Thank you for the links, especially the Microsoft one. I'll try it when I have some time. I'm really curious.
--- In email@example.com, Gudmund Areskoug <gudmundpublic@...> wrote:
> On 2012-04-24 12:22, hello307 wrote:
> > How I can tell DVX 1 to import from Word 2003 or 2010? Or does it do
> > it choose automatically the right version in backgroud?
> I can't remember for sure, but in my case, I think it stems from never
> having uninstalled 2003.
> > If I have one
> > doc file and one docx file, how can I tell which version of word did
> > DVX 1 use for importing/exporting?
> I'm not quite sure, but what Windows considers to be the standard
> application for the format is at least one thing (having the .doc
> extension point to Word 2003 and the .docx to Word 2010).
> Without the fix (which I have yet to perform), Windows can't see a
> difference, because each Word versions seems to present itself as "the"
> Microsoft Word.
> With the fix, AFAIR, Windows "knows" there's a difference.
> > Sorry for so many questions at one
> > time. I searched last night for tipps about paralle installations. It
> > seems to be no bis issue. But I'm not sure how DVX 1 will behave in
> > this environment. GG said in the last used version of Office will be
> > used by DVX. That could make everything even more complicated...
> This may be so for now if you run them in parallel (I thought I had
> checked which path is used somewhere, but I can't find anything now, so
> I'm not so sure anymore), but it shouldn't be the case after performing
> the fix.
> Will try to find it.
> Found this in my archives:
> Apart from this, I found solutions involving simply renaming the
> winword.exe to something including the version name. I have a feeling it
> isn't enough for DV and other things in the long run to do *just* that.
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