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Use of STD 2.1 in Word 2007 and Word 2010 STD 2.1 works with Word 2007Reference manual . NOTE: STD 2.1 will not be optimized by ISO for Word 2007 and Word 2010. Installation To install STD 2.1 on Word 2007 and 2010, the installation instructions are the same as those provided at http://isotc.iso.org/livelink/livelink/fetch/2000/2122/3146825/4229629/templates/terms_std21.htm except that in Microsoft Vista and Windows 7 the STD.INI file shall be copied to C:\WINDOWS. The same security problems as with Office XP and 2003 (see B.4 in the template reference manual ) may be experienced. NOTE: If you are running Office 2007 in Windows XP, the latter needs to be upgraded to SP 2 or higher. User interface The STD toolbar does not appear in the foreground as in the previous versions of Word but is available in the "Add-Ins" tab of the Ribbon. The toolbar will normally appear in the "Custom Toolbars" group. An extra group "Menu Commands" may also appear although it is not useful and cannot be deleted; meanwhile, its presence does not have any adverse effect. NOTE: For information, there is a tool available which allow the STD toolbar to appear as in Word 2003; see http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Customization/CustomizeRibbon.htm for details. Best practice Files prepared in older versions of Word or in another environment will generally not be linked to the template when they are opened for the first time. To attach them to the STD template, • for Word 2007, click on the "Office" button, and then on the "Word Options" button; • for Word 2010, click on the "File" Ribbon tab and then on "Options". In the "Word Options" dialogue box, select "Add-Ins" in the left-hand pane then select "Templates" or "Word Add-Ins" in the "Manage" dropdown list at the bottom of the right-hand pane, and click on the "Go " ... button. In the "Templates and Add-ins" dialogue box, select the "Templates" tab, click on the "Attach " ... button, browse the "Attach Template" dialogue to locate "STD.DOT", select it and then click on the "Open" button (in the "Attach Template" dialogue box) and "OK" (in the "Templates and Add-ins" dialogue box). Then save and close the file, and reopen it. All new files created with the STD template will open in "compatibility mode" (this is indicated in the file name area at the top of the screen). In this mode, it is possible to work with the file based on the Word 97/2003 template in Word 2007 or 2010. NOTE: Consequently, some of the features of Word 2007 or 2010 will not be available. Please do not save the file in .docx format since ISO/CS does not accept this format yet. Detailed information regarding features that behave differently in Word 2010 and earlier versions is available at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/open-a-word-2010-document-in-an-earlier-version- of-word-HA010370115.aspx . For example, the equation editor in Word 2007 and 2010 is different to that in Word 97-2003. Essentially, the way in which equations are treated, the use of fonts (the new equation editor uses Cambria Math by default), the formatting of certain elements (e.g. the size and positioning of superscripts and subscripts), the input methods and the output format differ. Microsoft provides substantial background information about this new equation editor: for example consult http://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_office_word/archive/2006/10/04/equations-in-word-2007.aspx . Equations created using the equation editors in Word 2007 and 2010 become graphics when opened in Word 97 or 2003 and cannot be changed. Version 1.1 - 2011-06-01 Page 1 of 2 " id="pdf-obj-0-2" src="pdf-obj-0-2.jpg">

Use of STD 2.1 in Word 2007 and Word 2010

STD 2.1 works with Word 2007 and Word 2010 although the user interface has a different appearance and a few problems may be encountered. This document provides detailed information for the use of STD 2.1 in Word 2007 and Word 2010. It supplements the information provided in the Reference manual.

NOTE: STD 2.1 will not be optimized by ISO for Word 2007 and Word 2010.

Installation

To install STD 2.1 on Word 2007 and 2010, the installation instructions are the same as those provided at http://isotc.iso.org/livelink/livelink/fetch/2000/2122/3146825/4229629/templates/terms_std21.htm except that in Microsoft Vista and Windows 7 the STD.INI file shall be copied to C:\WINDOWS. The same security problems as with Office XP and 2003 (see B.4 in the template reference manual) may be experienced. NOTE: If you are running Office 2007 in Windows XP, the latter needs to be upgraded to SP 2 or higher.

User interface

The STD toolbar does not appear in the foreground as in the previous versions of Word but is available in the "Add-Ins" tab of the Ribbon. The toolbar will normally appear in the "Custom Toolbars" group. An extra group "Menu Commands" may also appear although it is not useful and cannot be deleted; meanwhile, its presence does not have any adverse effect.

NOTE: For information, there is a tool available which allow the STD toolbar to appear as in Word 2003; see http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Customization/CustomizeRibbon.htm for details.

