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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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:
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 ...
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:
Either navigate with the arrow keys or click on the placeholders to finish the input.
Hope this helps ...
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)
Right click the number again
Select 'Numbering -> Set numbering value...'
Select 'Continue from previous ...
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 ...
@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.
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”, ...
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:
In the Choose commands from drop-down menu, select Home Tab instead of Popular Commands
Find and highlight Left-to-Right Direction, ...
Try saving the document as HTML. The images will appear in PNG format in a folder next to the output file called (DocumentName)_Files. From my tests the quality looks much better than when converting to DOC and is not blurred.
This looks like the image is being inserted inline (as one giant character in the paragraph) and the paragraph has line spacing set to "Exactly". Change the line spacing to something else e.g "At Least" and this should fix it self.
This one is harder to guess what's going wrong. Make sure you position the caret in the correct place before pasting. Also you ...
First, delete all those periods and spaces you put in. Your page number (shown below in Roman numerals) should be butted up against the
end of the last word in the heading.
Insert a tab immediately in front of the page number.
Access the paragraph formatting window. In Word 2007, you ...
Method 1: Update Field
Highlight entire document: Ctrl-A
Right click on any table caption number (highlighted in a darker grey)
Click "Update Field"
Method 2: Insert temporary table
Insert a new table at the end of the document.
Add a caption, with numbering. (All previous numbers should update.)
Remove the new table.
I created five tables and put a ...
According to this answer to a question on StackOverflow, Word versions '97-2013 used regular regexp syntax (pun intended). Unfortunately, it seems that Microsoft has since ditched regexp in favor of its own "Wildcard" syntax. I'm running Word 2016, and the only alternative to the basic literal searching (with a few special character escapes) ...
In Word 2010, go to File->Options->Trust Center->Trust Center Settings. Then, uncheck "Remove personal information from the file properties on save"
In Word 2013, it falls under File -> Options -> Trust Center -> Trust Center Settings... -> Privacy Options. It is found under the Document-specific settings section.
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 ...
If i understand correctly, you need to set the margin between the page border and the top of the Header to a certain value. You can achieve this easily in LibreOffice Writer, so you don't need to manipulate the document in MS Word.
There are different spacing values you can set:
On the Page tab, you can set the Top/Bottom margins of the entire page. If you ...
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&...
Using the "delete" key instead of "backspace" should do it. On a PC, anyway.
If you're on a Mac, and therefore don't have a real "delete" key (the "delete" key on the Mac's keyboard is functionally equivalent to a "backspace" key on a PC), you can do "fn + delete" to accomplish the desired effect.