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You can create this text hidden. Then set in print profile to print hidden text. Check this page for detailed instructions


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Both links to internal document bookmarks and to external sites work fine:


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Here is the solution. First of all you cannot apply page colour to one separate page using the 'Page Color' option on the 'Design' tab. However, there is one simple procedure to apply color for a single page using text box, which is explained in the following procedure: Go to a page for which you wish to apply page color. On the Insert menu, click Text ...


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


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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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To do this you will likely need a word macro. I do not believe that there is any other way you can do this. To make a macro press alt+f11. Double click on thisdocument and paste this code Sub Demo() With ActiveDocument.Content.Find .ClearFormatting .Text = "*" .Font.Superscript = True With .Replacement .ClearFormatting .Text = "" End With ...


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We can use a rectangular shape and fill it with the color, or we can create a black picture in paint, and then can place it in word... remember to use 'send to background' after right clicking it :)


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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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If it's just plaintext in the word document and it's not very big and you're familiar with jquery, you could make a simple site where they can copy/paste the word document into and you do the necessary changes and let them download the transformed word document or output the desired text. It really depends on more details of your situation to say if this is ...


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Hi go to table tools layout, properties and then go text wrapping - none and click OK, the table will move down from being right at the extreme top edge


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I don't know the reason yours isn't working as it should, but here's an idea that will hopefully get rid of the behavior. (It's a little bit risky in the sense that you might conceivably lose some work in the event of a crash.) Options -> Save -> uncheck "Keep the last autosaved version if I close without saving"


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I got to this question via my sister having difficulty with a similar sounding issue. For her, it turned out she had accidentally "justified" the text, rather than having it left aligned. (Teamviewer is a godsend) If this helps save anyone else a panic, try selecting some of the problem text and pressing CTRL-L for left-alignment. Alternatively you might ...



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