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July 19, 2005


Caution: Work up longer responses as “word processing” documents
Dave

I just got a note from a colleague who wrote: “I wrote a message I really liked in reply to … but when I clicked on preview it disappeared . Should have put it in a separate word file?”

The short answer is, YES!

There are too many ways for blogs to defeat you, when trying to work through their input routines. If you are working up something more than a couple of paragraphs as a response, use a word processing document as a base. Cut and paste from there to avoid the heartache our colleague just experienced.

Posted by Dave on July 19, 2005 at 10:04 AM in Site-Keeping Posts | Permalink

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