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  Friday, July 17, 2009 – Permalink –

Save Clean Document

Protect your layout


Sometimes a Word document does not open as well laid out as you intended.

The page numbers may be off (the numbers may be repeated).

Formatting marks may be displayed (not a big thing, but not neat).

This can happen if:

  • You open the document from a Microsoft Outlook e-mail attachment.
  • The Allow starting in Reading Layout option is turned on in Word.
  • The table of contents in the document is three or more pages long.
  • The document was saved in the page layout view.
Microsoft offers these suggestions to prepare your baby for its best look. When you send a Word document as an e-mail attachment, make sure that you save the document in normal view before you send the document. Turn off reading layout view
  1. Start Word.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Options.
  3. Click the General tab, click to clear the Allow starting in Reading Layout check box, and then click OK.
Turn off all formatting marks
  1. Start Word.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Options.
  3. Click the View tab, click to deselect the All check box under Formatting marks, and then click OK.
Manually update all the page numbers
  1. Open the Word document.
  2. Select the table of contents in the document, and then press F9 to update all the page numbers.
Support.Microsoft.com
The page numbers in the TOC are incorrectly displayed


[Edited entry from 6/9/2006]


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