It's probably already turned on, but let's make sure. Obviously, that was the first thing I tried. Click Save in the left pane. Hope it helps in your case but everyone should look at this. Thank you for your help. You don't want it to look like a table.
But when I open the document in Word, I cannot see the header, nor edit it. The first time you do it with a new file, you have to give the document a name and tell Word where to store it. I tried saving the document as Word 97-2003 but it does the same thing. I followed the suggestions here, and can copy and paste but cannot edit at all. I am editing a document in which a client created a bunch of text boxes that appear throughout the text.
Any time any office app starts acting flakey, this should be your first course of action. Please let me know how to fix this. I followed the instruction to edit the doc and reopen it to get it out of draft mode however, my images are still all invisible over 100 images with exception to the image on the first page. The support engineers are well trained to handle the routine problems. Sometimes, you need to really get close to what you are doing in a software program. Change or retype the actual part, if the save loop starts again.
However, it seems that I'm better off just trying to figure it out myself, as Microsoft seems to be baffled by this problem and unable to help. Use a zip utility to extract the file contents and poke around in the folders, there should be a file in there called document. I ended up creating a new template file from another document from the same set in this case a group of technical specifications that happened to be uncorrupted. I did this using Control Panel, Programs, Programs and Features, selecting the relevant version of Office, right clicking and selecting Uninstall. She has created a Word document from an Avery label template and entered 7 pages of addresses.
The user deleted the font from their system then recreated the document. Bill2718 wrote: This sounds like a corrupted document to me, sounds like there's a problem with the language or character mapping, possibly caused by the goofy font If it's a. In general, when text doesn't show up in the document but you can see it in Print Preview, the text may be formatted as hidden Font dialog box and you have the option to print hidden text selected at File tab Options Display. What have you tried so far? Your suggestion does not work as it is stuck in Draft Mode and you cannot select Print Layout View. KempDude Patrick wrote: Sounds like the source doc might be protected. A lock icon appears next to any styles that are restricted.
Why is this being left to amateurs? I can send you the document. In my case it's actually a template that has this problem. The proofing language is like a font attribute Bold or Italic in that it can be set in a single character. You change the font, and Word changes it back. Tip: To add styles to this list, on the Recommend tab, select the styles that you want to add, and then click Show. . Saving to a different format is no real solution here, as the equations are converted to pictures and therefore lost.
A simple solution for me was to save the doc as rich text format rtf. That may have the original content. Take, for instance, a résumé, where the word Experience in the left column of several paragraphs listing past jobs. Copy the entire text and paste into a new document. What happens when you attempt to do so? Run a compare from the two different-type source documents. Maybe that's the option you changed.
Simply undoing or accepting the tracked changes in the formula or regenerating the table of contents can fix the problem. Thank you for your prompt response. After resolving the issues I was able to save my document again. Now you can edit the document as needed. This definitely looks like a bug.
I tried it many times. Now my doc looks and feels the way it should. In fact, when I set styles to default Times New Roman 12 instead of Calibri 11 they are lost as well when I open a new document. If it was pasted as a bmp then of course there is no link to the source, it's just a picture. You could also try one of those free online converters, but your document may be too large for the online converters. Word 2010 users should also check Keep the last autosaved version if it's not already checked.
If she opens a different document or creates a new one she can change fonts without issue. Also, find and delete the normal. For example, if you select this check box, Word will automatically format hyperlinks, even if the Hyperlink style is locked. Any ideas how to recover from this without having to re-enter all of the addresses again? When you load Word after a crash, it will help you restore what you were working on--provided AutoRecover is set up properly. I went back into layout to see if I could figure it out. It's not in protected view. Hi, My 32 page picture document has just started giving that issue as well.