How to Make a Linked .doc Open in Microsoft Word?

Answer Microsoft Word allows you to open a .doc file directly in your current .docx document. Doing so gives you the option to "link" to the original file, rather than statically embedding its text. By li... Read More »

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How to Identify Linked Pictures in Microsoft Word?

Being able to distinguish linked from embedded graphics in a Word document is important for several reasons. One is that a linked graphic will fail to display once you move the graphics file to a l... Read More »

Im downloading open office now will i get word you know like microsoft word but their type of word 10 points?

Open Office has everything MS Office does, but better and with extras. Just remember when you are saving documents for others to use with Word or Excell to use File/save as and select the type as t... Read More »

How do I open Microsoft Word documents without Microsoft Word?

Download Word ViewerDownload and install Microsoft Word Viewer 2003. Word Viewer is a free program distributed by Microsoft that allows users who do not have Microsoft Word to open, navigate, copy ... Read More »

Can I open a Microsoft Works document using Microsoft Word?

According to Microsoft Office Online, a Microsoft Works document can be opened with Microsoft Office Word 2003. To do so, the Works document will need to be converted into a Word document by using ... Read More »