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This was due to RTL setting,alter it to LTR which will does the effect : To achieve that : 1)Ensure you have arabic as language pack and enable the alternate language under Start / Programs / Microsoft Office / Microsoft Office Tools / 2007 Microsoft Office system Language Settings 2)Navigate to office-->word options 3)Click on customize 4)Choose ...


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The above method only works in newer versions of PPT and it doesn't work with curved shapes. If you try to add a connection or glue point to a curved shape it distorts the shape. Here is a workaround for earlier versions of PPT and for curved shapes. Add a shape, any shape. Then away from the first shape add a circle shape and shrink it down as small ...


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Open your document in Word, then use "Save as..." to save it in ".xml" format. Open the .xml file in wordpad, notepad, emacs, or other text editor of your choice. Search for the string w:enforcement="1" (or w:enforcement="on"). Replace the "1" with a "0" (or replace "on" with "off") to disable enforcement. (This step unlocks the document.) Save the .xml ...


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The problem described is occurring because word automatically updates the caption field codes before printing/saving. When this happens, the numbers that are assigned to each caption are sequentially assigned; ie: 1, 2, 3, 4... etc. This happens even if you manually assign them to 1, 2a, 2b, 3... In this case, when you hit "print", you'll end up with 1, 2a, ...


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Press "WIN+R" key combination to launch RUN dialog box then type regedit and press Enter. It'll open Registry Editor. Now go to any of following keys according to your requirements: For Microsoft Word 2013: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Word\Options In right-side pane, create a new DWORD DisableBootToOfficeStart and set its value to ...


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Create a table in Word and fill in all the necessary details. When done, highlight the table and set the outline of the table to be white. Steps below. Select table. Select Borders --> Borders and Shading Select the color to be white. Should look like this. . . This is what it looks like when you highlight the table. . .


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The "home tab" on Office 2013 looks like this: It is very clear that the name of the group containing cut, copy, and paste is Clipboard (the name is at the bottom of the group). So the answer to: 1) Which group on the home tab contains the cut, copy, and paste options? is Clipboard. If you click on the little arrow at the bottom right of the ...


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The last post in this thread in a microsoft forum contains a possible approach. For the benefit of future readers I'll replicate the contents here. Note: This approach doesn't appear to work with "Embedded Objects", but only with simple image files (see bottom of the answer for details). Image Files :-) First MAKE A BACKUP COPY OF YOUR WORD FILE. Then ...


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I live and breathe this stuff. I scan and OCR books to MOBI all the time. What you want is simple: in your favorite RegEx tool (mine is EditPlus because I can do this for 200 files in an instant) use the following to start (ignore initial space): Replace: ([a-z])\n([a-z]) With: \1 \2 Next: Replace: ^([A-Z])([a-z]+) ([0-9]+):([0-9]+) With: That is, ...


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That really helps me because it gives me some new ideas---This is a little tricker than that because all lines don't end in a period some have a ?,!,& -- i know if i use find= ^< replace empty it will insert < begin on all lines-what can i use to put > at end of all lines?


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Whenever you delete a section break, the section before that break takes on the page layout of the section after that break. So when you delete that Continuous break the break before will always change to a Continuous break. You then just go into the page layout and change it back to Next Page.


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I was recently reminded of this question and decided to see if Office 2013 has anything. I managed to find a solution: In the options menu, go to customize ribbon > keyboard shortcuts: Then in the fonts category, you'll be given a full list of available fonts which you can assign hotkeys to: The assigned hotkey will switch to that font. It's not a ...


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Apparently yes! In LibreOffice: Click menu Tools -> Customize... -> Keyboard. A dialog like below will show: Now, to enable switching to "monospace"/"fixed-width" font, via e.g. Alt-1 shortcut: In Shortcut keys, scroll down to e.g. Alt-1 (was empty for me) and click it; In Category, scroll all the way down to Styles, click it to open, then click ...


