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A component of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word is perhaps the most popular word processing program on the planet.
Many businesses have existing paper stationery that they'd like to have available directly in a word processor. Unfortunately converting's not easy.
Converting ".tif" format documents to editable Word ".doc" files requires Optical Character Recognition - OCR - services or software.
It's not uncommon to want to take a PDF file and convert it to a more easily editable format like Word. Problem is, PDF wasn't mean to do that.
By default Word and other documents are displayed within IE rather than in an instance of the application. It's an easy setting to change, once found.
Printing the document path in a Word document is simple. In fact, you can insert a lot more information than just the path.
In order to open these attachments, you need to have an application installed on your computer that understands those types of files.
It is actually very possible to overline characters in Microsoft Word.
OpenOffice is a free software suite to rival Microsoft Office. Exchanging documents between the two is not only possible, but quite easy.
Microsoft Word tries to be helpful and format items based on what it thinks you're doing. That's handy, if it's what you want. If not, it's annoying.
Combining documents with the Copy/Paste commands is as simple as copying the text from each document and combining them into one master document.
".docx" is the new extension used by Microsoft Word 2007. There are a couple of approaches if you're exchanging documents with users of older versions.
Microsoft Word keeps AutoText entries in a fairly easy to find template.
It's sometimes hard to tell why Word thinks a document has changed even though you haven't done anything. We'll provide a few clues.
To me, the problem sounds like Fast Save, a feature of the program that you're using to edit the file; it's a feature that is easily turned off.
Pasting web page content into Word certainly isn't guaranteed to maintain the same formatting, but adding underlines to everything is probably a bug.
Editing a Word document creates temporary files. Depending on your settings and the location of your original document, those temporary files can become visible.
A picture copied into Word won't print if hidden code from the web page is not copied correctly into Word. There is an easier way to print the information.
Microsoft Office programs menus are completely customizable. I'm not exactly sure what happened to you, but it should be something you can fix.