Hello. You provided a solution for another person with similar issues to mine: can't highlight text in Word 2007 (among other issues); when I close Word I get a message that says Word has stopped working and is shutting down. I use Office 2007 Professional.
You suggested renaming the normal.dot file and rebooting. My file is called normal.dotm. Is that the file you mean? What should I rename it? Will Word be looking for a file with the original name? Should I try re-installing the whole Office suite?
I'm not sure who provided your original solution, but I do know that if Word doesn't find normal.dot upon starting, it will recreate it. A lot of weird problems in Word are due to a corrupt normal.dot file. (It's called normal.dotm in 2007.)
Here is a Microsoft KB article regarding the global template in Word, with some troubleshooting hints. Please let me know how it goes!
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FOLLOW THIS STEPS
1.Go to http://docq.com/.
2.Upload your PDF.
3.Select the "Markup" tools on the left. This will display the available tools. The one that looks like a pen towards the bottom is the highlighter. Select it.
4.Choose the font size which you want to highlight in properties on right side of app. This provides a way for DocQ to create a highlight of the same text size.
5. Click and drag your mouse over the text you wish to highlight. It works like a physical highlighter, so you need to pick up and re-click on subsequent lines of text.
6.Align any of the highlights to better cover the text.
To highlight text permanently, similar to a highlighter on paper, use WordPad instead of Notepad. Find WordPad by searching on the Start menu or Windows 8 Start screen. In WordPad, first select the text you want to highlight, and then open the drop-down menu next to the highlighter icon, located near the font settings. Pick a color to highlight the text. After setting the color, merely click the highlighter icon to highlight selected text with the same color. Word 2007, 2010 and 2013 offer an identical feature, used in the same manner. Word also includes the option to click the highlighter icon first and then select text to highlight How Do Highlight Text in Notepad eHow
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That just means that you don't have a postscript enabled printer, or possibly you're using a black and white only printer. You might be able to print highlighted items normally on other printers, but will have to remove the highlighting to see the text on the one that you have. Alternatively, if removing the highlights isn't possible, you might try selecting all the text and then pasting that into a new document in a word processor or another similar program. If you do have a color printer, and need to print what you're seeing, you can arrange the document so that it is centered on your screen and then press: "Alt + Print Screen" at the same time. You can then open MS Paint or a similar photo editing program and paste ("Ctrl + V") the screen capture into the program.