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If your Outlook client is not crashing when you select calendars, there is a method in the UI to remove blocks of duplicate or outdated events. I can't find the link to give credit, but here is the process: create a new calendar categorization, call it 'delete' or something. go to calendars view, in list view not grid. Cmd-Shift-F 'Advanced Find' Select ...


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I figured it out by 1) double clicking in the footer 2) going to the design tab that pops up 3) in the header and footer section of that tab clicking on the page number style that looks like the one that was showing up everywhere else in the document. I did this and the number was correct because it was already linked to previous page. FYI, if you don't ...


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Make sure no panes are open in the sidebar (Contents, Reviewing, Advanced Search).


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Had the same issue but the drag-n-drop solution didn't work for me. What eventually worked was to get to the signature settings through Outlook -> Preferences (⌘ + ,) and then Signatures. Previously, I was always getting there from the Signatures drop-down inside a New Email window. Copy/pasting in the former resulted in perfect PNG rendering on emails ...


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From the official Outlook website: On the File menu, click Import. Click Holidays, and then click the right arrow. Select the countries/regions or religions whose holidays you want to import, and then click the right arrow. Click OK, and then click Finish. Otherwise, you can download the German calendar and manually import on Outlook, doing the ...


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You can archive your Outlook:Mac 2011 emails, although it's a bit fiddly to do. In the Finder, create a new folder where your Outlook archive will live. I've always called mine "Outlook backup [date]" (ex: "Outlook backup 2016-04-18"). Inside this folder, create a folder structure that's the same as what you want to backup from Outlook. For example, if ...


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I'd suggest trying Step 2 of these troubleshooting steps. Basically my guess is you have a corrupted preference file. By removing your preferences files hopefully it resolves your issue. If that doesn't work, following all those steps will completely remove it. I'd recommend that as a second solution. EDIT: Original poster specified Office 2016. Same basic ...


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For everyone in 2016 who is also looking for a free software without IAPs and similiar "problems" (MailRaider for example was free years ago): http://freecode.com/projects/msgviewer is a free software, which can be downloaded via sourceforge. It does, what the name stands for: viewing / showing the content of the msg files! I just tried it after browsing ...


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There are multiple ways to do it: After making your slide, save it in PostScript format (easy to do). To do this, give a print command and on print setting setting page, select the "Print as Postscript" (I think default is PDF). This will save the file in .ps format. For publication, some Journals accept even .ps file also. If you want any other format, ...


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I get this issue often. I screen clip an image from powerpoint or excel, paste to Mac Outlook. I notice that sometimes my WinPC friends get very washed out images. Mac friends see the image fine. I have worked out that a copy of a copy to Mac Outlook causes the issue. I copy an image from PPT to Mac Outlook, send then later try and forward or copy it ...


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This answer is just to provide an update as of March 2016 Microsoft Office Online will allow you to not just view, but create, edit, and save Excel documents without having the software installed. For a complete list of features available for Excel Online, check out the page on support.office.com page


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if you want to viewer excel file you can restore original excel spreadsheet data or i suggested to use third party software to resolve this problem. This software is capable to repair and corrupt all format of excel and also support ms excel and also save to new file then you can see easily to viewer. To know more about this software then you should download ...



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