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    February 11th, 2008

    ♫ Uh oh, uh oh, uh oh, uh oh …♫

    Words and music by: Anthony Anderson, Dane DeViller, Sean Hosein, Rosette Sharma, Steve Smith

    I was using GoogleDocs today and made a terrible discovery. I was using the automatic paragraph numbering in GoogleDocs and on the screen, the document looked just fine. I used the ‘print’ feature in GoogleDocs (rather than converting the document to Word) and found out that after the document printed, the paragraph numbering was scrambled…badly so.

    There was no indication that this would occur from looking at the screen.

    This is just a word of warning for those using GoogleDocs….all may not be as it seems when you print up something..and it isn’t a great feeling when you hand the document out only to find that it has errors..and all you can say is uh oh………

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