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Old October 18th 05, 03:20 PM
hjm
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Default Saving a word doc as a web page, why does layout often stagger ?

When I try and save a word doc as a web page, the layout of text and web
tools no longer lines up like it did. For example, check boxes.
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Old October 18th 05, 05:01 PM
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Default Saving a word doc as a web page, why does layout often stagger ?

Hi HJM,

You didn't mention the version of Word you're using or
the view you're using inside of Word when you create your
web document.

How a list or layout is formated along with limitations of
some browser implementations of features can affect how things
'line up'.

Do have a URL for a web and .doc version, for example of the same
document?

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When I try and save a word doc as a web page, the layout of text and web
tools no longer lines up like it did. For example, check boxes.
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Old October 18th 05, 05:14 PM
hjm
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Default Saving a word doc as a web page, why does layout often stagger

I am using word 2003 and normal view when creating document. This is for a
software application so there is not a url. Intent is to save word doc as a
web page and be able to upload this document into my application as a form to
be filled out.

"Bob Buckland ?:-)" wrote:

Hi HJM,

You didn't mention the version of Word you're using or
the view you're using inside of Word when you create your
web document.

How a list or layout is formated along with limitations of
some browser implementations of features can affect how things
'line up'.

Do have a URL for a web and .doc version, for example of the same
document?

=======
"hjm" wrote in message ...
When I try and save a word doc as a web page, the layout of text and web
tools no longer lines up like it did. For example, check boxes.
--
Bob Buckland ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*



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Old October 19th 05, 07:23 AM
Bob Buckland ?:-\)
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Default Saving a word doc as a web page, why does layout often stagger

Hi H.J.M.,

The 'normal' view is a draft view and doesn't show true layout.
Use the Web layout view or even the Print Layout view, especially
if you're using the HTML Form Fields from the Web Forms toolbar.

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"hjm" wrote in message ...
I am using word 2003 and normal view when creating document. This is for a
software application so there is not a url. Intent is to save word doc as a
web page and be able to upload this document into my application as a form to
be filled out.
--
Let us know if this helped you,

Bob Buckland ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*

For Everyday MS Office tips to "use right away" -
http://microsoft.com/events/series/a...andtricks.mspx



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Old October 19th 05, 02:45 PM
hjm
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Default Saving a word doc as a web page, why does layout often stagger

Exactly. However, I am using both of these to view and these views show that
the images and text are lined up. It only changes when I "save as" a web
page. Am I missing something??

"Bob Buckland ?:-)" wrote:

Hi H.J.M.,

The 'normal' view is a draft view and doesn't show true layout.
Use the Web layout view or even the Print Layout view, especially
if you're using the HTML Form Fields from the Web Forms toolbar.

===========
"hjm" wrote in message ...
I am using word 2003 and normal view when creating document. This is for a
software application so there is not a url. Intent is to save word doc as a
web page and be able to upload this document into my application as a form to
be filled out.
--
Let us know if this helped you,

Bob Buckland ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*

For Everyday MS Office tips to "use right away" -
http://microsoft.com/events/series/a...andtricks.mspx




 




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