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Old March 31st, 2010, 11:15 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
ANGEL
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Default Print to web publication

I am using Publisher 2003. My file keeps automatically converting to a web
publication. It was created originally as a web publication, and I chose to
convert to a print publication. Now every time I open it, it reverts back to
a web publication. Short of starting from scratch, I'm left with scratching
my head as my only solution...

Here's what I've tried:
* converting to print publication and saving
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name on
my hard drive (instead of the server)

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!!


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Old April 1st, 2010, 03:04 AM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Rob Giordano [MS MVP]
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Default Print to web publication

they both are .pub files so maybe you're mixing them up during the saving
process.
I can't duplicate your problem with 2003 or 2007.

Why are you saving the pub file to the server?



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"Angel" wrote in message
...
I am using Publisher 2003. My file keeps automatically converting to a
web
publication. It was created originally as a web publication, and I chose
to
convert to a print publication. Now every time I open it, it reverts back
to
a web publication. Short of starting from scratch, I'm left with
scratching
my head as my only solution...

Here's what I've tried:
* converting to print publication and saving
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name on
my hard drive (instead of the server)

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!!



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Old April 1st, 2010, 05:04 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
ANGEL
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Default Print to web publication

I don't think I'm mixing them during the saving process, and if I were then
saving the print publication with a different name on a different drive
should eliminate that issue.

When I say saving them on the server, I just mean the company network -
that's where the original author saved them. I've since started saving on my
hard drive and still have this issue.

"Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:

they both are .pub files so maybe you're mixing them up during the saving
process.
I can't duplicate your problem with 2003 or 2007.

Why are you saving the pub file to the server?



--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Rob Giordano
Microsoft MVP Expression Web






"Angel" wrote in message
...
I am using Publisher 2003. My file keeps automatically converting to a
web
publication. It was created originally as a web publication, and I chose
to
convert to a print publication. Now every time I open it, it reverts back
to
a web publication. Short of starting from scratch, I'm left with
scratching
my head as my only solution...

Here's what I've tried:
* converting to print publication and saving
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name on
my hard drive (instead of the server)

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!!



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Old April 5th, 2010, 09:38 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
ANGEL
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Posts: 120
Default Print to web publication

I have since re-created the file from scratch, copying and pasting one page
at a time into the new file. This seems to have solved the issue, but is not
really a fix: if there is an option to convert to a print publication, it
should be a permanent conversion. If anyone knows of a real fix, I'd be
eager to hear it.

"Angel" wrote:

I don't think I'm mixing them during the saving process, and if I were then
saving the print publication with a different name on a different drive
should eliminate that issue.

When I say saving them on the server, I just mean the company network -
that's where the original author saved them. I've since started saving on my
hard drive and still have this issue.

"Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:

they both are .pub files so maybe you're mixing them up during the saving
process.
I can't duplicate your problem with 2003 or 2007.

Why are you saving the pub file to the server?



--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Rob Giordano
Microsoft MVP Expression Web






"Angel" wrote in message
...
I am using Publisher 2003. My file keeps automatically converting to a
web
publication. It was created originally as a web publication, and I chose
to
convert to a print publication. Now every time I open it, it reverts back
to
a web publication. Short of starting from scratch, I'm left with
scratching
my head as my only solution...

Here's what I've tried:
* converting to print publication and saving
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file name on
my hard drive (instead of the server)

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!!



  #5  
Old April 7th, 2010, 08:18 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Rob Giordano [MS MVP]
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Default Print to web publication

are you by chance trying to go back and forth? printwebprint etc? If you
are I would think your bound to get file corruption.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Rob Giordano
Microsoft MVP Expression Web






"Angel" wrote in message
...
I have since re-created the file from scratch, copying and pasting one
page
at a time into the new file. This seems to have solved the issue, but is
not
really a fix: if there is an option to convert to a print publication, it
should be a permanent conversion. If anyone knows of a real fix, I'd be
eager to hear it.

"Angel" wrote:

I don't think I'm mixing them during the saving process, and if I were
then
saving the print publication with a different name on a different drive
should eliminate that issue.

When I say saving them on the server, I just mean the company network -
that's where the original author saved them. I've since started saving
on my
hard drive and still have this issue.

"Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:

they both are .pub files so maybe you're mixing them up during the
saving
process.
I can't duplicate your problem with 2003 or 2007.

Why are you saving the pub file to the server?



--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Rob Giordano
Microsoft MVP Expression Web






"Angel" wrote in message
...
I am using Publisher 2003. My file keeps automatically converting to
a
web
publication. It was created originally as a web publication, and I
chose
to
convert to a print publication. Now every time I open it, it reverts
back
to
a web publication. Short of starting from scratch, I'm left with
scratching
my head as my only solution...

Here's what I've tried:
* converting to print publication and saving
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file
name
* converting to print publication and saving with a different file
name on
my hard drive (instead of the server)

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!!




 




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