We upgraded Office Home and Student 2010 a month or so ago. It works fine on one account but Word freezes when trying to save a file on another account. The Excel works ok.I have to restart to get out of it. I opened another account to see if it would work, it did
I've just downloaded Student and Home Office 2010, and for some reason I now cannot open documnents that are Word 2007. I also cannot save work onto my memory stick, as for some reason, it saves the document as Word 2007, even though I am doing the work on Word 2010! (I only ever had a trial version of 2007, never the whole thing and it is no longer on my comp) I am starting a history course soon, and their online docs are 2007, and again, I can't open them. A message pops up saying that 'the file does not have a programme associated with it for perfoming this action' thats what pops up every time.
I've been trying to create a Task in Outlook from a Word Document that I have created on this computer. The idea is that a shortcut to the document is created as an Outlook Task. Click on the shortcut, and voila - there is the document.The "Create Microsoft Office Task" icon DOES send the document to Outlook as a Shortcut in a Task, however, when I open the task, Outlook says:"Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachments: Shortcut to 'document name'."It's NOT an unsafe attachment; Outlook WILL OPEN this document if I send it as an email attachment. Outlook will open .docx files types.
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.
Using Win 7 Home premium and Word 2003. Record new macros, but they're not available if I close and re-open Word. Have renamed normal.dot to oldnormal.dot but don't see a new normal template. Have Acrobat 9.0 but found past problems only with Acrobat 7Everything worked fine using Word 2003 with Vista so wonder if Win 7 is the proble
when I wanted to save my word closes and now lost all my work i have typed normally there would show a window of my last working files that it can bring some of it back before the 10minutes but cant find that window that pop's up anymore.
Since I installed Windows 7 (Home Premium Edition) my Word 2010 program is deleting random spaces when I save a document. This happens whether I am in 2010 mode or 97-2003 compatibility mode. It's been happening on all my documents for over two months and I can't find a way to stop it.
Recently I have problem using "save" command in MS Word.Every time I want to save my doc, a message appears "Word can not complete the save due to a file permission error".Fyi, I can save my doc with "save as" command.
I can't save anything. All my word files are read only.
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windows 7 prof. 64bit / office 2010 When i have been working on documents which require repetative entries and I copy these entries to the clipbpard, is there a way of saving these entries on the clipboard so when so that when I close the current document and open a new one that all previous entries onto the clipboard will still be there? At the moment it is only the last item copied to the clipboard in the previous session that remains when I open a new document.
I have Windows 7 64bit. I use google chrome as my browser. I just got Office 2010 and downloaded it off Microsoft's website. Now when I download and try to open a word document from my professor it does this, Windows is not responding, windows is checking for solutions, and then shut down. I then haft to open it in safe mode enable editing and then I can work with it.I tried changing the trust center options and it saves my changes to the trust center when I open word from my computer, but when I open it from a website it does not save it.
Last night, my computer rebooted itself unexpectedly while I was accessing a Word document. I was constantly saving the document, so I expected that it would come back up when the computer rebooted. Every time I try to open it in Word, it says that the file is corrupt and cannot be read. I have tried the Open & Repair function. I have also tried the Extract Text from All Files function. When I did the latter, the document came up to about 1,000 pages worth of different codes. When I open it in WordPad, the most recent things I saved did not come up. I am absolutely sure that I saved what I was working on. Is there any way I can fix this corrupt file? It is a crucial part of an assignment.
Having opened a Works Database I open a Word document to create labels. "Mailings" produces the Mail Merge boxes. Having selected "use existing list" I get a box containing various coding options, Western(Windows) being highlighted - the rest are different languages, e.g. Turkish, Korean etc. On selecting "Select recipients" I get a list in one of the obscure languages. I have tried various methods but am unable to get the list from my database. Labels used to work perfectly with Word 2007 and MS Works.
In the Find and Replace window (Ctrl+h) in Word 2010, alt+a is Replace All. I use this ALL DAY, EVERY DAY. For the third time in the last year, this has now stopped working. Alt+R works (Replace), Alt+F works (Find), just the one that I REALLY NEED doesn't work.I have found the solution the last two times it happened, but now I can't find it for the life of me. It had something to do with the keyboard, I think it was something to do with the accessibility tab or the driver or something, but I can't find it now. I uninstalled and reinstalled the keyboard, I deleted the Normal.dotm file, all to no avail.
