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Solved: Headers (et al) in Word 2007

Q: Solved: Headers (et al) in Word 2007

I planned to seek help from TSG about finding an easier way of getting into headers in the MSWord 2007. Word had changed rather drastically from the previous version and I found the new version unnecessarily complicated when it came to dealing with headers.

But before posting, I decided to look at the situation very carefully once more so I could describe the issue accurately. Lo, and behold, I discovered the existence of something called the "Quick Access Toolbar." Now maybe you knew all about that, if so, this post is not for you.

Right-click on an empty place on the top menu bar to the right of the menu items (Home, Insert, Page Layout, etc). When you do that, you will see a menu window appear that provides these options: "Customize Quick Access Toolbar," "Show Quick Access Toolbar Above (or below) the Ribbon," and "Minimize the Ribbon" (The Ribbon being the entire collection of menu icons and subdivisions).

In the Customization Window that appears, you can select items from the extensive list of items in the left column and move them to the "to be included" (my term) column on the right by means of a directional arrow betweem the columns in the middle. You can also remove things you don't want by selecting them in the right column and using the directional arrow between the columns to move them back into the "items from which to select" column on the left.

Note that you can change the order of how the short-cut icons will appear by using the up and down arrows to the right of the column on the right (which you might also call the "active" list).

I find that I can now go quickly to functions I use regularly without having to "jump through so many hoops" so to speak.

I hope this helps other users of MS Word 2007.

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Suddenly, Word 2007 does not display the header and the footer of any document. I can see in print preview!

Any idea how to solve this issue?



A:Solved: Word 2007 Doe not Display Headers/Footers

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How do you insert different headers inside a document?

A:MS Word 2007 Different Headers

Same as you did in earlier versions.
Get in the edit header/footer mode and there you will see the different options.

You are going to need to have the files broke up into the different sections that you need if you are going for more that the "Different first page"

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How do I merge 2 Word docs into one that have different headers and footers without changing them? I am not experienced in Macros, so would prefer a way to do it without getting into that. I am using Windows Office 2007 Professional.

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I have created three small Word documents. I created the three documents seperately because I couldn't figure out a way to use the headers in the manner I hoped. Basically, I have a Reference Guide, Appendix A and Appendix B. I would like to have one document with those three headers as applicable. Is this posisble?

Thank you in advance for any replies.

A:Solved: MS Word - Multiple Headers?

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An odd request perhaps but I have a document with a header set but I have one page where I don't want the header to show (and no its not the first page as I know I can surpress that one), is that possible to do in a quick and easy way ?


A:Solved: Word - Headers & Footers

One way would be to start a new section with the page (Insert -- Break). But what should happen after the page? (is it the last one? )

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I have a short document (14 pages) written in Word 2000. Starting about the middle of the document, and only for a couple of pages before it reverts back to normal, the header somehow goes from being 1/2-inch high to something like 5 inches high. This of course means the first line of text is in the middle of the page.

If I select the offending header and try to adjust its margin with the vertical ruler, the change won't stick - when I release the mouse button the header immediately reverts to its large size.

What would cause this? And how can I fix it??

A:Solved: Headers in Word 2000

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I use Word 2002 and need a document with a header on page one, but not on page 2. As advised I use View>Header and Footer>, and then click Layout on the toolbar. As instructed I click Different first page. I've made a template with this header but documents created with this template still have the header on the second page.
I've also tried recreating the document template from scratch and replacing the original, but the same problem reappears.
I attached a zipped copy of this template.
I would warmly appreciate any suggestions.


A:Solved: Discontinue headers in Word

You may be neglecting one extra step. If you choose to have a different header on the first page only, you will need to set up the first page and then the other pages. You may need to go to page two, select Header and Footer and blank out the information for the remaining pages to create a blank header. Then your check in "Different First Page" will use the page one data on the first page only.

There's a good (but old) tutorial here.

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In with with headers in MS Word,

How do you set them up so that the first page of the document does not show the header information, (i.e such as a term paper's cover sheet) but the remaining pages show the header?


A:Solved: Surpressing Headers in Word 2003?

