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Winword.exe ignores parameters AFTER one parameter with quotes

My problem from word command-line-arguments space problem seems to be a specific winword.exe problem. says: MyApp.exe 'alpha with spaces' 'beta with spaces' ==> MyApp.exe, alpha with spaces, beta with spaces

This is not true for winword.exe.

winword.exe /alpha:1 /beta:2 ==> OK
winword.exe '/alpha:1 space' '/beta:2' ==> beta is missing?!
winword.exe /alpha:'1 space' '/beta:2' ==> beta is missing?!

It's really odd ... I'm not able to pass more than one parameter that contains spaces.
any ideas?

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