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WD97: Explanation for Converting Redlining Incorrect in ORK

Article ID: 169866

Article Last Modified on 1/19/2007



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Word 97 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Office 97 Professional Edition
  • Microsoft Office 97 Standard Edition
  • MSPRESS Microsoft Office 97 Resource Kit



This article was previously published under Q169866

SUMMARY

The Microsoft Office 97 Resource Kit, incorrectly states on pages 596 and 599, that "redlining is converted to comments."

MORE INFORMATION

Redlining format from WordPerfect versions 5.x and 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. The converters that Microsoft Word uses to import WordPerfect 5.x and 6.x documents change any WordPerfect redline format to inserted text revision marking.

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

157085 WD97: Limitations of Converting WordPerfect 5.x Documents


REFERENCES

"Microsoft Office 97 Resource Kit," pages 596 and 599.

WordPerfect version 6.0 Windows Reference, page 94.

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


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