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If you have recently upgraded your operating system to Windows 8, and installed Office 2013, you will likely want to begin converting your old documents from earlier versions of Word to Word 2013. This is not a difficult task and, if you wish to enjoy the array of new features that Microsoft has added to the latest version of the most popular word processing tool in use, it should be done sooner rather than later.
Check the document version
First, you may want to check which version of Word was used to create the document on which you wish to work. Upon opening the document, if the title bar includes [Compatibility Mode], you are working in a previous version of Word; either Word 2010, Word 2007, or Word 97-2003. If you would like to know exactly which version of Word you are using, follow these simple steps:
In the Inspect Document section, click Check for Issues, and then click Check Compatibility.
Click Select versions to show.
You will see a check mark next to the name of the version of Word in which the document was created. However, if you do not see [Compatibility Mode], in the title bar upon opening the document, you are working in Word 2013, with all of the new features at your disposal.
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