MS Word 2003Windows everything gets selected; all is highlighted
About once a week, when I'm either creating a Word document or writing a message in Outlook, a word will become highlighted. When I try to delete the highlighted word, the entire sentence and then paragraph will also become highlighted.
If I switch to Outlook to send a message, items in my inbox column of new messages will also become highlighted.
If I minimize both the Word and Outlook screens and click on an icon, all the icons are highlighted.
I have to use control-alt-delete to close everything and turn off the computer.
When it comes back on, everything is back to normal.
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The Field Codes always creates issues they are being printed.
To find and see if the field codes are in a document of not, first of all Field Codes needs to be visible.
To make them visible.
Open and MS Word Document.
Go to Tools --> Options
Select 'View' TAB over there.
either in Second or Third column an option would be available with name - Field Codes - Check mark that option and below there will be an option that will ask 'When'.
There we need to select 'Always'
Hit OK at the bottom. Now all the field codes will be visible in a document if it is available.
To get rid of all the 'Field Codes' At once select the entire text by 'Ctrl+A'
--> 'Ctrl+Shirt+F9' (to remove the field codes at once)
--> 'Ctrl+S' (to save the documnet)
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Hi there. Open a new word document, go to the jpg you want to add to word, right click on the jpg and copy, go back to the newly created word document and right click and paste, the jpg will insert itself in the word document.
Hi, It is a bug with the mail contacts. If you were to send to someone not on your contact list, I expect it would send okay. But seeing as you want to send to that particular person, save the document and send it as an attachment via Hotmail or whatever email account you have.
Simplest way is to highlight the area of cells you wish to work on, right click, select "format cells" , click on "borders" tab then you use the big buttons with symbols of either outside / inside / both, top/ bottom/ left/ right..then choose the line style, and select the colour from the palate, You can also use the "shading" tab to create interesting effects, as well as the "fonts" tab. you will learn more by experimenting...enjoy !
MS Office repair: Go to the "Add and Remove Programs" in your Control panel. Click the "Change" and do the 'repair program' utility. That should fix it, good as new. Be sure to have your INSTALL disk handy (for all Microsoft products).
Stored Procedures don't exist in MS Access. You do have the following options though. Queries, which are just select or action queries. VB Code, which you can write using Query Objects as if you were writing a Visual Basic application. These can be Functions or Subroutines. In these, you would use the standard programming techniques with while and for loops, etc.
You can create complex situations combining the two of these. A function in the VB code area can accept through parameters, the single values (line by line, record by record) in a query and act on them and manipulate the values.
For example: create a query that does a select phone from address. Create a function in vb called public function StripDashesInPhone(Phone as string) which then uses VB coding to strip dashes from each phone value passed in. To make it all work, in the query on one of the field columns put "NewPhone: StripDashesInPhone([Phone])" and for every record processed in the query, the function is called with the [Phone] field value passed in to the function and the action is processed and returned.
Other than writing a function that is activated by a form button click, which opens the current db and opens a table and process it, just like in VB, this is about as close to cursors and oracle procedures as you get.