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Solved the issue. I needed to re-associate PDF's w/Adobe in the Win 7 Control panel. thanks for reading


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Shot in the dark as I don't use Powerpoint for Mac, but try these and report back which one works (if at all): Command + L Command + Shift + ] (Command + })


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Try restoring the MS word preferences. To do that open your Library and then the Preferences Folder. Find the com.microsoft.Word.plis and move it to Desktop. Restart word. If it now works delete the desktop file.


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Solution is to completely uninstall MS Office in your local language (Google how to, it's a long and painful process). Then clean install MS Office IN ENGLISH. It worked for me anyway - I've encountered the same weird behaviour on 2 machines with Russian MS Office, while the 3rd (with English one) was running fine. Guess this is just Microsoft's way of ...


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ok, This is a different answer to the problem, but I am using Yosemite. This worked on OS 10.7 as well When I start the mac up, word 2011 with start with it's dialogue window. When I close this, it automatically brings up a blank document. Now my solution to this was so simple that doing everything that has been suggested before is a waste of time. Now ...


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It depends on what you are trying do do with the spreadsheet but putting <'> (single quote) in-front of the leading zero will preserve it with the conversion from CSV to xls format. As @Alex says converting the cells to text will work, and inserting the single quote at the start of the cell just converts it to text.


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From the Home tab, select the cells you wish to format, and from the format drop-down under Number select Custom. Or, right-click and choose Format Cells, or hit Cmd-1. This will pop-up a dialog window with the various formatting options. Again, make sure you're on Custom. In the Type box type in: 000000 Click Ok. Alternatively - change the formatting ...


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Turns out, these meetings were still on the hard drive. I went to Finder, searched on the title of the meetings (which was in the Error message itself), and simply deleted the files in question. They were kind of "grayed out", which led me to believe they were either owned by another user or had failed to get deleted correctly.


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Since it works in Safe mode here are some instructions: 1- To check if your user permissions need repair log in as differant user. If no problem- repair your permissions. 2- This is more detailed one: If it works in Safe Mode but not in normal mode… Remove Login Items. Open System Preferences > Accounts. Click on the Login Items tab. Remove ...


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I have also faced a similar outlook crashing issue and tried rebuilding and even downgrading outlook but in vain. At last I tried Outlook Mac Database Recovery and was extremely happy with the results. I was able to restore my emails as well as recover missing emails which were lost during rebuild. Anyone facing outlook mac database corruption related ...


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In Word, File | Open Click on Your HD, double click Users, then find and double click on [your username] (as opposed to Shared). Double-click Library. Scroll down to Application Support, double click, and choose Microsoft. Select Office, and then find User Templates You should see Normal.dot or Normal.dotm. Open this, and adjust ALL the settings you like ...


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Well, here is a one way to open a Windows OneNote notebook in the OSX version of Onenote. I am particularly interested in opening a Notebook located on a Sharepoint server in a corporate environment and this met my needs. This article describes the technique: http://www.benstegink.com/adding-sharepoint-onenote-notebook-onenote-mac/ Basically one must open ...


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I've long experienced this problem, too. Haven't found any 'good' solutions, so put together some Applescripts that partially address the problem. It's very much a kludge and not a perfect solution, and deploying the scripts in a given user's workflow is a matter of individual taste. Here's code to open an MS Word document in a space that doesn't have any ...


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I got it to work by going to the slide show tab and then going to set up slide show and choosing the Browsed by an individual option, this does put the slide show into a window though, but you can then do whatever on the other screen.


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You can take a look at python-onedrive. It takes a little work to setup but it works for the most part. I have used it with folder actions and launch agents to auto upload files when put in certain folders places within my mac.


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According to Apple's Mac notebooks: Key placement and functions: Page Up key functionality is performed by pressing Fn and Up Arrow key. Page Down key functionality is performed by pressing Fn and Down Arrow key.


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this reference sheet may help: https://s3.amazonaws.com/wsp_sample_file/excel_mac_shortcuts.pdf Perhaps : fn-ctrl-up / fn-ctrl-down


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I'm an advanced Office 2003/7 Excel user (Windows). I've recently been using Excel for Mac 2011 and while you can do a lot of things with the Mac version, learning how to do them a different way for Mac makes it a royal pain in the proverbial. Ultimately, all the design has gone into the first Windows version and in the Windows environment is an awesome ...



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