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On 23 Apr 2001, at 13:26, Tess Benoit wrote:
> I thought this was kewl I figured out part of it but not all of it
> 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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