One key issue I find with this is that in many cases, the spacing is actually not happening, you are getting the results of a justification issue. If you go into Microsoft Word, then click on the Word item, top left, and then open preferences (this would normally be "options" on a Windows machine) go to Display or View. This area will show you items you can ...
I would forget your VBA based macro from PowerPoint for Windows and instead create a macOS service that you can user whenever you want, including directly from PowerPoint. To do this you will need to use Automator to create a service that runs an Apple Script.
Create a service using Automator
Launch Automator (usually found within your Applications folder)
You can open them up in chrome with the extension "office editing for docs sheets and slides" by google. Works pretty fast on my computer. And I use chrome anyway so it's nice for me.
Downsides are that it doesn't seem to work for double clicking on macOS (you might have to drag the file into chrome or type the path) and the save feature wont save to .doc ...
In Numbers go to:
File menu > Advanced > Language and Region
Select Persian from the dropdown list for the languages and then hit OK.
That will revert your numbers as well as the rest of the locale related settings to Persian.
(You can do the same in Excel or the rest of the Office family).
Note that this method will change all ...
There seems to be a bug in the Outlook interface where for some users the "Store" button that is supposed to give you access to the add-ins doesn't show up in the ribbon.
I have found the following method to be easy to work around it:
Open Microsoft Word instead
Select the "Insert" ribbon
Click "My Add-ins"
You'll now see a list of installed add-ins as ...
This modal is unrelated to iOS Files app — it’s a custom presentation by the Outlook app. The app displays common account providers in the list to help promote the ability to log in to these providers for the purpose of attaching files, with the ‘x’ button to dismiss this.
The ‘normal’ way of adding a storage provider to Outlook with or without actually ...
If you set up your Gmail account as a regular IMAP account (and not as a gmail account) in Outlook, you can limit the download size. For this, you would also need to change your IMAP settings in Gmail. There is an option to restrict the number of messages that can be synced. I have set it to 1000. This does not work by number of days, but close enough if ...