Best practice

Files prepared in older versions of Word or in another environment will generally not be linked to the template when they are opened for the first time. To attach them to the STD template,

for Word 2007, click on the "Office" button, and then on the "Word Options" button;

for Word 2010, click on the "File" Ribbon tab and then on "Options".

In the "Word Options" dialogue box, select "Add-Ins" in the left-hand pane then select "Templates" or

"Word Add-Ins" in the "Manage" dropdown list at the bottom of the right-hand pane, and click on the "Go

" ...

button. In the "Templates and Add-ins" dialogue box, select the "Templates" tab, click on the "Attach " ... button, browse the "Attach Template" dialogue to locate "STD.DOT", select it and then click on the "Open" button (in the "Attach Template" dialogue box) and "OK" (in the "Templates and Add-ins" dialogue box). Then save and close the file, and reopen it.

All new files created with the STD template will open in "compatibility mode" (this is indicated in the file name area at the top of the screen). In this mode, it is possible to work with the file based on the Word 97/2003 template in Word 2007 or 2010.

NOTE: Consequently, some of the features of Word 2007 or 2010 will not be available. Please do not save the file in .docx format since ISO/CS does not accept this format yet. Detailed information regarding features that behave differently in Word 2010 and earlier versions is available at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/open-a-word-2010-document-in-an-earlier-version- of-word-HA010370115.aspx. For example, the equation editor in Word 2007 and 2010 is different to that in Word 97-2003. Essentially, the way in which equations are treated, the use of fonts (the new equation editor uses Cambria Math by default), the formatting of certain elements (e.g. the size and positioning of superscripts and subscripts), the input methods and the output format differ. Microsoft provides substantial background information about this new equation editor: for example consult

Equations created using the equation editors in Word 2007 and 2010 become graphics when opened in Word 97 or 2003 and cannot be changed.

Known problems and their solution

Problems encountered

 

Solution

A Run-time error 4120 "bad parameter" message

Your copy of Word.

MS Office needs to be personalized as follows. Open a new file in

appears when creating or opening a file based on the ISO template.

For Word 2007, click on the "Office" button, and then on the "Word Options" button, and in the left-hand pane, click on "Popular".

For Word 2010, click on the "File" Ribbon tab and then on "Options", and in the left-hand pane, click on "General".

Enter your "User name" and "Initials" in the appropriate fields in the right-hand pane in the section "Personalize your copy of Microsoft Office".

When working in Vista or

'PrivateProfileString' of

Open the Control panel/User accounts and turn off the User Account Control.

Windows 7, an error message appears stating

object 'System' failed.

The procedure cannot be described in detail since it varies depending on the operating system used and its edition: please refer to the Microsoft online help.

When using the STD template commands or when opening a file created

For Word 2007, click on the "Office" button, and then on the "Word Options" button, click Trust Center and select Trust Center Settings.

on a different PC, the error message 6068

For Word 2010, click on the "File" Ribbon tab, click on "Options" in the left-hand pane, select "Trust Center" and then click on the Trust Center Settings button in the right-hand pane and select "Macro Settings".

(programmatic access to Visual Basic Projects is not trusted) appears.

Change the settings to enable all macros and to trust access to the VBA project object model, then click OK twice. (The exact instructions cannot be given here since they vary depending on the edition of Office 2007 or 2010 used; please refer to the online help if necessary.)

Headers and footers are not

Display the headers and footers, and then in each section, select the field and press

visible when a new document is created

F9.

Headers and footers are not

Display the headers and footers, and then in each section, select the fields and press

updated when metadata are changed in Doc.Info

F9.

Footnotes: there is no space after the rule (footnote separator) and so it is too close to the footnotes

Do not worry about this.

Informative annexes: the annex title inserted is not in bold typeface

Select the annex title and specify Bold.

STD toolbar disappears

If two or more documents based on the STD template are opened simultaneously, the "Add-Ins" tab which contains the STD toolbar will sometimes disappear in one of the two documents.

To display the toolbar again, close the file and re-open it again.

If after doing this, the STD toolbar does not appear, it has probably been disabled; see the solution to that problem below.

STD toolbar is disabled

To re-enable the STD toolbar, proceed as follows:

in Word 2007: click on the "Office" button, "Word Options", "Add-ins" and look under "Disabled Application Add-ins";

in Word 2010: click on the "File" Ribbon tab, click on "Options" in the left-hand pane, select "Add-ins" and look under "Disabled Application Add-ins".

Then re-enable the Add-in.

Technical queries

If the answer to your problem is not listed above or in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), please send a technical query or comment to the following e-mail address: template@iso.org.