Microsoft Publisher program is an application which works as a desktop publishing application. Within Microsoft Word application, the main emphasis is on page text composition and proofing, whereas in Microsoft Publisher the main emphasis is on page layout and design. The current version of Microsoft Publisher in use is Microsoft Publisher 2010 for Windows. With this program, you can create professional newsletters, post cards, brochures, greetings and other publications with strict typesetting requirements and a lot of graphics. Here are the instructions to convert a Microsoft Publisher document to Microsoft Word.
Microsoft chat support instructions to convert a Microsoft Publisher document to Microsoft Word
- In the Microsoft Publisher program, select the “File” menu and click the “Save As” option. In the field provided, enter a name and select a location.
- Click the “Save as type” drop-down menu and select the “Word 97-2003 & 6.0/95 – RTF” option. This will save the text in your document in a format that can be read by Microsoft Word. Click on the “Save” button.
- In Windows Explorer, double-click the RTF file to open it in Word. Fix any formatting and spacing issues as required. Return to the publisher document.
- If you want to add any images into the Word document, scroll through the Word document and find any image that you like to add. Right-click the image you want to add to the Word document and click “Copy.” Return to Microsoft Word, place the cursor where you want put the image that you chose and click the “Paste” icon at the top of the window.
- If you want to add many more images, repeat the above step for each of the images from the Publisher document. From the Office menu, Click the “Save As” option and save the document as a Microsoft Word document.
That’s how the Microsoft chat support team instructs you to convert a Microsoft Publisher document to Microsoft Word. And that’s all the information you will need to do that!
It’s so simple if you follow the above steps as such. In case you get stuck or encounter any difficulty while carrying out the instructions, contact the Microsoft support team. Thank you and have a great day!