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You could use semicolons to override the sort order. What follows the semicolon is where Word would place the entry as if it were in that position. For example, you could have these index fields: {XE "Creation;01Genesis"} {XE "Flood;01Genesis"} {XE "Moses;02Exodus"} {XE "Serpent;01Genesis"} {XE "Babel;01Genesis"} The index would put them in the order of ...


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An undocumented feature of the index tools is the semicolon. You can override the sorting of the item and place it in the order as if it were the new text. For example, if you have two index fields that read as this: {XE "zebra;page 4"} {XE "abbot;page 42"} Then the index will sort it so that zebra comes before abbot. You could apply this each of your ...


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Set the text to be in the “English (United Kingdom)” language.  In recent versions of Word, this is accessible by going to the “Review” tab, “Language” pane, “Language” button/menu, “Set Proofing Language…”.           You might want to click on “Set As Default”.


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I've experienced a similar problem when converting from Word to PDF, where whole pages displayed in bold text. After testing, the problem was not the particular monitor or computer and the pages printed correctly. The problem was consistent when I remade the PDF in the same way -- the same pages were always bold. There were no differences in the font styles ...


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Letterhead printing on all pages When inserting info into the document I would like the letterhead to show on the first page only! Embedded Approach You could also just have the header information at the top of the first page as part of the page content. If it's already been created as a header, you can cut and paste into the body of the page. ...


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You current command replaces also paragraph mark at the end of the paragraph, so replaced paragraph get merged with the next one. Use this in replace with box: #####^p


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You can use the VBA event Document_Open to achieve this. You will need to save the document as a .docm file for it to work (Word Macro-Enabled Document.) Press Alt+F11, and add this code to the ThisDocument object: Sub Document_Open() MsgBox "Don't forget to amend the fields!" End Sub You can do a lot more than just show a MsgBox of course. To ...


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You can using Plugin Syntax Highlight in Ms.Word https://store.office.com/syntax-highlighter-WA104315019.aspx?assetid=WA104315019 . i follow that step and work Output


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The combination (Office and Acrobat XI) should indeed work. What you could do as a first step is to Repair Acrobat (that should be in the Help menu of Acrobat). Also, using the PDFMaker macro to create the PDFs is considered "Best Practice", because it gets most of the Word document's feature (links, cross refereces etc.) through to the PDF; something a ...


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I had been facing the lose of image quality when converting from Word to PDF. I found that in addition to the advanced settings, we need to check the following option: The standard option must me selected while saving.


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Step 1: Press “Alt-F11” to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Application window. Step 2: Click Module on the Insert tab, copy and paste the following VBA code into the Module window. Step 3: Then click Run (F5) button to apply the VBA. VBA: searching and replacing same content across multiple documents at one time Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim ...


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Letterhead printing on all pages When inserting info into the document I would like the letterhead to show on the first page only! Below are the steps to follow to complete this task but you didn't state which version of Microsoft Word you are using. The below steps will work for Office Word 2007, 2010, and 2013 for the most part. NOTE: The ...


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Choose save as *.pdf You can download and install a pdf printer from the internet. There is a Microsoft Add-in if the option is not available: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=7


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To whom it still may concern: Workaround 1: Open Adobe Reader. From Edit menu select Preferences, Preferences dialog box appears. Select General category on the list, uncheck or remove tick mark for “Enable protected mode at startup” Simply Close and reopen the application and the embedded object should now open perfectly. Workaround 2: If you are same ...


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The above answer gave me the idea to try MS Powerpoint. Open a new slide, select background options, select insert an image as the background and use transparency option to fade the background. Now go to snipping tool (it's an accessory with MS Office) and copy the slide as a PNG image. You can now insert your faded image into whatever document you ...


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Go to review tab, in tracking box click the drop down box and select the option "FINAL" . Your problem will be solved.


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In LibreOffice, go to Tools -> Outline Numbering. For Number, select "I, II, III, ..." For the Before separator, enter "Act" plus a space. Then select level 2. For Number, select "1, 2, 3, ..." For the Before separator, enter "Scene" plus a space. Change Show sublevels to 1. Press OK to close. Now to enter an act heading, on a blank line, choose ...


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Padding is applied in the source application. Remove styles after pasting or use the paste options to keep the source formatting. After pasting, check the paragraph settings and remove spacing before/after and set line spacing to single. You may want to create a style with none of these padding effects and apply the style after pasting the image. Also, ...


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The automatic number can count both total pages and pages in current section. You want the latter. If your sections are properly set up, all you need to do is to change the footer option to count pages of the section. This page explains how to do it in detail for Word 2010. Relevant excerpts: If your document has only two sections in it (one for the ...


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Using Word 2013 I cannot get the print preview to show in grayscale. One thing I was able to do is save it as a PDF file via CutePDF and then use Acrobat Reader's print dialogue to preview the document in grayscale. I know it's a somewhat lengthy workaround but it's better than nothing :-)


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I don't think there would be a tool for that. There can be specialized tools developed for well defined uses, but I don't think even getting one of them would be of use for you. This type of work requires very detailed specification how to work with it and deep knowledge of input documents, which customization probably doesn't worth the time for you. I'd ...


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Did you try Clear all text formatting? You can easily clear all formatting (such as bold, underline, italics, color, superscript, subscript, and more) from your text and return your text to its default formatting styles. 1.Select the text that has formatting you want to clear. 2.On the Home tab, in the Font group, click Clear All Formatting Clear ...


