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Office 2010 Problems

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#1 ibllise


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Posted 07 October 2010 - 12:32 PM

Hey Guys,

I got some problems with office 2010.. Don't know if someone is experiencing them too..

1- Auto check spelling is not working..

If i write the word Heeeeeloooo it does not show the red line under it or give me suggestions.

i have checked the options and they are fine..Even the language and proofing options..everything should work fine..

My 2nd problem is :

the word picture button is always disabled...in 2003 we were able to click on it anytime and create and word picture..

You can find the word picture when customizing the toolbar select all commands-->scroll to the letter W and u will find it..it has yellow color.

Any help about these stuff guys?? :thumbsup:

thank you

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#2 Cavillas


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Posted 08 October 2010 - 02:27 PM

Have you activated your copy of Office 2010? If not then certain functions are disabled.

#3 jdthelen


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Posted 28 October 2010 - 11:05 PM

I am curious. I have been able to add the Word Picture command to the quick access toolbar in Word 2007 but I can't make it do anything nor can I find any info in the Help files. Can you tell me how it works?

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