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Bonjour, je souhaiterais passer mon rendu indesign sur Word. C’est pour un curriculum vitae que je fais à une amie. Elle veut pour voir le modifier sur Word. Comme je dois faire?

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Bonjour, je souhaiterais passer mon rendu indesign sur Word. C’est pour un curriculum vitae que je fais à une amie. Elle veut pour voir le modifier sur Word. Comme je dois faire?

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You can insert your Type tool and then click File > Export the text for editing in Word. However, you cannot edit the whole InDesign layout in Word.

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Or you can try to export your indesign file to pdf and than from Acrobat Pro export it to word (File > Export > word).

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It takes a few steps, but it's easy to provide your friend a résumé in Microsoft Word format from InDesign.

 

If she needs it as a text document, say, for online submission and digital processing for keywords and corporate filing, you'd want to highlight all the text, then use the File>Export... menu command and in the Save as type: options box choose Rich Text Format (*.rtf) option. Then open the .rtf file in MSWord and apply appropriate massaging as necessary to make it readable and attractive. Use the File>Save As menu command in MSWord and save the result as either a Word97-2003 Document (*.doc) file, which gives her the most portablility to use that file for a wide range of software, or the Word Document (*.docx) which is compatible with the most recent versions of MSWord and many — though not as many as the older .doc format — other word processing packages.

 

Be sure to give your friend both the .rtf and .doc/.docx files so she's ready with the widest range of text applications for providing her résumé. I'm hopeful she'll appreciate your efforts for her.

 

And I hope this helps you,

 

Randy

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