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Re: Newbie question

From: Javier Fernández <faramir.cl_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2011 04:52:13 -0400

El 06-07-2011 14:19, Bob Archer escribió:
> You can do it. But, if this is the only reason you are using tsvn you might consider using a word macro that saves the doc under a new version for you.
> http://www.gmayor.com/save_numbered_versions.htm

  I'm starting to think you are right, and using tsvn might be an
overkill... Thanks for the link, maybe I should take another look at
LibreOffice versioning feature, I didn't understand it first time I read
about it.

  Best Regards

P.S: I guess word macross won't work at LibreOffice, but "save as" is
not a problem.


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