WORDPERFECT DOCUMENT: I have been cutting and pasting paragraphs to create a new one but I noticed that in doing so, there are page numbers that are repeating. I also notice that when I use the scroll bar on the right hand side, under the current page number, there is a secondary page number as well. I believe this is what's causing the issue but I don't know how to get rid of it.
Click on view menu, then on header and footer. A toolbar will come over and try to look for a button "switch between header and footer" on the header and footer toolbar.
I hope the numbers disturbing you are down the means you switch to footer.
After switch to footer, the cursor will go down to those numbers disturbing you. You just delete them and everything will be perfect.
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Well, I don't know wordperfect very well, but if the document is going to be delivered in printed form, you could always just create a new, one-page document as your title page and print the two documents separately.
It may be a font issue... did you change the font of the typed-in text to a non-True Type face? For every typeface there are two fonts: a screen font to display on your monitor and a printer font for printing,
If somehow there is confusion or corruption in the Excel file contents about exactly which font is specified at a given point in the text box (e.g.if you type like I do with lots of backspaces, which are actually special codes that can cause such corruption), then the misfire between screen and print fonts can cause the text data to be corrupt. It seems to be an operating system issue (did you make a lot of changes to fonts on your system?) or something wrong with your personal installation of Office 2003 in any case, because Excel 2003 is a very stable release. To fix this I would try examining the Windows\Fonts folder using a third-party tool or comparing its contents to a known-good Windows installation (or simply copy and paste your typed paragraphs into Notepad and re-paste it into a new text box in a New Document (starting fresh with a new Excel worksheet could solve it all by itself).
Import Microsoft Office documents (Windows only)
You can insert the full contents of a Microsoft Word or Excel document in a new or existing web page. When you import a Word or Excel document, Dreamweaver receives the converted HTML and inserts it into your web page. The file’s size, after Dreamweaver receives the converted HTML, must be less than 300K.
Instead of importing the entire contents of a file, you can also paste portions of a Word document and preserve the formatting. Note: If you use Microsoft Office 97, you cannot import the contents of a Word or Excel document; you must insert a link to the document.
Open the web page into which you want to insert the Word or Excel document.
In Design view, do one of the following to select the file:
Drag the file from its current location to the page where you want the content to appear.
Select File > Import > Word Document or File > Import > Excel Document.
In the Insert Document dialog box, browse to the file you want to add, select any of the formatting options from the Formatting pop-up menu at the bottom of the dialog box, and then click Open.
Inserts unformatted text. If the original text is formatted, all formatting will be removed.
Text With Structure
Inserts text that retains structure, but does not retain basic formatting. For example, you can paste text and retain the structure of paragraphs, lists, and tables, without retaining bold, italics, and other formatting.
Text With Structure Plus Basic Formatting
Inserts both structured and simple HTML-formatted text (e.g., paragraphs and tables, as well as text formatted with the b, i, u, strong, em, hr, abbr, or acronym tag).
Text With Structure Plus Full Formatting
Inserts text that retains all structure, HTML formatting, and CSS styles.
Clean Up Word Paragraph Spacing
Eliminates extra space between paragraphs when you paste your text if you selected Text With Structure or Basic Formatting.
The contents of the Word or Excel document appear in your page.