I was just working on a proofreading file for hours. I closed it, thinking I had been saving it (I'm pretty sure I was saving it!). Then I went to email it , and it's nowhere to be found on my computer. I searched for it. I thought that if you don't save something it will be recovered when you open Word again, but nope. And I can't find it on my computer anywhere. Does anywhere have an idea where it could have gone and how/if I can get it back?!
Is there a common English word or a technical term that names the process of taking a page or picture from the real world to the virtual? In other words, if I took a physical page and, with a scanner or camera, turned it into a file on my computer; what would you call that action?
Is there any online resource that functions like microsoft word that I can use to get my paper appropriately edited? Within the hour? [more inside]
Have you used software to help you grade student essays? Tell me about your experience. [more inside]
The default dictionary in Word 2003 is burdened by slow response time from the query server @ Microsoft. We're fed up with it in our corporate environment. Does anyone know a third-party app that integrates well with Word 2003?
Need help with WordPress [more inside]
Are the changes I made to my Word document accessible? [more inside]
Help on formatting a multi-level list in Word 2007 [more inside]
How can I (quickly) globally replace text in word with a footnote (or anything from my clipboard)? [more inside]
Can I download only OpenOffice Writer? [more inside]
Does anyone know of a manufacturer of a T9 keyboard/software for a PC? [more inside]
Is there any way to view pages in a Microsoft Word (2002) documents side by side instead of top to bottom? [more inside]
Is there a way to get Word to automatically replace double spaces between sentences with single spaces? [more inside]
[Word Filter] I have a Word document consisting of a giant table with columns such as last name, first name, address, etc. Is there a way to extract the table data to another document in such a way that I preserve the order of the information, but lose the cells, rows and columns? Whenever I try to cut and paste, I end up just taking the table with me - exactly what I DON'T want to do...
Is there a way to retrieve the old files I have saved on 5.25" Apple IIc floppy disks? [more inside]