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I simplified the example and was able to find a solution to the invalid "copy object xxx" command syntax. I still don't understand the the actual format for "copy object ..." in Word, but this works! Script to select the first Table in an MS Word document and copy it to the Clipboard. Can be enhanced to read a folder of documents and ...


If all you want to do is see the contents of the file, no need to open it at all. Just use Quick Look. Select the file and the hit the spacebar to view the contents. Documentation View and edit files with Quick Look on Mac Quick Look offers a fast, full-size preview of nearly any kind of file without opening the file. You can rotate photos, trim audio and ...


If you do a right click on this file, but before that you can hold down the Option key and click “Always open with”. Then just select Preview.


According to MathType still isn't compatible with the latest versions of macOS, Catalina (10.15) and Big Sur (11.00). The best solution for me has been using Mathematica from Wólfram. They have accessible academic licenses, and it is an excellent software for numerous mathematical applications. In ...


the problem here is that styled text in Outlook is not always sent as HTML. But you can find out easily enough. (Note this works on Outlook 2016. other versions might be different.) Hold down the ⌥ Option key on your keyboard and click on the message in Outlook's message list that you want to see the source for and select "Show Source" from the ...


Here is the method I found to show pre-existing non-breaking hyphens and make new ones: Save the document on the Windows laptop in .rtf format before transferring to the iPhone. (Note: transferring it as a .doc, opening in Pages, and then exporting as an .rtf doesn't work. Transferring it as a .docx may be OK, but my version of Word can't save in that ...


The latest version of Outlook now overrides the system default mentioned above. In the Outlook Preferences / AutoCorrect settings (shown below), uncheck the "Straight Quotation marks" with "smart quotation marks" option.


I asked and answered this question over at SuperUser. It turns out to be a Word shortcut for extending your selection, bound to F8. It only happens to me on the MacBook Pro touch bar, because of the much more sensitive function keys that I can brush when I type 'y'. You can disable this shortcut by going to Tools > Customize Keyboard, selecting the ...


For some reason your Word would appear to be using Apple's Color Emoji font by default for symbols. Changing the font for them should fix it. The representation of symbols as emoji or text can be a complex issue, see this document.

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