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MSWord2000

by reuven1925 / July 15, 2005 5:09 AM PDT

Windows98se. MSWord2000 with MS ebook converter. The process is simple you have a document ,you click the converter icon;and in a short time the MicrosoftReader opens with your new book. But I loaded into MSword a document originally written on "Accent Professional".
And I started the converter in the usual way, and then the Microsoft Reader opened.BUT only the chapter headings were printed and not the the body of the document.It seems to me that documents prepared on MSWord are tagged, and other untagged documents can't use all the facilities of MSword.Which I understand violates all agreements made.
If there is another explanation and solution; I would be grateful to know.
Reuven

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What agreements do you think
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / July 15, 2005 10:20 AM PDT
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this violates?

Are you saying that Microsoft should be forced to convert every other document file type made by other software manufacturers to be read in it's own software?

Mark

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MSWord2000
by reuven1925 / July 15, 2005 11:33 PM PDT
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I found out the solution, but no thanks to microsoft support.In the manual of 'Readerworks ebook converter'' it states -if a document has been prepared on a Non-microsoft word processor,the document has to be saved in html format, not doc. I then downloaded the document to ms.words, saved it in html format, then downloaded this new document to ms.word. And the conversion to ebook. opening in Microsoft reader took place perfectly. I hope this will be of help to others.
reuven1925

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