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No need for any of that for Windows 7! If you go to the Taskbar and hover over an existing Excel icon (that then brings up a little preview of your open spreadsheet) and right click to bring up the Excel menu and then left click on the "Microsoft Excel 2010 option" it will open up another instance of Excel and you won't need any batch file or setting ...
Make sure you have .NET FrameWork installed. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17851 Another Workaround Before you install Office 2010 SP1, put a readable DVD or CD into your optical drive, or connect a USB drive. Any should do.
Try this: Reinstall Office 2010 Install Office 2013 The 2013 installer will ask you if you want to remove 2010
Turns out, fixing this was as simple as disabling a single service called Microsoft IME Dictionary Update. Have no idea what it's for (though I know how it got there - corporate Windows installation... bloatwarefest), as there's no description and not much info online (something related to Asian languages), but I haven't noticed any negative effects. Source. ...
Although the kind of links you are creating can be "fixed up" using code, they are best avoided. You would probably be better off using content controls that are connected to the data store, assuming you only need to use Windows Word 2007 and later. http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/Repeating_Data.htm is a good starting point.
I'm not able to view your sample document, but my question is why do you need to keep the content in separate containers? If you put it all in the same container, you won't have this problem. I don't think there is any way to keep the content in separate, vertically stacked containers from overlapping if the content in a top container grows into the ...
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