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Converting Word for Windows and Macintosh Style Formatting PSS ID Number: Q104935 Article last modified on 10-04-1993 PSS database name: APpsConV

6.00

MS-DOS

The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Word for MS-DOS, version 6.0

SUMMARY

This article describes the method Word for MS-DOS uses to convert styles and style formatting when you open a Word for Windows or Word for the Macintosh document in Word for MS-DOS.

MORE INFORMATION

When you convert a Word for Windows or Word for the Macintosh document, Word for MS-DOS prompts you to attach a style sheet. If you attach a Word for MS-DOS style sheet, Word adds the document styles to your style sheet. Word saves these additions to the style sheet without asking if you want to save them. Word names the additional styles using the first two letters of the style name in Word for Windows or Word for the Macintosh. Word does not add the style if the name is the same as an existing style in the style sheet.

If you do not attach a style sheet when you convert the Word for Windows or Word for the Macintosh document, Word converts all the style formatting to direct formatting.

REFERENCES

“Using Microsoft Word,” version 6.0, pages 655-659

Additional reference words: 6.00 stylesheet

Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1993.