Good question. I will find out the version tomorrow. So would the best thing be to get pdf editing software in order to maintain integrity of formatting? Thanks for your prompt reply. Originally Posted by mamaglee. Yes, the documents always requiring editing at the office, and then sometimes they come back to me for editing and then back to them - for several iterations.
Where can I find an equivalent version table? Thank you so much for this help.
The VMWare sounds like a foreign language to me. Would Windows for Mac provide the same result? One other thought - are you using the same fonts across the two machines? Sometimes font spacing can through off formatting. And if there's not an equivalent font installed on the boss' machine, there may be some "mapping" at play here that throws the formatting off as well.
I knew a bit about the font mapping but not the version equivalents. You're the best. Thanks so much again, mamaglee. Word documents created in word on a pc won't open in Mac word By nevergettoride in forum macOS - Apps and Games. By Zabou in forum Running Windows or anything else on your Mac.
Start a Discussion. Does anyone know if there might be any problems opening these kind of files and, equally important, preserve the formatting and styles on a mac? You won't have any problems.
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With the pre-installed Pages app on Mac, you can easily open any. They will be converted to. Or, if you'd prefer the Microsoft-based approach, you can download the Office suite onto your Mac, which works just how it does on PCs. I've had no problems preserving format and styling of a. You will have no problems with a modern program like the ones I've suggested above. You can totally use Pages, Google Drive, or Word on your Mac to open, edit, and export documents without losing any formatting. There are compatibility issues breaking e.
Work with anyone.
The third example is about the PDFs. Error in StyleRefs: You would now expect a field code like e. Word adds the name of the built-in style, e. Did you already find the tiny difference? The header text will not be shown in the footer. Instead, you get an error. The only difference is, that the Mac field codes work with ";" while the PC field codes use "," as a separator.
Delete the name of the built-in style and the separator from the field code, only keep your own name. Thus you will not need a separator.
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Your document will now survive any field update in any OS. Incomplete TOC: Again you may remark the different separators in the else identical codes. At first you will see your TOC as expected. If you can, delete the separator and the level number behind your style name. Without "," or ";" in the TOC field codes, your document will survive any field update in any OS without content loss. The incompatibilities are worse than formatting issues; in my examples, they produced errors.
Check a document for compatibility
You can never expect your documents to work without checking every page. In general the "common stuff" goes back and forth between platforms with no problems. Differing sets of fonts, various levels of support for showing colors, etc. Word has a compatibility checker than can help report on portions of documents that may not translate well to other versions of Word: Here's a document from Microsoft's support knowledge base that covers the topic of sharing MS Office documents amongst various versions of Office: This article is focused on Powerpoint, but offers good tips about compatibility that apply to Word as well: