- Mail Merge HTML - Outlook 2010 with Windows 7 64bit does not work
- Can Merge Letters also be used to create a fillable form
- Preserving Collapsible text when converting to pdf
- Can someone explain the mystery of expanding and collapsing lists?
- Horizontal alignment multiple rows
- Word 2103
- Mail merge and subrict/subscript characters
- Delete last row of table on document without affecting pages after it.
- Issue with copy/paste in Word 2013
- Two Mergefields with multiple if conditions
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- Figure caption numbers based on current section number for multiple section levels
- Why Using Latin Modern Math Creates Huge Line Space
- Corrupt Ms office documents
- College coursework corrupted no backups
- Turabian Style 8th Edition
- Inserting only chapter and section numbers into captions, with custom multi-level list in place
- What is the purpose of "Recent Folders" in Office 365 Backstage/Save As...
- Microsoft Office 2013 Arabic font support
- Microsoft Word 2013 Not working
- Merge email form with php
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 02:53 PM PDT
I am having a very similar to problem to that experienced by others here, but their solutions do not work for me :(
When I try to perform an HTML mail merge with Outlook 2010 on Win 7 64 bit Word goes through the motions but no emails are placed in the default email account outbox. If I try plain emails it works but then I get the MS security prompt for each and every one. I have tried the MAPI Labs tool but that does not work. I have also tried the hotfix which does not run (probably because it may already be installed), the registry entry HKLM\Software\Clients\Mail - Default is set "Microsoft Outlook", I have run the Office 2010 repair and rebooted...none of it works.
This was working before I made the mistake of purchasing an Office 2013 'upgrade' that installed itself before I could stop it and was incompatible with ACT! I removed this but I suspect that there are some registry keys that were not reset properly.
The simple task of sending a mail merge has proved to be such a headache that I will have to find an alternative unless I can fix this. Hopefully someone can help.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 02:29 PM PDT
I am trying to widen a table but it is only widening certain cells while the rest remain the same. I copied and pasted the table in a new document to see if the problem persisted and attempted to widen it again and it works. The whole table widens equally.
Can you explain why this may be happening and how I can fix it.
Thanks in advance.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 02:01 PM PDT
My beginning Source is an Excel spreadsheet. From that spreadsheet I have created a Merge document (actually a 23 page contract). Most of the information is filled into the Word document from the Excel spreadsheet but there are some areas that need to be inserted manually. I would like to set it up so that each month when the contracts are run for specific clients, they can go into the contract hit the Tab Key and fill in other pertinent information throughout the document. I also know that the document would somehow have to be locked so that other information is not changed.
Can this be done?
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 01:20 PM PDT
I have a word 2013 document which contains collapsible/expandable text sections, created by using headings.
When I convert the word document to a pdf, the collapsible/expandable function disappears, and the text is in whatever state it was when I did the conversion (either collapsed or expanded).
The pdf contains bookmarks based on the headings from the word document but I cannot get the bookmarks to collapse or expand the text.
Is there a setting I need to check/uncheck during the pdf creation process that will preserving the heading functionality (and hopefully display it in the same way as in the word document)?
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 01:11 PM PDT
PRIMARY QUESITON: How can we modify the first several list styles, in the multi-level 'List Library' on the ribbon, so that their levels can be expanded and collapsed in a document (for both viewing and printing), like the other multi-level list styles, without assigning format styles to each level?
DILEMMA: We must be a few cards short of a deck, but we have yet to find any documentation that clearly explains the link between list levels and collapsible outline levels. Our initial assumption was that a multi-level list was an outline list and that, by default, we should be able to expand or collapse any multi-level list in the library - apparently we were wrong. We feel fairly comfortable with our understanding of list styles, format styles, and linking format styles to list style levels, but don't understand the link between list style levels and collapsible outline levels. Where is the option that makes a list style level collapsible? Is it in the list style, the format style, some hidden link between the two, or elsewhere?
We have struggled with this issue for a long time, despite a considerable amount of research. We would appreciate any help in understanding the principles that come into play here so we can effectively work with outlining in the future. Thanks for any assistance.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 11:21 AM PDT
I have a Word 2013 document with two columns and need to get the rows of text to line up horizontally with each other. The document is using a heading style with each heading at 14 point and body text at 11. Paragraph spacing is set to 0 and line spacing set to 1,15 points. Is there a way to force the columns to have rows of text line up?
See example: http://s24.postimg.org/optgeqj11/ali...rizontally.png
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 10:42 AM PDT
I did a system restore but now all of my Word Documents will not open. I looked and Word 2013 is gone from my APPS. Paint works and other Office functions but Word is gone. Help!!! I have hundreds of documents created with Word 2013.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 10:23 AM PDT
Hello, im trying to print a long list of chemical formulas in a label format using mail merge in word 2013, but when i insert the merge fields from excel the subscript/superscript fonts in the formulas appear like normal text. I ve tried using the confirm data source dialog DDE formats, but that doesnt seem to work.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 09:31 AM PDT
I currently have a 13 page document. On page 4 row# 14 needs to be removed. When I do this "edm setup" table from page 5 moves up to page 4. all other pages .ie 6-13 are also affected. Is there any workaround to this? Thank you for your time in advance.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 09:05 AM PDT
Very frequently when I copy and then paste from Word to Word or Word to Excel, the paste feature pastes the previously copied information. I have to copy twice to get the correct text to paste. This started when I installed Office 2013.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 08:05 AM PDT
Im new to mergefield. I have a scenario and need help please. Details are below
I have two mergefields for example M1 and M2
IF M1 Or M2 =0 then display Blank
IF M1 And M2 = Value then pick M1's Value to display
Hope I explain the problem well.
