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There is a way to write vertical addition operations but it gives a similar look to what you presented above. The following equation was made from a fraction and 2 matrices. Add a blank equation (Ribbon: Insert > Equation). From the Equation Tools tab in the Ribbon, add a Stacked fraction in button Fraction Now place the cursor on the numerator and ...


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Go to Word > Preferences > View > Non-printing Characters and uncheck what you do not want displayed.


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I'm using Word 2010. Think in terms of M$ Word terminologies; there is no cell padding as in HTML, but there is Cell Margin, and Right Indent (“right cell padding” = right indent + cell margin). The default for right indent is zero, but if you’re editing someone else’s document - as I was when I stumbled onto this post - you might need to change the Right ...


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Select the lines you want to merge. Open the Replace dialog (click CTRL+H). In the "Find what" field type ^p to find paragraph end marks. In the "Replace with" field type a single space, assuming you want to separate the last word of every paragraph from the first word of the next one. Your example shows some "wordword" examples, so if this was intentional ...


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Create 4 portrait pages in word that are identical. Print to a PDF. Then print from the PDF viewer - four pages per sheet.


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Match string AFTER known word to End of Line Use the following regular expression: <(REMARKS:[0-9A-Z ]@[^13^|]) Notes: < matches "The beginning of a word" [0-9A-Z ] matches any number, uppercase letter, or space @ matches "One or more occurrences of the previous character or expression" [^13^|] matches a paragraph marker or a manual line break. ...


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You can find detailed answer for each MS Office program at: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Spelling-or-grammar-checker-flags-text-I-don-t-want-or-expect-it-to-flag-36a52ba2-147c-4adf-a4d6-6f40fa747be1 After selecting Do not check spelling or grammar check box, I've found very useful the option to create a new style from selection: In Word ...


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I cannot see any facility for doing this in the User Interface, but you can do it in code. As usual, there are a lot more steps than I'd want. At the bottom I have now added some VBA for insertion in your Normal template for those who are familiar with that. For VBA, not quite sure that you do not need to enable the Developer tab, but... Open your document ...


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It might be a setting - check your options / formatting regarding those section breaks. You can have section breaks with page break or without one, or you can have it set to 'always start on the right side' (meaning it inserts an extra blank page so the next section starts on the right side = odd page number, like in a book).


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Per suggestion from @Aganju, I turned on "Show Formatting Symbols" and replaced the first section break with a continuous break and the second break turned out to be a page break which I deleted and entered a continuous break.


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Here's the solution I found. Turn the option "Replace straight quotes with curly quotes" on. Paste the text that includes straight quotes. The text appears with the straight quotes. Edit, Replace, " with " The text now includes curly quotes in place of straight quotes.


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For your third level B.1.1 you need to "include level number from" for both parts of your second level B.1 (ie not just level 2). So you would have "include level number from" Level 1 (to get the A), then type the full stop, then "include level number from" Level 2 (to get the 1), then type the full stop, and then you would choose "Number style for this ...


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There are a variety of approaches depending on your budget and degree of automation you expect. Cut/paste and custom parsing You manually open documents and copy the contents as text into some other program, which could be Excel. Somebody with programming experience then writes programs, or Excel macros, to try and extract the tables from the text, and ...


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Using Word 2011, I went to the menu bar and selected Word/Preferences/Print, and checked the box for "Print background colors and images". That preserved the background color when I 'File/Save As' as a pdf.


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In your Word doc, you could create one bookmark and then cross-reference the bookmark text. So you would create/set the bookmark for a particular value in one place and then (instead of creating multiple other bookmarks for the same value) at each other place you want the same value to appear, insert cross-references. In the Cross-reference dialog, just ...


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These instructions are for Office 2010, but should work similarly in Office 2013. Make sure to set your Cut, Copy, and Paste settings in Word to keep source formatting for cross-program pasting. These settings are found under 'File > Options > Advanced > Cut, Copy, and Paste'. File > Options > Advanced > Cut, Copy, and Paste After you set these settings, ...


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The are at least three options: put the material in as a Picture put the material in as a Table put the material in as an embedded Object Picture is a good way to preserve format. It is easy to re-size and re-position a Picture. In Excel, copy As Picture and then paste the Picture into your Word doc.


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The closest I can find (using Office 2010; I'm not sure if it still works with newer versions) is to right-click your mouse, and under Paste Options: look for the icon that looks like a clipboard overlaid with a picture of a paintbrush (this should be the left-hand icon in the picture above).


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You can do it with find - replace: In the original document, before pasting it to the other one (save it to a temporary location if you want to prevent changes in the original copy): press CTRL+H Select "use wildcards" (if you don't see that option, then press "more") in "find what" enter: *^13 (0 or more characters and line break), then click format - ...


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When you want to type a dot . you can change the language to English and for numbers use your Arabic language. Just be aware that you should type the numbers inversely!


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It's been a while since I was using Word 2000, but if I remember correctly, the "Layout" tab did exist. Try selecting the "Tight" option, and see if that allows you to move things around freely. Alongside that, the link below may be helpful when you come to superimpose drawings: Sending Drawing Objects to the Back or Front - WordTips On a final note, Word ...


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Applying 1.0 line spacing to the formula itself solved the problem.


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I would look at the original image to verify what u see in the pdf is actually part of the image - which it appears to b. then look at the image format in word to see if it has been altered, cropped, whatever.


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Try different past options. Past options (clipboard icon) pops up after each paste. Default selections for in-line paste, cross-document paste and cross-application paste can also be changed in PowerPoint Options dialog.


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Instead of selecting the complete text in the bullet line, try carefully selecting just the words. Do not extend the cursor beyond the text and it should just copy the words without the bullet. Little painful, but works.


