Thank you for the explanation Charles.
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Thank you for the explanation Charles.
Thank you folks!
I did not realise that Word would 'remember' a deleted second page in a template. Very clever.
I'm embarrassed to ask something so simple.
I have just set up a letterhead template with a macro that inserts a second page and I would like to add plain page numbers centred in the footer in...
Thank you again Andrew.
I forgot to ask you, could you please tell me where I can find a list of the icons, one of which, 526, you inserted into the code.
I have tested it and it works fine!
Thank you again.
Thank you Andrew.
I will try this code in the morning, although I don't pretend to understand what you mean by 'recreate the macro so it is less dependent on cursor location'.
Thank you for the explanation Andrew - so that's why the macro is not on the Add-ins tab!
Unfortunately for me, I can't really write VBA code, I just recorded those macros, so as a result I don't...
Hi RetiredGeek, thank you for the follow-up.
I forgot to elaborate that I created this template years ago and since converted to Word 2010 and expected to see the new macro I created on the...
Thanks for your response RetiredGeek, glad you are still providing your valuable assistance!
This macro is a Sub, just like the other two macros that do appear on the Add-ins tab.
This is probably a silly question, but I can't see why one of the three macros in a template does not display as a Toolbar Command on the Add-ins tab along with the other two.
I would be very...
Thanks for the suggestion Joe.
This is one of the first things I tried, but it made no difference. Clearly Outlook is enumerating the sub-folders, that's what I called 'indexing'. How can I...
I posted a 'plea for help' for this problem a few years ago, but no one has come up with a solution.
Having done extensive troubleshooting, I can now precisely express the problem.
I have a great many subfolders under Sent Items and I would like to change the column headings in each subfolder without having to do it one subfolder at a time.
Currently, I have a button I...
I have uninstalled MS Office Professional Pro and installed MS Office Home & Business, but it behaves exactly the same. pfbackup still doesn't work!
I imported Contacts into Outlook 2010 via a CSV file and the list of Contacts is fine. The Autocomplete cache however, is blank.
Using Nk2Edit, I have populated it using the 'Add from Address...
I am unable to get pfbackup to work with Outlook 2010. Having installed it and added the required Registry key, I click on Add Ins in Outlook and select Backup, then exit Outlook and instead of the...
RetiredGeek, as usual, your solution is neat and clever!
Thank you very much, you have saved me hours of work!!
Perhaps I should clarify the situation and what I am trying to achieve.
I have several folder trees each containing many sub-folders, say A, B, C, D and so on. The names of the sub-folders are...
I have several sets of folder trees, each with multiple sub-folders, each sub-folder containing multiple files. I would like to merge all of this into a single folder tree, retaining the same...
Just letting you all know that I solved my problem by uninstalling and re-installing the software ... I have no idea why it failed, but rather than spend more time trying to figure it out, I just...
I have set up Outlook 2010 on a new Windows 7 PC and imported all names and email addresses from the old PC via a csv file.
My Contacts are populated, but I have an empty Address Book.
Thanks for the response bigdave99.
As you can see from the previous post, I have now set up a macro to do the printing, but this commercial software looks great! If I get stuck again, I will...
Thank you very much RetiredGeek and jjfreedman.
I have tested the code (from RetiredGeek plus the vital addition from jjfreedman) with the appropriate printer and it works like a charm!!
Thank you for your prompt response and the code.
I will try going back to my original technique of not having 'Different First Page' checked and setting up the first page with...