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Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019


Try this:
1. Find the copy of the workbook on which you will merge the changes. In Excel, go to "File > Open" and find the file.
3. Click "Tools > Compare" and "Merge Workbooks." 4. Look for the files you want to merge and add them into the current file. 5. Click “OK” to merge the files. This is your master copy of this workbook. 6. Save the file.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Nov 14, 2018


You won't find the download link as office 2003 is not supported anymore. (had same issue as I owned office 2003 had to go to office 365)
I am not sure if later versions of office would run with office xp ?
suggest trying open office
https://www.openoffice.org/download/
and see if it works on your windows xp.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Jan 18, 2018


the problem may be compatibility as win 10 has it's own office system called office 356 which is superior to ms office 2003

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Jun 03, 2016


Try to download save as PDF converter for office application.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Apr 09, 2014


"in the room" is an adverbial phrase for the subject "Farrah's purse" and verb "was".

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Sep 24, 2013


You may try xls repair worksheets, fonts, formulas, cells, columns, rows and etc.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Sep 25, 2012


Your version of Access may require slightly different menus and clicks than mine, but the procedure is straightforward and should be very similar to what you will need to do. Read the whole post first!

Make sure you have permission to modify the database, then go to the form (I assume the drop-down table is in a form) and go to design view.

In design view, click once on the dropdown box you are having a problem with, and a properties screen with several tabs should pop up; click on the data tab, and look at 'data source'. In the list look for 'row source type' to see if the source of your data is a) a table or a query, b) a value list or c) a field list. Most dropdown boxes use either a value list or data from another table or a query (based on a table).

Check the source of data by going down to the next line in the list titled 'Row Source' (this is the list on the data tab that popped up when you clicked on the dropdown box in design view).

If the source is a table/query type you should see some code in the Row Source box like "SELECT....". Without changing anything, click once immediately to the right of the box, and whatever source the rows are coming from should pop up--if a query, for instance, it will pop up the underlying query in design view.

You should be able to troubleshoot the underlying query to see why no data is given in the dropdown box.

Another point where underlying query or table is used: If the table was based on a query that pulls data from the records in the current database, the drop down list will be blank until new records are added so the query has something to list.

And if the source is a 'value list', the values should be included in the row source box below, separated by semicolons. If not you simply need to add them in.

If your source is a field list, go back to whomever copied the database and tell them you need help with the copy they gave you...

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on May 21, 2012


Do you still have the install CD? If so you can copy this file from the CD. It's probably named something like sku011.ca_. You may have to extract it to the location. Do a little Google searching on Extracting a CAB file and you'll probably find the result you're looking for.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Dec 17, 2011


WordPad comes as part of Windows, it doesn't really have any files (documents) you can however associate file types to it. .txt and .rft If you want these types of files to open in say word. Right click any .txt file and any .rft file, select Open With, "Choose Default Program", Select Word and make sure "Always use the selected program" is check" and those file types will now always open in Word. If this is not what your looking for please comment back and elaborate on your issue you are having.
Thanks.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Nov 28, 2011


you could go to major geeks to download open office which uses similar applications to Microsoft office 2007 and has many of the options of office 2007 bonus its FREE

http://www.majorgeeks.com/OpenOffice.org_For_Windows_d3461.html

dont forget to vote

hope this helps

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Feb 04, 2011


Did you know Microsoft offers a free online version of Microsoft Office? You don't have to pay for Office unless you want additional features. The free version from Microsoft is here:
http://www.skydrive.com/

Facebook has free online Office applications at:
http://www.docs.com/

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Jan 11, 2011


File menu, Page Setup, Margins Tab, use arrows to adjust margin value, or enter numbers directly. Inches and tenths.. Example, Normal standard margin is 1.25" You could enter 0.75 (3/4ths ")

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Jan 02, 2011


happay new year same to u brother plz update ur office

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Jan 01, 2011


There is no way to do it.Maybe at a torrent site but you will need the keys to install it.Or make a copy of your friends MSO 2003.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Dec 12, 2010


Hi Good day!!
What can you use MSWORD for?
Many organisations now use computers to produce and organise written material, correspondence, membership lists and so on. This guide deals with the most common programme, MSWORD, that is used on most computers. It is written for people who have not used the programme before and has very basic information about the keyboard and MSWORD. If you have taught yourself to use MSWORD, it may also be useful to you.

Your MSWORD programme is called a word-processing package. This means that it is useful for typing and storing letters, articles and anything that consists mainly of words. It is basically a fancy typewriter with a built in filing-system.

The more you use your computer the more you will learn about what it can do. This guide contains a few basic things to help you get started.

If you have not used a computer much, print the next section out and look at your keyboard and MSWORD programme with it. Try to do everything as you read it.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Oct 26, 2010


=IF(D1>=85,"5",IF(AND(D1>=75,D1=65,D1=55,D1=45,D1
You should use above formula. It will be useful for you.

Microsoft OFFICE... | Answered on Oct 14, 2010

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