Recover A Microsoft Word From Wrong Encoding
Ever experienced a strange unrecoverable file corruption or text-encoding mismatch while opening a word document? Usually, the language based file transactions are done by MS word. Sometimes when the translation process is not completed, the symptoms have to be tracked for getting the encoding problems as listed by the Microsoft help.
The encoding standards help the Microsoft Word and other applications to interpret the meaning from the encoded texts. On opening an MS word file, there are some indicators that represent text coding.
What happens when the encoding information don’t appear or match with content?
The view before you in MS word appears all jumbled and scrambled.
In such a case, choose the options screen and choose advanced options! Now by activating the option “Confirm the file format conversion on open” option in the general section, close the file and reopen the file. When the Convert File dialog box opens, choose the Encoded text, which gives a list of all the text encodings.
Some people use a new MS word for solving the text encoding issue. From the Insert menu, choose “File” to access the Insert File dialog box. Once this is done, the specific document can be used to bring out the contents to new document. The Microsoft help offers extensive support in this course.
Sometimes the encoding problems may relate to the font files activation on your system. At times, the OpenType typeface is expected with multilingual support, however, the version installed on PC might handle only one language in TrueType or PostScript Type 1 format. In such case, a different version of the typeface is required to view the file correctly.