I usually am placing large amounts of text in InDesign (CS6) that has been copied from a Microsoft Word (2011) doc. Lately, the pasted copy has varying versions of quotation marks and apotrophes (see below).
I prefer and have always had InDesign using the one on the right but, for the past few months, the one on the right is always used when pasted. I tend to use Adobe Garamond Pro, if that's relevant, which I'm sure it is. I'm not sure if this is a font problem or an issue with Word or ID. My guess is it's a Word issue (surprise, surprise) but am not sure how to fix this. It's really awful to search and replace punctuation in full brochures, etc. Is anyone else having this problem?
Don't see your example of apostrophes. But when you place your word doc. check "Show Import Options" and under Options see if "Use Typographer's Quotes" is checked.