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To find and install default Microsoft fonts on a Mac: Navigate HERE in your browser. Download the .ZIP file. Unzip it (double-click it). Open the folder that appears. Select all the .TTF files inside the folder. With the files selected, right-click. From the pop-up menu, choose "open with → Font Book". Click "Install Font" for each font. Note: You may ...


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You can use the open command: open test.xlsx or, to specify the application explicitly: open test.xlsx -a /Applications/Microsoft\ Office\ 2011/Microsoft\ Excel.app/ or even, open test.xlsx -a "Microsoft Excel"


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That feature is not supported on any version of Office for Mac to date. The closest you can get is to change the view. Look towards the bottom left of the screen. You will see icons and the 4th one should be a different color than the other 5. The 2 furthest to the left will allow you to have something that somewhat does the feature that you are looking for. ...


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Before you begin, make a copy of the document somewhere. Don't try this on the original in case you run into additional problems. Can you select the text before and after this text box? EG if you drag to highlight in the paragraph before the text box and you continue to drag (even if you have to go to the bottom of the document) down the document does it ...


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After days of looking, I've found the answer, via Having Problems Activating Office for iPad? Here’s a Simple Solution Briefly: Instead of saying “I already have a subscription”, choose the Read-only option Then click on the Activate button at lower-left Then you have an option to activate by using your Microsoft Office 365 account credentials For me, ...


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Apple mail archive are in .mbox format which is not a supported Outlook format in windows. You cannot import this file, that's why. You might want to look for a .mbox to .pst converter. To help you out this might help you: Trial MBOX Converter


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One workaround is to assign a keyboard shortcut to inserting an equation. This only gets you the ability to type an equation, not use the Equation Tools in the Ribbon. You can also get the Equation Editor to open in a separate window via assigning a keyboard shortcut. If this workaround is sufficient for you, it's fully documented here. There is a ...


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I would be more concerned with Excel and the version of Microsoft Office you're running. Ensure you have the latest version of Office 2011, currently at least 14.3.9 (English version) to be compatible with Mavericks. Also, depending on what you are copying/pasting, you can try "Paste Special..." in Excel and select "Text" so you only get clean text and not ...



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