Before you are sure the mails are harmless or bad, you should try to run a virus scanner. If you have Microsoft Security Essentials on you computer, start that. If you don't have a virus scanner, try to get a portable version on an USB stick or drive.
Be aware if you disconnected your computer form the net, you won't be able to delete mails either.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Mar 31, 2015

If you have a large amount of email and you are connected to an exchange server, it can take a long time to load and run the sync .

You may want to consider using the archive feature and reduce the size of the .pst file (email store file).

Press F1 in outlook and type how to archive in the search box.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Mar 20, 2015

Excel and Word are two parts of the Microsoft Office Suite that have become standards tools for spreadsheets and word processing.
Among their features are the ability to easily exchange information.
For example, you can easily copy a cell or part of a spreadsheet from an Excel and paste it into a Word document, which preserves all the formatting.
This method requires opening up both programs at the same time.
To avoid this, you can insert an Excel file from within Word itself.

Choose the "Insert" tab inside Microsoft Word to display the Object dialog box.
Click the "Create from File" tab and Browse to display the Browse dialog box.
Navigate to the Excel file that you need and double-click to load its name into the File Name box of the Object dialog box.

Click a checkmark into the "Link to File" box if you want the table that you insert to be automatically updated anytime the original file is changed.
Otherwise, leave it blank if you don't want the inserted information to be affected by the original file.

Click "OK" to insert the Excel file as a frame into the document.
Note how only filled cells from the first table (worksheet) of the file are inserted.
Blank cells are not inserted. You can resize the frame by clicking it and dragging the handles that appear.
You can also click it and drag it to a different line within the document.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/link-or-embed-an-excel-worksheet-HA010120810.aspx - BM4

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Mar 20, 2015

  1. Double-click anywhere on the header or footer to unlock the Design tab in the top menu.
  2. Click the Page Number command. In the menu that appears, select Format Page Numbers
  3. A dialog box will appear. Click the Start at: button. By default, it will start at 1. If desired, you can change the number.
  4. Click OK.

Good Luck :)

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Mar 20, 2015

  • Corrupt DVD?
  • Bad download?
  • Computer not updated with latest .net ?
  • Corrupt operating system?

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Mar 20, 2015

This assumes that SOME recipients are getting the messages. If so, go your address book and find the addresses for the failed recipients. Then edit or delete and reenter them when you are sure you have the correct information

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Mar 09, 2015

Where it says "normal" for mode configuration, click on that.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Nov 30, 2014

Use full version of Get Data Back recovery software.

Microsoft Word... | Answered on May 06, 2019

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Microsoft Word... | Answered on Nov 18, 2017

That was way too easy..
the word is "kerfuffle".

Microsoft Word... | Answered on Mar 20, 2015

I believe its the same as is used for mathematical nomenclature.
< = Less Then
> = Greater Then

Microsoft Word... | Answered on Feb 26, 2015

I assume it was working earlier? If so, there could be several reasons - first try loading from the "start/programs" menu instead of a desktop icon - the latter may be corrupted
Before doing more BACK UP YOUR WORD FILES to a USB (or whatever) drive
Next go to to control panel, select Programs and features" find the MS Office line and select "repair" Be careful not to uninstall.
If all that fails, do you have the original disks? If so reinstall using the OEM disk
If still no good call Microsoft -they can be very helpful. If you have the user name and licence number they can issue a new licence key

If all else fails, download Open Office (free) and use that instead of MS Word. It will read and write to all the MS files

Microsoft Word... | Answered on Feb 22, 2015

Sounds like you are trying to use incompatible versions. Go back to the laptop and use "save as" to save the file in a different (earlier) version. Details are provided in a drop down box

Microsoft Word... | Answered on Jan 28, 2015

Frankly, I think you are being lazy about this. You can play with the program and get some things done, but it will take longer to get anything done than if you have some basic knowledge. Without reading tutorials you will never be proficient and will not be able to do many of the tasks. Get onto the Internet and search "free MS Word tutorial" then look through the numerous offerings and pick on that is simple and intuitive

Microsoft Word... | Answered on Jan 28, 2015

You didn't provide many details. I assume what you want is a Word template file where the first page only has your business information in the header.
Basically, you need to set up a document with a "Different first page". To do that, click the Ribbon Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup section, click the expansion icon (lower right corner of section), click the Layout tab, under Headers and Footers, click Different first page.
Then go to your first page and create a letterhead header. You can adjust the margins on this page as needed. The second and subsequent pages will still have the orginal settings.
When it's just as you like, save the document as a template. Next time you need a document on letterhead, just open the template and Word will create a new document for you with the letterhead already in place.

Watch a Youtube video here.
Nice details here.

Microsoft Word... | Answered on Dec 20, 2014

We can also try to search for the Word backup file, in Word 2010, please do the following:

Start Word 2010.

Click the File menu, and then click Open.

Locate the folder in which you last saved the file.

In the Files of type list (All Word documents), click All Files. The backup file usually has the name "Backup of" followed by the name of the missing file.

Click the backup file, and then click Open.

You can also refer to this kb below to find the missing content of the document, it's written for the missing documents issue, you can also try the methods: http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/archives/archives-aa/winrar/536-rar-is-3x-larger-than-its-content

I was rescued by it:

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Microsoft Word... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014

Start with a list of reasons. Now put your reasons with sentences that best describe your reasons and or situation in complete sentences. Maybe catagorize in the paragraphs most important things first. Remember to use spell check. Your closing should be something like, Thanks For Your Consideration or even just Thank You. Make sure all points are clear and make sense. Good luck!

Microsoft Word... | Answered on Sep 24, 2014

Right-click on number
select Numbering > Define New Number Format


Change Style and click OK
Click on Font button

Make desired font changes and click OK


Microsoft Word... | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

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