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Office 2016 for Mac has a stable release available for Office 365 subscribers. It'll be available as a standalone purchase at some unspecified date in September. Until then, it looks like Microsoft has taken their beta down. What you could do is wait as long as you can bear to live without Office and then sign up for a free trial of Office 365, and then ...


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You were not able to get Excel to do this for you? The only thing I was not able to do was to get the Horizontal labels centered underneath the columns, but you could likely do it by hand if you hid the column labels then manually typed them into the axis label instead. This is how I got to the picture above. Highlight A1 to N3 and then select Stacked ...


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Word is in Full Screen mode. Simply hover your mouse at the top of the window, and the Menu bar will drop down. On the right hand side is a blue double-headed arrow. Click it, and the screen will return to a window. (you can save the document by simply using the menu when it drops down from your mouse hover, if you wish to remain in full screen mode...oh ...


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Numbers Disclaimer: Free on new Macs Apple Numbers also opens and saves to CSV. Just had to add to the list. Numbers: Save as CSV after editing: Note that you can choose text encoding as well when exporting if needed for other systems.


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From Microsoft's Known Issues with PowerPoint 2011: Some characters cannot be used in file and folder names in PowerPoint for Mac 2011 IMPORTANT This issue is fixed in Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 1. Click Downloads to download Service Pack 1 or the latest update. Characters, including <"> and |, are allowed in file names in ...


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I think I've got an answer. Googling around I've found references to "grayed out" problems and mentions of the file's creator attribute. So a quick Google for "osx file creator mark" pointed me to SetFileand its sibling GetFileInfo. Running a quick GetFileInfo on the files I get: Mac:samples jjarava$ for i in 201507*.TXT; do getfileinfo "$i"; echo .; ...


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EDIT (Complete revision): Based on your data, the only way to accomplish this without redesigning the table is to create separate charts for each Segment shown. As each segment has 4 pieces of data, this is the only way to do this. (There may be someone out there who is a charting expert that could do much better, I'm sure) First, as you have done is to ...


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try char(202) instead of char(160). That seems to be the code in Excel Mac The reason is that your Excel Mac is working in the old MacRoman character set, where 160 is a dagger (U+2020) and 202 is a no break space (U+00A0) http://www.alanwood.net/demos/macroman.html


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It is very possible that your company is running an Exchange Server that is not compatible with Outlook for Mac 2016. Check with your company's help desk to find out if this is indeed the issue and if so how you can reinstall Outlook 2011.


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The problem is not with the track changes and comments but how Word tries to display them: in a Balloon... Luckily there is a simple solution: Word -> Preferences -> Track Changes -> "Use balloons to display changes" remove the tickmark from here. You can still see the changes inside text by checking the colors and use Review tab -> ...


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Open Refine When interacting with large and messy text csv and other structured text files, I now typically go to Google Refine (now called Open Refine). I've used it for TSV/CSV, JSON, and XML documents. In my experience it crashes rarely, and is pretty good for mangling data (you can apply transformations with scripting languages). Its approach is more ...


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Two options for the unsophisticated that worked for me: Under Word > Preferences > AutoCorrect > Replace as You Type unselect "'Straight question marks'" with 'smart quotation marks'". Unfortunately, this leaves you with straight quotation marks and apostrophes. Use Calibri as your font while writing, then convert everything to your font of choice when you ...


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I addition to @cmason's correct answer, you may find it advantageous to review Apple Support's "Mac Basics - Tour the Mac Interface." More specifically regarding full screen apps, you will find further reading here: OS X Yosemite: Take apps full screen. Excerpt: Return to standard view: Move the pointer to the top-left corner of the screen, then ...


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Believe it or not, the TAB character on a Mac has the same ASCII code -- 9, so =char(9) should just work.



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