> On or about 9/2/2005 4:39 PM firstname.lastname@example.org AKA > email@example.com
eruditely mused the following:
>> Actually I am unable to open the original file in WP
>> (maybe I need to convert it),
>Do you have the latest Conversions folder (v. 2.1)?
>Have you tried the Batch_Set_WP_PC_Type-Creator
>droplet? Both are in Files -> Conversions here.
As mentioned later in the original post, I WAS unable to open it but
downloaded the droplets, so, yes, I do have the latest droplets and by
that method was eventually able to open the file in WP.
I also mentioned, when the file is open in WP the numbers restart from 1
after some apparently normal (unnumbered) paragraphs, even though there
are other unnumbered paragraphs in between a long set of numbered lines
of text. I don't see a pattern as to why this numbering restarts from 1
>> I was sent a file converted by his version of WP into html
>> and when I reopen that in WP 3.5e the numbering is
>> retained BUT the tab after it has vanished and I really
>> need the tab so I can format the page into a decent format
>> that make some sense.
>A macro could keep the number, or change automatic
>numbering to fixed or vice versa, and add a tab.
Can you explain how to make a Macro to change the numbering from
automatic to fixed, or point me to a resource on how to do that? I am
ignorant of WP Macros Maybe I could even have the person who writes the
file run a Macro before sending it to me. Will a Mac WP Macro work in
>> However, the Euro symbols have been
>> replaced with '¤' which turns into square boxes
>> when viewed in html in a browser. I suppose those
>> could be changed with a macro.
>Or just use Find/Change to Change All.
The reference to square box like symbols for the Euro does not like that
when opened in WP, only when a converted html file is opened. While
find/change sounds all well and good, I don't seem to be able to copy the
odd Euro symbol replacement (two questions marks (one upside down) in an
open topped basin) so that I can do a find/change when I open the file in
WP. What is that symbol and can I recreate it in the find/change dialog
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