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Windows 7: Problem with Word on new computer

07 Oct 2018   #11
OriginalsbyTerr

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I did that and there is no information about years there.


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07 Oct 2018   #12
OriginalsbyTerr

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I did that and it says Word 2007 but it does not say anything about the 2003 word
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07 Oct 2018   #13
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi OriginalsbyTerr,

In Word 2007, one of the options of Save As [Save as type] is to save a document as a Word 97-2003 document, is that what you mean?

I hope this helps!
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07 Oct 2018   #14
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi OriginalsbyTerr,

Actually, here is a better link that might be of more use => How to find out what version of Word you have

I hope this helps!
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07 Oct 2018   #15
OriginalsbyTerr

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It says that it is 2007. I am really getting confused now
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07 Oct 2018   #16
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi OriginalsbyTerr,

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by OriginalsbyTerr View Post
I use the Word 3 style. It was set on my old computer. I also have to change the font, because when I change the style, my default font goes away. Is there any way that I can make Word 3 work every time I open a document.
When you say Word 3 style, do you mean a style [that you have customised] that is in the Home tab > Styles?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by OriginalsbyTerr View Post
The word 7 I have now is double spaced and I cannot use that to write. It also will not allow me to change the line spacing to single space.
Where are you getting the Word 7 from, please explain?

You can change the double-spacing by going to the Home tab > Paragraph > Spacing > Line spacing > change to Single.

I am not really following what you are talking about, sorry!

I hope this helps!
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07 Oct 2018   #17
OriginalsbyTerr

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The guy who changed my new computer said that he got it from my old computer
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07 Oct 2018   #18
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi OriginalsbyTerr,

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by OriginalsbyTerr View Post
The guy who changed my new computer said that he got it from my old computer
I would assume that when he did this then, he obviously didn't transfer all your settings etc, or they didn't get transferred correctly!

It is very difficult to try and envisage what he did do, and what he didn't do, in order to be able to help you!

As I personally don't use Word that often, perhaps another member maybe able to assist you!

I hope this helps!
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07 Oct 2018   #19
OriginalsbyTerr

Google Chrome Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Thanks very much. Could you maybe suggest to an appropriate person that he or she check out me post?
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07 Oct 2018   #20
Ranger4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1
 
 

Click on the Start Button & select Control Panel. When that opens select Programs & Features. Then scroll down to Microsoft Office & see if it is installed, if so it should show what year version it it is.

If not, scroll further down & see if Microsoft Word is listed & it should also show the year version. Word will not be shown if you have Office installed.

Once we get the version established we can help[ with setting the Normal Template for your documents.
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