In windows XP, when your in word, there is a ruler on the top of the page that allows you to see it all the time. How do i get that ruler to display in Vista? I need to be able to set up tabs. So for example, to be able to use the TAB button to tab accross, you can put the little black backword "L" type looking markers up in the ruler.
How do i display that type of ruler setting always? And how do i adjust all the margins, and spacing??
Re: how do i get the ruler at the top of the page?
What versión of Microsoft Office are you using?.
If you are using Office 2007 you can go to the view menu and then mark the "Ruler" checkbox on the second panel from left to right, that will enable the ruler on the top of the page, if you double click the ruler you can adjust margins and spacing.
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Step 1: Virtual memory is a portion of your hard drive that Windows sets aside to utilize as memory. When your RAM is over utilized, the operating system can swap pages of data to the hard drive to make more room. Swapping files, or paging, is slow, but it allows your computer to remain functional when your memory space is full. If your virtual memory space, or page file, fills up as well, you'll get an error. Fixing this issue is quick and the process is identical in safe mode or in a typical boot situation.
Change Virtual Memory Settings in Windows XP Click "Start" from the Windows desktop. Right-click "My Computer" and click "Properties." Select the "Advanced" tab and under Performance click "Settings." Select the "Advanced" tab and click "Change" under Virtual Memory. Click "System managed " to allow Windows to automatically adjust your Virtual Memory as needed. Click "Custom " to alter the memory space to your own specifications. Enter a value in MB equal to at least 1.5 times the of your computer's memory for the initial . Enter a value in MB no larger than four times your memory for maximum . Click "OK" and restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
if you really are asking for the parts of MS word 2003,i bet this should help and really there are more than 4 parts 1. The Title bar gives the name of the document and the
program being used
2. On the right side of the Title bar are
three buttons. a. The Minimize button makes the window disappear
from the screen without closing the program. You can bring the
window back by clicking on its button on the Task bar at the bottom
of the screen. b. The Reduce/Maximize button makes the window
smaller or takes it back to full size. c. The Close button closes
the document or program.
3. The Menu bar offers dropdown menus
for things you do in Microsoft Word.
4. The Toolbars display
icons that perform specific tasks when clicked. Often the toolbar icon
performs the task without offering any options.
5. The Rulers
display the tabs, indents, margins and give the user a visual guide for
alignment. a. Tabs are set on the ruler by clicking the spot on the
ruler where you want to the tab to start. Different Tab settings
can be used to align text, decimals and indents. b. Indents and
margins can be set with the handles.
6. The Document display
window is where the current document is visible.
7. The Scroll
bars allow the user to move up and down the document in the window.
8. The Status bar shows the location of the cursor, number of pages and
includes advanced toolbar options.
9. The Task bar displays
buttons for Open programs or documents.
Download tweak XP from the net, install it, run it, there is a tab named ADD/REMOVE programs, it DOES NOT add or remove programs, rather, it allows you to edit the Add/Remove program List only, so you should select the "blanks" and remove the from the list. ReClarify: IF you remove an entry from the Add/Remove tab using Tweak XP, It will no longer be available under windows control panel add/remove and if it IS still installed you will NOT have a way to remove the program.
i think your internet security blocking iexplorer.
remove your internet security antivirus,reset your iexplorer to default settings and then remove iexplorer in add remove components in control panel.then install again.
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