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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 ...


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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.


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(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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This looks to me like a shortcoming of the Word PDF export function. You may try it with the PDFMaker macro (coming with Acrobat). If the PDFMaker macro does not get it through, there is little chance that it is recognized by any PDF exporter. In this case, the simplest way to get the link back in is to open the PDF in Acrobat, use the Link tool and add the ...


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tell application "Microsoft Outlook" set topFolder to mail folder "AT&T" of on my computer set destFolder to folder "Deleted Items" of topFolder set srcFolder to mail folder "Deleted Items" of on my computer set selectedMessages to messages of srcFolder repeat with theMessages in selectedMessages set thisAccount to account of ...


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This is not a client-side setting that you can control. This is a server-side setting, which is to say, it's something that Microsoft limits (as do most internet service providers). Since your attachment is larger than their limit, you could upload it to oneDrive and then send a link to the file on oneDrive to your intended recipient. You should have at ...


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There are multiple ways to Force Quit a application. The following is probably easiest. Bring Up the “Force Quit Applications” Window Hit cmd+Option+Esc to bring up the “Force Quit Applications” window, then click to select the app name, followed by clicking the “Force Quit” button to end the app immediately. Or, you could use the Activity Monitor to ...


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In Outlook 2011 for Mac, select page settings from the file menu. Switch it to landscape, print, and switch it back to portrait mode.


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You can use the "Save as PDF" option in the Print dialog (drop down is in lower left corner of the dialog window).


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Since it is one specific email, your best choice is to open the web version of your email, and get it from there. It probably got lost in the email transfer protocols.


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The Mac has global settings for smart quotes. Even if you click them off in Outlook's Edit > Substitutions menu, you may still get them in your email. With an email open, go Edit > Substitutions > Show Substitutions > Text Preferences that takes you straight to the global System Preferences > Keyboard > Text where there is a global ...



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