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Office 2001 isn't designed to run natively on OS X. It needs either OS 9 or some form of translation software. Apple used to provide this in the form of Rosetta, which was part of the OS X operating system until OS X 10.6 in 2009. It used to be available as an additional download by launching the App Store, or by installing it from the 'Extras' folder on ...


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Mac OS X 10.6 and the hardware it runs on is too new to run Office 2001. Office 2001 required Mac OS 8, 9 or Classic. To run Classic under OS X, you need a Power PC based Mac, and up to Mac OS X version 10.4. Your options: run Office 2001 in SheepShaver which emulates Mac OS 9 on a current Mac. This is a bit tricky to setup. You need a copy of OS 9, a ...


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PDF You can easily create a PDF of your calendar and attach that PDF file: Open Calendar.app and go to the right date on your calendar 'File' -> 'Print' (or CommandP) Select your settings and press 'Continue' Press the button in the lower left corner that says 'PDF' Now you can 'Save as PDF' or 'Email PDF' PNG You can also make a quick and dirty ...


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Use the built-in Heading paragraph styles: apply these to your headings, and they will be numbered automatically. If you do this you can also generate a table of contents (to use as your outline).


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Go to System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts and there will be various shortuc setups for almost anything. If you see something that is not listed, Make a service in Automator and add it as shortcut: Here you see the service in Automator. It ain't always have to be an AppleScript. You can chose other services from the Menu on the left. And here is a ...


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Using Outlook 2011 you can generate a synoptic calendar using print function (listed into File menu) and saving it like a PDF. Now you can share your calendar via email, if you don't want to provide a calendar subscription. Another solution is to link your calendar inside Calendar Mac OS X application, and after this share the calendar or generate a ...


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Quitting the app with Option + Command + Q will ensure all windows are closed, and on the next open, only the intended file will open. Go over to ~/Library/Saved Application State/ and change the permissions of your intended folder (com.microsoft.Word.savedState) to read-only. These are essentially hacks - both tested on OS X 10.10.3 (Yosemite) and works. ...


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I had mixed results with the above method. It would work once, and then just scroll to the last email received in my list after that. However, I launched Automator (in Applications folder) and created a service (looks like a gear) from the new workflow menu. From there it only took 2 actions from the several Outlook choices included in Automator: • Get ...


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The Escape key unmaximizes Excel. Another way is to push the mouse cursor to the top edge of the screen. The menu bar would appear. A blue unmaximize button will appear in the top right corner. Finally, you can use Control-Command-F. That should work with all programs, not just Excel.


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I had this same problem. I tried all the various suggestions--including those that clearly did not apply to me--and nothing worked. I was literally going to return this MacBook Pro...then I notice a note about copying and pasting the whole document into a new black document and it worked! My starting point was a ~500 page Word 2003 document from a PC. I had ...


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Preview app on 10.6.8 doesn't let you extract images except by selecting then copying and creating a new file from clipboard. Another way is using the free unix xpdf tools. They come with a utility called pdfimages. I just used it on a PDF and it perfectly extracted the images from the file. For example... pdfimages -f 2 -l 2 -j 27487.pdf testname It ...



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