[access-uk] Re: Word 2007 query

Hi Douglas,

I know it's no consolation, but you are not alone in taking
documents back to a 2003 system to edit - and that's with
20/20 vision, and 20 years or so of using various flavours
of Word.

I've not yet found a way to save documents in such a way
that when re-opened, they will appear as they were when
saved.  However, you should be able to change that via the
View ribbon, and if not, then you may have a local/Hal
problem.

George.

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[mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Douglas
Harrison
Sent: 27 September 2008 13:34
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Word 2007 query

I believe that there are some list members, other than
myself, who are now working with 
Word 2007, and perhaps someone may be able to throw some
light on the following.

For some reason Word 2007 is saving documents in the Print
layout rather than the Normal 
view. In the View tab of the ribbon it appears that Print
layout (the first option) is selected and 
nothing I can do will change this. It could be a bug in the
Microsoft code, but I doubt this.  
More likely the script which Hal 9.02 is using to handle the
ribbon is misbehaving.  I would be 
interested to know what happens with Jaws or Window-eyes.
trying to edit a complex document in the Print layout is
something of a nightmare!
At present I have, in desperation, to take the file to a
machine still running Word 2003, make 
the change in the View menu and save it again!

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.    .  


Douglas

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