WD2000: Doc Err: Save a Word 2000 Document as a Web Page

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SYMPTOMS
When you save a Word document as a Web page, some formatting may not be saved as you would expect. These limitations are documented in Word Help under the topic "Learn about what happens when you save a Word 2000 document as a Web page". However, some of the formatting that is removed from the Web page is incorrectly documented.

For more information about what happens when you save a Word 2000 document as a Web page, click Microsoft Word Help on the Help menu, type What is lost when I save as a Web page? in the Office Assistant or the Answer Wizard, and then click Search to view the topic.
STATUS
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed at the beginning of this article.
MORE INFORMATION
When you view the "Learn what happens when you save a Word 2000 document as a Web page" topic in Word Help, the following features are incorrectly documented as described in the following tables.

Character formatting

This formatting in Microsoft Word

"Looks like this in a Web browser" states:

"Looks like this in a Web browser" should state:

In-margin drop caps

No drop cap on Web pages

In-margin drop caps are retained as dropped initial capital letters on Web pages.

Paragraph formatting

This formatting in Microsoft Word

"Looks like this in a Web browser" states:

"Looks like this in a Web browser" should state:

Decorative border styles

Decorative border styles become box border styles

Decorative border styles become single line border styles.

Properties

Article ID: 216692 - Last Review: 02/21/2014 00:33:38 - Revision: 1.0

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