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It's called a Tool(bar) Window. Any windows that have the WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW extended style will be rendered without a system menu or minimize/maximize boxes, and a small titlebar. In Windows XP and up (that support themes), tool windows are usually rendered without rounded corners (at least with the default themes). This style is usually used for toolbars ...


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This details the name of this window style and the options available in .NET; see @Synetech's excellent answer for the original purpose of this window style, the reasons it may be used for such a dialog box and the implementation in unmanaged Windows programs such as Notepad++. The window has square corners and looks like that because one of the ...


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To change the background (shading): Click the Format button in the bottom-left Click Border... Go to the Shading tab.


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Apparently, you can't. Also, Editing improvements section here says: Gallery of basic Styles OneNote 2010 adds a quick gallery of basic note-taking styles, such as Heading 1, 2, 3. While not intended to match the complexity of a word processor's style gallery, these basic styles provide a quick and easy way to apply a consistent ...


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I solved the problem with these steps: I selected the text and in the context menu instead of selecting Edit Paragraph Style I selected Paragraph. To my surprise though I had selected Outline Level as Body Text in Outline and numbering of Edit Paragraph style, it was still Level 1 in Paragraph's Outline Level. Once I changed it to Body Text everything went ...


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There is an ASCII Art Generator which may help you out.


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In Word 2010, installing additional templates is quite easy, you can find lots of free and attractive looking templates from Office.com. Hit the Template name from the list displayed under the Office.com Templates section, and click the Download button located in the left side, under the preview image of the template. ...


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LibreOffice uses the settings of the default document template for a new file unless you select another template to start with. You want to substitute your own template for the default template. Prepare a document containing your desired styles and settings, delete all the text and save the document as a template in the template management system ...


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Besides the myriad of generators floating around on the web, there are also programs to do this. The most well known is probably figlet.


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In the end, I just copied over the file where Stylish stores its styles. This is a SQLite file (stylish.sqlite) typically located in: Windows Vista/Windows 7: C:\Users\Your-Username\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\Some-Random-String.default Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\Your-Username\Application ...


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What you're looking for is a Drop Cap. An article on how to do it can be found here: On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Drop Cap, and then click Dropped or In margin. Hold the mouse pointer over your choice to see a preview in your document. There are options you can apply to change the font etc.


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Yeah, the fact that styles can't be customized or re-ordered is annoying. However, it is actually possible to customize the "Normal" style's font characteristics. Go to File, Options, General and then you can specify the font characteristics under Default font. Also, you can apply the Normal style using the shortcut key Ctrl+Shift+N. I find this is useful ...


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I thought this odd behavior had to be specific to French. Surely letters such as å or ö would be correctly capitalized to ÅÖ, and indeed they are. Furthermore, if I change the language of the text to, say, German, then all accents are preserved. In fact, the behavior is specific to text in the “French (France)” language — accented letters in other French ...


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This is possible using tabstops. It's a little bit cumbersome because you'll have to calculate the position of the "centre" tabstop yourself. In the following example, i'm assuming you're working with a4 paper in portrait format, the width of the entire page is 21 cm. Assuming left and right margin is 2 cm each, the "content area" has width of 17 cm. If ...


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Alternatively, you can go up to the "Styles" panel in the ribbon and right click the desired style, and click "Select All", and then simply pick a different style.


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You can get an add-in that will allow you to customize the styles in Onenote. Haven't tried it myself but the comments indicate it works as stated. Onetastic Custom Styles http://omeratay.com/onetastic/?i=update-for-onetastic-1-3-0#custom-styles Onetastic Download http://omeratay.com/onetastic/?r=download Versions available for Onenote 2010 32-bit and ...


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For the record, this is what I ended up with: (This all applies to Word 2003, other versions should be similar.) Under File, choose "Save as Web Page." In the format pull-down, choose "filtered web page" and save as a .htm file. Th HTML that gets kicked out is pretty terrible, BUT at the very top of the document is all of the CSS styles in one style ...


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You should be able to select all of the cells in the original worksheet, copy them, and then "paste special" (Edit > Paste Special) in the target workbook. From within the "paste special" dialog, you can specify only formulas, values, etc. and omit style information. Disclaimer: I haven't tried this with Excel 2007 or higher. I'm stuck on the old ...


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Not sure if this is even remotely reliable, but I have discovered that if I copy/paste syntax highlighted code from Visual Studio 2010 into Word 2010, then select the line just above the code block with it before applying a style to it, then the colours are preserved. I'm inclined to agree with what rumtscho's answer says with regard to how styles should ...


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Open "normal.dotm" which should be located in C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates and set the style you want to use; then save it. Now restart Word and it should be good.


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These are all the same menu with additions. Some applications add entries to their System menu - the menu that one sees when clicking on the little logo picture that is on the upper-left of the application's window border. Windows simply displays the same menu when one right-clicks the task bar.


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You can easily import styles from another file: Open up the document into which you want to import your styles. From the Tools Menu, choose Templates and Add-ins. Press the “Organizer” button. This will open a frame with two side-by-side lists. The list on the left are the styles in your document. The list on the right are the styles in your Normal.dot ...


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Gmail is aware of Word styles. Any styling on text copied from Word is pasted from the clipboard as either Word HTML or RTF if the destination application supports those formats (which Gmail's editor does). Visual Studio's styling isn't copied to the clipboard as Word HTML or RTF, so Gmail's editor will ignore the VS styling. However, Word is aware of VS ...


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Right click on the style in the Quick Style Gallery Click on Modify In the bottom left corner of the popup click on the Format menu Click on Language Select the check box "Do not check spelling or grammer" Click OK on the Language dialog box Click OK on the Modify Style dialog box The spell checking will not immediately disappear. But new words you create ...


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Under the "Home" ribbon, in the "Editing" section, select "Replace". You may need to select "More" to see all the options. Put the cursor in the "Find what" field. At the bottom, click the "Format" button. Select "Style". Select the style that should be "demoted". Start with the lowest level style in the document (ie. don't start at the titles). ...


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To change the font size for a specific footer in Word, use Range.Font.Si‌​ze ActiveDocument.Sections(1).Footers(1).Range.Font.Size = 6 Syntax explained ActiveDocument: A Document object that represents the active document. Other ways to access Word files are Document(index) or Document("Fullname") .Sections(index): A section is a complicated concept ...


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Originally I posted the extension Yarip as being able to accomplish what you want. As pointed out by JohnKiller in many cases it won't do the job because of the width/margin issues that he mentioned. Firebug + Firediff (to export the changes) + Stylish (to make changes persistent) is definitely the way to go. I was able to identify what was needed to get ...


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You can use the same method as in Word 2007. Click the 3 vertical dots in the box that says "Update Table" at the top so the whole table is selected, then right click and select "Toggle Field Codes" (or type Shift+F9), and edit the field code to include whatever header levels you want. So, e.g., to include Header levels 1-4, the field code would be {TOC \o ...


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From the Microsoft Press blog Why use styles in Word? I've learned the following facts: Normal is based on document defaults, not a base style, so it will change only when you edit it explicitly or when you change the default font or paragraph formatting for the document or attached template. You must note, that it is possible to override ...


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The file with solution is shared here. Explaining: Supposing the logic used is following: if data is less or equal 3 → font is gray bold if data is greater or equal 10 → font is bold And the columns given by you on that example are from A to C, and from 1 to 14... You just have to do the following: Select C2; Go to Format → Conditional Formatting → ...



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