Word 2016 File > Convert command

I have been looking for the Convert command from the File tab to place on my Quick Access Toolbar, but I can't seem to find it from the list of All Commands.  Is it not an option?  If not, can I create a macro for it to add to my Quick Access Toolbar?

 

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Last updated November 11, 2019 Views 221 Applies to:

Hi Deb,

Convert feature is also available in Word 2016, which you can add to your Quick Access Toolbar. If this doesn't show up to your current Word document, we suggest to open a new blank document in Word, then check if the Convert feature will show up.

We look forward to your reply.

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The command you want is the long-winded "Convert to Office Open XML File Format" which you can find in the File Tab group or in the All Commands group.

The Convert command that Ariel pointed at is for converting ink notations to OneNote -- you have to pay attention to the tooltips that appear when the mouse pointer hovers over a command name.

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