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I've had a spare virtual machine at hand with Office 2007 installed on it and fully updated, so I've decided to create a snapshot, uninstall Office and see what happens with Office updates. Here's a screenshot before doing anything. Note that total number of updates is 59. Here's the same window after uninstalling Office and rebooting the system, 20 ...


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Nothing is going to do (c) (automatic update) without some help. The simplest way to achieve almost everything else is to put all your shared material in a single document (or in fact, you could use multiple documents). Bookmark each item. To use the item in a "client" document, use an INCLUDETEXT field that specifies the fullname of the document and the ...


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I've created a vbscript based on an earlier out-of-date version of DSCunningham to manage that job. Enjoy! '========================================================================== ' ' VBScript Source File 2.0 ' ' NAME: PingSweep-OfficeVersion2.vbs ' ' AUTHOR OF THE FIRST VERSION: DSCunningham 08/03/2011 ' AUTHOR OF THE SECOND VERSION: Laurent Mander 07/...


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First thing I would recommend is to enable "Track Changes" under the "Review" tab in Word. When this is enabled, edits made by different authors (as specified in the Word options) will be highlighted and can be searched easily using the "next change" option. With "Track Changes" enabled, you should have an easier time when trying to merge manually. This is ...


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If sh1.Range("A" & RowNum : "O" & RowNum).interior.color = rgb (127,187,199) is the actual line from your macro, you have a typo sh1.Range("A" & RowNum : "O" & RowNum) should be sh1.Range("A" & RowNum & ":" & "O" & RowNum) The colon : needs to be concatenated like everything else, since it's part of the range string


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You have several options: Create a GIF. You can use an online tool for that, just google "gif creator" or something similar. High loss of quality and limited control on the final result, but fairly simple. Put all the images in the same slide and use animations and timing to have them appear & disappear accordingly. Quite the hassle to set up and ...


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PowerPoint has no method for doing this. Something similar could be accomplished using a bit of VBA (ie, a macro), but it wouldn't be a beginner project to write such a thing. If you'd like to have a go at it, I can outline how you might go about getting started. Then if you run into difficulties, pop back into StackOverflow.com with your code, a ...


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After hours of frustrated research, the only fix I found is to create a new category with the EXACT same name as the unwanted category. This assigns the unwanted category a color, and you can then delete it. Not sure how technical of a fix this is, but it will get unwanted categories out of your navigation pane. Hope this helps.



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