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You can do formulas in Word. CTRL+F9 will let you add a FIELD in Word in which you can type several expressions, ant ALT+F9 will show/hide all the fields in the document. You can add FIELDS inside fields themselves to build complex expressions. Fields are shown with curly brackets and each curly bracket group should be added using CTRL+F9 (or a copy/paste ...


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Try running a c:\>sfc /scannow The comdlg32.dll may be corrupted. This DLL gets referenced when you want to open or save a document in Office.


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The Only answer I could find for this problem was to create a new user account and move data over. My customer said: It was random initially and then became frequent and then permanent and then spread from MS Office products to other programs as well. Creating a new user account might not be the most ideal thing for everyone but I had to give up & ...


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This worked for me with single lines of text: Set a right-aligned tab at your right margin value with option 4 for underscore selected for the tab properties. Type your text, then an underscore character followed by a tab character. Go back and select your underscore character only and change its font properties so its spacing is condensed by 10pt ...


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Yes, it is OK. Sorry I don't have a reference for this, other than experience. Radio buttons are ActiveX controls. When you insert them, Word assumes these are being used as part of a macro to process the data selections being made by the user. Therefore, you get the VBA Project warning. If you are not using any macro (VBA) in the document, you are safe to ...


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At the end of page 15, insert a section break. Go to the page numbering in the first section, i.e. the footer (or header). Hit the keyboard shortcut Alt-F9 to show the codes. It should read something like Page { Page } of { NUMPAGES } Change that to Page { Page } of { SECTIONPAGES } and the second number will display the number of pages in the ...


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Select the lines you want to merge. Open the Replace dialog (click CTRL+H). In the "Find what" field type ^p to find paragraph end marks. In the "Replace with" field type a single space, assuming you want to separate the last word of every paragraph from the first word of the next one. Your example shows some "wordword" examples, so if this was intentional ...



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