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i saw same moment from my coworker but for win7/32 and word 2007 (or may be 2010 don't remember )
then workaround was "elegant" =)
hi did template in .doc then saved it in .rtf
any change he did in .doc and then saved in .rtf
and so, as we had svn for code, then we had two working file - .doc (as base for changing) and .rtf (as result template for BIP)
we also didn't have no ideas about this problem and so didn't find any MOS or other solution only as above workaround
try it for your case
may be it will work for you too =)
Hi I am also facing this issue when i upgraded my machine from Win XP to win 7.
I have some tables borders hidden and every time i open the RTF template file, the borders also starts appearing.
Please let me know if someone find any solution on this issue. There might be a setting that we have to do in MS word.
I tried your approach. I saved the template in .rtf and .doc after removing the borders.
Next time, if i have to update the template, i am opened .doc and saved it as .rtf to make any updates in template. So far this work around is helpful, but the overhead is we need to maintain both .doc and .rtf versions, which is better than re-doing the borders every time in my complex layout.
but the overhead is we need to maintain both .doc and .rtf versions,
which is better than re-doing the borders every time in my complex layout.
if you have any other working ideas about this problem then share it plz
imho a way as working with .doc and then save as .rtf is more simple then re-doing any borders all times
i think you have some repository for custom code then you will have +1 .doc file as result that's all