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Old 06-04-2015, 09:25 AM
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Is there a way to convert a .dotm file to .dotx without losing the Macros on the first document?

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No. DOTX does not support macros. What exactly are you trying to do? The usual procedure is to create new documents from templates and save them as documents. While the document still has access to the template (i.e on your PC) the macros will still relate to that document.
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