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You can also simply right-click the Desktop & click refresh. This saves the icon positions (at least it does on XP). Move an icon Kill explorer (& restart it, if it don't auto-restart) Notice icon moves back (because it wasn't saved) Move icon again Right-click on the Desktop -> click Refresh Kill explorer Notice icon doesn't move back (since this ...


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Based on this guide from the MS Word MVP FAQ site. Quotes are from the article; screenshots were taken for this post. In Word 2007, on the Home tab, locate the Paragraph group. Click the dialog launcher (small arrow) in the bottom right corner to open the Paragraph dialog. Select the Line and Page Breaks tab. “Keep lines together,” as the name ...


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The Border Padding setting is under the Personalization/Window Color/Advanced appearance settings. This window will pop up. Open the drop down and select Border Padding.


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Type the first bit of text normally. Then, go to the Insert menu, choose Section, click on the Columns tab, and then choose two columns. That will give you two columns just for that section, rather than for the entire page.


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You can find a full list of Word 2007's supported CSS here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa338201%28office.12%29.aspx Yes, it's shockingly poor but would you expect anything else from Microsoft's Office team? Here's a quick reference list of CSS2 that you can't use: azimuth background-attachment background-image background-position ...


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The problem here is that the "two page view" you're using is just a two-page zoom, not a final print layout. I would recommend putting the blank page in for your reviewing, and then take it out just before print time.


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CTRL+W is all things splits: CTRL+W,+ - enlarges the current split panel CTRL+W,- - shrinks the current split panel CTRL+W,= - evens the split panels size CTRL+W,CTRL+W - moves the focus to the next split panel O believe you're looking for CTRL+W,=


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http://download.intel.com/design/processor/designex/320837.pdf from page 52+


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These layouts are language dependent and based on the relative letter frequencies: QWERTY - English QWERTZ - German AZERTY - French The reasons for using these other keyboard layouts is that the letters unique to those languages are present as keys on the keyboard rather than having to be accessed via codes or the character map program. Though the French ...


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I believe what's happening is that your new captions are automatically numbered, but the references to them are not automatically updated. There are a couple of ways to handle this. The first is easiest, but you have to remember to do it. Press Ctrl-A to select all the text in the document. Press F9 If you want the fields to be correct before printing ...


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If you have a graphics program that can subtract images or do a layer with a subtraction blend mode, use that. Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro are two examples, and the GIMP probably works too. Unfortunately it doesn't work directly with Powerpoint files, you have to save each page as a graphic file.


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This should get you a good chunk of what you want: \begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}{ l l } \hline The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog & Another example of text \\ \hline The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog & Another example of text \\ \end{tabular*} Some explanation: The tabular* environment lets you set a lot of layout ...


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If you have all layers as separate files you can use Contact Sheet addon to arange them in rows/columns. It might even work with layers directly in the file, not sure. You can find the addon on your install disk in Goodies folder, should also be available on Adobe's site (here's a link for windows version for CS4 ...


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A way to force Windows to save desktop icon positions without using third-party utilities: Open Notepad and enter some text, so that if you were to close it, it would show a confirmation dialog. Attempt to log off. Notepad (and possibly other applications) will ask you whether you want to save changes. Click Cancel. This will prevent Windows from logging ...


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I can't test it, but this may help you. Hope that helps. —Alberto


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I don't know if there is a direct way to convert the files so that the window layout converts to the new 2.5 layout, however this solution should accomplish what you want. If you just start Blender with a new scene, then import the scene from your old file it should work. Start Blender 2.5 Delete the default box, camera and light (It won't let you delete ...


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I think you can just drag the table to where you want it once you've created it. Or more formally try setting the table's position relative to the margin or page, rather than to the column. You will need to play with the wrapping too (probably set it to Around).


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Go to the regional and language settings by clicking on your language Then choose the layout tab Click option button Chose key(s) to change layout Select your favorite


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Start>Control Panel > Region and Language > Keyboards and Languages tab> Change keyboards> click on the one you want to remove, and click remove. Then click OK, and your done! EDIT: if the answer below mine doesn't work, then I'd try installing then uninstalling it.


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Using different keywords when searching, I finally landed on this page in Microsoft Office 2010 Forums, which explained the problem from an MS Word perspective. It appears that Skype Click To Call, which apparently automatically installs itself with Skype, causes this problem. I removed it and suddenly everything works as expected again, I can do normal ...


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Two pages are just for preview. Just be sure that you select "Book fold" in Page setup dialog under "Multiple pages" since that will produce desired effect once book is printed. If you really need "real" page view in two page view, only solution that I am aware of is to insert blank page on start.


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After some great ideas from quack quixote, I tried some other stuff and found an answer to this question. I converted the Word document to PDF and, then using Illustrator, opened the document and formatted it the way I needed to and added page numbers. Then I can save back into a PDF. It worked nicely, and I gained additional formatting flexibility.


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Dreamweaver CS5/Mac is pretty darn flexible; it's really a question of what it is exactly that you're trying to do. The Application Bar can be turned off (and on again) by choosing Window > Application Bar. If you have multiple documents you want to combine into a single tabbed window, choose Window > Combine as Tabs. The panels are a little trickier, ...


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It depends on what you used and learned first. That will be the best for you. Keyboard Layouts are all in their own way "the best". DVORAK for example is developed to reduce muscle fatigue by arranging the keys in a way they are most used. Maybe you should read this Wiki article about Keyboardlayouts to choose whichone is the best for you.


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OK as I said earlier , its just User Preferences but some notable points are Advantage of QWERTY would be characters {, }, [, ], \ are reachable from the right hand Disadvantage of QWERTY would be You cannot type these characters ä, ö, ü, and ß


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Yes, that is possible. I just tested it in MS Word 2003 by creating different H1, H2 and H3 headings. On the first page I inserted the complete TOC, under (or onto the second page with a page break [Ctrl-Enter]) I inserted another TOC including only H1 headings, and this works correctly. Please give it a try in another document.


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I found the answer myself. There's no setting for this, but I managed to do this by modifying the source code. The file "includes/CategoryPage.php" has a function "columnList", by changing the two numbers "3" to whatever you want will do it.


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To insert a header (or footer) containing information from a styled heading, use a StyleRef field, for example: {STYLEREF "Heading 1"} would insert the text of the first Heading 1 on the current page. If no such style is found on the current page, it works backwards through the document to find the previous one, so this shows "chapter headings" quite ...


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I haven't done this since Word '97 so I can't provide a step-by-step procedure, but either method should be quite achievable: You could manually add page numbers in a page footer; formatting won't be overly difficult that way. Use centered tabstops in the footer prototype to make numbering easier. Or, you can revert to a standard document designed for ...


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Because xmonad's keybindings are by keysym, not keycode, and there are no command bindings for Cyrillic keysyms. (Bug 398) You should probably copy the default key bindings (see http://xmonad.org/xmonad-docs/xmonad/src/XMonad-Config.html) and add Cyrillic versions.



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