For those of you actually looking to explain this, the numbers aren't
important, just as long as the first is <=200 and the second is <=99. The
first controls the ammount of lines printed, the second controls the
ammount of times the sentence shows up per line with wrapping of
course. Does anyone know any other commands like this that work on
Word? I was playing around with different commands and nothing else thus
far has done anything.
On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Joe Dees wrote:
> Not even Bill Gates can explain this one!
> > Try this:
> > Open a Word document and type = rand (200,99)
> > P.S. Make sure there is a space between = and rand and a
> > space between rand and (200,99)
> > Press Enter and wait 3 seconds...
> > Microsoft will reward anyone who can explain it.
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