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Old 29-07-2010
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Importing QuickParts from Word 2007 back to 2003

I am creating templates in Word 2007, but must also make them compatible with Word 2003 (don't worry--I always save my 2007 documents as .doc or .dot files). In 2007, I have created multiple Quick Parts, which include graphics. I understand a similar feature in 2003 is AutoText, but I need more than just text to be automated; I need graphics.

Is it possible for someone using my template in Word 2003 to use the Quick Parts I created in 2007?
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Re: Importing QuickParts from Word 2007 back to 2003

It is usually not possible to import Office 2007 files in Word 2003 because of the new graphics and text support. Word 2003 does not have those in it library because of which you find such issue. But Microsoft has released a Office Convertor pack for this. You must download that from the official site of Microsoft and then check back again. This can help you to some extent.
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