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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 ...
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 ...
Your version of MS Office must be at least 2011 to run in Mavericks, which is probably the OS on your new Mac.
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 ...
I'm not sure why it's included in the export, but this is one of the default "Image Fills":
I would suggest using the 'Migration Assistant' to move your Profile and your Apps from your old Mac to the new one. You can find a very good Tutorial on how to do that on the Apple Support pages here. Usually the Keychain (with all saved password) and Serials for your Applications are moved as well. There are some exceptions, but i think it should work ...
http://giffconstable.com/2013/10/mac-excel-keyboard-shortcuts/ helped me figure it out -> it turns out to be ctrl-i worked on my macbook
Have you tried to rebuild the database and/or setup a new identity to 'try again'? The first, rebuilding the database, is quite easy: Make sure Outlook is not running Hold the option (alt) key Open Outlook 2011 Select your default profile, presumably Main Identity and select the [Rebuild] option Wait... This could take a while. The second option, ...
From the Library folder, a simple search (CMD+F) for Name starting with com.microsoft will recursively find all files and folders in every Library subfolder.
Microsoft's applications use their own font cache. You could try deleting the cache and launch one of the applications again. It should just generate a new cache file. You will find the cache file named "Office Font Cache" in "~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Office/Preferences/Office 2011".
I am on Mavericks and I tried all the advice given above and it did not really work for me. What I did instead was to physically close each document in Word one by one but left Word open. Then I went to the dock, right-clicked on the Word icon > open recents > clear recent. It worked for me, thankfully.
Follow the steps mentioned below : Create a new identity to remove database issues Check your folder’s arrangement and system settings To create a new user, the predefined path is : Go to System Preferences --> Create a New User in Accounts. Then Switch to the New User by logging out/in or you can try user Switching option. If you still face this ...
Use Shift + F5 to return to the last edit location in the document
To make Mac OS X Mail request a read receipt for every message you send: Open Terminal and run the following command: defaults read com.apple.mail UserHeaders If that command returns The domain/default pair of (com.apple.mail, UserHeaders) does not exist run the following replacing Name with your name and email@address with your email address ...
This seems to be a bug in either Word or the OS. I've seen this behavior since Lion at least, and have been dealing with it myself just today. Have you tried re-associating file types for Word documents? After setting .doc and .docx files to open in Word by default (Get Info --> Open with --> select or re-select Word, then click Change All), I can launch ...
If you have outlook 2010 like me then this is the fix: Right click on the Arrange By: button.. A box will appear and at the bottom of it theres a button, View Settings.. Click on this and then on the Columns button.. In the box on the right where it says Add-> arrange the list and ensure the top 3 items are To, Subject and Sent. They can be arranged by ...
I use Dashing for this. It's a web framework, so you can view the dashboards on any web browser.
I've seen this problem and the cause turned out to be that Cambria was simply turned off in FontBook. I fixed it by highlighting all the fonts in FontBook, enabling them and then resolving any duplicates it caused.
There is a bug in Pages. When you export a file in ".doc" or ".docx" format it embeds 489KB PNG files (a single one in a docx file, three in a doc file). These files are intended to be used as the background fill on default shapes, but they are present whether they are used or not. I documented the bug here. And reported it to Apple as rdar://17089255. At ...
Also found this This is a hack, at the moment, for the Google Docs Viewer extension that exists on Google Chrome. I hope to develop it further and clean up the code. This extension, if you don't know the original one, enables you to preview PDF files and MS Office files using Google Docs Viewer. It works for Safari 7 too.
(y) jossIt sounds like you had these apps open at last shutdown or logout. If you don't clear the check mark in the popup that states "Reopen windows when logging back in" all of your previously running apps will restart. I say this because in Lion
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