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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.


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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 ...


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Yes! Microsoft Office VBA supports regular expressions searching natively. You have to add "Microsoft VBScript Regular Expressions 5.5" as a Reference in the VBA Editor for each .docm, .xlsm, etc. file in which you want to put Regex code: Most of the object model for this regex module can be found on MSDN here. One thing that appears to be missing is ...


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This can be done using a simple find & replace operation. In the Find and Replace dialog click on Format > Font: Select Superscript: Don't enter any text in the Find what and Replace with fields and simply click Replace All:


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Replace Optional Hyphen (^-) with an empty string:



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