Have been using WORD 2007.But, I just downloaded and installed Open Office. But I only want to use it for its Spreadsheet.However, it looks like its word processing component has taken over.Now, my WORD documents are being opened by Open Office which I do not want.How can I make WORD the Default word processing program (again)?
I recently ran into an issue where this installation on Windows 7 Pro 32-bit is trying to open up all my programs in Word, they all have the MS word icon as well, so for instance, when I click on Nero, it will try to open it up in word and we get an error because it is not a word file. This is on all Program .exe files. There are no options to change the file association in the default programs in control panel. I have only seen a few fixes for this which involve the registry, I have checked these, however, all registry keys are correct. System restore fails as well, have tried multiple restore points to no avail. We have also ran norton, and malwarebytes on the system is it runs clean.
I normally use Word 2003 for documents, although I use Outlook 2010. This morning I opened a Word 2010 document and after quite a while of some sort of an installation, I was able to open the Word 2010 document. I did not think too much of it, except that later I was sending an e-mail and attached a Word 2003 document and when I went to check it (i.e. open it up) it opened in Word 2010. How do I disable Word 2010 as my default program to open Word documents. I do not want to uninstall the program, but at this point I am not ready to learn how to use Word 2010.
I'm using Microsoft Office XP Professional. My default word processor is Notepad. Notepad is not the best one to use and I would like to change to Word.I need help making the change, becase I don't know the process to use to accomplish this.
I have Word Pad set as the default and want to change to Word. I tried to print a document and this notice appeared: Wordpad does not support all of the features of the doc's format. Some content may be missing ot displayer improperly.I checked control panel's Default Programs but Word's not listed.
I have a situation where Word 2010 does not default back to the previous file location. i.e., I open a file from a particular folder. When I click File, Open, it does not default to that folder location so I can open another file from that location. I have to rebrowse to the folder location.
I mistakenly drag the MS Word file from all program list to desktop and laterdelete that shortcut permanently.Later, when I try to open MS Word fromthe folder from MS Office from 'All Program List' of start menu;it was not thereat all. Now I don't understand how to open MS Word and how it would again appearin All Program List
I am trying to create a template with specific styling to be used by our group. Any document created with this template should be saved to a shared network folder. I'd like to know if this is possible...When I right click on my template and choose NEW, the resulting document should use...- the default text font face, size and colour that I specified.- the default paragraph spacing and indentation rules that I specified.
I am from Sri Lanka, and hence I use Sinhala and Tamil fonts from time to time. I have discovered that certain fonts appear fully on the Fonts Panel in the CP. However, other do not (that is, those others appear faded on the CP Fonts panel). WHen I change my font type to a Sinhala font that appeared fully on the panel, it types well on MS Word. But when I try to type in a Sinhala font that appear faded in the CP Fonts Panel, it types in English. how this can be, and what steps I can use to remedy it? to prevent it?
Looking for a nice little (and free) download to convert Microsoft Word Works documents into a PDF format. Right now I have a deskPDF download installed. It works when I select my printer. It then converts and saves the document into a PDF format. However, I get a "Your Free Trial Has Expired!" pop up prior to saving. My options are Activate (which I can't), Continue (which I do) and Buy Now (which I don't). My question is, how long can I continue bypassing this free trial expiration? I'm surprised I'm still allowed to convert to PDF for this long.
Anyway, I checked Programs and it appears I installed the deskPDF 2.5 Professional Edition back in June of 2011, so it's already been six months. Funny thing though, is I distinctly remember where I got the download from and that was at CNET Downloads. So that's what they give away? A trial edition for a paid upgraded version? I guess I don't mind the Buy Now pop up and if it lasts indefinitely, all the better. But aren't there other, more permanent alternatives that aren't trial editions of premium versions?
When I was using Word 2007 under XP I never had a problem with it not opening, or closing while in use. Now that I am using WIndow7 64-bit, I regularly have the problem that:
A. If I try to open Word directly, I often get a message that "There is a problem with Word. Windows is searching for a solution." (Paraphrased.) Invariably the result is that Word shuts down. The only recourse I have found is to restart the computer. Happens several times a day.
