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An old WORD form imported to InfoPath

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I imported an old Word form into Infopath. After making numerous
changes/enhancements to the form, using InfoPath 2007, I have saved the form
in both InfoPath 2003 and 2007. For both versions, I find that I am unable
perform some other functions:

1. I cannot use Color Schemes. Nothing happens when I choose a schema.
2. I have chosen browser compatibility to open either in a browser or in
InfoPath. I have 3 design checker errors telling me that rich text
formatting options are not supported. I have other browser enabled InfoPath
forms, that I created from scratch, that use rick text formatting.
3. I am unable to view the page width guide. I can select it for viewing,
but it does not show.
4. I am unable to set the form to landscape mode. InfoPath throws an error
that it has encountered an error and that the operation has failed. (More
info would really be helpful in these error messages!!!)

Please assist as I really do not want to create this form from scratch!
 

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"Deb" <Deb@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> I imported an old Word form into Infopath. After making numerous
> changes/enhancements to the form, using InfoPath 2007, I have saved the
> form
> in both InfoPath 2003 and 2007. For both versions, I find that I am
> unable
> perform some other functions:
>
> 1. I cannot use Color Schemes. Nothing happens when I choose a schema.
> 2. I have chosen browser compatibility to open either in a browser or in
> InfoPath. I have 3 design checker errors telling me that rich text
> formatting options are not supported. I have other browser enabled
> InfoPath
> forms, that I created from scratch, that use rick text formatting.
> 3. I am unable to view the page width guide. I can select it for viewing,
> but it does not show.
> 4. I am unable to set the form to landscape mode. InfoPath throws an
> error
> that it has encountered an error and that the operation has failed. (More
> info would really be helpful in these error messages!!!)
>
> Please assist as I really do not want to create this form from scratch!
Try asking in a Word discussion group. Here's how to find one:

As you appear to be using a web interface, start here:

http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx

In the tree on the left, first open the English category, then open Office
and Desktop Applications. In Office and Desktop Applications, find and open
the Word category. There, you'll find a group for your question.
 

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