Posted by: JayaPrakash Telangana | January 11, 2007

A Wonder with Microsoft WORD

This is something pretty cool …and unbelievable. .. At Microsoft the whole Team, including Bill Gates, couldn’t answer why this happened!

It was discovered by a Brazilian. Try it out yourself… Open a New Microsoft Word document and type the text between the quotes

” =rand (200,99) ”

And then press ENTER

then see the magic … … …


  1. bhale vundi.endukalaa jarugutumdoa?

  2. It’s a feature to generate some text very quickly. The first number (200, in the above case) is the number paragraphs we want. And, the second number is number of sentences per paragraph.

    I tried this long back when I quickly wanted some text into the Word document (to show formatting tips to some of my friends). I didn’t remember exactly how did I come to know. May be, via rand() function in Excel.

    You will find more if search Google with that function.

  3. =rand (200,99) …keep changing the numbers in the brackets and you can understand what it does.

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