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    Max number of nested IF Functions Allowed?

    Hello
    Can anybody tell me that maximum number of levels that Word 2000 allows for nested If Functions?
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    Re: Max number of nested IF Functions Allowed?

    MSKB <A target="_blank" HREF=http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q211/4/89.asp>Article Q211489</A> lists Word 2000's operating parameters.
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    A Keeper!

    That one is definitely a keeper.
    Thanks!

    (btw, it's 20)

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    Re: Max number of nested IF Functions Allowed?

    Great Article! However, what is a "cascading style sheet"? Apparently you can only have 11 cascading style sheets linked together. I work with styles and templates all the time and am concerned I'm missing something!

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    Re: Max number of nested IF Functions Allowed?

    CSS had to do with Web page creation.

    You can find some information at <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/>http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/</A>

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    Re: Max number of nested IF Functions Allowed?

    <img src=/S/thumbup.gif border=0 alt=thumbup width=15 height=15> Bingo. As defined in MS's Help key:
    <hr>cascading style sheets

    Part of a Web page or a separate page that defines styles which control the way a Web page or a part of a Web page appears in a Web browser. Microsoft Word stores cascading style sheets at the top of each Web page; this method is commonly called embedded style sheets.<hr>
    I know very little about CSS or using Word for Webpage creation, other than our Webmaster at work says "don't."
    Karen

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