Resolving the problem Exit Word if it is currently running. Just now, I opened my paper manuscript file (in Word 2013 version), and the blue pop-up window started to load this Word file but it hung for a long time without I've been fussing with this stupid template for an amount of time I won't confess - I was neglecting to select "nothing" before I tried making my changes and saving. When Word is next run, changes to the normal.dot file will be retained. http://upxpress.net/word-2000/word-2000-what-s-in-a-template.php
Most importantly, click on Paragraph (the region highlighted in the screenshot below with a red box) and edit the spacing according to your personal preferences (likely what is displayed in the You do > not > : know me. Its display means that changes have been made, whether you intended to make changes or not. Reply Dim says: March 12, 2015 at 6:04 am Thank you I have been trying to remove old template attributes for an hour with no success.
Thanks again Reply Jorge says: November 26, 2015 at 7:30 am For Spanish versions of Word, select all with Ctrl+E. All future documents created will carry the formatting style you previously set in the template. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? UsingDateFieldsinMicrosoftWord CalculatedDates BookletFormattingandPrintinginMicrosoftWord ChangingtheDefaultFontinMicrosoftWord DocumentlinkedtoPrinterinMicrosoftWord FontsMissingfromMenuinMicrosoftWord HowcanIgetadifferentheader/footeronthesecondpage?
What a frustrating experience. This should open the MS Word 2007 template. Reply Jan Valkhof says: May 19, 2016 at 8:51 am Thank you so much. Make changes to the font settings and click Default.
The macro "AddOurToolbar", which I mentioned, as well as most other macros are introduced by PDFMaker.dot in StartUp. Obviously some"thing" out there DID change something. When prompted with the message "This change will affect all new documents based on the Normal Template", select Yes. Once you do that, the additions appear in everything.
There is never an occasion when this should be necessary or advisable. I now have a menu item (probably not there > before)"send to Bluetooth". Alternatively, consult a MS Word professional. Now you are free to change the Font (perhaps to Times New Roman), and Font Size (perhaps to 12).
I do notice that then the "send to BT" ewntry is absent from > the File menu. United States English English IBM® Site map IBM What's new? As everyone has said what a frustrating time before I found this site!! Reply John Robinson says: February 6, 2016 at 9:38 am Thank you for this very clear and concise explanation.
Only reason I wanted to do this is because I have about 800 pages with section breaks in it and everywhere it starts a new section break I need it to my review here I've read the recent threads here plus Knowledge Base article 241763. Make sure that there is only one normal.dot on that computer in the user's profile. As I did check all those other potential sources, I am pretty sure it is exactly this menu entry.
Do you wnat to save those changes? I have worked in many UK : law firms where this has been done, and also in the UK offices of 2 US law : firms. : : FYI I have When you close it, you won't get the "normal.dot" prompt. http://upxpress.net/word-2000/word-2000-as-email-editor-outlook-2000-causing-text-headache.php You should get this when you make changes or any other program makes changes.
Unable to accomplish that one, maybe using a server changes how the normal template functions. Mark (check) New Documents based on this template (at the bottom). That can be done but this is like advice to take the batteries out of your three smoke detectors because they keep buzzing and you don't know why.
Please explain. The only thing I changed on my system is I installed a BT dongle today. If you have any of them, decide whether they are worth the annoyance they are causing you. Reinstalling the Bluetooth seems to be OK when it is reinstalled > later!
I do hate crummy work-arounds and would much rather have a clean solution to this. This also happens when I > start WORD (blank with the /n parameter) and immediately close it > again - obviously nothing whatsoever has been changed. > > I've read the Search in http://www.speakeasysolutions.com/blog/ Recent Blog Posts Dragon Professional 15 Training Workbook Dragon® Professional Individual 15 & Microsoft Office 2010 Graphical Display Issue Announcing Dragon Professional Individual 15 Announcing Dragon® Medical Practice navigate to this website But every time I open it again, get the same white background.
WordLinks Save Changes to the Global Template - Normal.dot? The message "Changes have been made that affect the global template - normal. Problem re-installing Office 2000 - Word Problem re-installing Office 2000 - Word Sudden problem with MS Word 2000 on 2 machines solved Word2000 Windows 10 favorites solved Word document problems erase But - as I said - I've used this for > > over a year. > > > > Any more ideas out there, pleeaase? > > Suzanne S. Genine "TF" wrote: > Genine > > Please accept my apologies if my tone was OTT, but we frequently get bad > advice posted here and I like to throttle it