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I know that all kinds of documentation can be stored in CVS (text, html, MSWord.doc, ...). But what I'm wondering is if there is a particular type that seems to work better: -changes store neatly (are changes to binary files stored as cleanly as text? html?) -can merge changes -can do a diff and see readable results (html text changes are buired in formatting info) -supports formatted text (fonts, colors) -maybe: can use simple tables -maybe: supports simple diagrams (line drawings) At present I use plain text files where possible, and html files for documents requiring formatting. I find it difficult to review changes (diffs) to my html docs. Suggestions...? Paul --------------------------------- Post your free ad now! Yahoo! Canada Personals