When writing a document in SW...

James Shepard-Kegl, Esq. kegl at MAINE.RR.COM
Mon Aug 21 21:59:49 UTC 2006


I write SW left to right, which makes paragraphing easy (an extra space
between paragraphs.)  I also use a "snag it" program to transfer SW segments
into a Word document, a technique that allows for incorporation of
illustrations, as desired.

-- James

on 8/21/06 5:37 PM, Vanessa Hodge at vlhodge at gmail.com wrote:


I have a couple of questions for all of you who have written in SW.  I am a
college student and have written one of my papers in SW.  However, I am
struggling to figure out a way to show paragraphs beginning and ending.  I
am trying to write it vertically as I have some role shifting in the paper.
Also, what is the best way you have found to put a large quantity of SW into
a document form?  

Thank you!!  Vanessa Hodge

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