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I found if I have other PDF files open while trying to insert a PDF into a Word document I get this message. If I close all opened PDF files running in my background I am able to insert a PDF with no problem. Not sure why but that was my solution for my laptop. I have a desktop and I am able to run Adobe Acrobat and install PDF file into word with out ...


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Insert a continuous section break before the final piece of text and set the number of columns in the new section to 1.


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You can insert a \t switch into the cross-reference's REF field to remove the "Appendix " part of the label. (Sorry, I had forgotten about that). I have left the other two approaches below just in case they are applicable to some other variation on this problem. One way, although you still can't use the cross-reference selection tool, and you will ...


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I am not sure if this was ever answered fully, but for future reference: Save the word document as a PDF from the "Save as" menu Open it in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (free, available below) https://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/ Click on the "Tools" tab Open the "Fill and Sign" tool. You can then input a signature as from here


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Not sure about in your language, but under the Review tab, you can turn off Markup. Here's an image from Word 2016, where No Markup removes all of this from the editor and print. In other versions it may say Final instead, where you are likely on Final Showing Markup


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I had this problem in Word 2010, but after playing with the right click paste options (first text only, then merge formatting) the problem/bug seemed to solve itself.


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I finally updated the BIOS of my ASUS X99-E WS to version X99-E-WS-ASUS-1302. The machine hasn't frozen now in hours. It was freezing predictably before the update. I downloaded the BIOS file, X99-E-WS-ASUS-1302.CAP, from ASUS's support site, copied it to a zip drive and followed the instructions in the motherboard manual to use the BIOS update utility from ...


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I found my answer When you do an alt+F9, don't manually insert the {}. Instead do an ctrl+F9 then insert your mergefield MERGEFIELD adr_A1 between the newly created {}. It did the trick with me. Cheers.


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I guess that "txt" file has unix line endings (0x0A, \n) and you are opening that file with MS Notepad, which expects DOS line endings (0x0D 0x0A, \r\n), and then it shows like one very long line. Use e.g. Notepad++ instead of MS Notepad. Or even use MS Word itself to open that txt file. Or ask the person that creates the file with \n line endings to use ...


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Had this problem enterprise wide with Excel and Win 10. Had to disable Protected View (which is a terrible workaround). Haven't experienced it in Word, but test this and see if it works: Instructions may vary depending on which version of Office you have: Open a blank Word doc. File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings... > Protected View > ...


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I use Shift+Any arrow key to select the text, where arrow keys are Up, Down, Left or Right.


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The neverending battle of Word vs PDF or Eps With raster images you have to find your compromise between definition and size. If you know that the document will be printed at 600 DPI you can decide to import images with that definition. But if tomorrow you will have an higher definition printer you should start again. If you increase the DPI your document ...


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You can't achieve it with column settings, instead: To make the first column in the first page just insert a table of one cell (or a text box, that will do the same) set its height to be the same as the page's height set with to the desired value set text to be wrapped around it remove borders to make your first column look like the normal text.


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You can add a macro and then assign a keyboard shortcut to it. Here is how the macro code looks (you can also create by recording it). Sub Movebetweenheaders() ' ' Movebetweenheaders Macro ' ' Selection.Find.ClearFormatting Selection.Find.Style = Selection.Style With Selection.Find .Text = "" .Replacement.Text = "" ...


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Why not create a simple .cmd file and then hyperlink to it? I just tested this: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\excel.exe" /r "c:\users\7651\Downloads\book3.xlsx


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screen shotIf you do a Find>Advanced Find>Format (down at the bottom) >Style>List Paragraph you should then be able to move to each of the next bullets.


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The correct way to do this is to use the cross-reference function. You will find this on the References tab in the Captions section.


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Is there a shortcut to open the navigation pane? Use Alt,W,K to toggle (Open and close) the Navigation pane. You can also open the Navigation pane by clicking the page count in the status bar. Sources Word 2013 Shortcuts and Move around in a document using the Navigation pane


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I finally found why I was totally lost. I didn't checked the boxes "ignore punctuation" and "ignore spaces". I only checked "use special characters" Now a pattern like: (PREFIX_*>):*(<*)^13 Is successfully accepted. So like I said before, I used # to identify my titles so that I can apply the correct style to them with another search and replace!


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If the snippet you want to select does not extend into the next line, you can also use block selection with Alt+Drag.


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This is what I managed to do so far: Go to the last page. Select Page Layout > Page Setup. Select the Layout tab, then select Apply to: This point forward. Change the edge, select Section start: Continuous, and click OK. This is only in part satisfying, because it requires some manual handling (i.e. it is not template-friendly).


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If the footnote is shunting the entire paragraph onto the next page, then it is almost certainly because the paragraph is formatted with Keep lines together, which can be found on the Line and Page Breaks page of the Paragraph dialog. Turn this off and Word will flow the paragraph from one page to the next. If that isn't the problem, then it must be that ...


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Headings shortcut in Word? Below are some shortcut keys that should work for style headings in Word that appear to work from 2007-2016. Additionally, you can look here for instructions on how to assign a shortcut key to a style in Word if this is more specifically what you're looking for as well. SOURCE Work with headings in Outline view To do ...


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You shouldn't need to move your cursor right back to where you started, just back up a little....specifically to anywhere within the word that you initially started your selection from.


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It seems there is an issue with Word if you drag and drop a picture in, rather than copy and paste it or insert it. There is a thread here detailing it, it may help to copy and paste, or insert the picture instead. This should then allow you to use the toolbar as expected.


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Under File/Options/Advanced, there is the option 'When selecting, automatically select entire word'. It is on by default, you can switch it off.



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