How to create big documents real fast.

I don’t know where I found this tip, but today one of my guys was troubleshooting a printing issue and needed to create a 30 page document easily.  He did this with a simple copy and past of a one line and quickly had the document.  Later he was telling me about it and I recalled this cool “Easter Egg” in Word that has been there for some time.  Basically if you type in “=rand(99,9)” into word (without the quotes) it will generate about 11 pages of text.  Do this a few times and you have one heck of a big document that you can use to test your printer out.

Why can I remember tidbits like this when I can’t remember to pickup Milk on the way home for my wife?  Anyway – hope this helps someone out there.

3 thoughts on “How to create big documents real fast.

  1. Strange though how it uses "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog". If it were to use "river" instead of "dog" I think you get every letter in the english language. I think this version is missing "v", then again, with river, I think you’re missing a "d".. <sigh>

    I’m going to bed.

  2. "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" is famous for having all the letters of the alphabet, I think you OVERlooked the V 🙂

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