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Re: The Missing Technical Link Re: Word 97 Pin-Ball Game (easter egg)
Subject:Re: The Missing Technical Link Re: Word 97 Pin-Ball Game (easter egg) From:Doug Nickerson <Doug_Nickerson -at- ONSETCOMP -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 18 Nov 1998 17:02:55 -0500
You know what I think the link is: It's if you fall for
this, you are finally 'certified.'
doug_nickerson -at- onsetcomp -dot- com
carson -at- INFORMIX -dot- COM,Internet writes:
>I'm racking my brains to find the link between this
>and technical writing. Could you give me a hint?
t 03:05 PM 11/18/98 -0800, Hills, Byron wrote:
>>For those of you that havn't seen this...
>>There is a pin-ball game built into MS Word97 (not sure if you need
>>To active the game:
>>1) Open a new blank document in Word 97.
>>2) Type the word "Blue" followed with a space.
>>3) Select the five characters and make them bold, and blue.
>>4) Put the cursor to the right of the space character.
>>5) Go into Help, About..
>>6) Ctrl-Alt-Click on the Word Logo.
>>7) Enjoy (the Z and M keys operate the 'paddles').