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[ale] Non-Microsoft Document formats
- Subject: [ale] Non-Microsoft Document formats
- From: esoteric at 3times25.net (Geoffrey)
- Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 14:13:31 -0500
Probably a stupid question, but are you turning in a paper copy, or
electronic? Obviously, doesn't matter what file format it is if you're
turning in only a paper copy.
Michael Golden wrote:
> I am about to turn in an assignment to one of my teachers in plain text
> formatting. I think she might want it however in a format that it is
> double-spaced, etc. If this is the case and for future reference if that
> is a requirement, I was wondering what suggestions people have on
> non-microsoft formats I could use and still maintain this type of
> control over formatting and allow them to read the documents. I would
> prefer not to support Microsoft standards but I can't go around causing
> problems for my teachers either. Any ideas?
Until later: Geoffrey esoteric at 3times25.net
I didn't have to buy my radio from a specific company to listen
to FM, why doesn't that apply to the Internet (anymore...)?
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