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You can do this using the Restrict Editing button on the Developer tab. The Developer tab isn't visible by default--if you don't see it, the option to display it is under File | Options | Customize Ribbon (Microsoft Support article with steps). Format your headers and footers the way you want them. Select Restrict Editing on the Developer tab. Under 2. ...


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Word handles this kind of strangely. Whether tracked changes show up in the destination document depends on whether Track Changes is turned on in both the new document and the source document. Track Changes Turned On in the Source, Off in the Destination This is what you want. Copied text is pasted into the destination document without tracked changes. On ...


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You will want to navigate to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Default Programs\Set Associations within a Windows Explorer window to change the file extension association to the program of your choice. Open Default Programs by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Default Programs. Associate a file type ...


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FYI, I've found this is caused by your printer. Change your default printer to something innocuous like the XPS printer or a PDF printer. FWIW I'm running a network printer (HL-5040) on a CUPS server.


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Word does not provide a native way to freely position background images, not even Word 2013. But you can work around that limitation by simply placing images in the header. Make sure to set the layout option to something different than "in line with text" and you can freely position the image on the page:


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When you're using wildcards, ^13 is the special character used to represent a paragraph mark. (This page from Microsoft lists the special characters that can be used with a wildcard search: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/176776)


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Unfortunately you can't access Backstage (the File menu) without a document open. You have two options, either create a blank document and access Backstage or turn off the Office 2013 Start Screen so that a blank document always loads. Turn off Office 2013 Start Screen Open a blank document Go to File > Options In the General section, the option Show the ...


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First of all, your style has to apply to paragraphs, not just single characters. Then just set the appropriate "outline level" in the paragraph format properties:



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