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Publisher to Word conversion/ Transfer?

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How can I transfer a page from Publisher to word, keeping all the formatting etc. intact?

The page has 3 text boxes all with text in.  

Thanx guys, as a newbie I appreciate the help.
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With great difficulty! One way is to create the boxes in word then copy the text between applications.

You could also try and create a web page from publisher then open the HTML file in word. Run the checker in publisher when prompted - it must give you a clean bill of health, otherwise publisher will generate graphics, not text.

Tip to newbie: create text in Word, then copy and paste to publisher.
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My thanks for the help.

I would never have thought of using HTML to get around the problem.

Let's give it a go!

Thanks davcefai!
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