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This is a perennial question so I hope you will not mind me submitting another answer. The problem with the "table" approach is that it breaks the paragraph. This can cause spacing issues if your equation is part of a continuous sentence and your paragraphs have spacing before or after them. It also means that wrapping is done rather poorly for long ...


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This does not appear to be about encoding but about the identity of a character. To determine the Unicode code number (code point) of a character, place the cursor right after it (i.e. click on the location between it and the next character), then press AltX. This replaces the character by its hexadecimal four- or five-digit Unicode number. You can undo the ...


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Copy and paste the offending character into Unicode Lookup. I don't think you can specify alternate encoding within CR.


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It's complicated, but here it is... Alt, F, Tab, Enter, C You could just get a simple macro to do it, and assign a simple shortcut.


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Save your file in .docx format, if you haven't already. Rename foobar.docx to foobar.zip. Open the zip file, and browse to the images folder.  Your images should appear there as distinct files, which you can then copy out.


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To keep the same alignment, highlight the contents of a, b, and c for number 2, and either: A) Go the the Numbers icon, click the drop down arrow, and choose "Define new number format". In the box for "Number style", choose the Roman Numerals case of your choice (lowercase or uppercase) OR B) Right click on the contents of a, b, and c, go to ...


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Adapting this answer to How can I have different text in the footer on every page of a Word document?: Edit the footer. Copy the following text: IF PAGE > 2 "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog." into the footer.  Replace the “lazy dog” sentence with the text that you want to include starting on page 3.  It can be multiple lines.  If you ...


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We've seen a similar problem occur here today, but using: Word 2007 Windows Server 2008 Data Center No watermark Calibri (size 11). Not all users on the machine (works for some, not for others) Further, the Word install on the users' actual machine worked fine (as opposed to the remote desktop to the server). Changing the size fixes the problem, ...


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Since it sounds like you're going to be using the source text and the duplicate text all within the document, REF fields and bookmarks will do what you want. You also have the option of adding as many source text blocks as you want, by using different 'Bookmarks' as described below. Place the desired text block at the first spot you want it in the ...


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To insert a dynamic piece of text to a word document (multiple times, where required), you should use Custom Properties. [Written for Word 2013, but relevant in 2010] To do this, first open the document in question. Within the File menu, click the Info tab, select the Properties dropdown, and open Advanced Properties. In the window that opens (see image, ...


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It looks to me as though inserting the SEQ field inside the SET field is making n increment twice instead of just once. I got it to work using the following: Theorem {SEQ theorem \n} This is the first theorem. Theorem {SEQ theorem \n} This is the second theorem. According to {REF gauss \H!} and {REF stokes\H!}, and then adding ...


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It is a bit of a hack, and you can only have one block of text used this way. Add the text you want to the comment field in your document properties. Insert the document property "comment" in all the places where you want the block. Tada!


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This isn't specific to your VBA, because we don't know what it is, but below is how to add a textbox with text using VBA. Sub addBox() Dim Box As Shape Set Box = ActiveDocument.Shapes.addTextBox( _ Orientation:=msoTextOrientationHorizontal, _ Left:=50, Top:=50, Width:=100, Height:=100) 'This adds text to the box... ...


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What I do (in Microsoft Word 2007) is go to the Styles dialog box click on “Options…” Select styles to show: “All styles” then use the styles that you want for list type and level. In your example, it would be: List Number List Bullet 2 List Bullet 2 List Bullet 2 List Number List Number 2 List Number 2 List Number 2


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Alternatively you could hyperlink certain phrases of text that either link to an external document/webpage with instructions or just simply insert an instruction in the ScreenTip so they display an instruction when hovered over. The style of the hyperlinks can be modified so they are to be inconspicuous but still prompt your user to hover over them.


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in "home" tab, click on the key shown in the image below with red circle.



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