Microsoft KB Archive/46911
Word 5.00: “Reference to Microsoft Word” Documentation Errors
PSS ID Number: Q46911 Article last modified on 11-02-1994
The following are known documentation errors in the Word version 5.00 “Reference to Microsoft Word” manual:
The second paragraph describing using CTRL+F4, the word “back” should be removed from “…the word is changed back to”Hello.""
Paragraph referring to “Left Indent:”, the last sentence, states that Word ignores negative numbers in the “left indent:” field, when actually it never allows you to input a negative value, the error “Not a valid number” is given.
Library Autosort’s explanation of “case:” set to Yes is incorrect. Word will sort placing “a” between “A” and “B”, it does not separate uppercase from lowercase.
Library Link Spreadsheet Command Fields “area:” (second paragraph), the size limit of a paragraph is 32K, not 30K, so the spreadsheet imported cannot be larger than 32K.
In the sentence describing manual alternatives, replace “F1” with the word “Correct”.
Add the following Message:
Document Disk Full or File is Read-Only
Word cannot write to the disk because the disk space is filled, the disk is write protected, or the disk has reached the limit of the number of files that can be stored on the disk.
Last question on this page; CTRL+TAB and CTRL+SHIFT+TAB do not jump between columns in Show Layout. CTRL+5+RIGHT ARROW and CTRL+5+LEFT ARROW are the correct key combination to move the cursor to the next column.
Conversion exceptions: WORD_DCA.DOC is located on the Utilities 3 Disk.
The error message “The input file is not a valid DCA/RTF File” should use DCA/RFT instead.
To setup network workstations; in Step #1, the example “e:setup user” should be “e:user.”
Section “How Word Handles Print Jobs” (last paragraph), in the sentence “…if a user chooses Print Merge and then Print Queue, …” the words “Print Merge” should be interchanged with “Print Queue”.
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