Because That Would Make Too Much Sense | GenomeWeb

Microsoft Word and other word processing programs have been around for quite some time now — enough that most researchers are fairly familiar with it — and so DrugMonkey wonders why manuscript submission policies still say that figures must be submitted in a separate document from the text. "Even with the considerable limitations of Microsoft Word and my own skills with it, I've been able to insert figures more or less where I want them in my grant applications for years.

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