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Have created a template in MS office 2010, but when I open it, it comes up in compatibility mode.  How do I get rid of the compatibility mode?
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Make sure that is is saved as a Word Template (or document), as opposed to a Word 97 to 2003, template. It should have a four-letter extension (.docx, .docm. .dotx, .dotm)
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