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On 04/24/01 12:23, William Benzon said this-
>but this particular M$ easter egg is real. It worked on my machine--a G4
>mac running Office 2001. When you type the magic formula and hit return you
>wait a bit and then you see this:
I never did make the virus-prone leap to Office- I'm still using my quite
reliable Macintosh version of Word 5.1a on all my machines. And, well, in
Word 5.1a, typing that stuff don't do squat.
But, yes, that's an easter egg, alright.
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