Microsoft Office (and Microsoft word with the doc extension) is pretty much cross-platform, in that data files created with Word on a PC can be opened with Word on a Mac--and vice versa. I say that because sometimes there are font issues between the two platforms (do you have the same fonts installed on both systems), or a Preference setting (i.e., Preference setting making the document use default fonts on your computer rather than the fonts used in the transferred data file). Even a default page Margin setting can cause some problems.Mofflet said:Hello
Can apple create and edit a .doc file and transfer it to a windows pc?
I want to know how compatible it is as sometimes certain features such as tables get messed up when u use them cross platform.
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