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I bought new tablet that was supposed to come with Microsoft Office 365 (free 1 year subscription). The tablet you purchased came with Office 365 Personal. Office 365 requires an internet connection in order to activate. Every version of Office requires you to activate your license. Specifically Office 365 Personal is a subscription based service, ...


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Check shortcuts created under %AppData%\Microsoft\Office\Recent.


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Here are two things to try, assuming you are on Windows - go to Programs and Features , select Microsoft Office 2007, press enter and select modify/repair and run the repair on your Office installation. This shouldn't take too long and fixes a great many issue. If that fails attempting a repair from the original media would be the next step. Lastly, if that ...


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The proper formula you are looking for is: {If {Page} = {numpages} "" "Page {Page} of {={numpages}-1}"} Obviously you have to do the curly brackets as described above. Looked all over the internet for this and took me ages to work out.


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Does this occur even for newly created / blank documents? Have you tried the Microsoft Fix It tool for Word found here... Fix It Tool


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If you have such a problem you should look on the place where the document is cut off. In my case that was the following page after the last page which was displayed in Word 2013. Here there was a comment on an image. Removing and inserting the content of the comment again seems to work. Now the file is fully shown in Word 2013.


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Your printer's documentation is available at this link http://download.support.xerox.com/pub/docs/CQ930X/userdocs/any-os/en_GB/sys_admin_guide_us-en.pdf If you refer to pg79 you will find instructions on creating an audit log. If you refer to pg157 you will find instructions on creating user accounts with quotas for better control.


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I see you mentioned a dropbox viewer. Did you know dropbox and most other cloud storage services have version history? If this file was being transferred between computers via dropbox during this, or if it resided in there before corruption, then you can use revision history to backtrack the file safely. This dropbox page helps explain the process : ...


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I love Get-InstalledSoftware_32_And_64.ps1. It's incredibly useful and can do what you need. You can even set it up to add extension attributes to computer objects with a bit of extra scripting, then leverage those extensions with other AD components. But that's beyond the scope of this answer. ...


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Mine does spell check in tables and I haven't made any changes to the default configuration as far as I am aware. Anyway, try this. Select All - Ctrl + A Review Tab > Language > Set Proofing Language Make sure the box next to "Do not check spelling or grammar" is unticked.


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Office Button>Word Options>Advanced then scroll down to the Show document content part of the dialog and uncheck the box for "Show picture placeholders" Source: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2007-word/pictures-or-clip-art-will-not-display-when-pasted/01b0ed09-cabb-4dad-871d-f38c336d1271


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Even more precisely, if you're on Windows. Sorting depends on Format: Start ► Control Panel ► Region and Language: Too bad there are no options if I want sorting to be on English alphabet while Date formats on local settings...


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If you have Outlook 2010 or newer by now, you can go to the View tab and select Conversation Settings > Show Messages from Other Folders. This will include messages from the Sent Items folder in the thread view.


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Solution I maybe do have the solution. Since one week the drives did not dissapear again. All I have done is I changed the GPOs a little. While the problem appeared we connected the networkdrives with the option "Replace" in GPO. Now I changed it to "Update" and the problem seems to be gone. If not, I will note it here. Hopefully this helps someone with a ...


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The banner issue solution is below: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2661910 The banner shown either before or in yellow is determined by screen res.


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Turn on Wildcard in Advanced Find and enter the search term below. ^m^13*^13 Click the "Find in" drop-down menu and click "Main Document." This will highlight all manual line breaks, the next closest line space, and all the text in between (as shown in the screenshot below). With all of that highlighted, just select boldface and that should do it.


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In OSX Yosemite, after step 1, you may not see the shortcut in the Favorite bar when you try "File" menu -> "Open" (at least in my case). However, you can make an alias of the "Office Template" folder or the "Normal.dotm" file, and place the alias in desktop. Then open the "Normal.dotm" file from there. Then follow step 4. This alternative works for me.


