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Based on the output from file I'd suggest that you try unoconv to convert it to something your system can open.


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I had the same issue but it was solved easy. You are probably using a .docx extension if you save as your file to a .doc format the issue will go. I did not test but i think it will work if your original file is a .doc format and you save it as a .docx.


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The quickest way I've found is the following: 1) tab/select the cell, 2) hit backspace to delete the contents of the cell 3) type Cntrl+Z to undo delete When the undo function puts the text back into the cell, all text within that cell is automatically highlighted. Then you can just type Cntrl+C to copy text only. I found that I needed to highlight all ...


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Select the column of data. Choose Data → Text to Columns. Excel should determine the data is delimited. Choose Next. Tick Space as the delimiter. The preview should indicate the data is split correctly. For the first column of numbers, leave General selected as the format. If you don't wish to keep the text in a column to the side, select the second ...


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Ok got it. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/982946 Then fn+return works.


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An easier approach (if you only have a few citations to change & you won't be modifying your text anymore) is to change the citation into a "Static text" and manually rewriting the citation. What you do is you find the citation that you wish to edit. Click it once so that the the "grey background" appears behind the text and on the right side of the ...


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Excel for Mac 2016: F2 The most recent version of Office for Mac (2016) changed a number of keyboard shortcuts to create greater similarity across Windows and Mac versions of the software. Ctrl + U appears to no longer work as a shortcut key for editing cells in Excel 2016 for Mac. Instead the F2 key must be used. Depending on the keyboard settings on your ...


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Finally I found an answer to this question. It appears to affect several versions of Word, because the fix at MS Answers appears to work on Mac Word as well. Follow-up question: Anyone know if resetting the normal.dotm file on all PCs that need to access the affected docs would help avoid this in future? It's clearly something to do with invalid ...


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I had my keyboard set to Unicode Hex Input. Setting this to Australian or English resolved the problem.


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Found a Mac running OS X 10.9.5. When saving through a terminal editor (vim) and GUI programs (TextEdit, MS Word), xattrs are preserved.


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Here is an effective method detailed within the Microsoft Community Forum: Open Finder and search for the following file: com.microsoft.Office365.plist. Delete aforementioned file. Issue resolved.


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To rearrange columns alphanumerically by their names, assuming the column names are in row 1, do this: Select all cells of the table. (Click and drag from top left cell to bottom right cell.) Click the thin arrow button next to the 'Sort' button and choose Custom sort…. In the Sort dialog box, click Options…, and in the pop-up, choose to Sort Columns. ...


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As noted on the official microsoft forum it's not a feature on outlook for mac. This feature is only available at the Windows versions of outlook and never been a feature of the mac version.


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As of Office 2016, Microsoft has not implemented the Alt-shortcuts for the ribbon. However, there are several dozen other shortcuts that can be used on the Mac. You didn't ask for any specific shortcut so I won't list any here. Also, there are so many that it would be impracticle to list them out. I know we try to avoid 'link-only' answers but in this ...


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I can confirm that you need to create a new gmail account in Outlook to shift the files to. I have done this (finally) but can't work out how to shift the files into the new folder or account. Drag & drop doesn't seem to work


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If you go to a URL that ends in .doc, it should display the document. If you then tap the screen, an option to "Open In..." should appear in the upper left. Select "Copy to Word" from the available apps.


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Generally speaking, only applications that were installed via drag and drop can be directly transferred from one drive to another via drag and drop. Applications that use installers, such as Microsoft Office does, have to be properly installed from their installation media and you will need the product key in the case of Microsoft Office. If you have a ...


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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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