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PECIFYING FILE COMPATIBILITY
As different versions of Word have been released over the years, there
are noticeable differences in the way text layout and formatting
appear. Sometimes it’s necessary to make changes to an existing
document so that it emulates the formatting of a previous version of
Word. Having this ability makes viewing these types of documents
easier. The changes you make aren’t permanent, so you can change things
back to the old display if you need to.1. Open the document.
2. Go to Tools | Options | Compatibility.
3. Click on the Font Substitution button to substitute non-supported
fonts with supported ones, and click OK.
4. Choose the version of Word you want to emulate from the Recommended
Options For drop-down list.
5. Enable the appropriate check boxes in the Options list to select any
additional desired display aspects.
6. Click OK.
Today we get to deal with compatibility problems between Office 2007and previous versions. Office 2007 is supposed to be able to openstandard 2003 and previous files, but you still have font problemsoccasionally. If you’re using an older version of Office, you candownload the Compatibility Pack which is supposed to make OpenXML documents work in Office 2003, but it’s kind of a hit and miss affair.
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Feb 27, 2015 | Computers & Internet
Losing work is great for terrible moods.
There is nothing like spending an hour hammering away at your keyboard making edits to an important document, only to find that you're unable to save it when you're done.
If you're experiencing this issue and Microsoft Word is throwing errors instead of saving your hard work, there is still hope for you.
There's a good chance the file you're working on is read-only.
Saving a new copy will often fix this issue.
If you can't do that, copying the body of a document to another application should do the trick.
Select the "File" tab on the Microsoft Word toolbar. Click "Save As."
Browse to the location you wish to store the file in. Select a format from the "Save as type" drop-down list.
Microsoft Word 2010 will default to the .docx format.
Use "Word 97-2003 Document" to save the file as a .doc file.
Type a name for the file and click "Save."
A new copy of the document will be saved to the location you specified.
Your edits will be included in this new document.
This procedure will get you around read-only permissions.
Use Another Program
Select your Microsoft Work window and press "Ctrl" and "A" simultaneously.
This will highlight the entire document.
Press "Ctrl" and "C" simultaneously to copy the whole document to the Windows clipboard.
Launch an alternate text-editing application.
WordPad and Notepad are included with Windows so they make a logical choice.
Applications like Microsoft Works Word Processor or AbiWord should work as well.
Press "Ctrl and "V" simultaneously to paste your document into the second application.
Click "File" and select "Save As." Select a location, a format and a name for the file and click "Save."
Hope this helps
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