Microsoft has published an introduction to how Word 2010 will work. Interesting concepts here for technical writers and others who use Word for document creation. Image by Ivan Walsh via Flickr Microsoft starts by saying that: In the past, individuals worked on relatively simple, local documents, from their office. Today, it is common for groups […]
Crop marks are markers that appear in the top left and right of your Microsoft Word documents.
These are called ‘crop marks’. To remove these, you have to disable Asian language support.
This often appear after you open a file which has an Asian language setting; Microsoft Office might activate this setting to display embedded fonts. It’s just trying to be helpful. The thing is: how do you remove it? When you open a document in Microsoft Word, margin marks or crop marks may appear on each corner of the page.