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Subject: Re: [TMG] <FARIAL>
Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2006 12:08:40 EST


As Linda said, it almost always means that you are missing the Arial font.
However, it has been known to happen:
- if the sentence is in a memo, and
- if you are using sentence variables for a name, place, or date, and
- if the variable has conditional brackets.

If those 'ifs' apply to your example, try removing the <> from the place and
see if that fixes the problem.

Virginia Blakelock
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RLMcIlvain wrote:
> In a "Milt-Beg" tag, I have a sentence structure of
> [:CR:][PF] < began military service <[D]> <[L]>[M]
>
> It produces a sentence of "John began military service on Jan. 25, 1865
> <FARIAL> in Funk's Grove....."
>
> Does anyone have any idea where the <FARIAL> comes from?


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