What is rand command in MS word

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    What is rand command in Ms Word
    If we give the foolowing command
    =rand(200,99)
    Then we get a document of some where around 435 pages.
     
    Guest, Jun 18, 2005
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    =Rand command in Ms Word

    Dear all,

    I have done a test & results as following

    If we take,
    =rand (A, B), for A we can use integers between 1-100 & for B we can use integers between 1-200.


    Note
    • if we use 100 for A then for B we can use up to 198 Integer
    • If we use 200 for B then for A we can use up to 99 Integer
    Thank you & regards
    Sameera
     
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