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WD95: Explanation for Converting Redlining Incorrect in ORK

Article ID: 169865

Article Last Modified on 8/17/2005



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Word 95 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Word 95a



This article was previously published under Q169865

SUMMARY

The Microsoft Office for Windows 95 Resource Kit incorrectly states on page 674, that "WordPerfect redlining format becomes deletion revision marking in Word."

MORE INFORMATION

Redlining format from WordPerfect 6.x is actually converted into inserted text revision marking.

Redline is a font format that WordPerfect uses to designate text that has changed or that was inserted during the document review process. This format is typically only used for this purpose in WordPerfect, so the WordPerfect 6.x import converter changes it into the equivalent function in Word, which is inserted text revision marking.

For additional information, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

130199 WordPerfect 6.0 Import Converter Limitations for Word 6.x/7.0


REFERENCES

"Microsoft Office for Windows 95 Resource Kit," page 674.

"WordPerfect version 6.0 Windows Reference," page 94.

"User's Guide, Novell PerfectOffice for Windows, WordPerfect v6.1," page 75.


Additional query words: 7.0 character compare convert conversion file Office7 Office95 Word7 Word95

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