The following is a list of known features of the Book Design Wizard 2.0 that are not supported and issues you may have using the Book Design Wizard 2.0 in Microsoft® Word 2000.
Not Supported/Available in Microsoft® Word 2000:
- Desktop Printing (Book Fold) option is not supported.
- Paste option: Paste Text and Keep Original Formatting not supported.
- Toolbar item: Go To: Table of Contents is not supported.
- Toolbar item: Manage Styles & Layout : Modify Selected Style - Advanced is not supported. To achieve the same result of the Modify Style - Advanced in Microsoft® Word 2000 you can instead select Format > Style from the Microsoft Word menu, browse for and select the style name you want to change then click on the Modify button.
- "Don't add space between paragraphs of same style" setting. In Word 2002 and above there is a style setting that makes it so no extra space is placed between paragraphs of the same style. This is used by the Book Design Wizard. If you are using Word 2000 you may see extra space between paragraphs as Word 2000 will not recognize this style setting. You will need to modify the BkWzd: Chapter Text style using the above method then select Format > Paragraph and set the Space before and after to 0 instead of Auto.
Known Issues in Microsoft® Word 2000:
When saving your book document for the first time in Word 2000 using 'Save As' will sometimes cause Word to freeze. As a workaround use 'Save' instead of 'Save As' the first time you save your document.
Updating the Index if you choose to include one may insert an unwanted Section Break in the Index. This issue is due to a documented bug in Microsoft Word. A workaround was created for the Book Design Wizard that works in Word 2002 and Word 2003 but not in Word 2000. To fix this issue in Word 2000 you will manually need to delete any extra inserted section break marker that was inserted when the book is complete. Since the problem may reappear every time the Index is updated you will want to wait until you are done with the rest of the book before you delete the extra section break mark.
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