[access-uk] Re: Word 2007 query

Douglas,

Another way to change to Normal view in Word 2003 was to use the
shortcut Alt + Control + N; the same keystroke in Word 2007 puts the
document into Draft, which is how Word 2007 terms what in Word 2003 was
called Normal view. Does that do what you want?

Steve

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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Douglas Harrison
Sent: 27 September 2008 18:57
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Word 2007 query

Thanks, George.  At least I am not alone!  It would not be so bad if the
machine with Office 
2003 on it was networked to this one - but I actually have to transfer
the files using a memory 
stick!

What baffles me is that whatever you do to the 3 buttons in the View tab
of the ribbon nothing 
seems to change.  could be hal I suppose- I will try downloading a demo
of Window-eyes and 
see if I get on any better with it in that particular situation.

Of course, as you probably know, Microsoft left a lot of the old key
sequences in 2007 
despite the absence of menus.  For instance I always use alt F and A to
get the Save as 
dialogue.   I tried to see if alt, V and N would change to the normal
view, but no luck!

Douglas 
. 
  
On 27 Sep 2008 at 14:38, George Bell wrote:

> 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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