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I used the (PNG) image as a texture and it repeated just fine in Office 2010.


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Without Javascript, the answer is no. However, I know you can batch edit files within Adobe Bridge. I'd give that a shot, specially for a simple function like changing saturation.


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It works for me with Windows 10 theme packs. If it doesn't work, make sure that you have already installed 7-Zip or equivalent so that option is available when you right-click.


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There's a utility called identify that comes with the ImageMagick package. It provides a checksum (MD5, I seem to recall) of the image data (not including tags) of the image. This can be used to find duplicates. I go into this in some depth in my post about de-duplicating iPhoto libraries--but the concepts are applicable to other situations too. I don't ...


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In Windows, there is an easier way that doesn't need any software. 1) Capture the screen in an image file 2) Open the file with MS Paint 3) Use Paint's pick color and pick the color 4) Press "Edit Colors" button 5) You have the RGB values!


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For years I've struggled with the same problem: Screenshots inserted via Cut&Paste (or Word's own function "Insert screenshot") sometimes get blurred, sometimes not. But it seems I've found a stunningly simple solution now (Windows 7, Word 2013): Switch your document to Print Layout (View->Print Layout). Set the zoom level to 100% (View->100%). Paste ...


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This is an idea I have from a software I frequently use. Dysprosium software is downloadable here. You need to use two software they put there. One Dysprosium (Dolce Edition 2015) converts your slices into PDF files and the second one, Dysprosium Imposition, imposes PDF's in two-in-one. Correspondence is one to one hence, two A5 becomes one A4. If you ...


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(1) You can open the file in Word 2013 (just use File - Open), where you can copy the image. Resolution is good enough for printing, but not sure if the same as original. (2) Freeware viewer SumatraPDF (very good if you use LaTeX) has a menu option "Copy image" when you right-click on the image. I think it preserves the resolution (though I saw files from ...



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