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I'm not sure why it's included in the export, but this is one of the default "Image Fills":


tl;dr: it's the default shape fill, strictly unnecessary if there are no shapes. XLSX, DOCX and other formats use OPC (the open packaging conventions), which mandates the zip container and describes how files should be laid out. If there is a file that you do not recognize, look in the various relationship files (they end in .rels). In this case, the ...


Keynote files exported to PowerPoint do things like this too. That PNG is a background fill from Keynote, and is made available to PowerPoint to be used as the default shape fill for shapes created in the exported document. Keynote not only exports your document, but also the template style elements it was created with - even if some of those style elements ...


If you click on the little triangle to the right of the Save As box it will open more detailed window to choose where to save it. OS X has both a simple and expanded Save dialog and applications can choose to show one or the other as the default Save dialog. Looks like MS Office defaults to the simplified view.


Instead of Save As... PDF, Print->"Save as PDF". You can get around the print margins by setting up a printer/presentation that has no margins, "full bleed". A few important steps: First, go to File -> Page Setup and make sure that you've got the dimensions there identical for the default paper size in the printer. In my case, it's 8.5 x 11 inches for ...


It really depends on what you're looking to optimize for, effort to implement or $$$ spent: 1) You could spring for Outlook for Mac which will know how to import your PST and will also make its contents indexable for spotlight. Downsides include the $$$ and the memory overhead involved in launching Outlook when you want to get into the details of an old ...


To activate Outlook from Bash (assuming normal install): open /Applications/Microsoft\ Office\ 2011/Microsoft\ Outlook.app What did you want to do with it beyond that?


Unfortunately, this feature is not currently available in Outlook 2011. Personally I think it was a huge mistake to omit this feature in the Mac version of Office 2011. The best you can do is to send your feedback by clicking Help > Send Feedback... in any Office application, or by clicking on this link. However, if your feedback is taken into ...

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