I WANT TO SAVE MY AUTOCORRECT OF OFFICE 2003 AS A BACK UP.
I work from home. I want to save my autocorrect of office 2003 and install it in office 2000 (I have to downgrade my system because of my job requirement). How do I achieve it. I have very limited knowledge about macros. Is there a software which can be used to achieve this but I am not aware of it. Please help.
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Start by locating your Outlook.NK? file at work, and putting it on a jump drive. Usually it is located in a folder like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\USER\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
That file contains settings you can transfer from one version of Office Outlook to another one. Generally, going forward, not backwards, like you want to do. But it is worth a try. Just for safety sake, back up all files in the destination location first, in case it does not work right. If it fails, at least you can bring things back from the backup, and restore your original settings.
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I am not sure what has happened here. An .ACL file is a list of corrections used by the AutoCorrect feature in
Microsoft Office; used for automatically correcting grammar and
spelling mistakes. These AutoCorrect lists can be customised within Microsoft
Office programs and are not meant to be edited manually.
I can only suggest you search again for the file to see if another copy has the correct .doc or .docx extension.
MICROSOFT 2007 WORKS PEACEFULLY ON SERVICE PACK 2,THE ONLY THING IS YOU SHOULD VE ATLEAST 1 GB RAM TO ACCESS IT SMOOTHER AND JUST BEFORE YOU INSTALL M.S 2007,REMOVE THE OLDER VERSION(M.S 2003)FROM UR P.C AND THEN INSTALL IT.......USING M.S 2007 YOU CAN SAVE THE DOCUMENT IN M.S.2003 FORMAT ALSO,AND M.S 2007 HAS VARIOUS OPTIONS WHICH IS HELPFULL TO U THAN M.S 2003...
I would try a few things before reinstalling although reinstalling really is not such a difficult process. first try the detect and repair command or simply renaming the file as a RTF and seeing if you can close and reopen it under the rich text format. if so, then On the security tab, under "Group or user names", Administrators, SYSTEM and your Name (an administrator) are listed. The permissions for all of these names are; Full Control, Modify, Read &Execute, Read and Write
NOTE: QuickVerse Smart Tags will only work with Microsoft products that support the technology. (Your version of Microsoft Word must be 2002 or newer.)
during the installation of QuickVerse. However, if a Microsoft document was open during installation, you may have to walk through the following steps manually.
Phase 1 - Manually register the QV13SmartTags.dll file
You can open docx extension files only with MS Office 2007. If you wish to open it in earlier versions you have to save it again in compatible mode. Click on File (top left most corner with the logo), Save As, Word 97-2003 Document. Just using Save option will save your document as "docx" and not "doc" document.
When you install Microsoft Office, AutoCorrect is set by default to try to
match and correct a misspelled word with a word in the main dictionary that the
spelling checker uses. However, if you want to make sure this option is
Do this is Microsoft Word:
Click the Microsoft Office Button
Click AutoCorrect Options
On the AutoCorrect tab, select the Automatically use suggestions from the spelling checker check box.
Users of the Microsoft Office XP and 2003 programs Word, Excel, or PowerPoint—please install all High-Priority updates from Microsoft Updatebefore downloading the Compatibility Pack.
By installing the Compatibility Pack in addition to Microsoft Office2000, Office XP, or Office 2003, you will be able to open, edit, andsave files using the file formats new to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007.The Compatibility Pack can also be used in conjunction with theMicrosoft Office Word Viewer 2003, Excel Viewer 2003, and PowerPointViewer 2003 to view files saved in these new formats. For moreinformation about the Compatibility Pack, see Knowledge Base article 924074.
Note: If you use Microsoft Word 2000 or Microsoft Word 2002 to read or write documents containing complex scripts, please see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925451 for information to enable Word 2007 documents to be displayed correctly in your version of Word.
Ensure your system is up to date by installing all High-Priority/Required updates on Microsoft Update(required for Microsoft Office XP and 2003 users).
After installing all High-Priority/Required updates with Microsoft Update, download the Compatibility Pack by clicking the Download button above and saving the file to your hard disk.
Double-click the FileFormatConverters.exe program file on your hard disk to start the setup program.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
To remove this download:
On the Windows Start menu, click Control Panel.
Select Add/Remove Programs.
In the list of currently installed programs, select Compatibility Pack for the 2007 Office system and then click Remove or Add/Remove. If a dialog box appears, follow the instructions to remove the program.
Click Yes or OK to confirm that you want to remove the program.
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Your solution makes no sense. XP and 2000 are practically the same. The only reason Office 2007 doesn't work on XP is because someone at Microsoft has thought "If we place some code in Office 2007 to prevent it running in Windows 2000, maybe people will buy XP or Vista to use it. Then we can make more money!" That is the same with every Microsoft program that works on XP but not 2000. It is a marketing ploy. Someone help us find a way to get past this dirty profiteering trick.
No, 2007 stores files in a different format than 2003 by default, however there is an option to save the files in a 2003 compatible format, so it is a catch 22 here. However, 2007 will handle all former versions of office, but the opposite is not true unless you do the options I listed above.