Take a look in the Word 2003 Help files under "Insert headers and footers" It has a section with instructions on creating a different first page header or footer.

If your document is divided into sections, click in a section or select multiple sections you want to change. Click anywhere if your document is not divided into sections.

On the View menu, click Header and Footer.

On the Header and Footer toolbar, click Page Setup .

Click the Layout tab.

Select the Different first page check box, and then click OK.

If necessary, click Show Previous or Show Next on the Header and Footer toolbar to move into the First Page Header area or First Page Footer area.

Create the header or footer for the first page of the document or section.
If you don't want a header or footer on the first page, leave the header and footer areas blank.

To move to the header or footer for the rest of the document or section, click Show Next on the Header and Footer toolbar. Then create the header or footer you want.
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At work, when we send out proposal documents (Word 2002 Office XP) we send them out in two different ways- as paper printouts and as pdfs. My boss is very particular about the company branding so when we send out paper versions they must be printed on letter-headed paper. When we send out pdfs we set up headers and footers that look like the letter-headed paper. Unfortunately this means that whenever we create a proposal we end up editing two documents, one with headers and footers, one without. This is time consuming and has led to differences between the versions in the past.

- Ideally, we would just edit the version with the header and footer, and then be able to hide them when printing onto paper- I can't find a button in Word to do this!
- I've tried to persuade the boss to just print the pdfs onto normal paper for the paper versions, bur apparently this isn't good enough
- I've tried inserting an image of the letter-headed paper as a watermark (which could easily be removed for printing to paper) but even I can see the result isn't good enough quality- it also isn't very flexible.

Has anyone got any bright ideas that could help? I've read on these forums about Master Documents but I don't really understand what they are- could they be the answer?

Thanks for your help

A:Solved: Hiding Word Headers for Printing

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I have had trouble formatting Word 2003 documents so that the header is suppressed on the first page but the footer prints. It is probably some little thing that I am missing. I am a dyed-in-the-wool WordPerfect fan and use Word only as a last resort, so am not familiar with some of the fine points of the latter. To briefly summarize: I have gone to the View / Headers and Footers menu and entered the desired text for the header and the footer. Then I have gone to the Page Layout button and run into trouble there. If I click on First Page different, I suppress printing of both the header and the footer. I have tried choosing "From this point forward" and then entering header text on the second page rather than the first, but either both header and footer are blank on the first page, or if I unclick the box for First Page Different, then the header displays as well as the footer. I will appreciate any help.

A:Solved: Formatting Headers/Footers in Word 2003

Sounds like what you need is a section break. At the end of the first page, insert a section break - make sure you make it a page section break. This will allow you to have different headers for each section. On page 2 (which is now the first page of section 2), enter your header. On the header and footer toolbar, there is a "link to previous" button. It's selected by default, so you'll have to unselect it. The header might have automatically been put onto the first page; if so, go to page one and delete the header. As long as the "link to previous" button is not enabled, this should delete the header on only the first page, leaving you with the footer on all pages. Let us know if you need clarification on any of the steps since you're not used to using Word. Good luck!

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Well i did a big report on my computer with Word Perfect i couldnt print it so i took to school on my flash drive. IN my first class i edited it on Word 2007 and in the class i could print it they had Word 2003 and i couldnt open my file and now i cant even open it in word perfect. I doubt i can use the laptops for a while anyway i can open this on wordperfect

A:Solved: Word Perfect- Word 2003 - word 2007

If you saved the file in the "new" Word 2007 format (with a file extension of .docx) then you will be unable to open it in the other applications.

For Word 2003 you can install a converter, but I know of no XLM converter for WordPerfect.

When using Word 2007 you need to "save as" Word 97-2003 format to retain backwards compatibility.

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I am writing a paper which requires headers. The first two pages are fine however once I hit page three or more the header margin goes half way down the page. I don't see a way to have variable header spacing for different pages so I have no idea why this is happening or how to correct it?

A:Inconsistant Headers - 2007

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As above.

Is there a software upgrade i need to do.

I have the password. comes up with...

