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  #1  
Old February 9th, 2010, 10:04 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Carl_B
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Default Quick Parts in a Template

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?
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  #2  
Old February 9th, 2010, 11:58 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Jay Freedman
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Posts: 9,488
Default Quick Parts in a Template

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 13:04:15 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?


Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there's a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there's also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you're editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.
  #3  
Old February 10th, 2010, 02:37 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Carl_B[_2_]
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Posts: 17
Default Quick Parts in a Template

Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 13:04:15 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?


Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there's a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there's also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you're editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.
.

  #4  
Old February 10th, 2010, 05:06 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Jay Freedman
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Posts: 9,488
Default Quick Parts in a Template

In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the template
before attaching it to the email, I don't have any explanation.

You could try zipping the template and attaching the zip file to the
email. That has the small advantage that a zip file automatically
includes a CRC checksum, so if the file is being changed in any way by
the email transport, it'll report a mismatch.

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 17:37:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 13:04:15 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?


Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there's a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there's also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you're editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.
.

  #5  
Old February 10th, 2010, 03:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Carl_B[_2_]
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Posts: 17
Default Quick Parts in a Template

Thank you, I will try zipping the file. If it works I will let you know for
future reference. But not till tomorrow, as I am home today. Our fair city
has "closed" due to a minor snow storm (see the weather in the mid-atlantic
region of the US)
When this is done, and after last weekend, my back yard will have about 40
inches
"Jay Freedman" wrote:

In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the template
before attaching it to the email, I don't have any explanation.

You could try zipping the template and attaching the zip file to the
email. That has the small advantage that a zip file automatically
includes a CRC checksum, so if the file is being changed in any way by
the email transport, it'll report a mismatch.

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 17:37:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 13:04:15 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there's a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there's also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you're editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.
.

.

  #6  
Old February 10th, 2010, 04:35 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Jay Freedman
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Posts: 9,488
Default Quick Parts in a Template

I'm in the same situation (near Philadelphia). This snow thing is
starting to get old. :-(

On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 06:10:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you, I will try zipping the file. If it works I will let you know for
future reference. But not till tomorrow, as I am home today. Our fair city
has "closed" due to a minor snow storm (see the weather in the mid-atlantic
region of the US)
When this is done, and after last weekend, my back yard will have about 40
inches
"Jay Freedman" wrote:

In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the template
before attaching it to the email, I don't have any explanation.

You could try zipping the template and attaching the zip file to the
email. That has the small advantage that a zip file automatically
includes a CRC checksum, so if the file is being changed in any way by
the email transport, it'll report a mismatch.

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 17:37:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 13:04:15 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there's a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there's also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you're editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.
.

.

  #7  
Old February 12th, 2010, 05:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Carl_B[_2_]
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 17
Default Quick Parts in a Template

I went back to my template and made certain that the Quick Parts have been
saved in the template - they have. I emailed to a collegue, with the same
result. Some of the custom Quick Parts was missing.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

I'm in the same situation (near Philadelphia). This snow thing is
starting to get old. :-(

On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 06:10:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you, I will try zipping the file. If it works I will let you know for
future reference. But not till tomorrow, as I am home today. Our fair city
has "closed" due to a minor snow storm (see the weather in the mid-atlantic
region of the US)
When this is done, and after last weekend, my back yard will have about 40
inches
"Jay Freedman" wrote:

In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the template
before attaching it to the email, I don't have any explanation.

You could try zipping the template and attaching the zip file to the
email. That has the small advantage that a zip file automatically
includes a CRC checksum, so if the file is being changed in any way by
the email transport, it'll report a mismatch.

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 17:37:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 13:04:15 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there's a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there's also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you're editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.
.

.

.

  #8  
Old February 13th, 2010, 04:48 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Jay Freedman
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 9,488
Default Quick Parts in a Template

Can you eliminate email from the situation, by copying the template
through a network or on physical media such as CD or USB stick?

Also, what happens if you copy the template to some removable media,
delete it from your hard drive, and then copy it back to the same
folder? Do the quick parts stay or disappear?

The part I find most mystifying is when one quick part disappears and
the other one doesn't. Is it always the same one?


