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comment Correcting paper size in Microsoft Word without losing the existing page formatting
How do you expect getting rid of the margins without changing the flow of the paragraphs? Either the margins remain, or there will be more text per page, and that will affect the layout.
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comment Correcting paper size in Microsoft Word without losing the existing page formatting
What is the problem when printing it on A4 paper?
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answered Is it possible to do any programming on the Microsoft Surface RT?
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comment Is it possible to do any programming on the Microsoft Surface RT?
Thanks, I haven't bought the Surface yet, and I know about the Pro, but I really want to try the Surface RT (lighter, cheaper, longer battery life, Jeff likes it...)
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comment Is it possible to do any programming on the Microsoft Surface RT?
I do have Python 2.7.3 installed on my iPhone, too. Something like that would be great for Surface...
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asked Is it possible to do any programming on the Microsoft Surface RT?
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comment Why are some (all?) files bigger on Mac OS X?
...and I guess they did it so people would finally stop complaining "My new 3 TB drive only has 2.7 TB! I'm being robbed!"
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answered Computer won't boot after applying thermal paste
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comment Python auto indents when I copy/paste
This will mess up indentation everywhere else in the file...
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comment Python auto indents when I copy/paste
This is not a programming question according to the FAQ. You should ask this on SuperUser (or read the manual of your editor), because it's not Python, it's your editor that does the indenting.