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cannot change the fonts from italized in certain word docs.

Posted on 2007-11-16
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When I open a word doc everything is normal. But when i open a word doc that says audit program all fonts except the header are italized and does not allow me to change the fonts back to regular.
I do not know what could cause this problem... Any help with this would be appreciated.

thanks
- Mils
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by:Ruben Cornejo
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Hi
Maybe is a protected document

Check under 'Tools' menu if there is an option called 'Unprotect document'..if so click on it a unprotect the document
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by:mildogz
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No the Document is not protected. Anyone can make changes to the document. I emailed myself the document and opened it on another computer. The document works fine on the other computer.
i can remove Italic or I can add Italic. only on that spacific laptop does this problem happen. thats what so weird about it. any thing else you can think of would be appreciated thanks.
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by:Ruben Cornejo
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You can try to copy the text and the paste it using the 'Paste Special' option on the 'Edit' menu, select the
'Unformatted text' and it would remove all formatting
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by:Ruben Cornejo
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Also you can check if the 'Style' used in you laptop is configured to update automatically

Here are the instucions to reset this option

http://www.brainbell.com/tutorials/ms-office/Word/Turn_Off_Automatic_Style_Updating.htm

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by:mildogz
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Just my luck. the user i was fixing this problem for has left. Not sure when i will be able to go test out those instructions on that laptop again, how long can i keep this string open until it is automatically closed? I would just give u the points for helping but if i might need to come back to this again. not sure what to do.
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by:Ruben Cornejo
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I think it keeps open until you mark it as solved. We can wait till you test the solution
If you liked to mark it solved i will keep cheking for any help you would need

Ruben
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by:mildogz
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ok thanks Ruben I will keep it open until the user returns.
thanks for ur help.
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I have since upgraded the end users to a new laptop which does not resolve the problem on the old laptop but alleviates the problem for that user. This question can be closed.
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