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nlpaces
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saving multiple versions of a document

Post by nlpaces » 2007-08-08 13:34:52

MS Word offers a routine for saving multiple versions of the same document via "snapshots". Does NWP offer anything similar?

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Re: saving multiple versions of a document

Post by Hamid » 2007-08-09 10:04:56

nlpaces wrote:Does NWP offer anything similar?
You can use Kino's 'SaveWithDateTime' macro:
http://www2.odn.ne.jp/alt-quinon/files/NWPro/file/
If you use the macro often, you can assign a keyboard shortcut to it.

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Post by TommyW » 2007-08-09 13:23:07

Oh how absolutely mega...


Thanks for pointing it out and thanks to the creator too. I've never looked at a macro before but it was clear enough and I could alter the formatting easily to match what I usually do.

That's great.

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Post by Candace » 2007-12-30 18:42:45

Is there a simple way for a non-technically proficient person to make this macro her own?

And while we're at it, how can I structure my replies in these forums so I can see the message to which I am replying?

Thanks. Candace[/quote]

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Post by shades » 2007-12-31 06:37:42

And while we're at it, how can I structure my replies in these forums so I can see the message to which I am replying?

Thanks. Candace
Howdy, Candace. If you look at the upper right corner of the message that you want to reply to there is a "Quote" button. Click it, and then you can add your reply. It will show the original message in a quote box when completed.
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Post by Candace » 2007-12-31 09:25:33

shades wrote:
And while we're at it, how can I structure my replies in these forums so I can see the message to which I am replying?

Thanks. Candace
Howdy, Candace. If you look at the upper right corner of the message that you want to reply to there is a "Quote" button. Click it, and then you can add your reply. It will show the original message in a quote box when completed.
Got it! Thanks, Rich. Candace

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Post by dshan » 2008-01-05 23:09:31

Candace wrote:Is there a simple way for a non-technically proficient person to make this macro her own?
See this post in the NWP macros forum.

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Post by Candace » 2008-01-06 16:15:58

dshan wrote:
Candace wrote:Is there a simple way for a non-technically proficient person to make this macro her own?
See this post in the NWP macros forum.
Thank you very much. C

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