"Word experienced an error while trying to open this file"

Thanks in advance


A:Solved: Can't open password protected Word 2007 document in Word 2003

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I have installed MS Office Home and Student 2007 on my Dell Inspiron 1720 running Vista Home Premium. Previously I used MS Works that came pre-installed any e-mail with a Word attachment just opened when I clicked it.
Now when I get e-mails with any Word attachments I am unable to open the attachments without first saving them to the desk top, then opening Word 2007, then opening the document from the Word 2007 menu.
Similarly with all my old documents I have to go through the same long winded procedure to open them
Is there a simple way to cure this??. I'm not a tech whizz but if the cure is simple I can give it a go

A:Solved: Word 2007 does not open earlier Word Docs

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I need to find out if there is a way to copy all the macros I wrote and use in Word 2002 to Word 2007. I have both versions installed at the moment.

Also, is there a way to transfer settings such as all my auto correct, etc (although this is less important)


A:Solved: How can I copy macros from Word 2002 to Word 2007?

Open the document(s) in question and press ALT + F11 to bring up your Visual Basic editor. On the left hand side of the VB editor is your project explorer window. In the project explorer window you will see a folder called "Modules" that you can open to show all the modules attached to the document. These modules is where you VBA code is stored. You can right click each module and selection the option to export to the location of your choice. Once exported you can copy or save them to another machine and then re-import them by openining the VB editor on the other compuer and choosing FILE >> IMPORT.


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I'm working with a lengthy Word document and have struck a problem that I can't seem to fix. It is necessary that the header be (1) same font as body text, (2) aligned at upper right, and follow the format: author/title/page number.

Everything works fine until the page number reaches 100, then the first digit piles up on the / and I can't find a way to move the number over a space.

I hope somebody out there has dealt successfully with this problem and can help me out!

A:Word headers

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Can anyone advise how to exit having typed in the header text. In previous versions of Word Perfect, a screen top box had an exit tab. In the currect case, accessing the header is ok but after the entry is finished, there does not seem to be any way to return to the normal page. Clicking on the "Insert header/footer" doesn't work as the entry won't resopond

A:Word Perfect 12-Headers

Bill T. said:

Can anyone advise how to exit having typed in the header text. In previous versions of Word Perfect, a screen top box had an exit tab. In the current case, accessing the header is ok but after the entry is finished, there does not seem to be any way to return to the normal page. Clicking on the "Insert header/footer" doesn't work as the entry won't respondClick to expand...


How are you getting out of the program? (exiting the screen.) This is what I found from Word Perfect 12's Help Menu:

In working with Headers or Footers note that they do not display in Draft Mode. The document must be open in Page or Two Page View.

To View a header or footer: Click view and than click one of the following: (Uncheck Draft Mode if checked)


-Two Page

To Switch the document view, click View and than either page or two page.

To Edit the text in a header or footer: (Must not be in draft mode)

Click Insert/Header and Footer

Enable one of the following options:

Header A
Header B
Footer A
Footer B

Click Edit

Make any changes to the text

Click File, Close

If the document is displayed in Page View or Two Pages View you can also edit the header or footer by clicking anywhere inside the header or footer.

To Discontinue a Header or Footer, go to Insert Header/Footer enable the header or footer that you want to change and click discontinue. You can also remove a header or footer by removing its associated code from the Reveal Codes Windo... Read more

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A:Multiple Headers in Word?

Sorry, I don't speak . . . Klingon?

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I am using Word 2003 and I have created a template containing a header/footer combination with my company letterhead information. This was working fine but the problem I now have is that when I open a new document by loading the template the header and footer are not shown. I must switch into them (using View/Header and Footer)
and they then appear. After that they stay visible. Apparently I have accidentally changed something.

My question is whether anyone knows how to have the header and footer visible by default when I open a new document using the template.


A:Headers and Footers do not appear in Word

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Can anyone advise how to exit from a header when it has been completed? Previous versions of Word Perfect had an exit bar which when pressed, saved the header and returned you to the main body of the document. WP12 does not have this feature but there must be some way of doing it.
Also: The guide lines on WP12 are so faint they might as well be absent, Is there any way of making them properly visible?

