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I have 2 problems with Word.
1st Autotext is not saving the added phrases after you restart the computers. This is on multiple iMacs running OS 9.2.2.
2nd in the same lab.
When printing from Word the print is shifted to the top. I have changed & saved the settings in page setup from US Letter to US Letter Small & back. This will sometimes work around the problem. I also get some blank pages from different machines. Also this is happening to 2 printers, 1 LW 8500 & 1 HP 4100.

I have tried a lot but am missing something.

Any help will be appreciated.
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