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Click "Compress Pictures" to remove the cropped content. Delete cropped areas of picture Even after you crop parts of a picture, the cropped parts remain as part of the picture file. You can reduce the file size by removing the croppings from the picture file. It is also a good idea to do this to help prevent other people from viewing the ...
I had the same issue. To edit the background: Click on View -> Slide Master Click on View -> Slide Master again. All the background images will become editable and copy-pasteable. Definitely not intuitive.
Yes, this is possible - to do this you need to: Set the Title style to your desired Outline level so it will be available in the Table of Contents: Open the Styles window (Alt+Ctrl+Shift+S) Scroll down to the Title style and select Modify... Click the Format button and select Paragraph... Set the Outline level to your desired level This will add ...
Does your MS-Exchange server provide web-based access to your eMail? If so, try logging into that and creating the rule there (and then it will have to be server-side).
Insert a WordArt object, then, in Drawing Tools - Format, look at Text Effects - Transform. Does that give you what you want? If not, you can still get the old style. Save the file in Word 2003 format, and now when you choose Insert - WordArt, you'll see the legacy choices. Reference: Old Style Word Art in Word 2010?
It's not really a flaw, that's just the way these presentation software work so you can adjust things easily (without reloading the original image each time you make a change). What about cropping the image in an image editor first? That way you know that other data is gone from the file, and it makes your resulting PowerPoint Presentation or Word Document ...
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 ...
No. It has AutoRecover and Track Changes but not a versioning history. You may be interested in using P4OFC if you need version control on Office documents. Perforce Plug-in for Microsoft Office P4OFC, the Perforce Plug-in for Microsoft Office, allows Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project files to be easily stored and managed in ...
I have tried it and it works. Just download the trial version corresponding to the version you have, and when it asks you to enter the product key enter your key and it will complete the full install process.
It's "Alt+=", but it only works in docx files and you should have VB-component installed to enable macros.
It sounds like it is saved in the slide master. This should work (although I am by far not a PowerPoint expert). In the ribbon click on the "View" tab, and then click on Slide Master The left hand side preview should update, and you can now click on the first slide (which is the master slide). Right-click on the first slide and select Master Layout. ...
From the MS TechNet site - Changes in Word 2010: Microsoft Office Document Imaging (MODI) MODI provided a common document imaging and scanning solution for Office. It was also the basis of the Fax feature for Office. When MODI was installed, it was the default handler for .tif, .tiff, and .mdi files. In Office 2010, MODI is fully deprecated....
Let the printer driver do it, if it can. In Word 2010, keep the landscape orientation of the document In Word's print pane, select '1 Page Per Sheet' In Word's print pane, click 'Printer Properties' In my HP printer's properties, on the 'Printing Shortcuts' tab, I select '2 pages per sheet' Click 'OK' to close the printer properties window Back in Word, ...
According to this page that interprets the Office EULA, a retail copy of Office can be installed on both a desktop and laptop for your own use. I bought a Retail Copy of Office and installed it on my PC. Can I install it on my laptop, too? Yes. You can install Office on your laptop as long as you are the exclusive user of the laptop. This means ...
A Word file can contain multiple versions. Use menu File | Info | Manage Versions. Otherwise, it is only possible using some external software (version control or SharePoint).
Microsoft does something weird with the shortcuts for Office applications (and others). I don't know why they do this but I'm sure they have their reasons. Anyway, the simplest way to get around this is to create your own shortcuts to the Office executable files. On my Windows XP, Office 2007 box, those files are in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\...
All I had to do was hit Alt+F9. If you want to fix this hyperlink problem in Microsoft Word 2007 or 2010 you’ll need to take the following steps: Click on the Office button Select Word options Select Advanced. Scroll down and in the section “show document content” you need to uncheck “show field codes instead of their values”. Click OK Your ...
Click File > Help in any Office application. The About info is on the right side of that screen.
For OEM keys without media, visit this Microsoft website. Microsoft will ask you for your CD key, then allow you to download the appropriate install files: http://Office.com/downloadoffice I work in IT and ended up calling Dell once when I was in your situation without the right installer. They pointed me to the website, and it worked. UPDATE - Microsoft ...
While Saving as... Choose under Tools, General Options and check the Read-only recommended checkbox. This will not put the document always in read-only but when it is opened, the user is prompted to answer with which state to open the document. This is the way I prefer to save my documents in a shared folder. Doing so, someone can open the document without ...
Right click on one of the tab headings and uncheck Minimize the Ribbon. Click for full size
I have Office 2010 and the only app that does this for me is Excel. A posting on PC Review, How to open vista excel in multiple windows versus 1 window? explains how to set this up: Use the File Association Settings You have to tell Excel not to use DDE to open the worksheet. Open Windows Explorer, Tools, Options, File Types Scroll down to XLS ...
Word has a number of different types of "variable", There are things known as "Document Variables", but there are other things that I will term "properties" - I'll try to list the main types below. There are a few places in Word you can look to find some types of properties, but for true "variables" and other types of properties, if you can't use macros or ...
While I agree that this is a security issue, and one I was unaware of also, I would like to add to the list of workarounds already provided, as I doubt there is registry setting (or similar) to change this behaviour: Hold down Alt when you are using Prnt Scrn, if it is entire window contents you just want to capture. ...Or, if you need free-form control ...
If you want to keep within the terms of the licence agreement, then no. It states: INSTALLATION AND USE RIGHTS. a. One Copy per Device. You may install one copy of the software on one device. That device is the "licensed device." b. Licensed Device. You may only use one copy of the software on the licensed device at a time. c. Portable ...
If you have the destination folder in Personal Folders, it would be in your pst file(located in PC) and the rule will become client-only. But if you place the destination folder in inbox, the folder will be in your Exchange and the server will process your rules.
Being marked as "read" is a client side action not a server action. When you opened the message on your phone it (the client) read it and then told the server to mark it as read.
You need to pay for it to keep using it... It's not freeware
Word used to have built=in Version Control. But that was removed in Word 2007: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/what-happened-to-versioning-HA010219332.aspx Now, they have 3 related features: Track Changes. This allows you to see any changes that have been made to a document and either approve or reject the changes. Manage Versions. This ...
There's nothing preventing you to re-install Office 2010 as often as you like: While Microsoft does have "excessive activation" limits, they only trigger way down the line, so you shouldn't be worried. Also, Office Home and Student can be installed on three machines simultaneously.
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