, did you try to perform a search or Super Search
on just the word editor
before you posted? I'll wager not, since when I did I got 50 root nodes
in the first search (74.63% of the DB). There have been polls, meditations, discussions, announcements, and many SoPW nodes on the subject already.
I'm glad that in the past you've learned from your mistakes and now understand what <CODE> tags are. Hopefully you'll now also learn about the marvels of searching the archives at the Monastery, as most questions you can think of to ask have already been answered. . .
- - arden.
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