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Old 11-13-2008, 11:03 PM
BarryG BarryG is offline
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I created a form in InfoPath for my boss. She has been successfully using it for six months. Yesterday I changed the resolution, icon sizing, spacing and font sizes, message box sizes etc for her monitor. After that ALL her Office documents - Excel, InfoPath, etc - changed font sizes, text box sizes, etc. What the heck went wrong?

BTW, the .xsn template file for her .xml InfoPath files is gone. She has limited computer skills and I think she deleted it. I've made a new one but am running into, you guessed it, sizing and spacing problems. I've had to make the two columns of text boxes look extraordinarily out of whack on screen to make it print evenly.

We tried to reset the resolution and other screen settings to no avail.

The printer now pops out two pages with the bottom text boxes on the second page instead of it all being neatly on one page.

Is there a way to make all her old, saved, need to be re-used, .xml files conform to the new .xsn file template in one fell swoop? If not I guess we'll just save new copies with old names to replace old files one by one (ouch!).

I would update to Office 2007 but I'm afraid her computer couldn't handle it and she would freak at the updated graphical interface.



Thanks for your replies.

Barry
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