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Old 22nd November 2019, 02:53 AM   #1556
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Originally Posted by zooterkin View Post
I had a few of those in my time. Screenshots in Word documents, so you couldn’t easily resize them to read the tiny text. Data that was a simple text file on the original computer that was cut and pasted into a Word document in sections, losing formatting (tabs, spaces, new lines, etc.) which was important.
Screenshots with a san-serif font that made it impossible to differentiate between lower-case l (L) and upper case i etc where either were possible: eg error codes. Data pasted into excel and being mangled as a date format or scientific notation etc. Oh yes.
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