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I tried the tip, but it didn't work. It asked me to login as an administrator. In fact I am. What I did and it worked is to remove the plugins in the windows exlporer. Find where they are stored (C:/program files/foxit software/foxit reader/plugins/creator/x86) and remove them. It works perfectly.


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The auto-complete data for email addresses is saved into an 'N2K' file, located at: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook There, I found that Outlook had created a new '%username%.N2K' file, and renamed the previous one to '%username%.N2K.old'. All I needed to do was to delete the new file, remove the '.old' from the filename of the ...


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Whether or not images are linked or embedded is your choice when you edit the presentation and insert the image. By definition, linked images are not included in the presentation but only linked to the location where they are stored outside the presentation. If these images are moved or deleted from that storage place, the links will break and the image ...


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You just click on Change User Name then under your given User name & Initials check mark the option Always use these values regardless sign into Office. Duc


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It could be that Word doesn't know how to hyphenate the long words you redacted in that screenshot (I'm guessing they're foreign-language words or some kind of linguistic jargon?), so it can't break/wrap the lines well, which throws off the justification. Consider manually adding "optional hyphens" in all the appropriate places (e.g. between each of the ...


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You can do it using a Table of Contents (TOC) field, but you will need to select the text of each chapter and insert a bookmark. IMO the alternative to using a TOC would be to insert and maintain individual hyperlink fields. If you insert a Table of Contents, then use Alt-F9 to toggle field code display, you should see something like { TOC \o "1-3" \h \z ...


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In HTML, there's a tag called anchor. If you use an anchor tag, you can reference the anchor in the start of the e-mail. Clicking on it takes you a different part in the e-mail. It doesn't link directly to the attachment (it doesn't open it), but it takes you close. If you want people to open the attachment, put it on a network drive, or OneDrive for ...


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Each account can have up to 5 installed, but you must use the account to register Office 365. To enable other users to utilize their accounts they need their own subscription, either directly, or by purchasing O365 family subscription.


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In MSWord 2016: from the top banner menu select the "Insert" tab and then select "Shapes" (it's about 5 positions over from the left). You can then Click on the shape you want to add to your document (don't try to drag the shape onto your document, it wont work). Your cursor will change to a "+" sign or other shape, place it in your document where you ...


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Yes, what you're looking for is called a page break. It's under Insert > Pages > Page Break. If you insert a page break, when you edit the spacing on your page it won't affect the following pages. I believe this is the behavior you're looking for. If you later add more content than will fit on one page Word will create a new page for the content to flow ...


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The best solution for this is to run a program called Produkey on all the machines currently running Office. Make a note of the product keys on each machine. Next add all your Office keys into a spreadsheet. You then can match up which ones are used and which are available using a VLOOKUP or something similar.


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Seems like I'm able to copy if I switch to DatasheetView. You can just select the line with all the values and use Str+C and STR+V


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Thanks all for the help. In the end, it seems it was a mixture of a lot of things (fonts not having the same name, on different software, on different platforms, fonts not working, etc.). Since we're going online (Office online, Dropbox, etc), we're gonna try and go with default "system" fonts that are available Online, so I'll drop this project and won't ...


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I had some similar issues when installing Office 2016, but what worked for me was activating Office in another Office app (e.g. PowerPoint, Excel). Oddly the activation stayed active this way, whereas in Word it would revert back to being unactivated. If that doesn't work, the recommended procedure is to completely uninstall Office and try again.


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Based on proplus.en-us, it seems the format is <product>.<locale>. So proplus.ww is likely to mean "worldwide" (locale-neutral) – files that are installed no matter which language is chosen.


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How can I add to some bends? Click the "Pointer Tool" on the toolbar and highlight the connector line. Press Shift and drag the mid-point handle of the connector line up or down. This will add corners at 90 degree angles to the line with control handles that can be used to manipulate the line further. Tips & Warnings To ...


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I found the solution on http://packetlife.net/blog/2012/apr/11/drawing-continuous-connectors-visio/ : A connector can be manipulated so that it spawns additional angles by holding the shift or control key while dragging its midpoint. Holding the shift key will break out the middle of the line, creating four new right angles (the first example ...


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I am missing microsoft word 原稿用紙アドイン under application add-in. You need to install an East Asian language pack. See below for instructions. Genko Settings Genko settings, short for genkō yōshi, refers to the Japanese term for paper lightly printed with square grid background to assist positioning of writing East Asian characters. The feature is ...


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Uninstall 2013, from what happen me just like above what worked for me was to restore office2010 and uninstall 2013, next you uninstall 2010 and install 2013. or for anyone just doing it for first time 2010 must be uninstalled before installing 2013.


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I came across this thread looking for a solution to a problem similar to yours. I figured it out so I'm leaving this here in the hope that it will help someone else. To change the default style: 1. Select the text box you want to change the style of. 2. Go to the 'Home' tab and click on the drop-down arrow below 'Styles'. 3. You should see a list of styles ...


