Importing the whole document doesn't work. It just brings in the text
without the cell structure and completely blows the formatting. What
is REALLY strange about the cut and paste thing is that t creates an
"invisible" object of the correct size. If you double click the
invisible object, the table becomes visible in the embedded editor.
As soon as you click out, however, the object goes back to being
I ordred a copy of Wordperfect 2002 (cheap!) I'll test it and see if
that fixes the problem My other choice for workaround is importing
into Illustrator. Saving as an Illustrator file and then importing
THAT into Corel. Using a screen shot or other screen capture is
unacceptable as I need vector/editable.
Thanks for your help. I'll post an answer if I come up with one.
>Can you try and import the whole word document, rather than simply
>copy/paste. Also, as a real dirty fix, take a screen shot, or use Corel's
>word processor engine to do it in the first place. And no, WordPerfect will
>not open a Word Doc nativly, but will do so with filters. So out of the
>box, if you install the correct filters for WordPerfect you should be fine.
>Double check their website for their newest version and see what they can
>and cannot open.
>This is why i'm still using Office 2k. Good luck, hope you can get it.
On Wed, 30 Apr 2003 14:36:09 -0400, "Jeff Darrish"
>> This seems like a huge problem to me, but I have yet to find any
>> reference or suggested workarounds for this problem.
>> I am attempting to copy a table from Word XP into a CorelDraw 10 or 11
>> document under Windows XP. I have yet to do this successfully.
>> Under Windows 2000, with Office 2000, I can import from Word into
>> Corel 10 or 11 all day long without any problems.
>> Has anyone else experienced this and, if so, did you find a
>> workaround? Please Help!!!!! This is a huge issue and makes the
>> upgrade we just went though pointless.
>> As an aside... does anyone know if Wordperfect will open a Word
>> document natively? That might be an acceptable workaround for now.