Hot answers tagged microsoft-office-2007
There is a plugin for WinMerge to compare Word, Excel, PDF and other document formats. Check out the xdocdiff plugin.
Found this info: "It only works on the Inbox folder" By default the new New Mail Desktop Alert will only show when the mail is delivered to the Inbox (as the option says as well in Tools-> Options-> button E-mail Options-> button Advanced E-mail Options). This means that when you have a rule configured to move your mail to a different ...
Easiest way I found, that doesn't require downloading dubious add-ons, is to just copy the spreadsheets into two Word 2010 documents and use the compare feature. Yes it would be easier if they introduced the feature into Excel as well, but this is quick, easy and give you a perfect summary of all the changes.
For Outlook 2007: Tools menu Options menu Spelling tab Spelling and AutoCorrection button AutoCorrect Options button AutoCorrect tab (default) Now you can either deselect the Replace Text As You Type option or you can leave it active and just remove the offending smilies from the list of replacements.
Try the ExcelDiff tool. It is free. It compares Excel files and writes the result to HTML files.
No. The new ribbon interface (fluent UI) is the only available menu style in office 2007. There is no official option to switch to the classic menu bars. (There are 3rd party apps and custom hacks that you could use to build up menus that looked like the old ones in the Ribbon - see tnorthcutt's answer) If you want my honest advice though, don't try and ...
Beyond Compare with the Excel File Format Add-ons. I wasn't able to get the xdocdiff plugin for WinMerge working (as suggested in this answer), but this solution works in a similar way, using Beyond Compare as the engine. The add-ons convert the Excel files into either CSV or XML (there's an add-on for both) and then a textual comparison is used on these ...
Start any Office application, such as Word. Click on the Office Menu (upper left) Click "Word options" at the bottom of the menu There, select "Resources" on the left The version number will be displayed alongside the "About" button on the right:
How do incoming emails arrive in different folders? Different email delivery locations or custom rules? If you use custom rules, add the action "Display a Desktop Alert" in the Rule Wizard, at the "Select action(s)" step where the "move it to the specified folder" is also defined. If you have a different delivery location per email account (as defined in ...
I find that a quicker way to do this is to just use F4 (or Ctrl-Y). Note that on this page it says that F4 will Repeat the last action, but Ctrl-Y will also do the same thing. On the Mac version (Office 2011) F4 does not work, so Cmd-Y is the only option. So, insert all your images without worrying about their size. Then right click on the first image ...
Try running Process Monitor or Process Explorer and capture what happens during "normal" operation as well as during the moments when it seems to slow down. That's a way of troubleshooting it. You could also try uninstalling Live Mesh and see if it makes a difference.
Piece of cake. 1) Enter your list of the fixed values. (These have to be in the same sheet as the cell you want to restrict) 2) Click on the cell you want to restrict. Select "validation" from the Excel "Data" pull down menu 3) In the pull down on the "Settings" tab select "List" 4) click In the box labeled "Source" then select the cells that contain the ...
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This can be a bit confusing since the Word 2007+ context menu on your document is a bit useless. Regardless, changing the orientation of a single document is simple if you know where to look. Follow the steps listed below to rotate a single page in your document. First, place your cursor on the page that you would like to rotate. If you want to insert a ...
Copied from Unprotect a Word Document so please vote him up over there. One possible solution. I think there are others as well. Open a protected document in MS Word Save as "Web Page (*.htm; *.html)", close Word Open html-document in any Text-Editor Search <w:UnprotectPassword> tag, the line reads something like that: ...
By default they're not in the Ribbon Tab but in the Quick Access Toolbar, Top Left, next to the Save button. Note that the Redo button is only activated after an Undo. If what you're trying to do is customize the Ribbon, Microsoft's answer is: The Ribbon, which is part of the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface, is designed to help you ...
CSV files contain only data, as comma-separated values. If you want to keep your formatting changes, save the file as an Excel file (i.e. myfile.xls), using the 'save as' file menu option.
I dont think so.... They may not add any custom themes concept because it exposes the security vulnerabilities.
At last after a lot of searching on the internet i found the problem. It is with the regional setting of the keyboard language that is selected. It is not about the version of Microsoft Word this problem will be happened in all versions from 2003 to 2013 The problem is when I choose Arabic Keyboard and open Microsoft Word all shortcuts (Ctrl + C, Ctrl + ...
I fixed this problem relatively easily by going to to the 'Office Button' > Prepare > Edit Links to files, and selecting 'Change Source'. I basically changed the source to a random blank Excel workbook within the same directory as the word document. After this, I carefully scanned through all Excel charts in my document. The faulty chart was caught ...
I think I have a solution: Go to Word > Word options > Advanced > General / Web options > Pictures: If target monitor has the value 72 for pixels per inch, change this to 96. Restart Word & Outlook. This finally fixed it for me. Hope it helps.
Take a look at http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=31 to see the latest status of support of Office 2007. Scroll down to see the actual apps, not just the installer. Executive summary is that it basically works, but there's a few corners in each app that's currently broken. Here are the results of the major apps: Word ...
The short answer is "you can't". it's a feature. See this comment by outblog in July 07 http://blogs.msdn.com/outlook/archive/2007/06/21/introducing-the-to-do-bar.aspx#3652822 "We intentionally decided that the To Do bar for Outlook 2007 would work the way it does, it isn't a bug that all day events or multiple-day events don't show up, that was the design ...
I don't believe there is a way to set the Office 2007 color schemes per application. I think that setting the color is done per the entire Office suite, no matter from which Office application the change was done:
The Super User Blog covered this recently—comparing several tools. (EDIT: As Requested) The three tools reviewed: Key Finder Thing License Crawler Product Key Finder and also referenced Magical Jelly Bean Key Finder.
From Default Picture Settings : If you have a need to format quite a few pictures using the same settings, the easiest approach is to create a quick-and-dirty macro to apply the formatting settings you want. You could then paste the picture, select it, and then run the macro. You can create such a macro by following these general steps: ...
Whenever I need to use OpenOffice it feels like I've stepped back to Office XP or Office 2000 in terms of UI experience (it's not even Office 2003 yet). That said, Office XP is certainly good enough for many of your users. What I'd be more worried about is the quality of OpenOffice's document translation, when saving to and opening from Microsoft's file ...
Office 2007 still has all the same options as previous version (for the most part). When you can't find something you're used to in Office 2007, it's usually under the Office Button. :) Anyhow, to change the Enter key behavior you need to access the Excel Options window. To do this you can click on the Office Button--> Excel Options (located at the ...
Assuming that you are using a Page Break on your title page, then Insert your table after the title (I'd insert it on a new line so that it doesn't have the title's style) Right click the table and select Table Properties.... In Table tab, Text wrapping select Around, which makes the nearby Positioning... button active. In Positioning dialog select ...
Well, problem solved: it seems there was another installed instance of Office 2007 helpfully called '2007 Microsoft Office System' so it sat at the top of the list of software in the Control Panel rather than among the entries for "Microsoft...." applications. Once this was removed and Office 2007 'proper' removed and reinstalled (again) the problem went ...
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