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Word Compresses Resized Images Have you ever resized a large image 50% smaller and noticed the size in bytes decreased? It's the same process in Word. There is an option that controls this feature per document. If you are using Word 2013, it's located in Word's Options (File > Options > Advanced) under Image size and quality. In your case, the option ...


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It may not have always been like this, but at least Word 2013 seems to automatically compress images "to document resolution", or something like that. That is exactly what you describe - when the image is to be displayed smaller in the document, the excess information (which exceeds the resolution of the document) is "cut off". Based also on my ...


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Image encoding and compression are deep topics, so this is a very high level answer. Because the file size has changed, we can tell that the document is storing the image data directly, and that when the image was resized, its data was recalculated by an MS transcoder. By resizing the images, you have reduced their display resolution. If you reduce an ...


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The offline installer will still utilize the click-to-run technology. Those services need all need to be running for Office to work correctly. The MSI (the more traditional installers most are used to) based installers are around if you can find them, but MS have been making them incredibly difficult to find. You can still use your O365 account with ...


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there are quite a few difference. If your an advanced users you may miss quite a bit, if your a light users (don't use a lot of the advanced), the online versions probably do what you need. That being said these are changing all the time. Your source of truth is always the service description pages for Office online components. Service Description for ...


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I was using a Histogram. I changed to a Bar Chart and the problem disappeared. Leaving this here in case anyone ends up with this problem!


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There is no such thing like a bi-directional external link, they are always "read only". As you already figured out, the only solution is running some VBA code, which would write the changed data back to the source.


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In Options > Advanced set Automatically zoom text when editing under (number) points to 0.


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Keep the Gif into a power point slide. Save the slide And insert the slide into word document and save the document. The Gif shall not animate within the document. When the image is clicked (in fact a PPT slide) it will animate outside the document. This is the only work around for inserting Gif into word document which shall animate, of course as an ...


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You're not going to be able to set a web based mail client for this action without some sort of 3rd party plug in (I'm not aware of any that do this). You could potentially create a VBA (visual basic for applications) script that might help. Maybe one of these will give you some ideas or help you out in alternative approaches. Why not use Outlook? If ...


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Manually Move AutoCorrect Entries This method is typically used for formatted AutoCorrect entries. It will move the default Template file from one computer to another computer. Location for all autocorrect lists: [user]/appdata/roaming/microsoft/office/*.acl On Computer 1: (This is the computer that you want to copy the Auto-Correct List FROM.) Make ...


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you could try this implementation of the soundex function to compare the 2 columns: Function Soundex(Surname As String) As String ' Developed by Richard J. Yanco ' This function follows the Soundex rules given at ' http://home.utah-inter.net/kinsearch/Soundex.html Dim Result As String, c As String * 1 Dim Location As Integer Surname = ...


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Apparently, you can. This KB article describes the procedure (for 2007/2010, but the same thing works in 2013) in its "How to enable or disable hyperlink warnings per protocol" section. In brief, to trust the "foo://" protocol, add a registry subkey named HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\<version>\Common\Security\Trusted ...


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Here's some VBA that will export the autocorrect entries to a file and then import then from that file. Run the export on the first computer, transfer the code and exported file to the second computer, and run the import. One limitation, though: this method won't transfer any rich text entries. Things like :-) becoming ☺ or <=> becoming ⇔ when you're ...


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Microsoft offers an O365 Kiosk solution - but they don't have the full office suite only the web versions for use. If all your users already have a valid O365 logon with ProPlus subscription - you can install Office in Shared Activation mode. This doesn't count against the 5 activation that are allowed with their user activation. Note, however - each ...


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As far as I've used Outlook 2013, All Day events are at the top. Partial day events fit within the start and end time. If you drag an all day event to the bottom portion of the map, it stops being an all day event and becomes a half hour event (if your default is half hour increments). If you have a daily recurring event, just the day you move from all-day ...


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Try this: Sub Hyperlinker() Dim Rng As Range Set Rng = ActiveDocument.Range With Rng.Find Do While .Execute(findText:="http:", Forward:=False) = True Rng.MoveEndUntil (" ") ActiveDocument.Hyperlinks.Add _ Anchor:=Rng, _ Address:=Rng.Text, _ SubAddress:="", _ ...


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Did the previous answer match your expectations ? Seems the right way to create manually a TOC (Table Of Content) afterwards. To do it more "automatically", you can install Onetastic add in : Works great ! Are you familiar with the feature of creating a new entry in your TOC, simply typing [[your new page' title]] ? See ...


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First, what you are doing should work in theory. The process of moving the autocorrect has not changed in recent versions of office. The following article is the most straight forward description that I have found. It details the 2010 version of Office, but should still work with the 2013 version as well. ...



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