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Hi,

I have a long document and I have a questionnaire (with textboxes, multipple
choices etc) that has an own header that I would like also to import to the
long document.

I tried:
- to save the questionnaire as *.PDF and imported as object, the result was
that only the first page have been pasted.
- tried to Copy/Special with RTF/Word, was not successfull
- tried to save the questionnaire as *.HTML but I lost my
selections
- tried with image, but did not work

Thank you for all help
Best regards
Georg


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See he
http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/Format...thSections.htm


On 12/3/04 8:27 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi,

I have a long document and I have a questionnaire (with textboxes, multipple
choices etc) that has an own header that I would like also to import to the
long document.

I tried:
- to save the questionnaire as *.PDF and imported as object, the result was
that only the first page have been pasted.
- tried to Copy/Special with RTF/Word, was not successfull
- tried to save the questionnaire as *.HTML but I lost my
selections
- tried with image, but did not work

Thank you for all help
Best regards
Georg



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Georg Hodosi
 
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Hi Daiya,

thank you for your prompt help.
I was unclear with my question. Sorry.

I would like to keep my long document as it is with the header, footer,
section etc. I want to "paste" the document as an "image" in the long
document.

Best regards
Georg
"Daiya Mitchell" wrote in message
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See he
http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/Format...thSections.htm


On 12/3/04 8:27 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi,

I have a long document and I have a questionnaire (with textboxes,

multipple
choices etc) that has an own header that I would like also to import to

the
long document.

I tried:
- to save the questionnaire as *.PDF and imported as object, the result

was
that only the first page have been pasted.
- tried to Copy/Special with RTF/Word, was not successfull
- tried to save the questionnaire as *.HTML but I lost my
selections
- tried with image, but did not work

Thank you for all help
Best regards
Georg



--
Daiya Mitchell, MVP Mac/Word
Word FAQ: http://www.word.mvps.org/
MacWord Tips: http://www.word.mvps.org/MacWordNew/
What's an MVP? A volunteer! Read the FAQ:

http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/



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Daiya Mitchell
 
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Hi Georg,

Your message sounded as though you were open to images or text to get it in
there. You can do text, but you can't copy images or embedded objects that
are more than one page. If you PDF it, try importing it one page at a time.
May require you to separate the PDF into multiple files.

DM


On 12/3/04 9:11 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi Daiya,

thank you for your prompt help.
I was unclear with my question. Sorry.

I would like to keep my long document as it is with the header, footer,
section etc. I want to "paste" the document as an "image" in the long
document.

Best regards
Georg
"Daiya Mitchell" wrote in message
...
See he
http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/Format...thSections.htm


On 12/3/04 8:27 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi,

I have a long document and I have a questionnaire (with textboxes,

multipple
choices etc) that has an own header that I would like also to import to

the
long document.

I tried:
- to save the questionnaire as *.PDF and imported as object, the result

was
that only the first page have been pasted.
- tried to Copy/Special with RTF/Word, was not successfull
- tried to save the questionnaire as *.HTML but I lost my
selections
- tried with image, but did not work

Thank you for all help
Best regards
Georg



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Georg Hodosi
 
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Hi Daiya,

it works!!!

It was not to hard to do it, there were only 7 pages to split.

Thank you!

Regards
Georg
"Daiya Mitchell" wrote in message
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Hi Georg,

Your message sounded as though you were open to images or text to get it

in
there. You can do text, but you can't copy images or embedded objects that
are more than one page. If you PDF it, try importing it one page at a

time.
May require you to separate the PDF into multiple files.

DM


On 12/3/04 9:11 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi Daiya,

thank you for your prompt help.
I was unclear with my question. Sorry.

I would like to keep my long document as it is with the header, footer,
section etc. I want to "paste" the document as an "image" in the long
document.

Best regards
Georg
"Daiya Mitchell" wrote in message
...
See he
http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/Format...thSections.htm


On 12/3/04 8:27 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi,

I have a long document and I have a questionnaire (with textboxes,

multipple
choices etc) that has an own header that I would like also to import

to
the
long document.

I tried:
- to save the questionnaire as *.PDF and imported as object, the

result
was
that only the first page have been pasted.
- tried to Copy/Special with RTF/Word, was not successfull
- tried to save the questionnaire as *.HTML but I lost my
selections
- tried with image, but did not work

Thank you for all help
Best regards
Georg







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Daiya Mitchell
 
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Glad to have helped put you in the way of finding the solution.
DM


On 12/3/04 11:22 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi Daiya,

it works!!!

It was not to hard to do it, there were only 7 pages to split.

Thank you!

Regards
Georg
"Daiya Mitchell" wrote in message
...
Hi Georg,

Your message sounded as though you were open to images or text to get it

in
there. You can do text, but you can't copy images or embedded objects that
are more than one page. If you PDF it, try importing it one page at a

time.
May require you to separate the PDF into multiple files.

DM


On 12/3/04 9:11 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi Daiya,

thank you for your prompt help.
I was unclear with my question. Sorry.

I would like to keep my long document as it is with the header, footer,
section etc. I want to "paste" the document as an "image" in the long
document.

Best regards
Georg
"Daiya Mitchell" wrote in message
...
See he
http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/Format...thSections.htm


On 12/3/04 8:27 AM, "Georg Hodosi" wrote:

Hi,

I have a long document and I have a questionnaire (with textboxes,
multipple
choices etc) that has an own header that I would like also to import

to
the
long document.

I tried:
- to save the questionnaire as *.PDF and imported as object, the

result
was
that only the first page have been pasted.
- tried to Copy/Special with RTF/Word, was not successfull
- tried to save the questionnaire as *.HTML but I lost my
selections
- tried with image, but did not work

Thank you for all help
Best regards
Georg






--
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Word FAQ: http://www.word.mvps.org/
MacWord Tips: http://www.word.mvps.org/MacWordNew/
What's an MVP? A volunteer! Read the FAQ: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/

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