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How to use Excel (Spreadsheet) to edit an Insta...
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Converting a DocQScribe user.aco file to a SH file
Harrie - Jul 17 2012 05:15 AM
Aug 30 2005 05:38 PM | Cheryl Flanders in Microsoft and MS Office
1. Normal.dot: Stores formatted AutoCorrect entries, AutoText entries, keyboard shortcuts, menu customizations, custom toolbars, styles, macros. 2. .acl file: Stores unformatted AutoCorrect entries. The easiest way to locate this file is to add an...
Apr 22 2005 09:28 AM | Cheryl Flanders in Microsoft and MS Office
Word comes with a supplemental macros template that includes the AutoCorrect Utility. The utility is used to back up and restore entries. If you only do the backup portion, it will create a regular Word document that you can print. When transferring...
Apr 24 2005 05:18 AM | Cheryl Flanders in Microsoft and MS Office
To assign (or reassign) keyboard shortcuts to any command, macro, AutoText entry, style, or commonly-used symbol: 1. Right-click a blank area of the Menu bar and select Customize (or go to Tools/Customize). 2. Click on the Keyboard button at the bot...
Apr 24 2005 05:44 AM | Cheryl Flanders in Microsoft and MS Office
When you create an entry using a document's default font, the entry will insert into any document and take on the new document's font attributes. Unexpected Font changes: Entries are stored with whatever character format changes you apply to...
May 04 2005 07:42 AM | Cheryl Flanders in Microsoft and MS Office
Word contains more than 1000 built-in keyboard commands and shortcuts. Pre-assigned shortcut keys don't have to cramp your working style -- you have the ability to change the three-key shortcuts you use most often to one or two keys that are not a...
May 24 2005 04:50 AM | Harrie in Microsoft and MS Office
Sysinternals "Autoruns" is a utility that works on all versions of Windows and shows you your auto-start applications as well as the full list of Registry and file system locations available for auto-start configuration. You can easily disable...
Jun 04 2005 09:58 AM | Cheryl Flanders in Microsoft and MS Office
Many people try to fix problems with Word by uninstalling and reinstalling. This often does not fix problems because many problems lie in the Windows registry and they do not get fixed when you reinstall. Uninstall in versions prior to Word (Office)...
Mar 09 2007 10:07 AM | Harrie in Microsoft and MS Office
Note: Not for use with Word 97 This is for transcriptionists who find themselves newly working on the DocQScribe platform who wish to make their Word AutoCorrect file into a DQS user.aco abbreviation file for use in DocQScribe. Naturally, those who...