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|James||11/17/15||10||10||10||Thank you for your help|
|John||10/27/15||10||10||10||Very succinct answer. Thanks|
|Pablo||02/28/15||10||10||10||Dear Ms. Lindsey, thank you very much .....|
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|James||07/18/13||10||10||10||Wow. Everything after Windows XP sucks!!!|
Hi Homer, Thank you for your question. Without seeing the issue personally (and you explained it well), I need to ask a question. Does this happen when you open a PowerPoint document? A Word document?
Hi John, To locate applications in Windows 8/8.1, move your mouse over the start button and then into the bottom left corner. This brings up the new short menu. It has from top down, Settings, Devices
Hello Pablo, Thanks for your question. Yes there is a way to convert a Pdf onto a document you can revise. 1. Select all of the text in Adobe, then right-click the text and copy, next open a Word
Hi Lyn, I believe that you can find all customizations to the ribbon in the backstage view. I recommend this link that will guide you on customizations. http://word.mvps.org/faqs/customization/customizeribbon
Hello Jer, To make the change you are requesting Launch the Microsoft Office program you wish to use. 2 Click "File" at the top left of the screen. Click the "Options" button above the "Exit"