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All images are subject to review. Defending our democracy',> >http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/06/29/1088392635123.h> tml> >> >"Terri" wrote in > message news:[email protected]> >> I am trying to copy my Word documents to a floppy and > >> save them in A problem identified with saving Word 97 documents in Word 6/Word 95 format 4. Are you ready to harness the full power of Word 2013 to create professional documents? check my blog

The problem with this is that from that point forward, Word thinks the document belongs on the A: drive. The following macro copies each of the StoryRanges to a new document and then prompts to save the new document on A: Public Sub CopyToA() Dim docActive As Document Dim docNew They are intended for non-profit educational use only. If you're saving to a floppy disk, be sure to make the appropriate choice from the "Save in:" menu [e.g., "3 1/2 inch floppy (A:)"].

Anne Troy, Aug 8, 2001 #3 walnel Thread Starter Joined: Jun 22, 2000 Messages: 72 Thanks for reply. Use the scroll bar (if necessary) to find the file type you want (such as Word 6.0/95, Word 5.1 for Macintosh, or WordPerfect 5.1), and click the file type to select Make sure you also give the file a name, and then click the Save button. What could be the reson for this > happening and how do i correct it to where the document is > saved correctly?

  • You can select more than one document by holding down the CTRL key and clicking the name of each file until all to be restored are highlighted.
  • Make sure the file you want to save is open on your computer screen.
  • Format the floppy before using it.
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  • Then use the file from your hard drive.
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It seems that a natural place for such a command is the Send To submenu available from the File menu. In the "Save As" dialog box, click in the "Save as type:" menu box or on the arrow to the right of the menu box to see a list of the Top Saving Word documents to floppy disk (Word 97) by Charles Kenyo » Sun, 28 Apr 2002 11:02:04 Hi Kent, Stop doing this! Subscribe FREE SERVICE: Get tips like this every week in WordTips, a free productivity newsletter.

Depending on the program some pictures or formatting may be lost. ** Saving Microsoft Word 2000 files at school to bring home Open the Microsoft Word file you would like to Thanks AnonymousJul 21, 2004, 9:45 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers (More info?)I tried formatting it again and it still did it. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

Then copy or move that file to the floppy. Place a formatted disk in the floppy disk drive. Subscribe (Your e-mail address is not shared with anyone, ever.) Comments for this tip: If you would like to add an image to your comment (not an avatar, but an image Thanks>.> Can't find your answer ?

Saving Microsoft Word Files to Bring Home. You can just as easily use the same macros to save copies to your flash drive, as well. The solution is to store the current location of the file, save it to A:, and then save it again, but this time to the original location. If you want to save a file to the default location (such as the Personal folder on the C drive), choose the appropriate location from the "Save in:" list in the

Copying an entire document requires a little more effort that simply grabbing the text content and passing it to a new document, however. click site Seriously! _Never - Ever - work in Word with a document on a floppy drive._ This means: Never Save a file to a floppy using Word. These may be related problems. Click File on the Menu Bar and choose (click) Save As.

Save it to the computer's hard disk. I saved them > >> in "Rich Text" format but when I put the disk in the > new > >> Windows XP computer, it says the disk is not formatted-> Any ideas? http://midsolutions.org/word-2000/word-2000-as-email-editor-outlook-2000-causing-text-headache.html Finally, if you wanted to create a macro that took a "snapshot" of the current document, without actually saving it to your hard drive before making the copy on A:, you

Top Saving Word documents to floppy disk (Word 97) by Larr » Sun, 28 Apr 2002 23:46:44 Kent, You should not save a Word document directly to a floppy. I need to open the document but can't. Advertisement walnel Thread Starter Joined: Jun 22, 2000 Messages: 72 In trying to save word document to a floppy I get an "illegal operation" prompt.

Any help is greatly appreciated. (Note: > This also has happened to some friends of mine using Word > with no explaination whatsoever.

Sub DoubleCopy() Dim Message As String, Title As String Dim Default As String, Drive As String Dim ffname as String, fname as String On Error GoTo Quit Message = "Enter drive Defending our democracy',http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/06/29/1088392635123.html"Terri" wrote in message news:[email protected]> I am trying to copy my Word documents to a floppy and > save them in Works on my new computer. The reason for the closing is that Word will not allow an open document to be copied. FIGURE 2. "Save As" Dialog Box with File Types List Displayed Deleting Documents When you no longer need a document it is a good idea to delete it.

New versions save even more metadata to make Office documents more readily interconvertible with web pages. OPENING FLOPPY DISK IN WORD 97 8. Sometimes, though, you may want to save your document in some other format. More about the author Use Windows Explorer to check that your floppy isn't loaded up with other extraneous files.

There are many ways that a... First (and potentially most important), if you are working on a large file, it may not fit on the A: drive. If you want to save the file to a floppy disk (and it's likely that you do since you probably want to transport the file to another computer), place a formatted The WOPR add-in has a utility called Floppy-Copy that it may be possible to download directly (free).

i.e. In that case, the macro will die an ignoble death, and you will need to take the steps to manually recover by resaving your file to its original location. If you make changes, copy the changed file back to your floppy disk (again from outside Word). Defending our democracy',>http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/06/29/1088392635123.html>>"Terri" wrote in message news:[email protected]>> I am trying to copy my Word documents to a floppy and >> save them in Works on my new computer.

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