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Your is a common problem with Word and I have the impression that Microsoft didn't like so much the idea to enhance the compatibility with Openoffice. I would like to suggest the use of Latex, BTW it is not always possible. Since you noticed that you can produce the desired effect exporting as PDF, I decide to report here an interesting blog page for MacOS ...


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I did find the missing addin. It was named differently than the documentation specified. It does look like another location for addins is HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\ VERSION \Outlook\Addins\


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If you have 32-bit MS Office on 64-bit OS then you'd want to check ..\Software\ Wow6432Node \Microsoft... keys also.


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this happened to me because i did this (created 5 lines, and made them all Heading 1). to remove the large gap, change all of your headings to Normal. then, individually make all of the heading lines Headings again.


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I work as an IT Training & Support Specialist at a UK based post-graduate university and many of our students come to me with this issue in their Thesis documents in Word 2010/2013. The issue I come across most often is the figure/image has had a Heading style applied by accident - when this happens the caption/chapter numbering goes wild and starts ...


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Go into Header/Footer mode and see if "Link to Previous" is highlighted, per the following screenshot: . If so, deselect "Link to Previous" and see if that fixes it.


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Before doing these steps make sure all office programs are closed (this may or may not be necessary). Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Language Click Add a language Select Hebrew Click Add


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Got it.. So ridiculously easy…. Borders & Shading - Shading tab – Under Patterns – Select style – Apply to Cell


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Source How can I insert pictures/background in Microsoft Word table cells? Start with a plain table, with the right number of cells, and fill it with data. Merge the top row into one cell, and go into the Table Properties dialog to set the row height to an "Exactly" value (say, 0.75"). Select the rest of the rows and drag the first column's ...


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You can do a few tricks with notepad++ Before You start, You may want to make a backup of your file You can format the line breaks for example if You select all text and press Ctrl + j, this will make your text into a single line. example input: Gen 1:1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Gen 1:2 The earth was empty, a formless ...


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Go to File - Options - Advanced - Print Under Print, uncheck the box for Scale content for A4 or 8.5 x 11" paper sizes. :)


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You will need to use regular expressions to search for patterns and then replace/reformat the text. Regular Expressions: http://regular-expressions.mobi/index.html


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You can use shift+enter instead of enter. This will insert a line break instead of a carriage return and preserve the justified text of the paragraph.


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In Word 2010 you can set the wrapping style to "top and bottom", which unlocks the "Distance from text" setting. Not sure if this is in 2007, too, though.


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If you create a circle using autoshapes, the default setting is for the canvas to have zero transparency and the background color to be white. Right click on it and select Format AutoShape. Set transparancy to 100%. If you copy the circle and paste it to another place in Word, the copy will also be transparent (only the circle will be visible). I just ...


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You can also record your bash session / command output with the script command. It preserves color escape codes and can be parsed accordingly. However, it needs further processing, no direct copy/paste possible.


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The creation of the square, which I assume is a "drawing canvas", can be turned off in the settings: Office button > Word options > ... (can't check the exact position as I do not have access to word currently)


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You can try a couple of tricks to access the document a different way aside from your word processor. A) Open the docx or odt file as an archive in 7-Zip, if you have it installed: Right click the file Hover over "7-Zip" Extract the archive Open the content.xml file in Notepad Check for a line in the document with your thesis B) Open the file itself in ...


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I found a solution hear, seems which works: Go to File > Print (leave settings as default) and click on Printer Properties > Finishing tab > select 4 Pages Per Sheet > select Landscape orientation – print comes out as four separate pages, one print per page. It seems that Word 2010 overrides anything set in Printer Properties


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You can add the Fixed Column Width command to the Quick Access Toolbar, if that helps (File | Options | Quick Access Toolbar). You'll find it if you first select "All Commands" in the "Choose commands from" drop down. or Table Tools > Layout >Width will lock the width for sure.


