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Press the Maximize button to make it full screen, then hold down the CTRL down and click the close button. This trick will store the current position in the windows registry and that will be restored the next time you open a program. This works with most programs actually. So long story short, CTRL+close program, is a way to force save the current ...


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The simplest solution I can think of is to create a shortcut for Microsoft Word and in the shortcut properties, set it to always run Maximized. Better yet, change the shortcut for Word 2010 in this location: %PROGRAMDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Microsoft Office 2010 In the shortcut properties, make this change: and click OK.


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MS Office does not support regular expression just as the source code editor like Notepad++. You can try this, it does not fully work though: <*201[0-9]> Here is the MS help that discusses wild cards and regular expressions in MS Office. ...


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You need a language pack, which unfortunately are no longer for sale (according to a blog) for office 2007. Your best bet is a new Office license.


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There are more positioning options for Tables, but they are different from the ones you can use with Pictures etc. For example, if you click a table's selection box (e.g. top left corner on a system set up for LTR script) you can drag a table to another point int he page. Then, if you right-click on the selection box and select Table Properties... you ...


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Microsoft has a web page that shows you how to locate your product keys on the packaging of your purchased product. You can find the information on locating it here: Traditional disc: If you purchased a full boxed version from Microsoft, a retail store, reseller or online retailer and the software disc came in a shrink-wrapped package, the Product Key ...


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Do you still need Office 2007? If so, in your control panel, go to Add/Remove Programs, click on Office 2013, and then click "Repair". It will most likely give you the option of an offline or online repair. Try offline first, then try online if it doesn't work. If you don't need Office 2007 anymore, first uninstall it in Add/Remove Programs, then run a ...


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David cracked it. Thanks Dave. Transform Tab not where it should be in Word Art – DavidPostill In the future, I'll just check both locations. :D


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It looks like this is the "Field Codes" setting in Word. ALT + F9 toggles the setting on and off. More information is available at the following URL: http://blogs.technet.com/b/ryan_christiansen/archive/2008/04/28/text-in-brackets-is-displayed-in-a-microsoft-office-word-document-instead-of-an-image-hyperlink-embedded-object-or-some-other-content.aspx


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For Outlook 2013: Go to View Ribbon. Under Message Preview, change from 1 Line to Off. Decide if you want this to be applied to all your folders, or just the Current Folder.


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The MS Word regex seriously lacks functionality. If you absolutely need to stay in word (and can't find another editor that both has good regex support and retains MS Word markup), I found a possible workaround for you using the word regex: 1) Prefix every line with a character that you know does not appear in your text. Say "#". You would get: ...


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Save your file in .docx format, if you haven't already. Rename foobar.docx to foobar.zip. Open the zip file, and browse to the word/media folder.  Your images should appear there as distinct files, which you can then copy out.


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Also the restriction in step one of the first answer "(These have to be in the same sheet as the cell you want to restrict)" is not true. If fact it is good practive, especially if you have quite a few of this lookup list in use to put them all on a LookUps tab and then hide the tab so that general users cannot see it & fiddle with it. To get round the ...


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Here is the solution for Word 2013. It involves only adding a Visual Basic macro to Word and few records to the registry. Create a global macro in Word 2013: open any document in Word, open the built-in Visual Basic editor (Alt + F11), select Normal in the left panel, click Insert in the main menu, then Module, and copy the code into the editor: Sub ...



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