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comment Vim shows strange characters <91>,<92>
@lambacck: I was assuming that the file contains the literal strings "91" and "92", and in that case this command is correct. If these are hex characters, then you're right, you'd need your substitution command or something similar.
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comment How to change language in MS Word table style
I'm reading the original question as that he does want to spell-check the table contents, just not in English. Your way would disable spell-checking altogether.
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comment Hyperlinks in Word 2010 show ugly code instead of normal underline text link
Alt-F9 will toggle between displaying field codes (e.g., {HYPERLINK whatever} and the actual values (e.g., \\whatever). That's probably what the linked page said.
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comment Fill sparse rows in Excel
@Jens: You learn something new every day! Thanks.
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comment Fill sparse rows in Excel
Are you sure about that? Looks like your logic is backwards (<>"" means that the cell is not empty). Also, the parts of an IF statement in an Excel spreadsheet have to be delimited with commas rather than semicolons.
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