BEFORE you send an email, please read the 7 paragraphs below.
Then address your e-mail to:
wpguru (at) wptoolbox (.) com
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22, 2012 - Address is subject to change.]
- (1) The email address above is for correspondence
- my macros (not someone else's macros), or
- information posted on this website, or
- your suggestions for
WordPerfect macros or tips that might be useful to other users.
email does not fit into one of these 3 categories I am very unlikely to
respond to it.
(2) This website is not
a WordPerfect "Help Desk"
nor is it affliated with Corel, Inc. Its purpose is to
offer you some free
tools and tips for WordPerfect. It is a voluntary
donation supported site and all donations,
regardless of their size, are greatly appreciated.
(3) This entire site is searchable from a search field you will see
at the top of the major pages (Home, Tips, Library, etc.).
You can also use Google's advanced search
to search just this site: Enter your search terms in Google and then
follow the items with site:wptoolbox.com. Please don't contact me simply
to ask my help in finding something on this site. Yes,
there's a lot here...but your persistence should pay dividends in time
and effort saved in the future.
(4) If you
have a problem with WordPerfect, or need help with its
features or functions, or need help with your own macros,
read the Help Tips
page for suggestions and links to internet resource
sites such as WordPerfect
Universe, which is a non-Corel site that is free to
join. WordPerfect Universe also has
a Macros &
Merges Forum where you can get help with your own macros
and merges. Also see Corel's OfficeCommunity.com.
The author is retired and does not hire out for custom work or personal
(5) Problem reports:
If you are having a problem with one of my macros, please help me by
"walking through" the problem with enough detail so that I can
replicate your steps. Be sure to include the specific version (or
"build") of WordPerfect you are using (the four-part decimal number as
shown under Help, About WordPerfect).
(6) Attachments: Do not
send attachments (documents, pictures, macros, etc.) without asking me first. If you do, the e-mail message is automatically deleted on my end without
ever being opened. (So if you don't get a response from me, you now
suggestions, ideas, or macro code:
you send me a suggestion or idea for a macro, please be aware that I
cannot pay for suggestions or ideas, and in any case, ideas are not
'copyrightable' so I may (or may not) use them in any manner
whatsoever. I will give you credit (your name only; no other
identifying information) unless you ask me not to do so, but that's
you send me a code snippet or functioning macro that you did not
create, be sure to let me know where you got it; otherwise, it will be
discarded. To use it, I will need the author's permission.
"Once a Marine,
always a Marine."
The USMC / Combat Helicopter
Association's site is at www.popasmoke.com.
Some of my own
photos of Operation ShuFly,
the first major deployment of Marines into South Vietnam in April 1962,
are posted on that site (see here
and other pages).
Several of them
were included in a centerfold
article in the April 2002 issue of Leatherneck Magazine.
"Those who cannot
remember the past are condemned to repeat it." George
Santayana - U.S. philosopher, poet (1863–1952)
"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men
stand ready to do violence on their behalf." ... "The quickest way of
ending a war is to lose it." George
Orwell - English essayist, novelist, satirist and author of
"1984" (1903 - 1950)
"War is an ugly
thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of
moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is
much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to
fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is
a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and
kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." John
Stuart Mill - English economist & philosopher (1806
- 1873). Lest you think this quotation reflects a
conservative or "right-wing" position, Mr. Mill was an ackknowledged
liberal (in the classical sense).