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You can create a table that includes the label and all the letter slots, then set widths and borders. For example, suppose you want 9 letter slots: Create a table with 1 row and 10 columns. Set the width of the leftmost column wide enough for your label (let's say 3.5 cm). Set the width for the 9 other columns to 0.5 cm. Remove the top, left and bottom ...


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You can do this with unicode chars. Title: ┗━┻━┛ This is a left box, a middle bit and a right box corner, with a bottom bit to widen it. You get this holding Alt and hitting the keys on the number pad. Note that this must be done in an Office app or one that supports Unicode codepoints (otherwise the 4 digit code will be modulo 256 and so wrapped to a ...


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Changing the encoding to UTF-8 should solve the issue. How to prevent Outlook 2010 and 2013 from adding line breaks to sent plain text messages When you send a plain text message, by default, Outlook will wrap text and insert line breaks at 76 characters. This might break your formatted paragraphs and URL links. There is a solution which ...


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Two macros The solution is to create two macros. One is to turn Spelling and Grammar as you type on, and the other is to turn it off. In Microsoft software, you are able to record a sequence of actions and assign them to a button or keyboard shortcut Follow these steps precisely to create the ones specific to this solution. Macro 1: Spelling off Click ...


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Copy Type Column and paste it 2 columns after your original Data then remove Duplicates from Data Tab you will have your 4 categories alone, in the cell near US Stocks use the following formula in G2: =SUMIF($A$2:$A$16,F2,$B$2:$B$16) $A$2:$A$16 is where your Type is with repeated category in the original Table and $B$2:$B$16 is your Market Value also in the ...


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To fix the "This file is corrupted and cannot be opened" error message, set component security settings back to the default settings. Do as shown below : Start Run and enter dcomcnfg & press enter Expand Component Services → Navigate to Computers → Right Click My Computer and select Properties Open the Default Properties tab, and then set ...


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Sorry - but this is not possible. Stupid, I know - but after much googling, asking on TechNet, testing various character combinations such as: `* "*" '*' * \ * '#* ...and so on (known as character escapes) I have also been unable to find a method for doing this. This article seems to suggest that it is not possible: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/...


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Steps: 1. Press Alt+= 2. Type x\bar 3. Then press space bar two times


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Change the highlight colour (Ribbon: Home Tab / grouped under Font / Text Highlight Colour) from white to anything else or No Colour. For more information, select part of the text and use Reveal Formatting (CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + S to show the styles pane \ click middle button Style Inspector \ click button Reveal Formatting).


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Just copy from Word and paste into Excel, and they will indeed end up on separate lines. But I guess you actually want them to be in separate cells, too. Well, in that case first change the spaces to Tab characters in Word (Ctrl-H, replace...), and then do the copy-and-paste part.


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So I neglected to note that this was installed via MSDN, which is connected to my live account. Upon contacting IT, I was instructed to go online and download a product key via MSDN.


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Options -> Advanced in the Display section and set Greek text under to a smaller font size. It's normally 4pt I think.


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As stated from the Microsoft Office Support Site: If Update Options is missing under Product Information, and the About button is the only option available, you either have a volume license install of Office 2016, or your company is using Group Policy to manage Office updates. Try Microsoft Update to get the latest Office 2016 updates or contact ...


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I use superscript with space in the fist position and the k value in the superscript position, followed by a subscript with a "C" in the first position and the n value in the subscript.


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You can do it with rules, also. If you go to Advanced options. Rules -> Create Rule - > Advanced options and then you select from the list the following options: flagged for action - Select Follow up from Drop down list. Ta-Da!!! Find the image link: http://i.stack.imgur.com/luXtt.png


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Or you can go References -> Manage sources -> Edit source and change it one by one. But my questions is, can I set this language for ALL of the sources once, without the need to do it individually for all of the sources (100+)?


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Select the whole field and define spell checking language (Tab Review -> Group Language -> Language splitbox). Then press update field.



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