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You just click on Change User Name then under your given User name & Initials check mark the option ***Always use these values regardless sign


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It could be that Word doesn't know how to hyphenate the long words you redacted in that screenshot (I'm guessing they're foreign-language words or some kind of linguistic jargon?), so it can't break/wrap the lines well, which throws off the justification. Consider manually adding "optional hyphens" in all the appropriate places (e.g. between each of the ...


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You can do it using a Table of Contents (TOC) field, but you will need to select the text of each chapter and insert a bookmark. IMO the alternative to using a TOC would be to insert and maintain individual hyperlink fields. If you insert a Table of Contents, then use Alt-F9 to toggle field code display, you should see something like { TOC \o "1-3" \h \z ...


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I was having the same problem in the German version of Word 2013. I finally found the currently assigned shortcuts - Alt+1 instead of Alt+Ctrl+1 for Heading 1 etc. I managed to assign a different keyboard shortcut in the File → Options → Ribbon → Keyboard shortcuts. Listing all commands, I found the headings 1, 2 and 3 (no option for 4, 5 or ...


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There are two things that I'd recommend you try - Select the text, go to line spacing options, and set both the Spacing before and after to 0pt Click here for screenshot Select the row which you want to have the custom height, Go to Table properties, and then specify the height after a little trial and error, but ensure that the drop down is set to ...


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That particular dialog box only lets you define the structure of a number in a "single level list", so there is no way AFAIK to introduce numbers from other levels. The equivalent facility for multilevel lists does let you introduce numbers from the current or higher levels. If you go into that dialog and select (say) Level 3, you can insert the level 1 ...


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Depending of the language you are using the coma could be used as a sparator for decimal instead of thousands. The first thing to do is check your spelling corrector language and if in this language the correct separator is coma(,) or dot(.). If the previous doesn't solve your problem you can try to put the numbers using the Formula option in word.


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we can solve it in printing only by go to file print then from each page for one paper choose Appropriate paper size to a4 then print


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I had the same problem. One of these three solutions or all three together will fix it : (((( first sol )))) control panel devices and printers right click on xerox phaser and select printer properties go to advanced tab select "Print directly to the printer" ok and close all open windows. If this printer is shared it may mix documents but it won't give ...


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Yes, what you're looking for is called a page break. It's under Insert > Pages > Page Break. If you insert a page break, when you edit the spacing on your page it won't affect the following pages. I believe this is the behavior you're looking for. If you later add more content than will fit on one page Word will create a new page for the content to flow ...


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I'm pretty sure this isn't the finest/best solution, but this could work: Replace "< (straight quotes before the beginning of a word) by “ (opening curly quotes) Replace >" (straight quotes after the end of a word) by ” (closing curly quotes) Remember that the replacing menu can be opened with the shortcut Ctrl + H, and that you need to enable ...


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I got around this problem by changing the page size in Word from A4 to a custom size (the largest length possible). This was then long enough that when I inserted into excel as an object it all appeared. My original file was close to two pages long.


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Click the Format button in the bottom-left Click Border. Select shading and then Fill


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The short answer is "no". However, you should be able to select your paragraphs use insert->table->convert text to table to convert each paragraph into a cell in a 1-column table insert a column to the left type your month names in column 1 remove any table borders


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The best and easy way is to copy the data onto the excel and to move the cell data from right to left. This should be the best way. Use Excel.


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If you need to just print this document, you can do this by pasting into Excel. Lines will appear that will show you where the split occurs. I use this when people send me long images.


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Thanks all for the help. In the end, it seems it was a mixture of a lot of things (fonts not having the same name, on different software, on different platforms, fonts not working, etc.). Since we're going online (Office online, Dropbox, etc), we're gonna try and go with default "system" fonts that are available Online, so I'll drop this project and won't ...


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I had some similar issues when installing Office 2016, but what worked for me was activating Office in another Office app (e.g. PowerPoint, Excel). Oddly the activation stayed active this way, whereas in Word it would revert back to being unactivated. If that doesn't work, the recommended procedure is to completely uninstall Office and try again.


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I am missing microsoft word 原稿用紙アドイン under application add-in. You need to install an East Asian language pack. See below for instructions. Genko Settings Genko settings, short for genkō yōshi, refers to the Japanese term for paper lightly printed with square grid background to assist positioning of writing East Asian characters. The feature is ...


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There isn't a lot of detail to your question about how the original TOC was created, so I am going to give you a basic answer. In Word, the Table of Contents (TOC) is typically created based off the font styles. The easiest way to create a table of contents is to use the built-in heading styles. You can also create a table of contents that is based ...


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I don't think it's possible with columns as you tried. Closest workaround could be to insert a table with three columns and one rows, set it to have even column widths, then insert your tables into the cells of this new table. (Of course you can remove borders of the big table, so finally it would look like as you expect.)


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How can I balance the two columns of text to make them of equal length? The following instructions are written for three columns, but should also work for two columns. If this doesn't work, it is because Word will not override the "keep together" and "keep with" paragraph settings, and you may need to adjust these to give Word the freedom to balance the ...


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MS has a KB on this topic: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3025036 Apparently an update in 2014 (MS14-082), causes this issue. the MS advice is to install ALL windows update pertinent to your Office installation. There is a list for office 2010 in the KB.


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Word Compresses Resized Images Have you ever resized a large image 50% smaller and noticed the size in bytes decreased? It's the same process in Word. There is an option that controls this feature per document. If you are using Word 2013, it's located in Word's Options (File > Options > Advanced) under Image size and quality. In your case, the option ...


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On Office 365, seems you need to do it slightly differently to the above answers. You need to add a custom property to the document, and then access it indirectly via a "DocProperty" field. To make the custom property Click File > Info. Click the drop-down triangle next to Properties on the right. Click Advanced Properties. Click Custom tab. At Name: type ...



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