On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 08:33:02 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I went back to my template and made certain that the Quick Parts have been
saved in the template - they have. I emailed to a collegue, with the same
result. Some of the custom Quick Parts was missing.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

I'm in the same situation (near Philadelphia). This snow thing is
starting to get old. :-(

On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 06:10:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you, I will try zipping the file. If it works I will let you know for
future reference. But not till tomorrow, as I am home today. Our fair city
has "closed" due to a minor snow storm (see the weather in the mid-atlantic
region of the US)
When this is done, and after last weekend, my back yard will have about 40
inches
"Jay Freedman" wrote:

In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the template
before attaching it to the email, I don't have any explanation.

You could try zipping the template and attaching the zip file to the
email. That has the small advantage that a zip file automatically
includes a CRC checksum, so if the file is being changed in any way by
the email transport, it'll report a mismatch.

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 17:37:01 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tue, 9 Feb 2010 13:04:15 -0800, Carl_B
wrote:

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there's a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there's also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you're editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.
.

.

.

  #9  
Old April 6th, 2010, 03:44 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Ian Hunneybell
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Posts: 1
Default Losing Quick Parts

Hi Carl_B,

Simmilar problem here in the UK.

I am wondering whether my Quick Parts are being stored elsewhere.

In my case, I have created my own template for use by others, and stored the Quick Parts in this template. If I open the template they are there

However, when making changes to this template, I am unable to directly save the file (as a template) since Word wants to save a document-that-is-based-on-the-template rather than an updated template. Instead, I have to explicitly "Save As..." and then choose Word template as the document type. But then, of course, Word won't let me save to the current template because it is open, so I have to choose a different filename.

When I open this new template, it has lost the Quick Parts I had earlier created. It is as though Word (or the Building Blocks Organizer) is not changing the location of the Quick Parts. Rename a template file and the Building Blocks Organizer shows the new location of the Quick Parts, but "Save As" a new template and it doesn't.

At best, quirky, at worst, buggy.

Still trying to find a solution...





Carl_B wrote:

Quick Parts in a Template
09-Feb-10

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 4:04 PM
Carl_B wrote:

Quick Parts in a Template
I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 5:58 PM
Jay Freedman wrote:

Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?
Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there is a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there is also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you are editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so all may benefit.

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 8:37 PM
Carl_B wrote:

Thank you for the response.
Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 11:06 PM
Jay Freedman wrote:

In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the templatebefore
In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the template
before attaching it to the email, I do not have any explanation.

You could try zipping the template and attaching the zip file to the
email. That has the small advantage that a zip file automatically
includes a CRC checksum, so if the file is being changed in any way by
the email transport, it will report a mismatch.

On Wednesday, February 10, 2010 9:10 AM
Carl_B wrote:

Thank you, I will try zipping the file.
Thank you, I will try zipping the file. If it works I will let you know for
future reference. But not till tomorrow, as I am home today. Our fair city
has "closed" due to a minor snow storm (see the weather in the mid-atlantic
region of the US)
When this is done, and after last weekend, my back yard will have about 40
inches
"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Wednesday, February 10, 2010 10:35 AM
Jay Freedman wrote:

I am in the same situation (near Philadelphia).
I am in the same situation (near Philadelphia). This snow thing is
starting to get old. :-(

On Friday, February 12, 2010 11:33 AM
Carl_B wrote:

I went back to my template and made certain that the Quick Parts have
I went back to my template and made certain that the Quick Parts have been
saved in the template - they have. I emailed to a collegue, with the same
result. Some of the custom Quick Parts was missing.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Friday, February 12, 2010 10:48 PM
Jay Freedman wrote:

Can you eliminate email from the situation, by copying the templatethrough a
Can you eliminate email from the situation, by copying the template
through a network or on physical media such as CD or USB stick?

Also, what happens if you copy the template to some removable media,
delete it from your hard drive, and then copy it back to the same
folder? Do the quick parts stay or disappear?

The part I find most mystifying is when one quick part disappears and
the other one does not. Is it always the same one?


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  #10  
Old April 6th, 2010, 07:43 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Stefan Blom[_3_]
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Posts: 4,556
Default Losing Quick Parts

If you want a template with Building Blocks to be globally available in
Word, you must save it to the Startup folder or the Document Building Blocks
folder.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



Ian Hunneybell wrote in message
...
Hi Carl_B,

Simmilar problem here in the UK.

