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To answer your question, it's helpful to know that the .pptx format is actually a zip file full of .xml files. I found folders called slide1.xml, slide2.xml, etc... but there are many others and the text within them is surrounded by the usual xml formatting tags. You can unzip by replacing .pptx in the filename with .zip (you may have to enable visible ...


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See settings > mail > always bcc myself.


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Download Skype for Business on Mac from Microsoft and install it. Once installed, links to join a meeting will open in the native application without needing to install any web plug-ins. The Skype for Business Web App doesn't seem to work on macOS Catalina.


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Alternatively you can mail it to yourself if the problem persists.


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One product that I’ve used with good results is OpenShot Video Editor. It’s open source and cross platform (Mac, Windows, Linux) and best of all free. I don’t know about incorporating actual Power Point presentations because the software includes its own mechanisms for transitions, but I was able to include images created (exported) from Power Point into ...


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I recently built a Mac menubar app that enables alt key shortcuts for Mac Excel. It's called Accelerator Keys, and it's available at https://www.acceleratorkeys.com. Used to use a PC, and I spend a lot of time in Excel, so I get how essential these are to working quickly. They are simply a better way to work in Excel. But since they weren't available on ...


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Microsoft Outlook for Mac v16 stores signatures in a proprietary .olk15Signature (aka .olk15) file format under the directory /Users/youruserid/Library/Group Containers/<guid-like-string>.Office/Outlook/Outlook 15 Profiles/Main Profile/Data/Signatures/<NNN>/<guid>.olk15Signature. While .olk15 files do contain a section with UTF-16 encoded ...


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I made an app for this. It's free and open-source: https://github.com/sindresorhus/Plash It lets you set any website as your desktop wallpaper.


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Press Shift ⇧+Space ␣ while on the row you want to move (row 1 in your example in the comments above). This should highlight all of the row. Press Command ⌘+x to cut the highlighted row. Using the arrow keys on your keyboard, go to the row you want to insert the cut row before (row 4 if we continue the example). Press Control ⌃++.


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