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I have the same question Tony Mac. Replied on January 3, Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply?
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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? John McGhie Replied on January 4, Hi Mike: Upgrading your operating system to one that is four versions later than the one your software was designed for is "thrill-seeking", and you need to be prepared for some excitement.
The one that is likely to hit you immediately is that your autotexts are likely to all disappear! To recover from this, Quite Word, then find your Normal.
Either will fix it. It's better to move the template, since if things get lost later, Word will automatically find it again. Move Normal.
Neither Microsoft nor Apple are going to do anything about issues with old software, they both want you to buy a new one: You will probably get some issues with window layering: Word does not know about Mountain Lion's "Spaces". And you may find some fonts won't work: The new OS will gobble a few extra keystrokes you may have assigned elsewhere.