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Import Word Document into Publisher
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  1. #1
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    Description of the "Import Word Document" feature in Publisher

    SUMMARY
    This article describes the purpose and capabilities of the Import Word Document feature in Microsoft Publisher, as well as how to import a Microsoft Word document into Publisher.

    MORE INFORMATION
    The Import Word Document option on the File menu improves the way that a Microsoft Word document is imported into Publisher. Earlier versions of Publisher ( Microsoft Publisher 2000 and earlier) import only text, with limited formatting capabilities. Starting with Publisher 2002, this feature imports, this feature imports Rich Text Format (RTF) for text and inline objects such as pictures and Office Art objects.

    The Import Word Document option imports the following from Word:

    ? Font name
    ? Font size
    ? Bold, italic, and underline formatting
    ? Inline objects (pictures and tables that are inserted within the flow of the text)

    The Import Word Document option might not import the following Word document settings:

    ? Page orientation (defaults to portrait)
    ? Page size (defaults to 8.5" x 11")
    ? Margin settings (defaults to .5" top, .5" left, .5" right, .66" bottom)
    ? Objects that "float" on a page
    ? WordArt objects
    ? Changes in section formatting
    ? Changes in column formatting
    ? Word fields other than the Page Number and Date and Time fields
    ? Custom styles and style names
    ? Complex page structures such as tables of contents and indexes
    ? Various page elements created in Word by using a wizard

    You can use the Word Import Options feature to apply the following modifications to the whole document:

    ? One-sided or two-sided printing
    ? Portrait or landscape page orientation
    ? Title page
    ? Number of columns

    How to Import a Word Document
    Method 1


    1. On the File menu, click Import Word Document.
    2. Locate the Word document that you want to import.
    3. Double-click the file name, or select it and click OK.
    4. The wizard converts the document into a new publication.
    5. Use the Word Import Options feature on the task pane to make the changes that you want.

    Make any other needed changes.

    Method 2

    1. On the File menu, click New.
    2. In the task pane, under Publications for Print, click Word Documents.
    3. A selection of Word Design Schemes appears. Click the style that you want. The Import Word Document dialog box opens.
    4. Browse to the Word document that you want to import.
    5. Double-click the file name, or select it, and then click OK.
    6. The wizard converts the document into a new publication.
    7. Use the Word Import Options feature in the task pane to make the changes that you want.

    Make any other needed changes.

    APPLIES TO
    ? Microsoft Office Publisher 2003
    ? Microsoft Publisher 2002 Standard Edition

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    Very Interesting. Do you know of an easy way to reverse the desired action? I create flyers for our humane society in publisher and need to mail them to someone who pronts them out in word. I've figured out a copy paste action that works. I also can save to jpeg, but the quality is quite bad.




    Originally posted by regix@Jan 3 2005, 08:12 PM
    Description of the "Import Word Document" feature in Publisher

    SUMMARY
    This article describes the purpose and capabilities of the Import Word Document feature in Microsoft Publisher, as well as how to import a Microsoft Word document into Publisher.

    MORE INFORMATION
    The Import Word Document option on the File menu improves the way that a Microsoft Word document is imported into Publisher. Earlier versions of Publisher ( Microsoft Publisher 2000 and earlier) import only text, with limited formatting capabilities. Starting with Publisher 2002, this feature imports, this feature imports Rich Text Format (RTF) for text and inline objects such as pictures and Office Art objects.

    The Import Word Document option imports the following from Word:

    ? Font name
    ? Font size
    ? Bold, italic, and underline formatting
    ? Inline objects (pictures and tables that are inserted within the flow of the text)

    The Import Word Document option might not import the following Word document settings:

    ? Page orientation (defaults to portrait)
    ? Page size (defaults to 8.5" x 11")
    ? Margin settings (defaults to .5" top, .5" left, .5" right, .66" bottom)
    ? Objects that "float" on a page
    ? WordArt objects
    ? Changes in section formatting
    ? Changes in column formatting
    ? Word fields other than the Page Number and Date and Time fields
    ? Custom styles and style names
    ? Complex page structures such as tables of contents and indexes
    ? Various page elements created in Word by using a wizard

    You can use the Word Import Options feature to apply the following modifications to the whole document:

    ? One-sided or two-sided printing
    ? Portrait or landscape page orientation
    ? Title page
    ? Number of columns

    How to Import a Word Document
    Method 1


    1. On the File menu, click Import Word Document.
    2. Locate the Word document that you want to import.
    3. Double-click the file name, or select it and click OK.
    4. The wizard converts the document into a new publication.
    5. Use the Word Import Options feature on the task pane to make the changes that you want.

    Make any other needed changes.

    Method 2

    1. On the File menu, click New.
    2. In the task pane, under Publications for Print, click Word Documents.
    3. A selection of Word Design Schemes appears. Click the style that you want. The Import Word Document dialog box opens.*
    4. Browse to the Word document that you want to import.
    5. Double-click the file name, or select it, and then click OK.
    6. The wizard converts the document into a new publication.
    7. Use the Word Import Options feature in the task pane to make the changes that you want.

    Make any other needed changes.

    APPLIES TO
    ? Microsoft Office Publisher 2003
    ? Microsoft Publisher 2002 Standard Edition
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    Publisher to Word? That'd be interesting.

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    Found out that you can't import Publisher documents into Word.

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    Well, my copy and paste works in most situations. I'll stick with that. Figured it didn't hurt to ask though. I need to group and then copy/paste. It pastes as one item so there is no editing after the fact, but I guess that keep anyone from messing with my graphic design. Job security for me.

    Originally posted by genesis@Jan 26 2005, 07:41 PM
    Found out that you can't import Publisher documents into Word.
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    haha yeah job security. I think it may be because Word is missing some features that Publisher has so it'd be all wrong. Not sure but that's the only thing making sense.

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