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Formatting I am working in a document that looks fine on the screen, but when it's printed, some of the words overlap. There is nothing in the codes that I can see that would cause that. Help!

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Re: formatting

Try changing the paragraph justification--left instead of full--and see if that makes any difference.

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I am compiling a book in Family Tree maker 2009. When I export the book to a word document ready for printing we loose the format of the document. Do you know how I can export to word using word 2007? My...

not what you are doing, it is a Microsoft plot! once you get used to a format they shift the goalposts, introduce new bugs change the toolbar ribbon so you have to start from scratch all over again. Its called UPDATE

Pictures need formatting to anchor them to where you want them. Export of text is not always compatible to 2007 unless there is the option of RICH TEXT FORMAT . Have you tried cut and paste of the text and then add graphics after so you can format themk and have the text flow around them.

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Word 2007 XML Error

After long hours searching solutions for this, i have finely got back my work and just in time for submission.well my problem occur when using Word 2007 so this is what i have done. :

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3. The result then will give you the ability to download varius file format. click the .doc file and it will download the file.
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Since it sounds like you have the ruler, just not the marks on it, it appears that you are using either print, normal, or web layout view - right? While this seems relatively simplistic, let's try to see what a couple basic things do.
1. Open several different documents and make sure this is happening throughout all of them, so we will know if it is a global problem, or document-specific.
2. Try switching views between print, normal, and web layout to see if they all have the same issue.
3. With your document open, go to View on the menu and clear the check beside Ruler. Then close and reopen a document and put the check back.
4. Check your Options (under Tools) and make sure you don't see anything there that looks off.
5. Make sure you can see the "white space" between pages.
6. If you aren't using / seeing the Vertical ruler, try to see if turning it on makes any difference. Go to Tools > Options and select Vertical Ruler (print view only).
Comment: I would work in Print View if possible for now, to get this resolved.
Question: Does any of this possibly relate to such things as tables, headers/footers, or other "out of the ordinary" circumstances? By "out of the ordinary", I mean to refer to saving files in other formats, converting from other formats, or using such things as columns, charts, graphics, formulas, or tables. Or are we basically just talking about a "plain-vanilla" document - type a straight letter, for example, just wanting the basic functions which include tabs, margins, indentation, and the like?

Finally, one last question - have there been any recent changes on the PC (maybe even apparently unrelated to Word/Office), such as added/removed programs, use of add-ins such as Adobe pdf convertors, etc., which could impact common or shared files or drivers? Has SP3 been installed for Office 2003, and has there been any change in print drivers? Was the file created in Word 2003 or some prior version? (Yes, I realize that's more than one last question, but these all could be possibilities.)

Why do you think there may be a registry problem?

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You can also click on the office button, then word options at the bottom. Next you would click on save and change the save as file format to Word 97-2003 and it would automatically save it in this format.

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