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Rebuilding The Dream

Below is the first of the articles originally written and published in October 2003 in the original version of the vinceunlimited web site and represents opinions at the time, based on contemporaneous knowledge. They are reproduced below unedited, unless otherwise advised.

Author: Vince Poynter
Version m5.030 4 Dec 2017



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Word Minutes Template



Word Minutes Template

Take a minute to read this

Image of a Windows XP screen with multiple windows open
There must some minutes in here somewhere

The thing with big software applications is that they are so well developed that they are often hard to fault.

Thousands of pounds and man-hours go into producing a top class product worthy of the fortune you have to spend on it.

Or rather thousands of dollars, because let's face it. The yanks have got it all tied up.

So when I came across a need for an elementary layout in a powerful popular application I was surprised by its omission.

Microsoft Word '97 doesn't have a standard template for minutes.

How did this occur? Surely when they were beta testing the product they would have held meetings.

And minuted them.

Have I discovered a secret here? Do they use Lotus Ami-Pro in Seattle? We should be told.

By the way, I have created a template myself. If you need a copy, send me a request.

And if Bill Gates is reading this. Get in touch. You'll find my hourly rate very reasonable. Compared to yours.

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Author: Vince Poynter
Version m5.030 4 Dec 2017
First Published: Version 1.00 in Oct 2003 and reproduced here in full, unedited
The tags were added in Version m5.030 4 Dec 2017, along with the image which depicts a Windows XP desktop with multiple windows open