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From: "Ken Nelson" <>
Subject: Re: TMG-L: Lots of narrative text
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 15:07:35 -0500

Although I am not sure there will be agreement as to what the BEST method
for including narrative is, one method I have used is the anecdote tag. You
type your narrative into a memo. One of my frustrations with that way of
doing it however is that you lose all the formatting you would have in a
word processor, or at least you have to do it in harder ways. I wonder if
you could use a word file as an exhibit???

----- Original Message -----
From: Dean Wooldridge <>
> I want to add a substantial amount of narrative text
> such that it will be printed along with the other material generated by
> tags and the like<snip>
> And so, what's the best way to get this information in so that it is
> included in report generation (not just cited or referenced as being in
> another document or place).

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