Office File Recovery

3 Macro Ways to Quickly Convert Your Word Documents into PDF Files

In this article, we will focus on providing you with 3 macros which you can use to quickly convert Word documents into pdf files. In Word 2003, there is an icon on the menu bar. With a single click, users are able to trigger the “Save As” window instantly and save the document in pdf format. However, as you notice, the layout in Word 2010 changes a lot. And users have to click “File” tab then the “Save As” command to trigger the “Save As” window. Moreover, you have to...

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4 Quick Ways to Close a Single Word Document without Closing Word

In this article, we intend to introduce you 4 quick and effectual ways to keep Word program open while closing the only active document. Normally, to concentrate on a task, we tend to open only one document in Word. However, after editing or revision, there is the matter of closing the document while keeping the program running. To be precise, this is an issue that users of Word 2010 may run into, for in Word 2003, there is the “Close Window” button on the upper left enabling you to...

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How to Replace Texts in a File before Importing It Into Access

As part of our ongoing series of articles covering importing data into MS Access we’re going to cover another common aspect of getting a file ready to be imported – namely, what do you do when you have files to import that have header lines or footers with page numbers on them? Again, as common as this is, MS Access doesn’t have a built in method for handling these files so traditionally you’re left with having to use text processing tools like Monarch Pro to pre-process the files...

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