I can print from any pc on my network be it windows or linux. My windows boxes cannot print word documents though. They will just hang up and I have to force quit Word. One machine had Office xp on it and word did not work. I uninstalled it and installed Office 2003/ No difference. I can print from any other application but not Word..... HELP!
WinXP, 2 G RAM 80G HD with 54G available. Wordpad and Notepad will print to USB printer. Word will not get non descript error saying the printer configuration isn't correct. Can't copy the exact words of the error. This started about 1 month ago and just found out about it. Nothing on Microsoft fixes the problem! No fixes found on web as of 9/12/2008.
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Re: Microsoft word.... no go
Can't help with your problem but wanted to remind you that 'Shift-Prt Scrn' still works and the current page (or error box in your case) is copied to the clipboard and can be dropped into WordPad or Word without problem.
Saving the exact error message can assist others with a clue to the source of the error.
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there are a lot of ways: 1. Install through USB Device. 2. Install through a DVD. It would also depend on the type of Operating System: Linux or Windows. It is relatively easy to install Windows OS than Linux though it is easy to install Linux is easier when installed inside windows. For windows installation: 1.Insert windows DVD or USB and boot through the device inserted. 2.After the language selection, you will be directed to select the partition in which the windows will be installed. 3. Select the partition and click install. 4. the software will be installed over time. for Linux installation: it will depend on the type of linux. it is best to refer the particular linux's free documentation to better understand the installation process
You can convert your reports, spreadsheets and any word files into Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf). There are many free and paid software’s available to convert normal files into .pdf, for example you can download “Universal Converter Software” free trail. Using this converter you can convert your web pages, emails, books any others important documents into .pdf.
Benefits of .PDF
PDF files are platforms independent, for example if you are creating your resume in Microsoft windows, and you obviously wants that your resume look the same on all platforms, whether computer has Mac, Linux and Microsoft windows. PDF is the great way to send your important documents to others in same and secure ways.
PDF can not be modified in text or formatting in new style without your permission. Internet users prefer the .pdf format because they can download it easily in Adobe Reader.
Fellow the given steps to convert word file into PDF.
First download the “Universal Converter Software” and install onto your computer.
Now open any word document and press the File and then click on Print option to open printer dialog box.
Here select the “Universal Document Converter” from the printer list and press Properties button to select the “Document to PDF, Color, and Multipage” profile.
Now press the Ok button to start the converting process into PDF.
I am guessing that your GRUB menu had both entries for Windows and Linux, and you would select the OS you wanted to boot from when GRUB came up.
Unfortunately, when you removed the Linux partitions you also removed the GRUB configuration files that specified where the Windows Partition is. I looked up "active kill" and I can assume there is no way anything will be revered from the Linux Partitions.
You might try the recovery console from mode from the Windows Bootable.
This is a complicated issue. Microsoft went to the Supreme Courts over compatibility issues associated with this. (Microsoft will not recognize anything other than Microsoft computers) and lost. Hence the big split of the company. It fell into the anti-trust laws. My immediate suggestion if you must keep your main server PC as linux would be to look into Wine. It is a program that emulates Windows in a Linux environment and from there try and see if you can get 3rd party programs to run under Wine. This is still very much under development, but it is your best choice. Extensive server knowledge (which I lack) could give you a very clean answer, but this is all I have to suggest for a direction to go in. Remember, Wine (though well developed and a continued endeavor) is VERY resource intensive. It will bog down a computer very quickly. So even if you can make it work, it make produce a large source of lag.
Also, take caution. My advice comes with a LOT of forum reading as most things done in Linux are VERY hardware specific. With any luck you will find a setup similar to your own and a step by step instruction on how to correct the issue.
hi, open Microsoft Office Document Imaging then opened the Tools menu, then Options. In the Options window, select the "Other" tab and clicked on the "Reset" button under Default Program.
Then, close Microsoft Office Document Imaging and open windows explorer, navigated to an "*.MDI" file, right clicked it and chose "open with" "choose a program" then browse to the Microsoft Office Document Imaging executable found in the Office folder (don't remember the exact location) and select that executable to open *.MDI files and check the box "always use this program to open this file type".
Now, finally, the "File" menu in Microsoft Office Document Imaging will work”