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Microsoft Word 2007 and Nested Lists

Today I decided to write a document for a customer about some work I have done for them.

I thought it would be a good idea to use Microsoft Word on the system I'm using for the development. It is from Office 2007.

Not too surprised that things look all different since I used MS-Access for a while now and it has this same new "weird" look.

What I ran into, however, is a wall when it came to creating styles with nested lists. You know, a usual document with points:


And I could create lists, but not nested lists. In other ...

ComboBox bug

I created a form in MS-Access and noticed, after a little while, that a ComboBox would not render properly.

The problem is pretty simple, I marked the combo box as having a Normal Back Style. When I first open the window or when I click in that ComboBox, it works and renders the specified Back Color. That's great, but that's not exactly the solution, is it?

The box has a Fore Color of Black (that's the color of the text). That Fore Color is used because the background is expected to be either gray or green. Either way, black shows pretty well.

FTP not working?!

Well... I knew that a firewall could generate a few problems, but this one, I did not expect!

I just could not FTP anything from my FedoraCore box. I checked the source system firewall, tweaked all sorts of options in the vsftpd.conf file to no aval.

The error I was getting was this:

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