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ahihihi...
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=rand(100,1000) type this on your ms office if you have then a magic will happen...

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ankush.mukherje
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where to post this?
I mean whether in ms-word or excel or where??

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Allyw
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Yes, where I have to post it? Now, I must to see this magic, because you intrigued me :D

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Yeah, where to post it? There's no magic, only errors! :D

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ahihihi...
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on the ms word... just type =rand(any #, any #) This is working, I have tried it

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anu07
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that is funny,something did happen,a lot of words appeared from nowhere...:?

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Sound interesting. But when I try to post it, Nothing happens? Is there anyone already try this? what happen?

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Nothing.. Damn it. I want to see magic!!!

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harinath_2007
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Its not any magic . Its just a pre-defined macro.

Read this

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog is a english sentence which contains all english alphabets.
Generally this sentence is used as testing in MS word.

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AliTheChamp
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Wow! It works)

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Tim Elsky
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lol it's not magic u can guess what it does from the command alone

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