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From the "Home" tab, open the "Styles" box. Select the "Options..." link. In the "Select styles to show:" dropdown menu, select "All styles" and click OK. Go back to the Styles menu, select "FollowedHyperlink" Select "Modify..." In the Formatting section, choose the color you want and click OK


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You need to add your password in the corresponding field for this options to appear. Use your email address (complete with the @domain.tld) in the "User name" text field. Check "Override default port", and "Use SSL to connect" on both servers. On IMAP use port 993 On SMTP use port 465 Click "Add account". Select your newly created account and click ...


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You may also download a free tool which helps you to migrate MAC Thunderbird emails to MS Outlook.


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I think rdesktop is the only workaround. You need to switch to the "other" Microsoft RDP client application, identically named however it has a different icon (Incorrect one is v8.0.18, correct is one is v2.1.1. Typical dogs breakfast approach from Microsoft). It can only ever have one instance, and one connection which is just retarded. Also Cord ...


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Use a CONTENT placeholder (and insert using the image icon) rather than a PICTURE placeholder. The content placeholder should automatically fit the entire image within the placeholder, whereas a picture placeholder will crop the image to whatever size and shape the placeholder has been created as.


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If you want to open specific file types with a certain default application, e.g., .docx or .pages: 1) right-click on any of those files, hold down the option key and click on "Show Inspector". 2) Choose your default application, e.g., Office 2011 Word, from the "open with" menu 3) Click on the "change all" button just below the "open with" tab


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To open a file with the non-default application from a terminal, you can use open -a path/to/application file. From the man page: The open command opens a file (or a directory or URL), just as if you had double-clicked the file's icon. If no application name is specified, the default application as determined via LaunchServices is used to open ...


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I think what you are looking for is the button that expands the save dialog to the expanded size. I took the below screenshot in Word 2016 running on Yosemite, but as this is (almost) the standard OS X save dialog I think you should find it in the same place in Word 2011.


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Just remove the item from the "Location" field cache: Create a new Meeting Start typing the meeting room on the Location field Once the List options pop up, click on the "X" on the items you want to clear.


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Clear the saved state, rather than the history. Quit Word. From Finder Cmd ⌘ N Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ G Copy/paste ~/Library/Saved Application State Delete the folder com.microsoft.Word.savedState Relaunch Word. For future reference, whatever is open when you quit will reopen when you launch. The trick is to close documents before quitting. You can ...


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The folder which you are performing the search mustn't be on Spotlight' exception list in order for its items and subitems (files and folders) to be found, even on Finder's search box. You can check this on System Preferences -> Spotlight -> Privacy.


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It's possible you could try resetting the default shortcuts from the settings... This is an excerpt from a Microsoft support article on the Office shortcut settings... Reset all keyboard shortcuts On the Tools menu, click Customize Keyboard. To restore keyboard shortcuts to their original state, click Reset All, and then in the confirmation ...


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As noted in the comments, editing is only allowed if one has a subscription to Office 365. As noted in this article Excel for iPad is free as a read-only client for Excel spreadsheets. Alternatives to purchasing a subscription to Office 365 are available but each have their drawbacks. (Formula editing, format retention, etc.) Google Sheets [App Store ...


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There is a lot of information about how to write Applescript code in general and how to use it to send keystrokes available on the net. System Events, Key Code and Keystroke looks kind of interesting in your case and should get you started.


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Sharing in the cloud is not always an option.


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There is a pop up question for you to answer when opening the "read only" file from email attachment. You have to select "No" as answer if you plan to modify and save in the "original" name. If you answer "Yes" it will change the file name when saving.


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As far as I know the problem is occuring when you do double-click an attachment. Outlook saves attachments in a special folder which is read-only for the user (for what reason ever). When you try to save the document, Excel cannot do this and suggests then automatically another location, changing the document name to "Untitled". If you right-click on the ...


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Simply Export the file out of Keynote as a Powerpoint. It does a dang good job of maintaining the formatting.


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check this out how to change settings for showing send item in our-own name


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I am also using Microsoft Office 2008 on a new 5K iMac which is running Yosemite and I used Dropbox to get it onto the Mac –no key and no migration assistant. It runs perfectly. Microsoft tried to tell me that Yosemite was not compatible with office 2008 but that is not the case in my experience.



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