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How to associate different templates with different file extensions in Microsoft Word?

How can I have different default settings, or templates, (font, margin, etc) when different file types are open in MS Word 2010? For example, .txt files should have a red font, .wri files green font ...
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How can I save a Word document as a PDF *without* any embedded fonts?

I have Microsoft Word 2010 and I am trying to use it to create a PDF document with a catch. I do NOT want any of the fonts used embedded. However, all the save options I have tried result in ...
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CMU Serif font is buggy in Word 2010

When writing academic reports I tend to use CMU Serif as my font in Word to style it like a LaTex document. However after a few minutes of using it, it seems to suddenly do unexpected things. The ...
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Make words look like keystrokes in Microsoft Word

Is there an easy way in Microsoft Word 2010 to make words appear like keystrokes the way we can here in Superuser? Something like this: Ctrl + V I know that <kbd> is an HTML tag, but in ...
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Why Does Text Get Squished Up In Word 2010 With A Translucent Watermark?

You may experience an anomaly in Word 2010 that looks like this: The expected result is supposed to be normally-displayed text. In the picture below, the text that is circled contains approximately ...
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Installed font is missing in Word

I installed a new OTF font in Windows 7 and it is still listed as missing in Word 2010. Why? This may be related A font does not render in Word, Windows says it is installed, but there is no ...
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Where can I find Word 2010 fonts?

I have Word 2010 with an option for the font bubble1. My printing company needs this font to print something, but it is not available on their systems, so I'm trying to find a way to download this ...
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How does Windows group font files?

I've downloaded a font. The ZIP contains 3 files: my-font-regular.otf my-font-medium.otf my-font-demi.otf I've clicked every file to view it and then clicked the Install button. Now MS Word ...
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Is there a “super font” to simulate a typewriter?

I need to have a realistical output, as if I had typed with a typewriter. For this a font is not enough, I found many of them at this address but they are just fonts. I need something more, like a ...