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Im trying to set up an outlook account after reinstalling my computer. I backed up all my data and outlook files.
before i had a email header / template form that every new message would automatically use and when i replied to emails.

looked like this..


how to i set this up again? I have an .oft file with it in

many thanks


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i need to transfer my resume from word 2007 to word 2003 because this site im trying to uplaoded to wont take the 2007 format.

I cant open a 2003 doc with 2007..

Brilliant move by Microsoft

Any Ideas?


A:Solved: Word 2007 doc to Word 2003 Doc

Firstly, Word 2007 can be set to save all documents in compatability mode (.doc instead of .docx). Just save as, or under Word options set it as the default

Secondly Word is full backwards compatible with earlier versions.

What exactly are your problems opening older document versions, what message do you get?

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I have just finished writing a thesis, but have decided to put an auto header on every page (MsWord). So far, as I enter the auto header into the first page, that's all I get. How do I get it to auto header every page?

A:auto text (headers in Word)

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I am using Mircosoft Word 2000 and when I try to create headers and footers in my document by selecting view - headers and footers the document opens in print preview not print layout and I am unable to edit the headers and footers.

Can anyone please offer some assistance?

Thank you.


A:Headers and Footers Word 2000

You should be able to change the view in the same area as the footers/headers. Near the top of the pull down menu there are areas that indicate normal - web - print etc. Also at the bottom of your page are buttons showing the different view modes for your document. Hit the normal view and you should be able to work on your headers/footers.

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Sorry if this has been answered elsewhere but Ive looked everywhere cant find the answer.

Is there anyway to have just a header in a document and not a footer?

I know you can have different headers/footers on each page etc and you can leave the footer empty and change how far it is away from the edge of the page but I cant seem to find a way of just inserting a header and no footer at all.

Any help will be accreciated its driving me mad

A:Is it possible to have only headers and not Footers (Word 2003)

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I have tried following various tutorials online but either I am missing something or the solutions don't seem to work. I need to create a template to allow pre-printed stationery to be used for letters. In word it says you can create a header for the first page which is different to subsequent pages but when I try to set the header, even with the 'different first page' box checked altering subsequent headers alters the first page too. Anyone have a solution that I can make work?

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Hello Wizz kids,

I have created some word templates. The first page has a header and a footer. I would like further pages to be either totally blank or with only the footer.

I cant seem to work this out. Can anyone help me out?



A:Microsoft Word. Headers And Footers.

Hi Constantine,The easiest way that I can find to do this is to create "Sections" in your Template/Document. By using Sections you can create different Headers or Footers for each Section.Check this link out, you should get the general idea.HTH

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So I know this should be very easy. I have a 285-page novel manuscript I'm formatting for submission. I have page numbers that start on the 3rd actual page, which is where Chapter 1 begins. I have a header but it only appears on those first two pages; it stops before Chapter 1. How do I have the header appear on every page of the doc? I googled it but it's confusing....it took awhile to get the page numbering right, because I wanted it to start where it does....I'm afraid if I mess with the header as it is, I'm in for more frustration. A simple step-by-step would be appreciated. Thanks!

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A work friend has just told me she has a 34 page document and needs to change the text in the headers in three different "chunks" throughout the document. So, eg., the first 10 pages would read differently to the next 10 pages etc. in terms of what is typed into the headers.

We tried using section breaks and clicking Same as Previous on the H/F floating toolbar but it did not help.

Help would be appreciated.

Thank you - Julie

A:Word 97 changing text in subsequent headers

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After banging my head against the wall and fighting with Visual Basic to create a template full of fancy bells and whistles for my client, I've come up against a probably simple, but amazingly annoying issue.

When I apply my template to a document, the headers and footers don't appear. I don't understand. (Yes, I click View --> Headers, Footers.) They're not there.

I go back to the template. They exist. I create a new document. They exist. I apply the template to a document with no headers/footers (or in some cases existing headers/footers) and nothing.

If it were just for me, I'd come up with a workaround. But I need to hand this template off to a client who needs to work with it. Cutting and pasting, etc, isn't going to do it.

Surely there is a way to make the headers and footers appear when applying to an EXISTING document.

Thank you so much, in advance, for any help you might provide.