B. Sometimes even while working with a document, I get the same message and result. The error occurs more often if I have a document open and then try to open another one.
I don't recall the same problem with Excel 2007, and have only used Power Point 2007 once (no problem at that time). Is there a way to "repair" word 2007? Must I reinstall it? HP Pavilion p6247, Athlon CPU, 2.3 GHz, Windows 7 64-bit; Microsoft Office 2007 Pro.
Anyone know how to make dot leaders in Word? I can do it so long as I use spaces instead of the tab to indent T of C entries, but that's inaccurate and inconvenient. When I use the tab indent, the dots pop over to the left of the entry instead of between the entry and page number. Same thing happens in Word 03. Yes, I can use Word's T of C feature, but can't make it do what I want. MS stuff is impossible, and I have spent hours with their so-called "help" feature and online searching for an answer. Everything is so easy in WP, and I read one post to enter the info there, and copy/paste to Word, but it did not work for me -- the dot leaders all disappeared.
I got done after writing this document for three weeks...Suddenly (today), my document appears to be blank. I didn't download anything..Didn't go on any porn sites (surprisingly), or anything. In fact I didn't go on anything after I finally finished my document, which was finished yesterday.[URL]When I highlight the document, it appears to be words there, it's just nothing shows up. It's as if all my text is white. However, the text is clearly black.
When I want to copy a text from a web page into Word , it will not copy the FULL page. From left to righ,t it will cut off about 10-15% of the document on the right side of the page.. I tried moving the arrows on the top of the page and it doesn't seem to help.
Currently Word Pad is set as my default. When items are opened in word pad it is like jibberish. I would like to make microsoft word my default, but word pad is not listed on my programs to uninstall I have Windows 7
My fiance uses a word document to store all of her user accounts and passwords for them. I finally had her put a password on her word document file. BUT, I know this is easy to crack and want to know the most secure way to keep her accounts and passwords safe from snooping nerds like me, Does any have a very secure way to encrypt a word file? OR any other software to use to add the accounts in to encrypt?
On a new HP computer with Windows7, I installed Microsoft Office. Everything installed correctly, including the icons. When I did a windows update shortly after, the WORD icon disappeared and was raplaced by the one you see on my attached picture. I cannot change it in the properties area. How can I get the regular icon back?
I don't understand, okay yesterday I went to download fonts from dafont.com and 1001freefonts.com and I then I downloaded them and it asks me to download to default (Word Pad, windows explorer) and I don't know how to open/save it under the right app; which I have no clue what to do to fix this. but I thought things you download is suppose to be set up automatically.
I send in cricket match reports to our local paper. Last season I had an XP machine and I used to copy and paste the scoresheets from our website into Word. Here's a typical scoresheetI used to copy the scoresheet and paste it into Word, edit it and send it off as part of the report. The newspaper could also copy and paste it at their end. Fine.Now I have a Win 7 machine and, I may be incorrectly blaming this on the OS, I can copy the scoresheet into Word but I get an uneditable block, looking only vaguely like the scoresheet I copied.I imagine that there is just some "tick" I haven't put in a box somewhere but it would make a massive difference if I could find that box.
I have been unable to turn off my computer for the last 2 days as it has been asking me to save changes to the "global template Normal.dot" whenever I try to turn it off. After I close out that window, it gives me a "normal.dot was being edited by another Word session" error.
using windows 7 home premium 64bit with office xp, while typing a letter, halfway through I noticed that caps lock was on but the caps lock light indicator was not, whether I have the caps lock button pressed or not I just write in capital letters and as this is a business letter I don't want that so I must have pressed some button
I'm currently running Windows 7 Home Premium and whenever I try to click on a setup exe file, it would open in ms word. I've searched this forum and tried the MS Fix it patch but it didn't work. I can't even upgrade registry optimizer since it opens in word.
All of a sudden, when I open a previously opened Word document, many of the sentences and paragraphs all get compressed together, in a black mass. A whole paragraph gets jammed into the space of two characters.