On Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 2:03 PM, Combs, Richard
<richard.combs at polycom.com> wrote:
> I'm certain that's not the case. I suspect Peter is correct -- someone
> got clever, figured out how to enter a pilcrow in a dialog box (hex
> code), and adopted this as a naming convention.

Peter's test to determine this revealed it to be a naming convention.

> It actually is a pretty clever way to distinguish char formats used only
> in autonumbers (if that's how it's being used) and not intended to be
> applied manually by writers.

It's a shame the person taking over isn't as clever...

> I assume these tags sort
> to the bottom of the list (if not, then it's not so clever), so they're
> out of the way of someone using the mouse.

They do.

Thanks again to everyone for their attention to this query...

Milan Davidovic

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