Re: WORD bolding annoyance in my docs

Subject: Re: WORD bolding annoyance in my docs
From: Don Stovicek <drstove -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 1997 12:15:28 +0000

Microsoft has a Word 7 to 6 converter on its board. Go
http://www.microsoft.com and you should find it after a little bit of
looking. Try the support section. Apparently, you can bring Word 6 documents
into 7 with no problem. But you can't go the other way without the kind of
problems you mention.

You say it is annoying having to unBOLD things that you paste. Why not just
keep pasting away and then when you are finished go to EDIT, SELECT ALL, and
then unBOLD everything?

Don


McDonald, Nancy (The Registry) wrote:

> Hi, techwhirlers... I'm getting quite annoyed with my current task
> today, and wondering if anyone has had this experience and knows what
> might be causing/solving this problem:
>
> I'm editing a document, and have both old and new, separate versions
> appearing in Word97 on my screen, (I chose window/arrange all). I'm
> copying from the edited version and pasting into the older version by
> simply selecting w/ my mouse, ^C then ^V into my older version..
>
> Every time I paste in the edit, it becomes bold in the version to be
> edited. WHY????? I don't know. (he's on third.)
>
> I've checked both docs: no bold toolbar button visible. So then I have
> to put in ANOTHER stroke--to unbold... This is VERY annoying, and
> distracting to my editing. I'm wondering what might be causing this
> problem.
>
> Any clues?
>
> Nancy McDonald,
> tech writer
>
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