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Yes, you can. Insert a section break before and after the page you want to turn to landscape and then you can use page layout on that page only. Also, here is another approach using margins. In general, section breaks in Word are a good way to change any of the settings that you usually think of as global to your document. For example, you can use section ...

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Try this way for a quick solution:- Copy the filtered 10 results into another sheet Delete the actual sheet EDIT: As per the update, below are the steps:- Before starting, take a backup copy of excel sheet Assuming you are filtered all the records and showing only 10 Rows Remaining 1000's are hidden Click on Office Button Click on Prepare option ...

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Here’s a method that works in Word 2010, but I don’t see a reason for it to not work in Word 2007. Insert a text box (Insert > Text Box > Simple Text Box). Delete the default text, and insert a table. You should resize the text box to suit. When you’re done, click on the text box and you should get the normal box sizing controls including a green Rotation ...

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The active cursor is even with the bottom left of the table normally. You can just hit Ctrl+Home to get to the very first character of the file, then Enter to move the table down. If your table is positioned after the section break, or on top of any other page, or anywhere else for that matter, place the cursor in the top left cell of the table, and hit ...

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I'd try googling again. Searching for "Excel 2007 named ranges" yields lots of results, as does "Excel 2007 tables." They are pretty separate topics, although with some overlap, so that may be why your difference search isn't working. It's like if I researched "difference between bicycles and wheels" - bikes do have wheels, but wheels have many other ...

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I am not familiar with the Excel clipboard format, but there is a lovely suite of tools for pasting tabular data in the form of a Palette. Open this page and scroll down to Pasting tabular data into notebooks. When you evaluate that block of code, you will get a Palette with three buttons for different formats. I think there is a good probability that one ...

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From allexperts.com: There are a few things you can check on: Make sure that the second table doesn't have any rows marked as heading rows. Make sure that neither table is wrapped (wrapping should be set to None on the Table tab of Table Properties). Make sure that neither table (even if they appear identical) is nested in one large ...

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Although Access doesn't offer this function natively, it can be achieved through a query, like the following: CREATE TABLE TableThatIncrements ( Id AUTOINCREMENT(1001,1) ) This will create a single table that's called "TableThatIncrements" with a single column, named "Id". You can now use the table editor to add properties and/or other columns. Change ...

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Again, the answer to your problem is a query! And it's the following you need: SELECT Name FROM FirstTable UNION SELECT Name FROM SecondTable UNION SELECT Name FROM ThirdTable etc. This will give you a set of records from the column name that were gathered by the query from the FirstTable, SecondTable and ThirdTable. You can then use the lookup wizard ...

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There is no way to change the background color of cells in a table in OneNote http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-onenote/in-onenote-tables-how-can-i-change-the-background/5fe682ea-5a07-43dd-815a-2b4d8af646d5.

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This should get you a good chunk of what you want: \begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}{ l l } \hline The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog & Another example of text \\ \hline The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog & Another example of text \\ \end{tabular*} Some explanation: The tabular* environment lets you set a lot of layout ...

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Sounds like ForceBindIP is what you're looking for :) ForceBindIP - Bind any Windows application to a specific interface ForceBindIP is a freeware Windows application that will inject itself into another application and alter how certain Windows Sockets calls are made, allowing you to force the other application to use a specific network ...

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Type M-x orgtbl-mode, then C-c C-c | Name | Rank | No. | | Stan Ridgway | Private First Class | 8797 | | John Rambo | Private | 889897 | | George S. Patton | General | 0879797 |

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Have you seen Filter for unique values or remove duplicate values? Select the range of cells, or make sure the active cell is in a table. On the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, click Advanced. In the Advanced Filter dialog box, do one of the following: To filter the range of cells or table in place, click Filter the list, in-place. To copy ...

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Rather than setting Column D (I guess that’s what it is) to be TEXT() of the value you want, just set it to the value, C3-B3, and format it as h:mm.  The add them as usual, and format the total as [h]:mm.  h:mm will display hours modulo 24; [h]:mm will allow the hours part to be ≥ 24 (and to be displayed as such).

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There isn't any built-in feature for this, but there is a great alternative. By far the easiest way is to use Microsoft Word auto numbering. If you start a numbered list in the first column and then "tab" over several times to start a new row you will find the numbering continues in the next row of the same column which is a really nice feature. Also, you ...

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In Excel 2007 and beyond use AVERAGEIF Example: =AVERAGEIF(A2:A7,1,B2:B7) Will return the average of the values in B2:B7 where the corresponding value in A2:A7 is 1.

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It's not possible to paste data from Excel to Mathematica without additional software like "Mathematica Link for Excel". But you could import the data in Mathematica. See f.e. XLS Import.

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Grep allows you to use regular expressions to match patterns within the file using the -E flag, or you can use the egrep command which is equivalent to grep -E: grep -E 'A1|B3|C2' filename or egrep 'A1|B3|C2' filename The vertical bar, |, is the OR operator meaning match string A1 or B3 or C2. Regular expression syntax varies from tool to tool, but ...

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Unlike Excel, Access is a database and not a spreadsheet software. The data displayed in the screen you included is not a table per se: rows and columns are one of the many ways of displaying data. You can sort the data any way you want, but it will only change the way they are displayed currently, not the way they are stored. (In this example, they seem to ...

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PDF2Table This gives it out to XML I think. If we surf the web we can find PDF files in heaps. Once technical details of an amazing five mega pixel digital camera, once a statistic about the last two years incomes of an enterprise, and once a brilliant crime novel of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is saved in a PDF file. The widespread use of ...

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Your problem might be that it was pasted into the pdf as an image by the origional author. If this is the case (you could find out by seeing if other text in the document will copy as text) your only options are probably to copy it by hand (hope you can touch type) or use OCR software that comes with scanners.

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There are several ways to do this: A: Place the cursor just outside the table, then press ENTER. B: Add buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar (and even assign keyboard short-cuts). The commands you need to add are called: Insert Rows Insert Rows Above Insert Rows Below C: When the cursor is inside the table, click the "Layout" tab to reveal the buttons ...

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Tables must exist as contiguous areas of cells on a sheet, and every column must have a heading (even if they are hidden by turning the heading row off). They have lots of features like including total rows, filter / sort arrows by default (without having to turn them on), the column headings replace the usual A, B, C if you scroll down, all sorts of stuff. ...

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The problem is that you are basiing your reference to the parent purely on position by using a simple formula. What you need to to do is adjust Table 2 so that it uses a pointer to the proper value in Table 1. A B C D 1 Id Price Parent Parent Price 2 2001 50.00 1001 =VLOOKUP(C1, Sheet1!$A$1:$B$30, ...

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Some links that may be helpful: Structured referencing in Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Using structured references with Excel tables Want to become a Data God? Learn Excel Data Tables Working with Tables in Excel 2007

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I wouldn't even bother trying to do this - it would be quicker to recreate the table in Word, Excel or Publisher, or a similar open-source package. I think you would need specialist software to recover the original table from the image, and in my experience the results are always not good enough, so you spend as much time tweaking as you would have ...

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Are you trying to do this with table styles, or just for an individual table? For an individual table you just need to select the row and click Borders and Shading to update just that row. Make sure you select "Custom" on the left hand side under Setting, to make sure you can play with individual lines. Use the Style and Width to set what sort of line you ...

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