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The flippant answer is back up the file and try it
RH's HTML includes various RH specific tags (e.g. KADOV) and also has it's own method of applying syntax. One of my particular favourites is <span style="font-weight: bold;"> instead of <b>. Anyway, all your messgae says is that a non-RH editor won't operate in quite the same way when it generates HTML. As a result the code may cause problems. What problems, or indeed whether they will be any, depends on what you change. To be honest it will be a case of try it and see.
Basically, you probably have RoboHelp HTML configured as the default editor. This is simply an admonishment or warning that if you edit the topic using a different editor, you might see unexpected results.
Out of curiosity, why would you want to edit using Word 2003? HTML from Word is awful.
Try harder Colum. Beat this one.
<p style="font-weight: normal;"><strong style="font-weight: normal;">Field</strong></p>
I think <p>Field</p> would suffice!
Thanks for the responses. Rick, I don't really want to use Word--I'm just trying to figure out a way my reviewers can get their comments and changes back to me. And this is pretty much the answer I anticipated--I know that Word creates ugly HTML code.