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I have googled a code for Powerpoint saving: /// [Save as local PowerPoint] document file. void PPTXDocument.Save(String filePath); /// Save to stream. void PPTXDocument.Save(Stream s) But it can not work effectively. What's wrong with my code?
You cannot use formatting to display a decimal point as a decimal comma or vice versa. These are delimiters used by the operating system. You CAN override the system separators in the Excel Options (File > Options > Advanced > untick "Use system separators" and replace with the separators you would like to use instead.)
Also make sure that you have no other applications open that use word. For example: Outlook. If it is open and you try to change the template in word, it will not save and you will not be prompted to save the template when you close word. Close all applications, then make the changes and you should then be asked to save the template when you close word.
Just to clarify, the truth is that cloning is officially supported by Microsoft only if you use Sysprep, but there may be numerous reasons you want to avoid this. That the SID must be unique is a myth; you can read a lot of articles about it, but the truth is that Windows never reveals its internal SID, not even to the domain-controller in an Active ...
http://dottech.org/26491/how-to-force-microsoft-excel-to-open-files-in-new-window-how-to-guide/ This link has clear instructions with pictures to show you how to change the settings in Excel to force it to open each file in a different window.
A normal, non admin, user cannot change the normal.dotm template IF PDF Complete is installed through any of the usual WORD methods; it simply does not change the template. Additionally, the standard user cannot even save a modified file as the proper type macro-enabled template. The best solution is to simply uninstall PDF Complete on HP machines.
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