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I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text (about
two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then pasted from
the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied text appeared on
the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and found that all the
copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22". Nothing in
between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the new
file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the problem. No
such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate any
suggestions.

Gordon

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Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
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I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22". Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate any
suggestions.

Gordon


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Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22". Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate any
suggestions.

Gordon


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Try http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm, particularly
the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22". Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate any
suggestions.

Gordon


--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
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the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22". Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate any
suggestions.

Gordon


--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.


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Thanks for the suggestion. I'll see where it leads.

Gordon

"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
...
Try http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm, particularly
the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table
within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and
found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed
in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed
the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that
view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22". Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track
of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the
problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate
any
suggestions.

Gordon


--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup
so all may benefit.


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Thanks for the suggestion. I'll see where it leads.

Gordon

"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
...
Try http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm, particularly
the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table
within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and
found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed
in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed
the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that
view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22". Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track
of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the
problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate
any
suggestions.

Gordon


--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup
so all may benefit.


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Jay.

Thanks for your pointer. However the topics in the MVP file (that I've
looked at carefully) don't seem to adddress my problem.

The fact that the file is correctly displayed in Print Layout View verifies
that the file is not corrupted. This is confirmed by the fact that the pages
print correctly.

So, I come back to the original question: Why does Normal View have a
display problem, whereas Print Layout View displays the file correctly?

Do you have any suggestions about what I might do solve this problem?

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll see where it leads.

Gordon

"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
...
Try http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm, particularly
the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table
within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously
worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and
found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed
in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed
the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that
view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22".
Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track
of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that
text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the
problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate
any
suggestions.

Gordon


--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup
so all may benefit.



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Jay.

Thanks for your pointer. However the topics in the MVP file (that I've
looked at carefully) don't seem to adddress my problem.

The fact that the file is correctly displayed in Print Layout View verifies
that the file is not corrupted. This is confirmed by the fact that the pages
print correctly.

So, I come back to the original question: Why does Normal View have a
display problem, whereas Print Layout View displays the file correctly?

Do you have any suggestions about what I might do solve this problem?

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll see where it leads.

Gordon

"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
...
Try http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm, particularly
the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table
within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650 pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously
worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard, then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and
found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not displayed
in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed
the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that
view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22".
Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track
of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that
text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the
problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate
any
suggestions.

Gordon


--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup
so all may benefit.



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If the text is in a text box, it will not be displayed in Normal view. The
text box could be in a table cell (or in front or or behind the table), or
the table could be in a text box.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
Jay.

Thanks for your pointer. However the topics in the MVP file (that I've
looked at carefully) don't seem to adddress my problem.

The fact that the file is correctly displayed in Print Layout View
verifies that the file is not corrupted. This is confirmed by the fact
that the pages print correctly.

So, I come back to the original question: Why does Normal View have a
display problem, whereas Print Layout View displays the file correctly?

Do you have any suggestions about what I might do solve this problem?

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll see where it leads.

Gordon

"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
...
Try http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm, particularly
the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table
within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
.. .
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650
pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously
worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing
this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard,
then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and
found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not
displayed in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed
the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that
view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22".
Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have
lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track
of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within
the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that
text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at
the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the
problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate
any
suggestions.

Gordon

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the
newsgroup so all may benefit.





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If the text is in a text box, it will not be displayed in Normal view. The
text box could be in a table cell (or in front or or behind the table), or
the table could be in a text box.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
Jay.

Thanks for your pointer. However the topics in the MVP file (that I've
looked at carefully) don't seem to adddress my problem.

The fact that the file is correctly displayed in Print Layout View
verifies that the file is not corrupted. This is confirmed by the fact
that the pages print correctly.

So, I come back to the original question: Why does Normal View have a
display problem, whereas Print Layout View displays the file correctly?

Do you have any suggestions about what I might do solve this problem?

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
...
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll see where it leads.

Gordon

"Jay Freedman" wrote in message
...
Try http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm, particularly
the first two numbered items near the middle of the page.


On Wed, 16 Dec 2009 17:54:04 -0800, "Gordon Padwick"
wrote:

Where are you MVPs and others who might help me with this problem?

If my question puzzles you and you don't know the solution, perhaps you
could suggest somewhere else I can look to find an answer.

Can I provide more information about the problem?

One other thing I can tell you is that the problem text is in a table
within
Word.

Gordon

"Gordon Padwick" wrote in message
.. .
I've run into a problem while working with a long document (650
pages),
using Word 2002 running under Vista Home Premium. I've previously
worked
with much longer documents on the same system without experiencing
this
problem.

The problem is this. With the Normal View in use, I copied some text
(about two pages) from elsewhere in the document to the clipboard,
then
pasted from the clipboard into page 162. Only about half of the copied
text appeared on the screen. I switched to the Print Layout View and
found
that all the copied text was correctly displayed.

In Print Layout View, I noted the page numbers of the text that was
correctly displayed in Normal View, and the text that was not
displayed in
Normal view.

On switchig back to Normal View, I noticed that the status bar showed
the
last correctly displayed line positioned on page162 at 7.4". In that
view,
the next displayed line was shown positioned on page 164 at 22".
Nothing
in between was displayed.

For some reason that I don't understand, Normal View seems to have
lost
track of part of the document, while Print Layout View does keep track
of
it.

In PrintLayout View, I used Find to locate some text that is within
the
region that Normal View does not display. Find could not find that
text.

I tried saving the document with a new file name and then looked at
the
new file, hoping that Word might have some way of correcting the
problem.
No such luck. The new file shows the same behavior.

Can anyone suggest a solution to this problem? I'll greatly appreciate
any
suggestions.

Gordon

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the
newsgroup so all may benefit.





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