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  1. Hi All I'm thinking my issue may have a simple resolution, but I've had no joy from tech support or the online help as yet, can anyone help? I am using NVivo 11 and have imported transcripts (internals) and applied nodes (codes) to various portions of the text. I have activated coding stripes so I can see where each node is applied and that's all fine and dandy. I just now want to be able to export each transcript in word format (not PDF as they do not import into word well at all) showing coding stripes and paragraph numbers. I can then use these in my report as an annex at the end of the document. The report wizard throws up a million questions and I have no idea what its asking me, how is that a wizard? Is there a way to do this? Many thanks in advance Joel
  2. HI all, i'm trying to code several transcripts saved as Word documents. I find each time I code the document at an existing node, after doing so, the document loses my current place and instead returns to the top of the page, meaning I have to scroll all the way back down to where I was at each time, which is frustrating. My text is in a table, don't know if this may explain the issue. Has anyone else encountered this and is there a workaround at all? Thanks! Kate