Posts: 1,325 Karma: 1856232 Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: Bavaria Germany Device: Sony Experia Z Ultra Quote: Originally Posted by Lexi Revellian Also, all apostrophes and double speech marks have been No, create an account now. a form of words addressed to a person in order to elicit information or evoke a response; interrogative sentence 2. Let me clarify. check my blog
If you like, PM me for my email address. I could find nothing in Help, which is not much of a surprise. Similar Threads Headings: numbering levels john t., Sep 19, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Word New Users Replies: 1 Views: 328 Margaret Aldis Sep 19, 2003 macros for show levels feagin, Oct I could find nothing in Help, which is not much of a surprise.
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Posts: 27,573 Karma: 20816144 Join Date: Mar 2008 Location: Scotland Device: Muse HD , Cybook Gen3 , Pocketbook 302 (Black) , Nexus 10: wife has PW If your text is in maestrowork01-31-2011, 04:03 AMDon't use the smart quotes. This has to be a dumb question.
This has to be a dumb question. And see if long-time Word users will figure it out on their own? Dave_S View Public Profile Find More Posts by Dave_S Track Posts by Dave_S via RSS 07-25-2010, 09:26 AM #4 Lexi Revellian Groupie Posts: 172 Karma: 200001 Join Date: After reading Graham's paper I am starting to recognize the hand of Kafka in Office 2003.
the Wrong Call? Then I delete the dummy word and remove the space to bring the right quote snug up against the twas. I've been doing the shift key trick, but wanted something else. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.
Let me clarify. Add the favorites folder to the places bar. in dispute. 20. verb (used with object) 11.
It might be simpler to bite the bullet and reformat the entire document in a different style that fits in with Word 2007. Maybe you'll get it to work without a problem: http://www.vbaexpress.com/kb/getarticle.php?kb_id=158 Let me know if I can help more. On my XP Pro computer with Office 2003 that Favorites folder is very much present, and I can certainly add URLs to it in IE. Find More Posts by GeoffC Track Posts by GeoffC via RSS 07-25-2010, 10:37 AM #15 Dave_S What Title ?
I reopened the original document (created in Word 2000, I think). http://midsolutions.org/word-2000/word-2000-as-email-editor-outlook-2000-causing-text-headache.html Sentosa01-31-2011, 06:42 AMThis is one of those things that WordPerfect makes way easy but MicroSoft Word complicates. My apologies. Copyright ©2004-2017 Microsoft Office Word Forum - WordBanter.
I have only a few IE Favorites (I don't use IE for internet navigation unless required)--if I recall I copied that folder from the old machine; I certainly did that with I think what happened is when I changed my font on the piece, the straight quotes of courier stayed, and all the new ones I enter with TNR are curved. ISBN9781462008186. news I was quite dependent on Word 2000's bookmarks (actually "favorites") but recently went to Office 2003.
Louis 12-12-01, 07:56 PM #2 mtucker DVD Talk Gold Edition Join Date: Feb 2000 Location: Greenville, NC Posts: 2,462 It's not really a dumb question, I have problems If > > this gives you Heading 1, then try Alt+Shift+Right Arrow to see if that > > gives you Heading 2. > > > -- > > Suzanne S. Politics.
It looks like it sure DOES add it to the My Places bar, but it's so far down, you gotta scroll. M On Dec 4, 5:20 pm, "Suzanne S. I've heard of people who composed novels on Linotype machines. beyond (all) question, beyond (any) dispute or doubt 12.
I tried the "Add to My Places" option with a particular folder but I can't figure out what difference it made. scarletpeaches01-31-2011, 04:09 AMI've never had anyone ask me to use straight quotes. Barnhill > > Microsoft MVP (Word) > > Words into Type > > Fairhope, Alabama USAhttp://word.mvps.org > > > "MikeB" <> wrote in message > > >news:... > > > > http://midsolutions.org/word-2000/word-2000-header-question-help.html Very happy with the new WP, so all ends well.
Doh! a difficulty or uncertainty; doubtful point: a question of money, there's no question about it 4.