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  1. #1
    denise
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    Default converting Publisher to Word

    Is it possible to save a Publisher newsletter as say a Word document? I have a newsletter made in Publisher but people without Publisher can't read it.
    Thanks

  2. #2
    Babe Ruth
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    Default Re: converting Publisher to Word

    Denise,

    Sure can.... In the File option click on the Save As option and select either a *.RTF format or one of the Word xxx *.doc formats of your choice.

    Cheers, Babe

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    Billy T
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    Denise

    Another option that preserves all text, images, formatting and appearance as-is, is to group all objects on the page then copy it. Go to your Word page and use edit>paste special>picture to paste the image into your Word document.

    The resulting image can be dragged into position on your page and resized etc to suit. You can do this for multiple pages and the file size stays within the bounds of reason.

    To group objects you draw a frame around the contents of the page using the Pointer tool then click on the little jigsaw piece at the bottom to lock them all together.

    Cheers

    Billy 8-{)

  4. #4
    denise
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    Default Re: converting Publisher to Word

    thanks heaps. Problem was keeping images intact.
    Cheers

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