Any help please.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 07:57 AM PDT
MS Word Mail Merge with Outlook Contacts database returns the error "This data source contains no visible tables" whenever Outlook is open. If Outlook is closed It connects just fine.
I can workaround, naturally, by closing Outlook, but it's frustrating and should not be necessary.
Anyone have any suggestions?
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 07:15 AM PDT
In MS Word 2013 I am trying to figure out a way to generate figure caption numbers that contain the current section number. It is straightforward to do this with a single section level (e.g., "Figure 4-3"), but it gets trickier with multiple section levels.
I have considered tackling this by following these general steps
1. Create a dedicated caption for each level (such as "Figure-L3" for level 3, which might yield a caption/number along the lines of "Figure-L3 4.2.3-1")
2. Delete the "-L3"
3. Highlight the remaining caption/number (i.e., "Figure 4.2.3-1")
4. Save as a quick part
5. Repeat for each section level
The problem with this approach is that if I ever need to change a section level (from Level 2 to Level 3, for example), I would have to re-do all the captions and cross-references.
So, is there a way for the caption to "know" in which section it is located?
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 07:03 AM PDT
I am running a line space issue caused by using the font Latin Modern Math. As you may see from this figure, the line space is huge and cannot be modified by change the paragraph properties. I download the font from here
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 05:28 AM PDT
I have this issue where all my office documents have changed their extensions to .njftttb. (for example ACCOUNT OPENING MANUAL-2011.DOC.njftttb )This is affecting ms word, excel, powerpoint, pst etc. renaming to the original format is not working any assistance?
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 05:18 AM PDT
I was working on my computing coursework in college, stupidly didn't make a backup.
here's the exact scenario.
tried to save several times, memory stick was not inserted properly.
I removed the memory stick and reinserted it.
I checked the files were now displaying properly, they were.
I saved the file.
I then moved to a computer in my classroom and am faced with this error.
is it possible to recover?
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 04:18 AM PDT
I am in need of the Turabian 8th edition. The 2013 version of Word has the 6th edition loaded. I have looked at numerous postings on this issue and have found many templates but not a stylesheet that I can replace the existing version with. I am not able to write the code for the stylesheet. I am looking for this for someone who is not tech savvy. They just want to select the correct style within a dropdown box in Word and write their paper.
Your help is much appreciated.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 03:01 AM PDT
I have a document that, to create the required chapter headings, has a multilevel list:
This produces headings like this:
"A" is the chapter number, "1" is the section number. This works great! It's exactly what the client wants.
The problem comes when I caption things. What I need is "Figure A1.1 Stuff and Nonsense" - i.e. just the chapter (A) and section number (1) with the figure number (also 1).
What I get is:
I want to eliminate the bit between the chapter number and the section number (i.e. ": Table ").
The caption field codes are as follows:
So, how can I get what I want?
Thanks in advance.
Posted: 21 Apr 2015 12:56 AM PDT
I recently moved from Office 2010 to Office 365. Apart from the annoying Backstage - which cannot be turned off, even though there is an option to do so, I cannot understand the purpose of the "recent folders" list on the Backstage screen when you "Save as..." in any 365 application. The fact that they are there, and that you can pin one of more of them to make them stay there, suggests that this is a quick way of selecting the target folder to save to, which is a good idea.
However, when I select any of the recent folders in the list, even a pinned one at the top of the list, the Save dialogue box opens showing my current folder and I have to navigate to the target folder in the usual way. So having a list of various folders serves no purpose since clicking on anything in the list simply goes to the current folder.
Am I missing something here? I cannot see any other reason for having a list of recent folders (including pinnned folders) unless its to provide a quick way to navigate to a target folder - which is a good idea - so either I am not using it properly or its a bug.
Posted: 20 Apr 2015 11:47 PM PDT
I have a problem with my Microsoft office 2013 using Arabic fonts while in Power Point is works fine... I read most of the answers from the community there is no one solve the problem... your help is appreciated..
Posted: 20 Apr 2015 06:00 PM PDT
I have a windows 8.1 and word 2013 will not run. I get an error message right away and a prompt to REPAIR, HELP, or CLOSE. Clicking on repair does nothing. Have gone into programs to try an repair Office 2013 will no luck. Microsoft Repair center (nice people) reinstalled office with no luck. HELP! I so love using Windows 8.1 and office 2013 - I am cringing to think that it can't be fix. HELP!!
Posted: 20 Apr 2015 04:01 PM PDT
I am creating an email through Word that will be merged and sent via email, and need to create a link or submit button to accept and have it send an email back to me without having the receiver having to click send. I'm looking to have the email address, address, and phone from the document/email sent back to me. is there I macro I can use or add php? Upon clicking accept I would need it to also direct the receiver to a website.
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