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You may be able to enlarge the image size of the report after you paste or import it into Word. Or, open the Properties/Preferences of your printer. Here you can select to print normal size or enlarge the image.
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If I'm, not wrong you want to move/drag or want to apply something to 2 pictures at once.
To do so, first click on the 1st picture when its selected press and hold the Crtl key and move the cursor to some visible portion of the 2nd picture (better move the cursor over the border of the 2nd picture) you will see a change in mouse pointer, just at that moment click once again. You will see both the pictures selected now you can release the Ctrl key, and can drag or do anything you like.
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Corrupt workspaces may lead to problems with the operability of the application and in some circumstances can prevent the application from launching. To restore default settings in CorelDRAW and PHOTO-PAINT, do the following:
Hold down the F8 key on the keyboard.
With the F8 key depressed, launch either CorelDRAW or PHOTO-PAINT
The following message will appear: Are you sure you want to overwrite the workspace with the factory defaults?
Click Yes and release the F8 key.
Note: Some newer keyboards have an "F Lock" key that must be pressed first to activate the Function keys on the keyboard.
You could call the Microsoft license authorization number and argue with them about why your key doesn't work, or you can go to this link, download the software with all the latest "hot fixes", and be happy. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/products/FX100487411033.aspx?pid=CL100571081033 You just need to have your new copy registered in 60 days, it's free.
I am assuming that you are using Windows XP or VISTA at the moment. Go to display settings >> from there you have to change the DPI on the screen. This will change the overall font size throughout windows as it seems that this problem is because you have very high resolution.
Just delete the Priority dword registry key used by the DocsToGoConduit.dll Mine was under: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\U.S. Robotics\Pilot Desktop\Application9] Yours could be in a similar location... Just search for the "DocsToGoConduit.dll" string on your registry and you will find the location of the Priority Key.
Microsoft Excel is an application used for building spreadsheets. It has many built in calculation and graphics tools. Some people use it to track expenses while other use it to graph numbers for charting process.
As far as data analyzing it all depends on the data. Whether is sales figures or budget information. It all can be done inside of excel using it built in formulas and functions.