Review for mac 1105 college algebra final exam. Two-Sided Printing in Microsoft Word 2011 for Mac By Alicia Katz Pollock on August 4, 2014 in Tips & Tricks One of the things that frustrates me when I try to print my documents in Microsoft Word for Mac 2011 is that, although my printer does double-sided printing, the Microsoft Word dialogue box does not show an option for two-sided printing.
Thank you for your response. I just want to check,k are you referring to Word 2016? I have always used the Home key and the Undo command exactly as you describe in Word 2010. Since Microsoft has made it almost impossible to obtain Word 2010, I bought a Word 365 subscription. I started Word in safe mode, as you suggested, and holding down the CTRL key while depressing Home still does nothing.
For Office 2016, save this file to Users/YourUserName/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.Office/User Content/Themes/Theme Fonts. For Office 2011, save it to Users/YourUserName/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Office/User Templates/My Themes/Theme Fonts. Create new font theme in ppt 2016 for mac. You can modify an existing font theme file, just make sure to give it a different name.
Word 2016 has found a delicate balance. It is a desktop app with a classic (read: reliable and secure) tone. Download phone for mac. It sits in the Windows 10 Start menu and is available in just two clicks. The two-sided setting is greyed out and the Duplex Printing tab is gone when printing from Safari, Pages, Preview etc. But for some strange reason when I'm in MS Word 2016 for mac (using the same Canon driver from Apple) it shows the Duplex printing tab.
Neither does CTRL+End. This time when I opened the program, it asked me to sign in to Microsoft. Is that going to be necessary every time I wish to work in Word 365? The Undo arrow did appear in the Quick Access Tool Bar this time. I work as an editor, and not having a Home/End function and having to sign in every time I wish to use Word will be a real problem for me.
Try, then, starting Windows in safe mode with networking. I suspect there is another program hijacking your keyboard. I know I use at least two other programs that mess with my Word built-in shortcuts. Nei, thther does it to the Home key, though. That the undo appears in the QAT tells me that likely you accidentally removed it. Remember that Ctrl+Z is undo, as well.
You should be able to add it back by right-clicking on the QAT or Ribbon and selecting Customize the Quick Action Toolbar. For what it is worth, I can confirm that Ctrl+Home and Ctrl+End act as expected in Word 2016 on my computer. Thank you Charles and Guessed. I don't think I had accidentally changed anything. I just installed the program and was using it for the first time. Altarsoft video capture for mac.
I finally found a Microsoft Help Chat and got a nice guy there who tried several things and finally had me go into File --> Options, and set up the keyboard shortcuts for Home and End (End of Doc and Start of Doc). Those came already set up on my prev software, and he evidently expected it to be in this case, but it wasn't. He also told me I would not have to sign in everytime, so I don't know why I did this time.
Glad I did though, because I doubt I would have found the Chat link if not for signing in. All is well now. So kind of you both to take time to try to help me. Hi Charles, I'll try to go through the steps.
Open a document (a blank page will do). Click on the File tab.
Click on Options at the bottom of the left-hand menu. Click on Customize Ribbon 5. At the bottom (underneath the selection box) where it says Keyboard Shortcuts, click on Customize. Under Categories, click on Commands Not In the Ribbon. Under Commands, scroll down to End of Document or Start of Document, depending on which you wish to do. Under Specify Keyboard Sequence, select Control End or Control Home, depending on what you want to do.
(On my keyboard, the right arrow button and the End button are the same, so I think either selection would work. Same for the Home button and the left arrow button.) 9.
Move the cursor to the Press New Shortcut field and depress and hold the Control key while hitting the End or Home key. Click on Assign. You can now close out or go to the next shortcut sequence you wish to specify.