Hot answers tagged microsoft-word-2010
Searching for them is easy and relatively straightforward, even if not immediately obvious. Ctrl-F will open the Find pane & then you can get to the dialog by clicking thus: Then you'll get this dialog: Click the More >> button Click on the Format button, choose Font and then select the color you want to search for (i.e., Red) Click OK. Now ...
I dug into it a bit, and Word can count Sentences using VBA. For example using MsgBox(Selection.Range.Sentences.Count) will popup a dialog containing a count of sentences in the current selection. It'll just count two for "I like Mr. Smith." and alike. Probably a good starting point for a script.... Basic idea for the VBA macro: Gather paragraphs in ...
Select the two characters (phi and circumflex) > right-click > Font... > Advanced tab. Set Spacing to Condensed and then change the value to the right by a few pts, OK your way out and check the results: If the circumflex is still not centered properly, go back and edit the value till you get it right. Eventually it should look like this:
Look at the following figure on how to locate your figures and tables in the MS Word document. Follow the numbers in the picture and you will get to it. In Step 3, When you select the Figure / Table as per your requirement, in Step-4 your choices for selection will be a list of figures or tables that you have already created in your document. You have ...
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 ...
On the Review tab, in the Tracking group, there is a Show Markup dropdown. If you uncheck Comments, the comments will not be displayed and going through the tracked changes will skip them (since they can't be seen anyway). If there are no other tracked changes, trying to go to the next change makes Word pop up a message that all comments and tracked changes ...
I had the same thing happen to me. I clicked on the "Paragraph" icon to open the Paragraph window. On the Indents and Spacing tab under the General section, I noticed the Alignment was set to "Centered." I changed the value to "Left" and voila, the bullet point was left-aligned.
In my case it was 'track changes' that was effecting saving my document. I had four documents that i need to put into one - all with numerous track changes on them. Removed the track changes on each document, pasted them into one document and I was able to save after this.
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible