Microsoft KB Archive/172677
Article ID: 172677
Article Last Modified on 1/20/2007
- Microsoft Word 97 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q172677
In Microsoft Word 97, when you create an appeal brief using the Pleading wizard, the only option for Parties Involved is "Appellee vs. Appellant." Word 97 does not provide a way to automatically create a brief where the parties involved are listed in the reverse order ("Appellant vs. Appellee").
The option to select Parties Involved and set it to "Appellant vs. Appellee" is not available in the Pleading wizard that ships with Microsoft Word 97. It was added to the Pleading wizard that ships with Microsoft Word 97, Service Release 1.
To correct this problem, install Microsoft Word 97 for Windows, Service Release 1.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in Microsoft Word 97 for Windows. This problem was corrected in Microsoft Word 97 for Windows, Service Release 1.
The Pleading wizard that ships with Microsoft Word 97 for Windows, Service Release 1, now provides an option for Parties Involved. In addition, you can select either "Appellee vs. Appellant" or "Appellant vs. Appellee."
The updated wizard is included in Microsoft Word 97, Service Release 1 and Microsoft Office 97, Enterprise Edition. It is not included with the Microsoft Office 97 SR-1 Patch.
For information about obtaining only the updated wizards and templates, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
172492 WD97: Templates and Wizards Not in Version of SR-1 on the Web
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