Word 2007 Proofing. An Exceptions is automatically created for my document: the Hide spelling errors in this document only option is checked. I cannot change the setting because it is greyed out. How do I make that setting active again? Also, in AutoCorrect options, the Automatically use suggestuions form the spelling checker is greyed out. Also greyed out: the Plain text and Formatted text options in the Replace text as you type section.Experiencing the exact same. Ever get a solution? Looked on the web and see similar experiences from others - no solution.
Word 2007 Beta 2 Here are some bugs and annoyances I've encountered with the equation editor while typing up a couple of small math assignments. 1) (Bug) Write a sentence in "normal" style that includes an inline equation in it. Select the sentence and click Heading 1 (or 2 or whatever) at the top to change it to a heading. The heading style is bold, but the text in the equation itself doesn't show as bold. Save the document, and close/reopen it in Word reopening Word seems to correct this display error. 5) (Bug) Enter several equations, 1 per line, in Display mode
and the red squiggly will not show up. It also does this in outlook. How can I fix this?Have you checked in Word Options, Proofing Tab that Spelling has not been disabled and that Check Spelling as You Type is Enabled?I HAVE checked to make sur those settings are correct and it is still not working. ANy other ideas?Does this occur in one particular document, or in all new documents, or what? In Word 2007, click on Office Button | Word Options | Proofing | uncheck the "Hide spelling errors in this document only" box | Exceptions for: All New Documents | OK.I'
opens on the right side, but the error appears in a dialog box and I have to click OK to close the program. I've been looking this up and the only references to it I can find are with the older versions of Word and the KB article here http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=555220 I have no COM add-ins loading and this happened again even when starting word with add ins disabled. Any thoughts???? I'm seeing this on 3 different WinXP machines with Word 2007. Thanks! Brian in NYIf you are encountering a Visual C++ error then the cause is an add-in. If you viewed the Add-ins list in
;#39; option? (do you select the equation first? even so, there is no inline in this case, only 'professional' and 'display' and 'linear'). I also could not find the 'Web page preview' command to add to QAT. I found many other things, but not this one. I did download the professional 2007 trial? NasserHi Nasser, Yes, we're talking about Word 2007 :) Help=>About moved to the Word Options dialog (Alt, T, O, R) On the equation it would be a left click rather than right click. If it's already '
d21cdb786faad93a?hl=en&.I'm not seeing that behavior in Word 2007. The Automatically Update option is *always* present in the Modify Styles dialog box -- even for styles I create on the fly that don't have Automatically Update enabled at the outset (which is the mode for me, since it's an option I seldom use).OK, something's funky in my installation. Now I do see the option in the Modify Style dialog -- for all _except_ the Normal style. Is that standard?Ah, yes. Normal is permanently endowed with "Don't let the user shoot oneself in
the documents. Clean reboot does not help. I am running Word 2007 SP2 on Windows 7 RTM. Any ideas on how to correct this problem?If I remove Office Ultimate 2007, reinstall it and reapply the add-in - Save As PDF works ;quot;all the updates" but Windows 7 (RTM) is up to date. Office Ultimate 2007 is at SP2 level. The PDF add-in was downloaded again yesterday. Its ID according to control panel Update which will find any Office updates that are outstanding. If you have, then test again with Word running in Safe Mode. winword /a and press enter. Are you able to SaveAs a docs
document. Which then can be converted into a !! Microsoft Office Word Document!! It even says " Permanently changes the selected Microsoft Office Word Document into the object type Microsoft Office Word Document". [Perhaps we have some unfinished business here. bit like the Recover Text from any File option) - but I was disappointed!One of those buttons designed by someone who doesn't actually use Word, I guess.This Word 2007 has no Insert | Text | option. What is missing? Plus, can the loss of graphic and formatting be addressed or is that simply a matter of
2007 Inside Out: http://www.microsoft.com/MSPress/books/9801.aspx#AboutTheBook Word FAQ: http://mvps.org/word TechTrax eZine: http://mousetrax.com/techtrax/ MVP FAQ site: http://mvps.org/I located the deskpdf.dot through search. I moved it to my desktop (didn't know where else to move it) but I am still getting the message when I attempt to print - that "macros are disabled . please refer to . to enable." Sorry, I just have no idea what Macros are and never had to deal with this before. Thanks so much!Hmmm If you moved the template then that should have
and works perfectly fine on its own. In fact, if I make a new Word document and do 'Insert/Table/Excel Spreadsheet' to this new document, it will open the worksheet just fine until I save and reopen the file. He has another computer at his office that has this problem too, but most of them are fine. We have done repair and full removal and reinstall of Office 2007 Pro and still get this error. I found something that referenced Norton antivirus plugins but he does not use Norton. I disabled his antivirus anyway but that didn't help either. Anyone have any ideas?Andrew
