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Yes, this is possible - to do this you need to: Set the Title style to your desired Outline level so it will be available in the Table of Contents: Open the Styles window (Alt+Ctrl+Shift+S) Scroll down to the Title style and select Modify... Click the Format button and select Paragraph... Set the Outline level to your desired level This will add the ...


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According to this article on Vertical Alignment of an Inline Graphic: The effect that Robert is noticing is the default behavior for inline graphics, although the cause he cites is backwards—it is actually the graphic that defaults to bottom alignment with the text, not the text with the graphic. So the solution involves adjusting the vertical positioning ...


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In Word 2010: Go to File > Options > Advanced. Scroll down to the Show document content section - you will find the Numeral option. Set it to Context.


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This can be a bit confusing since the Word 2007+ context menu on your document is a bit useless. Regardless, changing the orientation of a single document is simple if you know where to look. Follow the steps listed below to rotate a single page in your document. First, place your cursor on the page that you would like to rotate. If you want to insert a ...


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I had the same problem - luckily the solution (found here) is very simple! Insert the reference as you normally would Right click the reference (the gray field) Select "Toggle field codes" You should see something like this: { REF _Ref218925266 \h } Simply change this to: { REF _Ref218925266 \# 0 \h } Voila! Now Word persistently only shows the number. ...


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I simulated this behavior by creating two styles: TermStyle and DefinitionStyle. I formatted them as desired, and then set the "following style" option for TermStyle to DefinitionStyle, and vice versa. This lets me enter alternating terms and definitions without needing to do any manual formatting.


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To fix issue like this in Microsoft Word where the Synonyms for a particular document is in different language or the proofing language/spell check is changed to French, Spanish, etc; First select all the document (shortcut Ctrl + A) and navigate to Review Tab > Language > Set Proofing Language and then in the pop up , make sure the check-box "Detect ...


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Yes there is. I would sugest using Powershell as it handles Word files quite well. I think i will be the easiest way. More on Powershell vs Word automation in here: http://www.simple-talk.com/dotnet/.net-tools/com-automation-of-office-applications-via-powershell/ I have digged a little deeper and i found this powershell script: param([string]$docpath,[...


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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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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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I can repeat the first row by checking "Repeat row as table header" in the Table properties but I don't know how to make the top two rows repeat. Any ideas? You can set the top two rows to repeat as header. You just have to select them at the same time when changing the option so that they both to repeat together. I don't have Word 2007 or 2010 handy to ...


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Open the Word document, go to your cover page and then Page layout > Margins > Custom margins Choose 0" as the margin width for top, bottom, left and right Copy-paste your image into the page, resize it to fit the entire page. Click on this image, go to Page layout > Text Wrapping and choose 'Behind text'. Press enter so that your cursor is below the image ...


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@mutzmatron is right, replacing ^p^p with ^p actually is the proper way. However, when my documents contains e.g. ^p^p^p^p or similar, it won't pick them all up and will again leave ^p^p. So I've to run this search/replace operation a few times until all cases have been covered.


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To sort this out, I followed the steps below - Right click the number Click 'Adjust List Indents...' Click 'More >>' (bottom left) Untick the 'Restart lst after:' option on the right Set 'Apply changes to:' to 'This point forward' (top right) Click 'OK' Right click the number again Select 'Numbering -> Set numbering value...' Select 'Continue from previous ...


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For anyone else wondering on how to actually get text beneath the underbrace, i.e. to label it: You need to type another _ and then press SPACE again. So the correct answer to this question should be: Type "\underbrace" Press SPACE Type "_" Press SPACE Either navigate with the arrow keys or click on the placeholders to finish the input. Hope this helps ...


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Here are the steps to disable Word from formatting the ' to a ’. Click the Office Button in the top left corner, open Word Options Go to Proofing then to AutoCorrect Options... Click on the AutoFormat tab Under Replace uncheck the box labeled : "Straight Quotes" with "Smart Quotes" Click on the AutoFormat As You Type tab and uncheck a similar ...


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Right click the file and select Properties, and on the first page there is a button saying "Unblock." You can also add the domain name of where you got the file from to your Trusted Sites list in the Internet Options control panel.


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Here are two answers (with some overlap): Step 1: On the “Review” tab, in the “Tracking” panel, go into the “Show Markup” dropdown and clear everything but “Comments”, like this:         (If you don’t have any tracked changes (other than comments) you can skip this step.) and then either Step 2A: Still in the “Tracking” panel, enable a “Reviewing Pane”, ...


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Ctrl+A followed by Ctrl+Shift+F9. (Ctrl+A selects all, and Ctrl+Shift+F9 is the command to unlink a field).


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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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Use Alt+Shift+Right Arrow. You're welcome.


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For those with Word 2010, this can be achieved by right-clicking on the line in question, and selecting Paragraph, then changing "Outline level" to "Body text".


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Go under View and press New Window.


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Copy this code to a module in VBA Editor (Alt + F11) for your document. If there isn't a module already, you can select to add one from the insert menu. Sub PicResize() Dim PercentSize As Integer PercentSize = 75 If Selection.InlineShapes.Count > 0 Then Selection.InlineShapes(1).ScaleHeight = PercentSize Selection....


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Word 2010: Word options > Advanced > Show document content > Document view (choose Right-to-Left)


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Add and enable the alternate language under Start / Programs / Microsoft Office / Microsoft Office Tools / 2007 Microsoft Office system Language Settings Click the round Office button: Click Word Options: Click Customize: In the Choose commands from drop-down menu, select Home Tab instead of Popular Commands Find and highlight Left-to-Right Direction, ...


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The Backspace can be used to delete the highlighted table cells, whereas the Delete key which is usually found in the row above it will clear the contents of the highlighted cells.


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To capitalize a word, use Shift+F3. This will change "this" to "This". Pressing Shift+F3 again will change "This" to "THIS". And once more, "THIS" back to "this". List of keyboard shortcuts for Word 2002, Word 2003, and Word 2007


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The answer here was actually fairly simple, if you run your own webserver. If you do not, you'll have to point your host to this post. It turns out that Apache and IIS don't have the new MS Office file formats (docx, xslx, pptx, etc.) listed on their Mime Types table, so IE doesn't know specifically what they are. Apparently the new Open XML Document ...


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Open your document in Word, then use "Save as..." to save it in ".xml" format. Open the .xml file in wordpad, notepad, emacs, or other text editor of your choice. Search for the string w:enforcement="1" (or w:enforcement="on"). Replace the "1" with a "0" (or replace "on" with "off") to disable enforcement. (This step unlocks the document.) Save the .xml ...


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