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Alternate fix: Right-click Microsoft Word (or another MS Office application). Click Properties. On the Compatibility tab run Compatibility Troubleshooter. Then apply the fix.


Edit your conditional formatting filters and put the filtering expression into double quotes, like "Doe, John [Marketing]" or just "Doe, John" When using double quotes, any potential special characters inside are treated as standard ones.


Unfortunately you can't. The only thing you can do is to install another version of MS Project (say, 2013) side-by-side with existing 2010 version for other programs. Then you'll get the ability to set language preferences for 2013 and 2010 sets separately.

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