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Source Table Column Widths Fixing Size in Word 2010 Table Tools Layout > AutoFit > Fixed Column Width gives you control over column widths. When you select the option, Word clears the "Preferred width" setting for the whole table and disables "Automatically resize to fit contents" in the Table Options dialog box. Source What is Fixed ...


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Use a style separator. It's explained at http://www.addbalance.com/usersguide/complex_documents.htm#Style_Separator The link will land in the middle of web page where you will see a graphic and explanation of what you are trying to accomplish.


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Built-in styles are supposed to make formatting more efficient and consistent. But when should you use them versus creating your own styles? Use built-in heading styles? Yes. Use built-in table styles? Maybe. Use built-in list styles? Probably not. Shauna Kelly and other Word MVP experts tend to recommend always using Word's built-in heading styles ...


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I've found one way to sort of do it - use a macro (this is the first time I've tried using them). Highlight the required text and click on View > Macros > Record macro. Then change the style to Normal and change the font back. When finished click View > Macros > Stop recording. You can then run the macro every time you highlight the offending ...


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I haven't tried it with every style setting, but at least for a few settings (font size and spacing after so far), simply changing the setting of the child style to match the parent will re-establish the inheritance.


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Use the right tool for the right job, Microsoft Excel is an electronic spreadsheet program that can be used for storing, organizing and manipulating data. There is a function called conditional formatting that automatic highlight cells when a conditional met I dont have English excel installed so I search this image from the Internet, you should use ...


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These options are used to decide you want to align the object relative to the page margins or relative to the very edge of the page. You select either align to page or align to margin before selecting another align operation. Example 1: Select align to page Then select align left Result -> Aligned to the left side of the page Example 2: Select align ...


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An answer can be found in the article what is the best way to draw in LibreOffice that is ready for exporting to MS Word?, answered by the poster himself : My question was not about SVG graphic, but how to create drawings with LibreOffice, so MS Word could open it as well. SVG was one approach I was hoping it would be working... This approach is ...


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My guess is that you are editing the page header. Double-click on the body of the page to stop editing the header and start editing the rest of the page.


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Words that you add go into one or more custom dictionaries. These are a simple alphabetized list of your words. The only rule Word applies to extend the entries to other usage is that it will recognize that a capitalized first letter at the start of a sentence is the same word. So if you want plurals, you need to add them yourself. A good description of ...


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Sounds like you need to use cross references as opposed to typing in the figure number by hand. Firstly make sure your figure exists and you have inserted a caption correctly (right click on picture/figure and select "insert caption". Choose the type of prefix - in your case Figure - the position and other options and then Insert) When you come to the ...


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Here is how to have all our Word docs automatically open in Outline View level 1. (Halleluiah!) 1 Click "File" in the Word ribbon and click "Options" to open the Word Options window. Step 2 Click "Customize Ribbon" and check the box next to Developer. (It's there -- look for it!) Click "OK." Step 3 Click "Developer" in the ribbon, and then click ...


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You could see if your printer support this directly in its driver. Go to the Windows Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Devices and Printers. Right mouse click your printer and select Printer Properties. There you have to see in the preferences, Advanced or Device settings if you have this setting. Another option is to use a commercial solution like ...


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See http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-word/why-is-the-change-picture-button-missing-disabled/9fe78923-e887-43ca-b0ae-c91431fac180?rtAction=1435134204605 There is now a workaround. Start with a Word 2013 docx document that has the 'No change picture' problem Save as a doc (Word 97-2003) - you may be warned regarding loss ...


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Those are called crop marks and you can enable them in File | Options | Advanced | Show crop marks (in Show document content section).


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Ctrl + H Click on "More >>" Click on "Special" > "Graphic" Now you can see ^g in "Find what:". Click on "Replace All"


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@Devid's answer is excellent, but I had difficulty with the specific instructions. Here's what worked for me. Do Devid's steps through copying the MathML code. Then, insert a blank equation. In Word 2013, switch to Print Layout view (View tab on the ribbon). On the Insert tab, choose Equation. You will see Type equation here selected. On the Home ...



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