Did you copy/paste the document into Word? If so, that could happen because of you actually copying some tags or such.
If you want the greyed out text to print, do this......
Copy the document using Edit/Select All, Then paste it into NotePad
. After it's there, select it all, then copy it back into WordPad/MS Word.Note:
Doing this will remove ALL
formatting of the document. (small price to pay)Doing Templates:
If you have WordPerfect, it'll do it. I'm sure Word does it too,, but I don't recall, but you should be able to do it with MS Word. You will need to setup the fields to which you want your own data to be in, and leave the rest of the document as it is. I'm sure MS Word does it, and you'll be able to do it in just a few minutes or so.
You bring back memories of that...... creating the document,, then inserting names, addresses or whatever, in the specified fields,... thousands of documents at a time. (well, actually 1 document) but thousands of names and such.
Edited by Walkman, 30 November 2006 - 06:40 PM.