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Hi there,
I have bought and installed Office for Mac, but i'm having issues with Word. I'm currently filling in job application forms, then when I open them on the PC to check them, the format has changed and symbols like the tick are missing.

Is there anyway around this? As I can't always check and change them on them PC.

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Are the job application forms being sent to PDF? If they are, that's the problem, but it could also be a matter of certain fonts not being the same on your Mac and the PC. Otherwise, generally forms and documents should look exactly the same on the two platforms. I'm assuming Office 2011 for the Mac and Office 2010 for Windows.
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Hiya,
Yeh its Office 2011 for Mac and Office 2010 for Windows. I've also tried it in Mircosoft Starter, same issue.
The documents are Word documents not pdf.

I came across this Known issues in Word 2011

But the option for Gulim wasn't available.

Hope you can help
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