Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
The two of you may be running different versions of Microsoft Word,
with you having created some documents in a "newer" version than she is using.
The solution: open each document, and click "File" and then "Save As".
Under the "file name" input-area, there is a "save as type" pull-down.
Choose "rich text format". Save the file.
The "RTF" ("rich text format") was designed to be _highly_ portable,
without losing the text-formatting that you have done,
and she should have no problems with reading RTF files into Word.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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