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3 Articles Found in the Microsoft Office Topic  (or the sub-topic above)

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Mike Prestwood
1. Change MS Word Markup Default to Off

How do you turn off Markup comments in Microsoft Word so the next time I open a document, I do not see the markup comments by default?

10 years ago


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Wes Peterson
2. Microsoft Embraces Open Document Format?

To read some of the blogs and press releases out there, one might think that Microsoftt has embraced ODF as it's native file format. While that would be cool, it isn't the case, and cause for celebration is premature.

13 years ago, and updated 10 years ago

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Mike Prestwood
3. Outlook 2010/2013 View Email Source, HTML, and Header

To view the source code of an HTML email as text like you could in Outlook 2003, select Actions | Other Actions | View Source in the Move panel of the ribbon. Also available on the same menu is Message Header and View in Browser.

Posted to KB Topic: Microsoft Outlook
9 years ago
(6 Comments , last by Pervez.J )

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