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2009/06-11-11 - If you want to publish a work with MS Word 2007, the following procedure may be interesting, because I've found it works. If you have all text content in your eBook, but if you have text breaks, you must store the eBook in Word 2003, otherwise the pictures will go somewhere else when you eventually start the eBook; 2. use Microsoft XPS Dokument Writer to printout the stored Word eBook and store the eBook with '.
xps' expansion that lets you see exactly how the eBook prints when you actually reprint it; 3. open the.xps document and click the printing button, choose your own personal printing device, and choose a beautiful, well-organized eBook with all pages in the order you want; a.
Save as''Word Document' if you have'plain text' footage in your eBook; OR, b.'Save as''Word 97-2003 Document' if you have'pictures' with'text wrap' in your eBook; 3. go to the Files drop-down box and select'Print' to open the printer pane, a. Under'Print' select'Microsoft XPS Writer' from the'Name' drop-down box; b.
It is unlikely that I will visit this page again to give further feedbacks, and so I ask you to do the above without compromise and in a religious manner if you want your effort to produce the desired results.
Creating a two-column template in Microsoft Word
Recently I completed work on a work that produced a whole range of individual accounts that were jointly released in a brochure. I had only created a Word template with a plain two-column lay-out for long text snippets. In order to generate this template, open a new template, enter a phantom headline in the first line, select a typeface and text area ( "I used 12 points fat 1 ucida sans", for example) and centre the line by selecting the corresponding symbol in the Format section of the Word 2003 default tool bar and under the Start in Word 2007 tabibbon.
In the next line, specify phantom text to display the abstract of the workbook. To do this, the fast way is to input =rand(p,s) (where "p" is the number of segments and "s" is the number of records) and the return key. Select a thumbnail style and thumbnail text format for the thumbnail, which is displayed in a separate row.
From Word 2003, click Insert > Pause > Continu. > OK. From Word 2007, click the Page Layout page layout page and select Pauses in the Page Setup section, then click Continue from the drop-down list. Insert more text by entering =rand(p,s) (where "p" is the number of segments and "s" is the number of records) and press Enter.
Use the formatting of the fonts or follow the guidelines in the paper. Eventually, store the filename as a template: Click in Word 2003 on Files > Save As, give the template a name like "Double Color Layout", chose a storage place for the selected files (more about this below), chose Template (*.dot) in the drop-down list Speichern als Typ and click on Speichern.
Click the Office toolbar shortcut in Word 2007, select File > Word Template (or select one of the other "Template" from the " File Types To " drop-down menu) and click OK. In order to display your new template under My Templates in the New Word dialogue, store the template in this directory under Vista:
Or, click on the Templates under Favorites Links in Vista or Trusted Templates in the XP Save As dialogue. Please be aware that after opening the template is also displayed in the Recent Document in both Word editions as well.