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Word 2007 Highlighting problem

I've suddenly lost the ability to highlight a word or phrase wihin a word document. (As in trying to copy or move) Everything else seems to be working. Any suggestions?

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Re: Word 2007 Highlighting problem

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).

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How to convert .shs file to .xls format in office 07.pls help......

1. Open a blank Excel workbook by selecting "New" from the "File" menu.
2. Drag and drop the .shs file on to the new workbook by highlighting the scrap file icon on the desktop and dragging it onto the worksheet. Alternatively, you can copy and paste. To do this, click the scrap file icon, and then right-click and select "Copy" from the pop-up menu. Left-click on the Excel workbook, and then right-click and select "Paste" from the pop-up menu. The information stored in the scrap file should now appear within the worksheet.
3. Save the file. Select "Save As" from the "File" menu, and then enter a file name in the box at the top of the window that opens. By default, Excel saves files in the workbook format native to the version. For versions prior to Microsoft Office 2007, this is the .xls format. If you have Excel 2007 or later and want to save the file as .xls, select this format from the "Format" drop-down menu below the box where you entered the file name.

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Word document

Choose a font and type. Try highlighting a word, sentence, paragraph and then select different types of fonts. This will only modify select items. You can also view fonts in c:\windows\fonts

Aug 28, 2012 | Microsoft Office 2007 Basic for PC

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Problem with section numbers not being linked in a word document that I'm updating using word 2007. The original document was created with an earlier version of Microsoft word.

When you create or open and edit a (.docx) document in Microsoft Word 2007, the Save As option gives you the opportunity to save it as a the (.doc) document in the formats of older versions of Word.

If it is not already too late, try to recover (using the AutoRecovery function built-into Microsoft Word 2007) , the earliest and most error-free version of the document in question you can recover and then use Save As, rather than Save to make an experimental copy of the document in an older Microsoft Word format.

Another option to consider is to download and install the free Office Suite Application Open Office, which can open, edit and manage many Microsoft Office documents and then copy and paste the most error-free version of the document in question into the appropriate Open Office Program and then see what sort of job the Open Office Word Processor makes of handling the tricky formatting.

For the future, as a general rule, whenever editing any document that contains complex formatting, always remember to start by copying and pasting the text of the original document into a new blank document (remembering to close the original document so you don't accidentally toggle between the two). Then your experiments could be conducted on a copy of the document, rather than the original, enabling you to repeat the method and continue creating experimental copies freely, until you have developed a workable strategy for dealing with the formatting issues.

Furthermore, remember to always use the Save As function, giving the experimental documents distinct and varying names (test.doc1, test.doc2, test.doc3 etc.) so you can keep track of your progress in mastering the formatting issues, then each document you save, is a copy, leaving the original document unchanged and available as a template for further experimentation, if necessary.

Nov 26, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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What is the important in the micro soft world

  • Open File
  • Bold, Underline, and Italicize characters
  • Highlighting Text
  • Changing Font Color
  • Cut and Paste
  • Cutting and Pasting by Using the Standard Toolbar
  • Cutting by Using the Icon
  • Coping by Using the Icon
  • Pasting by Using the Icon
  • Using AutoText Cut and Copy
  • Inserting Text
  • To change to the Insert mode
  • To Overtype

Feb 03, 2011 | Microsoft Office Standard 2007: Windows

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How do you cut and paste from one document to another

The Microsoft Office allows you to copy text andgraphical items from Office documents or other programs and paste them intoanother Office document. For example, you can copy text from an e-mail message,data from a workbook or datasheet, and a graphic from a presentation and thenpaste them all into a document. The simplest way to copy data from one documentto another is as under. However, there are numerous options/ possibilities. Step-1 Select / Highlight the text you wish to copy toother document. Step-2 Click the copy button (Or press Ctrl +C) Step-3 Go to the document where you want to paste thecopied data and press paste button (or press Ctrl+V) Let me know if any further clarification/ assistance isrequired. Hope this helps! Good Luck! CreativeTECH

Jan 12, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Is it possible to re-scan or re-save the document you are working on at a higher resolution?

While 144 dpi is listed as the lowest possible resolution to scan OCR text, sometimes it is finicky at that level. Also, you might want to optimize for OCR, straightening and taking out the speckles and such.

Hope that helps and isn't too elementary to your issue.

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While in word, click on review, protect document and see if restricted access is on. Uncheck it and try again.

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highlight what you are trying to copy and hit the ctrl and C keys, then to paste it use ctrl and V keys

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Outlook 2007 Junk E-mail

Highlight the Junk E-Mail folder in your Personal Folders; right click and select "Remove from Favorite Folders". You've undoubtedly accidentally selected "Add to Favorite Folders" when highlighting Junk E-Mail. They should no longer appear in your Favorites Folder.

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