I'm not sure what the "Custom Document Properties" method is. I suspect it is creating Custom Document Properties and using DocProperty fields in your document that have to be updated if the property is changed.
You want to use Mapped Content Controls (mapped to XML part)
These will automatically update when a change is made to any copy of the ...
You are not using Word Paragraphs to break the text into paragraphs but so called Manual Line Breaks. Effectively Word then treats all text as 1 paragraph so that's why everything is a header.
Either manually or with find replace-special you can replace them.
Try selecting all of the text in your document and setting the proofing language for that text.
Turn off the option to Automatically Detect Language. Word is not very good at this.
See my Article "Proofing Language Keeps Changing - Solutions".
This is on the Microsoft Community Answers forum for Word.
The key concept is that the proofing language ...
According to my experience, my shared mailbox couldn't subscribe these update message automatically, so I think your issue may be related to any setting in your admin center or there may be any redirect rules in your organization.
Actually, We could find the subcribe address on the end of messages like below:.
If it's an admin address in your organization, ...
When creating a Microsoft 365 group in Outlook or SharePoint, the group mailbox is visible in Outlook. When creating a team in Teams, the group mailbox is hidden by default. You can use the Set-UnifiedGroup cmdlet with the HiddenFromExchangeClientsEnabled parameter to make a mailbox visible.
How Microsoft 365 Groups work with Teams
Office may be starting because it is not registered and is trying to get you to register it.
Uninstalling it should not break any non-Office DLLs and is an option open to you. You can always reinstall Office at a later time.
You can try preventing it from starting.
To prevent Office unregistered from starting, I suggest you look at Autoruns (Microsoft ...
I can point you in the right direction, but cannot test if it works.
See the article
Associate an Office 365 tenant with an Azure subscription.
This article claims that the procedure is very easy, and it walks you through it
with screenshots at every step.
Heavier background documentation about the subject is available from Microsoft at
Microsoft 365 ...
If the question is about the desktop version of Outlook,
create two shortcuts on your desktop called Calendar and Inbox,
right-click them an select "Pin to taskbar". The two will point to:
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\root\Office16\OUTLOOK.EXE" /select Outlook:Calendar
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\root\Office16\OUTLOOK....
Your issue is that INDEX doesn't return the contents of the target cell including hyperlink, just the cell value. You can use HYPERLINK to turn a cell value in the form of a URL back into a clickable link.
So, you're basically doing this:
And all you get is the text, not a clickable link.
Will do what you want it to do. Since you said it's ...
You have to change the date when Office triggers the banner. The other methods work until the next Windows "so called update" gets installed, then it sets them right back where they were.
I can't remember the exact place in the registry where this trigger date is located, but when I find it I'll pass it along. On my other Wni10 box I set it to ...
I managed to solve my issue by using a SumIfs formula, along with my list of expenses, with types:
SUMIFS: range; (criteria_range; criteria) x for each criteria
values: Named range for the values, spanning ...
It might work if you use a Group Content Control for your entire document, but I thing the best method would be to...
Use Frames rather than Text Boxes
This is the standard way Word positions addresses on an envelope, but you can use it in the letter itself. Here is my page on Textboxes and Frames in Word.
Here is a link to that part of the page on how to ...
The online version of Excel does have a Conditional Formatting button in the Home pane:
The method to use is very similar to that described for the Desktop version
in the articles you have linked to.
For a detailed description with screenshots, see the article
How to Use Conditional Formatting in Excel Online