Assume that you use Word 2013 to save a .docx file as an OpenDocument Format (ODF) file. However, when you open the ODF file, non-left-aligned paragraphs inside textboxes in the file are displayed incorrectly.
Assume that you perform a Save for Photographic Print or Export to PDF operation in a in Microsoft Publisher 2013 publication when one of the following conditions is true:
The publication contains many images.
The publication contains large images.
The publication contains images that have effects applied.
You apply some images that have effects to the page background of the publication.
In this situation, you may experience one of the following issues:
Some images are missing from the output.
You receive an error message that states that you are out of memory.
Images in the output are displayed as a large red X.
Assume that you use Word 2013 to open a Word document on a Windows 8-based touch device. The Word document contains a macro that inserts a shape at a specific location. When you execute this macro, the shape is incorrectly displayed at the cursor's location.
Consider the following scenario:
You set an East Asian language as the input method editor (IME) in Word 2013 on a Windows 8-based touch device.
You type some characters in a new Word document.
You touch the screen to move the cursor to a new location among these characters.
You type a new character or you delete the character before the cursor.
In this scenario, the new character is added or the character is deleted in the previous cursor location. Therefore, the cursor location is only changed visually.
When you set a Russian language as the IME in Word 2013, the CTRL+X shortcut does not work as expected.
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article. This hotfix might receive additional testing. Therefore, if you are
not severely affected by this problem, we recommend that you wait for the next
software update that contains this hotfix.
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