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Storing a Publications as a Word File
Insert information from the Publisher into a Word file. If your paper contains a large amount of text that you want to reuse, for example, you can store the text from your paper as a Word file. Or if you have created a page in Publisher that you want to use as a covers in your Word documents, you can insert the page into the Word documents and then try printing the doc.
Notice: Although you can completely or partially import your publications into Word, you cannot store all texts, images and layouts in one single operation in a Word file. Use one of the following ways to extract part or all of the publications to Word:
Saving the text in your publications as a Word doc Use this way for a newsletters or publications that contain a large amount of text that you want to use in Word. To open the stored in Word, you should store your publishing in the data files of your latest Word release.
Saving in Word 97-2003 to open the stored files in previous Word releases. Copying and pasting a page or items on a page Use this technique for a booklet, header page, or publishing that you want to insert and modify in Word. You can copy an item, a group of items or a page in your paper and insert it into a Word doc in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) as well.
Saving a page, two opposite pages, or items on a page as an image using this technique, you can generate an image that you can paste into a Word documen. Applications that can be used are calendars, covers, publications that contain tables, or where you do not need to make changes in Word.
When saving your publishing as a Word spreadsheet, the built-in convertor shows a warning that the chosen filename is text only. Layout items such as graphs and pillars, however, are not retained. Ensure that the text field borders in your publications do not intersect. Page numbers, page numbers and page numbers are retained when the publications are saved, but not the page number and page number functions.
To modify the header or footer, saving the file and then adding header and footer lines to the Word file. Pagination wraps in the publications are ignored. After saving, you can enter page break text in the Word file. Diagrams in the publications are not retained. When you want to include images from the publishing, you can copy and past the images into the Word file as well.
Click on the Publisher publishing file you want to store as a Word file. Choose File > Save As, and choose where to store the Word file. Enter a name for the Word file in the File name field. From the File Types dropdown menu, choose the Word file types you want to store.
Earlier Word releases contain the release number; for Word 2016, choose Word doc for the latest one. Then click on Store Copying an individual item, a group of items or all items on a page of your publications and pasting them into a Word file in HTML is possible.
If you insert in HTML style, the style of the text and the style of the text are retained and you can make changes to any object or text that you insert into the Word tool. When you copy a publishing page that contains text flowing into a text field on another page, no text is inserted into the Word documen.
When you copy an whole page from your publications, you may need to modify the borders and page alignment in the Word-documents. This can be done either before or after the page is inserted into the Word documen. When your paper contains a spreadsheet, such as a calender, store the items in your paper as an image to keep the look of your spreadsheet on the page.
Hint: This keeps the design, but you cannot make changes to the spreadsheet in the Word file. The simplest way to copy multiple items is to group them before copying them. Select and drop a checkbox around the items you want to have in the group.
In the Drawing Tools Format or Image Tools Format page, click Group. When your paper has several pages, you can copy an whole page, but not the whole paper at once. When you display a double page in a multi-page paper (on the View page submenu, click Double page), you can copy two opposite pages at once.
Any text that appears vertical (from top to bottom or from bottom to top) in your publications is shown in the Word doc with horiz. After pasting, you can modify the text alignment in the Word file. Click the text field in Word that contains the text you want to modify.
In the Text group on the Format group in the Text box tools section, click Text direction until you get the alignment you want. Mark the Publisher object you want to copy. Hint: To choose the whole page, click on an empty area of the publishing or on the scratching area and then on Ctrl+A.
Select the Word tool. Right-click on the page where you want to add the items, and then click Include. Continue from step 1 to 4 until you have inserted all the desired items or pages. Store a individual item, a group of items, an entire page or a double page in your publications as an image attachment and then add this image to a Word documen.
Notice: You cannot modify the publishing text or the items you are inserting into the Word file if you use this MAT. When saving an whole page or a double page from your paper, you may need to modify the borders and page alignment in the Word tool.
This can be done either before or after inserting the image into the Word tool. When your publishing has several pages, you can store an whole page, but not the whole of it. When you display a double page in a multi-page paper (on the View page submenu, click Double page), you can store two opposite pages at once.
To get the best results when you view and print items or a page from your publications in Word, store the items by choosing PNG Portable Network Graphics Formats, JPEG File Interchange Formats or Enhanced Metafile Formats with the highest resolutions and choosing High Qualitiy Print or 300 dots-per-di.
Choose the elements you want to store by performing one of the following actions: To store the whole page or two opposite pages as an image, click File > Store As. Right click the image, WordArt, form, or group of entities you want to store, and then click the context-sensitive Save as Image button.
From the File Types dropdown menu, choose an image file size, such as PNG Portable Network Graphics or JPEG File Interchange formats. When the image size support more than one image size (the Modify icon is available in the Save As dialogue box), click Modify, choose the desired image size and then click OK.
Then click on Store Click the Word spreadsheet, and then click where you want to paste the image. Select Paste > Image. From the Paste Image window, navigate to the location of the image and click the image and then click Paste. Continue from step 1 to 7 until you have added all the desired items or pages.