The error went away when we changed the style called "Dan's claims" to "Dan's Spec style".
I am assuming that because the stylesheet had the word "claims" in it, the software... more »
The DOCX website claims drawings can be filed via docx, however every time I have tried to file drawings at the end of a docx, they always get labeled as part of the abstract. The document processing should get worried if an abstract is more than 1 page anyway, but how do you get drawings recognized?
Provide an example documents with examples of best practices. For example I use the following fields to generate the paragraph numbering [SEQ paragraph \# "0000" \* MERGEFORMAT]. I think this formatting is being rejected by the USPTO. Our paralegal often removes stylesheets and field codes to in order to ensure that documents will be uploaded. Please provide example stylesheets that you know work.
Page numbers are reset on conversion to start at 1 in each split file component. The original page numbers should be retained.
PTO pronouncements on this subject are inconsistent. If the DOCX is not the official text, why force us to use it? If it is, why is there a message warning us that the converted PDFs will be considered the official text?