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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.


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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.


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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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