Whole heartedly! Especially when it comes to renaming "things" within a program. KNOCK IT OFF MICROSOFT! I've been "dabbling" in "Access" fo years, the most difficult thing is trying to use it over different versions, when the same thing suddenly has a different name, it's like having to relearn the program each time. What is the point? Is it to confuse the users so much that they stop using it? Is Microsoft "trying" to lose customers, or make it so difficult that only a select few can use it, I guess if you WANT to go broke over a few years, that would be the way to do it. Make something so difficult that no one can learn it with out having a degree in a new language ever few years. Maybe it just stems from employee turnover, the one who wrote it last time has left because they can't remember his name (probably gone to Apple) and the new guy doesn't know the history, so he reinvents the same wheel with and gives it a different name. The new guy will be gone before the next incantation. Maybe microsoft has more shares in apple than they let on, and maybe they make more money from apple, so they want us all to move to apple?
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