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Jacquie Hill-BowerJacquie Hill-Bower
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Hi Jon

If you have a fairly simple text document without a lot of graphics, you may be able to have your customers edit the document in WordPad. WordPad is a basic word processor that is included with almost all versions of Microsoft Windows from Windows 95 onwards.

In order for WordPad to open a Word document, the Word document must have a .docx file extension.  The formatting may change somewhat but it will allow for editing and the ability for your customers to send the plan back to you electronically.  Not a perfect solution but it may work.

Kind Regards, Jacquie