I have Microsoft Word 2010, and the last couple days I haven't been able to use it.Whenever I open it up and start typing, it freezes. A box opens up and says"Microsoft Word has stopped working." Then it closes
My Microsoft Office 2010 cannot be opened and the notification keeps on saying that the Microsoft Office is downloading the required feature, the Microsoft office may appear unresponsive temporarily as required files are downloaded".
in 2003 there was a question, that question was 'Update this instance of your meeting update only?' Simply, and worked. In 2010, it's gone. How do I update the text of my meeting without my delegates all getting the update.
Why, because it's helpfull to add notes, becuase it used to be there, becuase 2010 makes things better - not
An issue with Outlook 2007 in combination with my Microsoft Exchange e-mail account was that it couldn't remember the password and I had to enter it every time I started Outlook. This was solved by adding a credential through 'control user passwords2', a workaround which can be found on several sites.
However, this doesn't seem to work anymore using Outlook 2010 with Windows 7. Or at least it seems to work different, but I can't get it to work. Outlook itself creates a generic credential in the form of MS.Outlook: USERNAME>@<EXCHANGESERVER>:PUT, but on another website I found the form MS.Outlook:<E-MAILADDRESS>@<EXCHANGESERVER>:PUT It also creates two Windows credentials, one with the username also as server and one with the correct exchange server, username and password. What should I add to make Outlook remember my password?
I also tried some other workarounds for previous versions of Outlook, but they all didn't work. I tried these: Stop Outlook/Outlook Express Asking For Your Password Every Time | Windows Vista | Windows Tools, Help & Guides Outlook 2007 won't save passwords in Vista...save password..
I just bought a Toshiba lap-top, Windows 7, with Microsoft Word Starter 2010 pre-installed.In a blank document the pre-set margins do not function on the screen. When I type, the letters just keep going on and on to the right. If I look at the "print display" it shows the letters correctly on the page.If I customize the margins the same thing happens --- the margins do not stop the letters from just going on one line to the right into infinity.So, therefore, I do not have a WYSIWYG page view. How do I get the margins to work properly?
She has recently had to upgrade to Windows 7 and as a result she now has Word 2010 instead of 2000, or maybe it was 2003.
The most annoying feature of Word 2010 is the so-called "Ribbon". It shows every font installed in Word and we don't want to see any of them (my blind colleague cannot see them anyway) - what is more, it takes up a lot of space. Is there a way of removing all those fonts from the Ribbon?
I have Office 2010 installed. I often print an online news article to the xps format. Sometimes I have the need to convert this format to Word. The question is how do I make the conversion without using a free software. It is preferable to use a software that would retain the original format of the article.
My problem is roughly the same as the OP: I work on complicated phonetic documents, and I would like to keep the contents of my Word clipboard when I'm done for that session, because I'll need that content during the next one. I'm not offered the option to save the content, however, nor can I find a setting which obviously seems to offer me that option. The documents are in separate folders, of course, but the Word clipboard sidebar is always empty when I open the document, or anything I've copied outside Word before getting to work on the document will appear there. Of course I can go and collect the previous content in the document itself, but that is not a good way to start my work session, frankly. How do I get Word to save clips specifically for that document, and leave it alone as far as other copy/paste operations are concerned?
The threadClick the File tab. Under Help, click Options. Click Advanced. Under Display, in the Show this number of Recent Documents list, click the number of files that you want to display. simply does not work. The "Show this number of Recent Documents list" is grayed out and not clickable. (OS is Windows 7 Home Premium.)
I need to protect a template that contains parts, that should be edited eventhough there is protection activated. These fields should have a special formatting (font and size) which is missing after protecting the document. How to fix this? Only possible with a macro? Tried to do it but couldn't make it work. Please help as soon as possible. This is urgent. Don't get why this must be so complicated after it has been so nice before Office 2010.