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If you open a document with controls created in an earlier version of Word, you may need to convert the controls for Word 2007. To convert legacy controls to Word 2007: 1. Open the document created in an earlier version of Word. A security alert may display because of the ActiveX controls. 2. Click the Microsoft Office button. 3. Click Convert. A prompt will display a warning that the layout of the document may change. 4. Click OK.
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CHAPTER 11 USING TEMPLATES, FORM CONTROLS, AND XML 251
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When you re preparing an online form, it sounds contradictory to say restrict the user from editing the document because you obviously expect users to change the document when they fill in the form. However, you don t want users to be able to edit the document because they could change the content and the overall layout of the form. They could even remove the content controls (either purposely or accidentally). So, it is important to protect the document by restricting the user from making changes to the document, except where there are content controls. To establish editing restrictions that allow users to only fill in forms, you use the Protect Document command in the Protect group (see Figure 11-9). More information about other formatting and editing restrictions is covered in 9.
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Figure 11-9 You can protect the document so the user can only make changes in the document by responding to the content controls. After specifying the restrictions, you enter a password so other users cannot remove the protection. Be sure to remember your password, or write it down and keep it in a safe place. If you can t recall your password, you won t be able to edit the document. To protect the entire document and still allow users to fill in the form: 1. Click the Protect Document button in the Protect group. The Restrict Formatting and Editing task pane will display. 2. Under Editing restrictions, turn on Allow only this type of editing in the document. 3. In the drop-down box, select Filling in forms. 4. Under Start enforcement, click Yes, Start Enforcing Protection. 5. Enter a password twice and click OK. If you attempt to delete or edit a content control in a protected document, the Restrict Formatting and Edits task pane will display, with a message noting that the document is protected. To remove the protection, click the Stop Protection button at the bottom of the pane. If the protection is password protected, you will need to enter the password before the protection is removed.
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252 CHAPTER 11 USING TEMPLATES, FORM CONTROLS, AND XML
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The intent of this section is to provide a conceptual overview of XML so you can understand how XML can read tags created in Word. However, it is beyond the scope of this book to get into the details. To learn more about XML, you can refer to Office 2003 XML for Power Users by Matthew MacDonald (Apress, 2004) and Beginning XML with DOM and Ajax: From Novice to Professional by Sas Jacobs (Apress, 2006). XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a data format that uses elements to describe the information contained in a document. Unlike HTML, which describes the look and feel of a document, XML describes the data structure of a document. You can use XML to mark information in a Word document so the data can be sorted, filtered, and manipulated for use in other applications. If the application supports XML, it can read, interpret, and process your XML data. Word XML features were first introduced in the Office 2003 suite, allowing users to save XML elements with the document. If users move or delete some of the XML elements, the entire document is damaged. The new Word 2007 format stores pieces of document information into separate XML files. For example, information about the header and footer for a document would be stored in a separate file from information about the body of the document. This new format makes the information easier to recover and more secure. The XML commands are accessible in the XML group on the Developer tab (see Figure 11-10).
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Figure 11-10 The XML features provide a means for exchanging data between applications. To demonstrate how XML can be used in Word documents, consider the following scenario: every time a company receives referrals for a prospective customer, the company sends a letter of introduction. When the letter is created, the contact information is marked with XML tags. The tagged information can be used for several other purposes. For example, the company can extract the data and use it to create customized merge letters or mailing labels for promotions. When a prospective customer buys company goods, the data can be used for invoices. You re probably thinking, Why doesn t the company just create a database The answer is that XML data is not limited to the application that captured it. XML data can be manipulated with numerous applications and operating systems. If the company outsources its billing, as long as the billing service company uses software that is compatible with XML, the XML data can be easily transferred between databases. So what is XML, and how does it work The following sections describe how to use XML features to capture the data for the scenario provided.
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