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I'm going to take a different tack in answering your question. Since you seem to be so irritated with the Office ribbon (even though it's 2015 and the ribbon/Fluent UI has been around since Office 2007), why not get rid of it altogether? Here are a couple of options: UBitMenu for Office 2007/2010/2013 and Outlook 2010/2013 (free for personal use only): ...


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To resolve this problem, follow these steps in the order that they are presented. Part 1: Create a New Profile Note Because there are several versions of Microsoft Windows, the following steps may be different on your computer. If they are, see your product documentation to complete these steps. Click Start, and then click Control Panel. If you are ...


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The style A), B), C), ... seems to be hidden but it can be assigned by small trick. I wasn't able to assign the style using the user interface because style gallery looks to contain only limited presets. But I was able to get the style using VBA: Have your presentation open and active (as current document) in PowerPoint Press Alt+F11 to enter VBA (Visual ...


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I don't know the reason yours isn't working as it should, but here's an idea that will hopefully get rid of the behavior. (It's a little bit risky in the sense that you might conceivably lose some work in the event of a crash.) Options -> Save -> uncheck "Keep the last autosaved version if I close without saving"


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Normally, we wouldn't do recommendations of this sort, but I can think of 2 possibilities for you: 1)System Centre - I know you don't have it - but you can trial it, get the data and then uninstall it. 2) Schedule Task GPO. I once was asked to monitor software usage with a limited budget. I did this by building an SQL database (although text files or ...


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This worked for me: Hit Alt+F11 to get to the Visual Basic Editor, hit Ctrl+G to see the immediate window, and enter the following: Application.CommandBars("cell").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("Ply").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("row").Enabled = True Application.CommandBars("column").Enabled = True Alt+F11 to return to Excel. "ply" ...


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I've had one user have this after each our WSUS approved updates. Each time I was able to do the "run Microsoft Office Diagnostics" or the repair function from appwiz.cpl. In all but the very first case, these processes do not find anything wrong but in the process of running appear to correct the issue until the next update.


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You can use the MSICUU2 tool to remove remnants of software. Get a copy of it here. Its the original tool that the "Fix It" supposedly replaces, except it actually works! Select the old version of Office and click remove:


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Try this Fix it. Try the Program Install and Uninstall troubleshooter.


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Most of this nonsense can be quelled if you: Right-click the icon of the downloaded file Click Properties Click UNBLOCK at the bottom of the dialog that appears. If there's no UNBLOCK option, then it's a different problem.


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Raster file formats that support transparency include GIF, PNG, BMP and TIFF (not JPG though), through either a transparent colour or an alpha channel. Software that doesn't support these features will just end up substituting the transparent portion with some colour like white or black instead.


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This solved my problem with Excel very slow to launch into an empty spreadsheet Bring up a task manager window and select the Processes Tab. When Excel launches find the Excel process that loads and immediately kill it. Relaunch Excel and launching and loading is back to normal speed. Have no idea why this worked.


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It is an easy way for someone writing the program to highlight an object in the foreground without knowing any of the background objects attributes. It is way easier to tell a cursor that whenever Condition X is happening, the cursor's pixels should all change to display the inverted color of the pixels below. If the people coding had to code each pixel's ...


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I think what you're wanting to do is change the space before and after the paragraphs in the Normal style. To do this, chose to modify the Normal style, the same way you did with No Spacing. At the bottom of the box is a Format button; click that and choose Paragraph. Make sure Before and After under Spacing (right above the Don't add space checkbox) are ...


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In databases, a "boolean" can have three values, not just two. The values are True, False, and NULL. NULL is a distinctly different value. It is neither true nor false. It is equal only to itself (not even 0), and is not greater than or less than any number. It's only use is to test if a field actually has any data in it. When you created your ...


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If you check the database structure, you will need to ensure that booleans (the data type behind the yes/no checkbox) are false by default. It is possible that they are NULL by default (which means no value set). Rather than querying on the criteria being equal to false, you could also try querying on the criteria being not equal to true - and that would ...



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