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What happened: I opened up a macro this morning to work on expanding it. I ran it to check it was still working. it threw an "automation error". [side note](I've always been used to being able to see my global variables in my locals window. In a nice pull down tab under the module name. It turns out, that only happens when you publicly declare them in the ...
Here's the trick how to keep your color selection permanent. A bit more hex editing. If you made replacement suggested by Bond you should have the following at your hand: RGBA values for basic (classic) 16 colors indexed from 0 to 15, and RGBA values for your custom colors indexed the same way. Now search VBEx.DLL for bytes sequence built from "classic" RGBA ...
I created a new color theme in PowerPoint ("Create Theme Colors" in the Colors drop-down list) and then save the theme as a .thmx file in the [myUsername] > Library > Application Support > Microsoft > Office > User Templates > My Themes > Theme Colors folder and then in Word I was able to click on "Browse Themes" in the Themes Drop-down and find my custom ...
Usually this happens when you use the "justified" attribute on a paragraph. Change it to right, left or center alignment and it should fix this.
You can adjust character spacing in the Advanced tab of the Font dialog. Highlight some text, right click on the selection, and click Font. For a description (and screenshots) of the various spacing options, read the Microsoft Word: Font - Advanced page help article.
I think, such behaviour is useful for most people, who use Office just for simple texts. May be, it is convenient and for you too, but you don't pay attention in common cases, and you focus the attention, when such behaviour is annoying?
This is most likely the default because most people using Microsoft Word are using it to deal with standard text that's in sentences and paragraphs. It's useful for a user in this situation to be able to select multiple words without worrying about having to be precise in their selection. On the other hand, users that work with text like code or something ...
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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