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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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during the installation of QuickVerse. However, if a Microsoft document was open during installation, you may have to walk through the following steps manually.
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Do this is Microsoft Word:

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