Can anyone explain why I can't get the Word Art to display and I create it in a document in Word 2007 beta. The blank placement holder shows, but not the text I typed. Using Windows XP SP2 with latest updates, Office 2003 Professional is on the F Drive and Office 2007 Beta is on the G Drive. I am not on a network. Have 2 gigs of memory. Have more than the needed system requirements to run any applications with Windows XP SP2. Any suggestions?Do you have "Show drawings and text boxes" enabled? Is your video/graphics driver current? Try this, Slide the
;#39;m following what you mean on "old styles". I suspect you are referring to the Styles task pane? It's still there. To display it, click the dialog box launcher in the Styles group (on the Home tab) or press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S. There is far more to Word 2007 than just a new look. The features you loved in past versions are still there and some have received a much needed face-lift. For those who are power user to advanced Word users, typically find it's a bit of a shock at first and some are downright outraged. ;-) BUT it doesn't take long to
Clicking on the Style window launcher, using shortcut keys does not cause this window to display. I am working on files that I upgraded to Word 2007 from 2003, and have added in templates. However, when I create a virgin Word 2007 file I still cannot get this window to appear. Also, the file Properties window will not display. (Menu button>Prepare>Properties) I have uninstalled and reinstalled MS Office 2007 Pro along with SP1. I have done repairs and updates from MS to no avail. Help!!!Uninstalling/reinstalling Office rarely solves any problems because registry settings, macros,
Microsoft Office MVPYes, the Balloon and Show Markup options are checked (enabled).Do they display if you start Word in Safe Mode? Hold Ctrl while starting Word and continue to hold until prompted to start in Safe Mode. Failing that, try starting Windows in Safe Mode and see if they display. If they do the update your graphics driver. ~Beth Melton Microsoft Office MVPIf I run Word 2007 in Safe Mode, Screentips do not display. If I run Windows (XP Professional) in Safe Mode, Screentips in Word display normally. Pursuant to your suggestion, I updated my graphics driver (Intel G33/G31
or misleading (see the fix posted by MVP Terry Farrell - sorry Terry but this keyword DataKey does NOT exist in Office 12 and if I follow the path yoiu supplied, it gives three files - none of which have that keyword so I am reluctant to alter anything in the registry based on that fact). So, how does a user get this VERY FRUSTRATING issued PERMANENTLY resolved? D. Bruce USAOz ServicesThe Word Data Key DOES EXIST in Word 2007 (i.e. Word 12.0). The Key is called DATA and is exactly where I said it is. Run Regedit, navigate to the DATA key and whilst DATA is select, press DELETE
this document only" and "Hide grammar errors in this document only" boxes | OK. 2. If the previous suggestion doesn't help, then in Word 2007 click on Office Button | Word Options | Add-Ins | Manage: Disabled Items. If you see any disabled items that relate to spelling, try enabling them. 3. If the previous two suggestions don't help, then: a. Close Word and any other open applications. b. Click on Start | Run | Open: regedit . c. If the key "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Shared Tools\Proofing Tools\1.0\Override" exists
. Here's my process: 1. I right click on a hyperlink in Word 2007 and select "copy hyperlink". 2. I click on text where I need to paste the hyperlink to. 3. I click hyperlink, which opens a dialogue. 4. I press Control V to different text and then right click and copy the hyperlink again, pasting results in pasting the text, not the hyperlink.Alt+F9 should toggle field code display on/off. You can also toggle using Office button - Word Options - Advanced tab - Show document content, "Show field codes instead of their values" (not exactly brief, which is
haven't made any difference. As mentioned previously, it's only Word 2007 that's affected - all other part of the Office 2007 suite are ok.Office Diagnostics - passed Reduced hardware acceleratiion 3 notches - no change Uninstalled Word from it, does the X button work correctly now?Hi Herb No, the minimise/maximise/restore caption buttons don't work either - clicking on any of them shows the button as permanently 'depressed', but I can't exit the Word from the Exit Word menu option, it has to be by right-clicking the open Word
" tab of my copy of Word 2007 there isn't a "Split Window" button, only a "Remove Split" button. Is there any way of putting the function back by downloading an add-in or macro? Where are they available?Normally, Remove Split would indicate that the window has been split. Have you tried repairing your installation of Office? I guess deleting the Data key in the registry would also be worth trying (see http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/MissingMenusEtc.htm).If the Document Map is open, the Split button will be greyed out and display "Remove Split&
I have found a Document Map problem that did not occur in Word 2002. In Word 2007 the map display is not generated beyond a section break formatted with an outline level above Body Text. (Applying a higher outline level to section breaks is useful because it makes them display in an Outline View restricted to that level.) I can supply sample documents that demonstrate this problem. A lower-level issue is that if the map does not fill the Document Map pane, when the pane is resized the unfilled area is not refreshed correctly.I'm not sure I follow what you are referring to. If