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Old 08-21-2008, 01:28 PM   #71
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Those are not the same statements to me, but I'll allow the lady the last word!
How are "won't accept" and "won't use" different, and how does one or the other suggest that I would open a non-open document?

(Clue: they're not different in any practical sense and it doesn't.)

   
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Old 08-21-2008, 04:38 PM   #72
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How are "won't accept" and "won't use" different, and how does one or the other suggest that I would open a non-open document?

(Clue: they're not different in any practical sense and it doesn't.)
Of course, if you opened a non-open document, it would no longer be non-open.

   
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