I type hundreds of pages of continuous documents. Since installing Word 2007, when I get to the bottom of the screen, the page won't advance so I can't see what I'm typing. I have to move my hand from the keyboard and scroll down, over and over and over.
Can anyone help on this? I've gone through tutorials, MS Word help searches...which are poor.
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Notepad alone will not number your pages for you. If you determine how many lines fit on a printed page you then could format your Notepad document accordingly and place a page number at the bottom of each page. This may take experimentation and will depend on your font type and size as well. So play around and you should be able to figure out what works in your case.
I think this has nothing to do with the Operating System (Windows 7 or Vista). The issue may be because of the different versions of MS Office. As regards, MS Office 2007 files can be opened normally with Office 2007. However, if you wish to open Office 2007 files with Office
2003, you have to install MS Office compatibility Pack, which can be
downloaded from Microsoft site.
Let me know if any further clarification/ assistance is required.
Assuming you have a purchased copy of MS Office Word, you may want to try a little utility called the "Magical Jellybean Key Finder" It can tell you your Windows and MS Office Keys, that you have installed.
If you are sure you have a legitimate copy of MS Office you can also call Microsoft for assistance in getting a new key if yours is not working.
Sometimes a trial may have been installed and they require you to purchase a license after the trial period ends. This could have happened as well.
Also, you can try downloading a free alternative to Microsoft Office (such as OpenOffice.org) which will be able to read and write documents in MS Word format.
if you have excel 2007 you can save the file into excel 2003 compatibility
if you have excel 2003 need download compatibility pack from this page http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=941b3470-3ae9-4aee-8f43-c6bb74cd1466&displaylang=en install it and success!
It sounds like the message to me that the printer and the pc are not communicating very well and when you went to print your 54 page document your printer could not handle such a big file there is a communication error between them both. have you updated your printer drivers ? have you run a virus scan on the document ? you might have a virus in one of the drivers for your printer ! what I would do is uninstall your printer from your pc go to add & remove programs remove your printer and then go to the HP website and fully download your software again for your printer when you go on to the HP website type in your printer model number and ask for a set up disk for your printer so just type in instalation disk for
HP Deskjet F390 it will cost you nothing this website will make sure you get everything you need to fully install your drivers back into your pc and any updates that you are missing hope that helps