I am wondering whether my Quick Parts are being stored elsewhere.

In my case, I have created my own template for use by others, and stored
the Quick Parts in this template. If I open the template they are there

However, when making changes to this template, I am unable to directly
save the file (as a template) since Word wants to save a
document-that-is-based-on-the-template rather than an updated template.
Instead, I have to explicitly "Save As..." and then choose Word template
as the document type. But then, of course, Word won't let me save to the
current template because it is open, so I have to choose a different
filename.

When I open this new template, it has lost the Quick Parts I had earlier
created. It is as though Word (or the Building Blocks Organizer) is not
changing the location of the Quick Parts. Rename a template file and the
Building Blocks Organizer shows the new location of the Quick Parts, but
"Save As" a new template and it doesn't.

At best, quirky, at worst, buggy.

Still trying to find a solution...





Carl_B wrote:

Quick Parts in a Template
09-Feb-10

I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added
two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I
e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 4:04 PM
Carl_B wrote:

Quick Parts in a Template
I have created a template for a group of individual to use and have added
two
Quick Parts items, both of which are specially formatted tables. If I
e-mail
the template to the users, one or both of these QuickParts items vanish.
I can not figure out why. Any suggestions welcomed.
What is the best means to deploy this template?

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 5:58 PM
Jay Freedman wrote:

Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?
Are you sure the Quick Parts are stored in that particular template?

When you first create a Quick Part, there is a dialog for supplying its
name, gallery, and category, and there is also a box labeled "Save in".
That defaults to Building Blocks.dotx, but the dropdown also gives you
the choice of Normal.dotm or (if you are editing another template or a
document based on another template) the current template. You would
have to select the proper template explicitly.

If the Quick Parts are in Building Blocks.dotx or Normal.dotm, you
can move it to the other template. First open the other template or a
document based on it. Open the Building Blocks Organizer from the
dropdown on the Quick Parts button. Select the Quick Part to move and
click the Edit Properties button, change the Save In setting, and
click OK. On closing the document, confirm that you want to save the
change.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup
so all may benefit.

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 8:37 PM
Carl_B wrote:

Thank you for the response.
Thank you for the response.
I am 100% confident that I saved it in the template, which I selected from
the drop-down. I did it three times.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Tuesday, February 09, 2010 11:06 PM
Jay Freedman wrote:

In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the templatebefore
In that case, and assuming that you saved and closed the template
before attaching it to the email, I do not have any explanation.

You could try zipping the template and attaching the zip file to the
email. That has the small advantage that a zip file automatically
includes a CRC checksum, so if the file is being changed in any way by
the email transport, it will report a mismatch.

On Wednesday, February 10, 2010 9:10 AM
Carl_B wrote:

Thank you, I will try zipping the file.
Thank you, I will try zipping the file. If it works I will let you know
for
future reference. But not till tomorrow, as I am home today. Our fair
city
has "closed" due to a minor snow storm (see the weather in the
mid-atlantic
region of the US)
When this is done, and after last weekend, my back yard will have about 40
inches
"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Wednesday, February 10, 2010 10:35 AM
Jay Freedman wrote:

I am in the same situation (near Philadelphia).
I am in the same situation (near Philadelphia). This snow thing is
starting to get old. :-(

On Friday, February 12, 2010 11:33 AM
Carl_B wrote:

I went back to my template and made certain that the Quick Parts have
I went back to my template and made certain that the Quick Parts have been
saved in the template - they have. I emailed to a collegue, with the same
result. Some of the custom Quick Parts was missing.

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

On Friday, February 12, 2010 10:48 PM
Jay Freedman wrote:

Can you eliminate email from the situation, by copying the templatethrough
a
Can you eliminate email from the situation, by copying the template
through a network or on physical media such as CD or USB stick?

Also, what happens if you copy the template to some removable media,
delete it from your hard drive, and then copy it back to the same
folder? Do the quick parts stay or disappear?

The part I find most mystifying is when one quick part disappears and
the other one does not. Is it always the same one?


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