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You can use this pattern: [!<]?,[!>]? That means: find a comma character between any characters, just not at the beginning of the word and not on the end of the word. So that in the example below, one would find only the comma at "3,a" (but NOT those at: ",1" and "c,") ,123,abc,


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I can tell you a simpler way. Just replace all , with ,<space> where <space> means a blank space and then replace ,<space><space> with ,<space> to account for places where users did put a space after comma. WARNING: If you use commas in numbers (either as thousand separator or decimal separator), you need to go through the ...


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There is in fact a "grow font" option command in Word 2003. To add it to your toolbar: Right-click on any of the toolbar buttons and select Customize Select the Commands tab Choose Format from the list under Categories Scroll down under Commands Drag Grow Font and Shrink font onto your taskbar where you want them to stick Click close These buttons scale ...


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Sadly, Outlook has notoriously bad support for HTML in e-mails, and it will only get worse. What you can do: try to cope with Outlook's way of handling HTML and CSS. A good guide to understanding the do's and don't's can be found here: http://www.campaignmonitor.com/blog/post/2533/a-guide-to-css-support-in-emai-2/ and here: ...


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In Word 2010 and 2007, to get to the word count window you click on "Words: ###" At the bottom of every document. This Window then shows you the various word and character counts. This can also be found under the 'Review' tab. In Word 2003 you need to go to Tools > Word Count and the Word Count window then appears. Hope that helps.


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I'm not sure if you can find similar settings in Word 2003, but in Word 2007 you can make multilevel numbered lists (and assign them to headers later). First, click the multilevel list button under the Home tab, and go to Define New Multilevel List. Select '1' under Click level to modify. Pick the roman number style under Number style for this level. ...


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How to fix this: Select the table, then right-click -> Table Properties. On the Row tab, disable "specify height" and you are golden.


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You can easily import styles from another file: Open up the document into which you want to import your styles. From the Tools Menu, choose Templates and Add-ins. Press the “Organizer” button. This will open a frame with two side-by-side lists. The list on the left are the styles in your document. The list on the right are the styles in your Normal.dot ...


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This is in the footer, Either double click the 'footer' select the image and press delete. or In the top bar, select 'view' and 'Headers and Footers'


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Are you trying to change the file permanently, or just have a larger font when you're reading the document? If it's the latter, you can just change the view percentage. In Word 2007 or 2010 you can do this using the percentage slider in the bottom right corner of the window. If you're trying to change the size of all text permanently, just select all ...


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I tried using the accepted answer (by Dave Becker) without success. I didn't even get the same dialog boxes. I'm also using Word 2010. This is how I did it: 1) Draw a line using Word's graphics as follows. Select the 'Insert' tab of the ribbon. In the 'Illustrations' group, click on 'Shapes'. In the 'Lines' group of the resulting drop-down, select a ...


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There are several ways to do this: A: Place the cursor just outside the table, then press ENTER. B: Add buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar (and even assign keyboard short-cuts). The commands you need to add are called: Insert Rows Insert Rows Above Insert Rows Below C: When the cursor is inside the table, click the "Layout" tab to reveal the buttons ...


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In Word 2007, you can use ALT + the left and right arrows.


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In Word 2007, on the Home ribbon, there is a button to use a numbered list, next to it is a drop down where you can define a new numbered list format. In there you can define what types of numbering to use (ie Arabic:123, Roman i ii v, letters abc or ABC). You can also specify a format for the numbers, such as 1. or a). In this box you can also add ...


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Do you mean merge 2 (or more) table cells into one table cell, or merge the contents of 2 (or more) cells into a 3rd cell (aka concatenation)? If its the 1st option then simply select both (or more) cells together, right click and select Merge. This will result in the contents of the 2 (or more) cells being in 1 cell with a paragraph break in between each ...


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Try this: Go to Tools -> Options -> View -> Show - Uncheck(clear) the field codes.


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Highlight any row and right click to get the option to insert below or above the current line.


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Here is a macro to do what you ask. This solution is less prone to being destroyed during document editing. Create a Bookmark called MyList on the "1." of the list you want to count. (See selection in image.) Create a reference to to ListCount for the result Sub ListCountMacro() For i = 1 To Lists.Count If Lists(i).Range.Start = ...


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I believe the CreateDate field does what you are asking, as long as you are using a proper .dot template file and not a standard .doc that is opened and re-saved. Note that you will have to manually update the field (eg, select it and press F9 or use the right-click menu) to get it refresh - but it should show the creation date of the derived document, and ...


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HTML email support is limited to a small subset of inline CSS. InDesign is not a web design tool, you should be using a workflow of design in photoshop > slice up then build in dreamweaver if you are using the Adobe suite. Premailer is your friend. This is one of the tools that campaign monitor uses in it's products. With premailer you can built your ...


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Right click on the toolbar, and add the Web toolbar. Then, just use the forward and Back buttons.


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The classic way to clean/repair a Word document is to copy all but the last paragraph mark into a new Word document. This method will save most of your text formatting. However, you will probably need to re-do or fix your headers/footers, especially if you have sections. (I assume you've already reset the bullet & numbering styles? I don't know if Word ...


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Word 2003 solution Format (on menu) "Styles and Formatting" then select the 'heading 1' , specifically the small drop down on the right and 'modify' then 'format' 'numbering' 'outline numbering' and select the one 2nd row, number two then click 'customize' (sic) Number style "I, II, III" then OK OK OK back to the "styles and formatting" ...


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Press Ctrl + A to select all, then press F9. This updates the text for all references.


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You need to change the input language in the control panel -> Time, Language, and Regional Options. Here is an article on how to do so. Hope this helps.


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To change the page number sequence, you need a new section. Insert a section break where you want the change, then format the page number to deselect "Continue from previous section".


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Unfortunately I have Word 2010 so I don't know if this works on earlier versions. But what worked for me is to simply position the cursor on the bottom border of the row until you see two short horizontal lines with arrows above and below. Then simply move the bottom border up by holding down the mouse button and moving the mouse up. If the border won't stay ...



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