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From: Allan Plucinik <>
Subject: Re: [RMagic] Another problem with the Narrative Report
Date: Sat, 08 Nov 2003 22:09:48 -0700
Are you aware that there is already a built-in fact type by the exact
same name -- Soc Sec No ? I suspect you unchecked the box for
narrative reports for the built-in fact type thinking you were
unchecking it for the user defined fact type. Somehow you are confusing
these two fact types with one another.
The built-in fact type is named "Soc Sec No". This is the name that
shows up in the list of fact types when you go to LISTS > FACT TYPE LIST.
I suspect your user-defined social security number fact type has a
different name and that you will find it somewhere in your list of fact
types. In other words, you are mistaking the built-in fact type for
your user-defined fact type.
B. Kelly-Bly wrote:
> I have a user defined fact type that I have called Soc Sec No. This is a
> fact that I use for research purposes and do not want it used in a website
> or narrative reports, so under Edit Fact Type I unchecked those boxes.
> I created a narrative report and in reviewing it have discovered that the
> fact appears in the narrative report.
> Am I doing something wrong?
> Thank you,
Allan L. Plucinik
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