Posted 02 November 2010 - 06:23 AM
Hmmm, okay. As a writer my editor wishes me to use a template to write in. I open the saved .rtf template file, save it under the book name and start working.
When I save the file I am working in, the page changes from .rtf to compatibility mode and I get an information box that says,
The following features in this document are not supported by earlier versions of Word. These features may be lost or degraded when you save this document in an earlier file format. Click continue to save the document. To keep all your features click cancel and save the file in one of the new file formats.
Under that there is a space and it tells me;
Summary: Some custom properties that are stored in this document will be lost.
Number of occurrences: 1.
Even when I save the document in a new .rtf file, I get the same message box.
My question is, does that box mean that there is an issue with the way my editor formatted the template or is there an issue with my software? I have checked the Word update pages and it tells me everything is up to date, which makes me think that it is in the way my editor designed the template. My editor and I have discussed this issue and she sent me a new formatted template, and I still get the information box. Can anyone confirm or deny my thought?