A:MS Word Custom Templates: Headers, Footers Not Appearing

Welcome to the forum. If you post the Word document as an attachment we can better look at it. I think you cannot post attachments until your 7th post or so though. If you mail me the document and let me know on the forum, then I will post it up here for you. Also if you feel uncomfortable posting the document, just post the code instead.

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I am using Word 2010. I created two double sided templates. the first with no colors in the H/Fs. The 2nd has colors in H/Fs.

I took the first no color template and created the one with color. Now when I go to insert a section break at the end of the colorful template (4th section) the old no color footer pops in. It happens when inserting a page break or odd section break. When I insert an even section break I get the current odd footer (but the next page needs to be even).

I tried deleting the old header and footer and replacing them with the correct ones. I also right clicked and selected "remove header/footer" but it didn't make any difference.

Is there a way to clean out these old headers and footers? (I checked they are not in my building blocks for inserting h/fs either). This template will be distributed to multiple authors and it would be better to have nothing appear than some old header/footer design.​

A:Old headers pop up in double-sided Word 2010 file

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Hi all,

I have a report in Microsoft Access that I have to regularly email out to people. I use a SendObject macro to create the email content and automatically attach the report as a .xls document. I recently changed the report and associated query column headers, which are working fine. When I look at the report in Access, it looks exactly howI want it to look. When I email it, however, the automatically attached Excel document has the old column headers (the content is fine). This does not happen if I hit the "Export" button and export the document straight to Excel. The same problem occurs whether I use the macro or the e-mail button on the Windows drop down menu. Can someone please explain what is happening and how I can fix it?

Many thanks,


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I have Office 2007 installed and a number of old word documents created with Office 2000. I no longer have Office 2000 installed and the old documents won't open. If I right click one of the documents and try "open with" and then choose Winword from the Office 2007 folder it doesn't work. If, however, I already have Word 2007 open and then open one of the old documents from within word 2007 it works fine.

Is there any way I can associate Word 2007 with these old documents so that they open automatically?

A:Solved: Word 2007

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I CLOSED a thread on this very topic? - struth. I have no idea what I did, back then.
The fact is that I've once again come across an absolutely infuriating thing in a Word 2007 document for which, as I go, I'm generating a TOC.
Even though I had to copy it entirely into a text editor and then paste it into a new document so as to get rid of all Styles, both the original and the version I'm working on are on Word 2007.
I've checked and re-checked the heading created that's causing the problem in the TOC: there appear to be ZERO differences between it and all the others.
I need input from a Word 2007 expert, obviously; and if I get some, it will NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!!
Anticipatory thanks from a grumpy old Aussie...


A:Solved: Word 2007 TOC (what did I do before?!)

I think I must bypass this forum for help in Word 2007 - or at least for advanced formatting help, anyway.
Whirlpool came up with a willing helper, through whose intervention I was able to solve the problem by the simple expedient of looking carefully at the heading in 'Final showing markup' view: I don't know why, but deleting the heading that had been typed in, and the re-creating it by slicing it from the beginning of the par., and THEN applying the heading 4 style... this worked.
And so I shall mark this, too, closed - but not via this forum.

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Just loaded the above using Office Home & Student 2007, which includes Word.

On old editions of Word it would tell you what line and where about on the line the text was, this was handy for when I do my section for a magazine as I know I have to stop on 57 on each line.

IS this in the new Word, as I can't see it.



A:Solved: Word 2007

I think I've found the answer to my question

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Hi people, please can someone stop me from pulling my hair out??

I have done an A3 poster using smart art in Word 2007 and now I want to change to A4 to use as handouts ..... just can't see how to do it!!

A:Solved: Word 2007 A3 to A4

have a look at Page Setup

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I have activated a viewing control of some time for MS Word documents. When I write or view a document under Word 2007 there are dots to show the spaces, a design that shows the start of paragraphs and various other hyphens and idented designs throughout. If I do a print preview all these 'extras' dissapear. What have I activated and where/how can I return to the plan paper look of documents?

I have done some pretty extensive poking around with most of the functions but I can not replicate or deactiviate this. It is usually when I get to the end of my rope is when I find out that it something really simple that I have overlooked. Any takers?

Windows Vista / Home
Dell 1525 Laptop
Office 2007

A:Solved: MS Word 2007

Click the "whotnot" button that used to be the file menu, and select "Word Options".

Under "Advanced" scroll down to "Show Document content" and deselect "Show field codes instead of their values"

Bugged me for weeks that did!!

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Hi everyone something odd I use Microsoft word 2007 installed from Office Home and Student. I've used it for a couple of years now and all of a sudden now, when I open word and type something it comes out large font and it seems bold as well. Don't ask me what size the font is coming out because the default is the same and even shows the same calibri (body) 11 point. I've checked the font: Font: +Body, Font style: Regular, Size: 11. Yet it comes out some larger font and bold, even the curser line is bold and longer? yes I have uninstalled and re-installed the office. Anyone ever have this problem?

A:Solved: MS word 2007

Check your View zoom setting.

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I am writing a letter in Word and want to insert a photograph. Inserting the photo is easy enough but how do I make it so I can type next to and around it without leaving a big white void?

A:Solved: Word 2007 and pictures


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In Word 2003 if you hit the insert button, you see "ovr" on the bottom of the screen and you are in over-writing mode. I haven't been able to do this in Word 2007. I hit the insert button but still doesn't over-write. Is that feature somewhere in Word 2007?

Also in Word 2003 on the bottom bar you would have a word cound, page indicator#, and even an indicator of what column your curser was in, (making it easier to line things up in subsequent paragraphs). Can Word 2007 do this??

Also just a Win 7 question. Where is the run command?

A:Solved: Word 2007 question

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I'm on a machine using Windows XP and Word 2007.

I've created a ToC using TOC1, TOC2 and TOC3. I can modify the styles in either/both the TOC itself or in the text of the document, but I want them to be different from each other.

For example, in the text of the document I want TOC1 to be 12 pt font with 12pt above paragraph formatting. In the TOC itself, I want TOC1 to be 10 pt font with 4 pt above. Does anyone know how to make the style appear differently in the two different locations?

I tried going to the TOC, reinserting a new TOC, modifying the style and changing it there, but it changes throughout the whole file. I need help.

A:Solved: Word 2007 TOC & Styles

please do not duplicate post - closing this post
continue here http://forums.techguy.org/business-applications/909058-word-2007-toc-styles.html

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I could not find a thread on this Microsoft Word 2007 problem so here is whats wrong:

I typed a document and saved it as a Microsoft Word 2007 doc. When I go to open it later, Word 2007 opens with a window saying
"The file (name of doc) is not available."
So I can't open my document not even to view it. It shows a blank Word page after I close that window.

Any ideas? It used to work normally before.

Windows Vista on Dell Inspiron.

A:Solved: Word 2007 file x is not available.

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It's been a few weeks since I've used Word, and today, after creating a document, I am unable to highlight, scroll, or edit the document in any way. I researched the problem on line and tried the regedit solution from Microsoft's site, and still the problem persists.

All drivers, software patches, etc; are up to date on my computer.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

A:Solved: Trouble with Word 2007

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Hi to you all,

I want to fix 1 or more pages in my document so they can not be shifted up or down as a part page (these are forms for printing and take up a whole page,ie if you type above them it shifts the whole fixed page down not just part of it, can this be done please ?

see attached pic to see what i mean

A:Solved: Word 2007 page help

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I am in need of a Word 2007 Macro that when run will cycle thru all of the TextFrames and set the Height to Auto / -1.

Thanks in advance for your help.
This is what I have so far.

Dim iframe As frame
Dim nheight
Dim nframes, iloop As Integer

Call ObjectCounts ' displays counts of pictures, frames, etc.

' *** process frames ***
nframes = ActiveDocument.Frames.Count

If nframes > 0 Then

For iloop = nframes To 1 Step -1 ' process backwards or frame delete gives errors

Set iframe = ActiveDocument.Frames(iloop)

Iframe.nheight = -1 ' height of frame. are -1 if size adaptes to content

End With

Next iloop

End If ' end nframes > 0

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