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On my (german) mac keyboard I get „ when i press ALT + SHIFT + w I get ” when I press ALT + SHIFT + 2 and I get “ when I press ALT + 2 On your keyboard this can be different depending depending on the language and/or setup. Another option I recently saw here could be as follows: get „ when you press ALT + . get “ when you press ALT + [ In order ...


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There is a setting in Word (which I thought was enabled by default) which is called "Smart Quotes" in the auto-correction part. Since I am not with the Mac at the moment, I do not know the exact location or wording, however. NOTE: Smart Quotes depend on the spelling language you use at the cursor location. So, if the set language of the part of your ...


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Select the text you want to underline, right click and select 'font'. Now you can set the underline style and color.


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This worked for me: From the Windows OneNote (v2010 for me), sync your files to MS's cloud drive service. Then open the Notebooks from the Mac client. There is no way to import a notebook on the Mac version 15.8.


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I use Adium; there is an extension that lets you connect to Lync servers. Adium SIPE/Lync Xtra Once you have the Xtra installed, you can add your Lync account as an "Office Communicator" account.


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The Microsoft support page describes the limitations of the 64bit office. They are the following: Solutions using ActiveX controls library, ComCtl controls won’t work. Third-party ActiveX controls and add-ins won’t work. Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) that contain Declare statements won’t work in the 64-bit version of Office without being updated. ...


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Updating to 15.8.1 solved the issue.


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Times have changed since this question was asked. CloudOn has been bought and shut down by DropBox. Currently, the best way to edit Word documents on iOS is with the Microsoft Word app.


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Just to confirm the therms used. DPI: Dot’s per inch. The number of dots in a printed inch. The more dot’s the higher the quality of the print (more sharpness and detail). PPI: Pixels per inch. Most commonly used to describe the pixel density of a screen (computer monitor, smart phone, etc…) but can also refer to the pixel density of a digital ...


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A more Excel way: As line-break is CHAR(13), you could try something like this (assuming your text is in A1 and you'll put edited text in B1) B1: =SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(13),"") or B1: =SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(13)," ") © j.e. mcgimpsey


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Unfortunately, according to this article Office 2016 only supports Exchange 2010 SP2 or higher: http://machow2.com/review-office-2016-mac-beta/


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Here's a simple, non-Excel way to get rid of all the line breaks in your text: Paste the data into TextEdit, put your cursor at the end of any line, then hold shift and press the right arrow once. This will select the invisible new line character. Now hit command + c to copy this invisible character, and then got to Edit > Find > Find and Replace... ...


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I think the best way to achieve this is to install a keyboard mapper program. I use Karabiner. Once installed (might need a reboot?) you'll then see a menu bar icon that looks like a rounded square probably with the word 'Default' next to it; it is suggesting you're using the default mapping profile. Click on it and select 'Preferences' to access Karabiner's ...


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Unfortunately, the Fn key is interpreted before it even leaves the keyboard, so there is no way to 'fake it' later. I haven't seen that version of Office yet, but… if there is a menu item for the function, you should be able to replace it using System Prefs > Keyboard > Shortcuts / App Shortcuts. Hit the + button under the right-hand box, dial in the ...


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In my case, the copy/paste of the document did not work. But after a bunch of tries, I found a workaround: Move the mouse pointer outside the Table area! Yeah I know it sounds weird. But if I use the keyboard arrows to move the cursor in a table cell while the mouse pointer is located inside that table, the cursor will annoyingly start disappearing. This ...


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I believe F2 still works, its just that on macs now, to get F2, you need to press fn+F2, otherwise it does the alternative function, which in my mac is to brighten the screen.


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The free (and open-source) program MusicBrainz Picard would be a good option to consider. It can identify songs and albums by their acoustic ID's and automatically enter the ID3 tags. The program will "play nice" with iTunes as well. Just use it to organize and tag your music, then do the following (copied from the MusicBrainz Picard website) Open ...


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Insert the image> Highlight it> Format picture tab> Compress> Picture quality> Select the desired option. You'll likely want to choose Picture Quality: "Keep current resolution" and Apply to: "All pictures in this file" You'll need to do this once for each new file you create, since it's a per-file setting, not a PowerPoint-wide setting. Source


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Manually you can access your .olm files in Windows Outlook, but before the start of this files moving process, you have to make some settings on your Outlook 2011 applications end, it’s essential to make changes in Outlook 2011, without making all these changes in Outlook 2011 you can’t get your .olm files on Windows Outlook, as you have to configure your ...


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one way sync is possible, but I didn’t hear for 2 way sync between Outlook 2011 & Google Calendars. Recently I had posted a blog for synchronization of Mac Outlook calendars to Google calendar, you can try this method once. And as I am hoping somehow it will assist you. Source Blog Link: ...


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The thing is - all Microsoft Office documents are ZIP files containing XML files. I would try this: copy the XLSX to another location Rename the copy by addin ".zip" to it (ignore the warnings) unzip the copy with your favourite tool (Unarchiver or terminal "unzip ") look through the folder structure and find your zip file.



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