[Answer] When information contained in a bulky document is downgraded what markings must be changed?

Answer: The markings on the cover title and/or first pages
When information contained in a bulky document is downgraded what markings must be changed?

1. A violation of criterion 1. c and that’s because none of the information is verified. Many critical statements are made upon his style and how it changed so this needs sourcing which should come from esteemed critics. LuciferMorgan 08:57 23 August 2007 (UTC) Please complete your first sentence “…that’s because none of the information .”

Biographical information though is a must for a biography article even if its on a sports personality. LordHarris 14:21 16 July 2007 (UTC) Done that and I’ve fixed some links to move them from disambigs to the intended article.

I disagree strongly. This article contains information about Office 2007 quite a lot I must say. So not mentioning this seems to me to hide information which I find odd. Again if there is information about Office 2007 in the article there is no reason not to include that. You prefer a …

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