DOCX is a file extension of the Office Open XML (OOXML) document format. OOXML documents are zipped, XML-based file formats developed by Microsoft for representing a variety of office suite types of documents.

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DOCX to PDF… with Custom Document Properties

TLDR: How can I convert a DOC(X) to a PDF and keep CustomDocumentProperties and Fields - so that I can programmatically update the Custom Properties and print the PDF via a Windows Service? !TLDR We ...
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Pixel-to-pixel conversion of .docx file to PDF

I am looking for some type of DOCX to PDF converter that can be used through the command line. I don't need any of the functionality of the original .docx to be preserved. I basically just want a ...
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Convert HTML to DOCX on linux

Is there a way to convert HTML to DOCX file on linux. I tried Converting HTML to odt, doc, docx, but did not find the right way to handle CSS while converting to DOCX.
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Batch rename multiple bookmarks in Word .docx file

Is it possible to rename multiple bookmarks in standard Word 97-2003 doc file? I just finished a 400 page document, in Word 2010, with several hundred bookmarks that must be renamed and I definitely ...
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Microsoft Word Read-Only Document - Avoid Unwanted Tab Space

I have a read-only Microsoft Word (docx) document that has (in addition to explanatory read-only text) a few editable forms. In one of these forms, there are two columns. Each column has a ...
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Fitting images to document's margins in a docx file

I've got a docx file with many figures, all do not fit the margins of the document. I can manually adjust the sizes of the figures in the file, but would love to have some way to automate this ...
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Word file converter that removes compatibility mode

I have a user who has a lot of files that need to be converted from .doc to docx. A fully batched process is not the right way to go but multiple files are needed. I think that a right-click in ...
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Is there a way to convert MS 2010 Equation to Object in MS Equation 3.0?

I have a lot of equations (for faculty) written in MS Equation (button from right side) and saved it in .docx format. All good and the best until my professor told me that he has MS 2003 and I have ...
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I can't open a .docx file saved in a mac inside a windows computer; what is wrong?

Many many many pages appear instead with random characters per page. What's up? Here's a preview of what's up: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ...
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Microsoft Word 2007 - Heading Styles

I have a word doucment which uses two heading styles. Throughout the document, Word happily uses the associated formatting for Heading styles 1 and 2. These two headings have been formatted to include ...
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How to edit Word 2010 opening docx-files

In previous Windows versions, I could edit the command line, an application associated to a file extension, used to open a file. Now I am using Windows 7 and Word 2010 - and would like to see/edit ...
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Word overriding display of hidden index text

I have several documents in Word2010 in which I have created an index. With the Display Hidden Text option set off, the XE entries in the text do not display - as you would expect. However, whenever ...
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Convert DOCX footnotes into HTML or plain text?

I have a Drupal installation and a bunch of DOCX files. Like--several years of Sunday sermons? I don't want to preserve 99% of the formatting, but they have footnotes. I don't particularly care HOW ...
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Can Word change the format of embedded images in a docx file?

I've got a Word document that's massively bloated due to some images embedded in the document being saved as 5-40 MB emf files instead of a jpg that takes up .1% of the size. Does Word have any built ...