Find and Replace Special Formatting Options

Hello, this is Vyom Munshi again. This blog is the third part of the series of articles on Find and Replace feature. As you work with Office files, you may want to use the “Find and Replace” feature. There are some advanced settings that can help you in more complex searches. This article applies to…

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Find and Replace for the Arabic Script

Hello, this is Vyom Munshi from the Global Experience Platform team. This blog is the second part of the series of articles on Find and Replace feature. As you work with Office files, you may want to use the Find and Replace feature. If you have Arabic, Dari, Pashto, Persian, Urdu, or Uyghur enabled as…

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Find and Replace for East Asian Languages

Hello, my name is Vyom Munshi, and I am a Software Design Engineer in Test in the GXP team. This blog is the first part of the series of articles on Find and Replace feature. As you work with Office files, you may want to use the Find and Replace feature. If you have Japanese…

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My Language Preferences: Office Display and Help Languages

Hello, my name is Jimmy Fang, and I am a Software Design Engineer in Test on the GXP team.  This article continues the Language Preferences series of our blog.  Previous articles of this series include How to: Find my Language Preferences? and My Language Preferences: Office Editing Languages by Kate Kelly.  With the help from my…

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Special East Asian Features in Office 2010

Continuing from the “East Asian Text Layout Features” article, in this article we will explore text formatting features that are specific to Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (collectively referred to as “East Asian languages” in this article). Business Form Wizard In Access, if you have your computer configured correctly, then you can use the Business Form…

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How to Enable Sequence Checking and Type and Replace for Thai, Hindi and Vietnamese

Hello, my name is Sirirat Reinikka, and I am a Tester on the GXP team. My previous blog articles include Changing Numeral Shapes in Excel and 5 Access Settings for the Right-to-Left Languages. With the help from my teammate, Wirote Petchdenlarp, we will show you how to enable Sequence Checking and Type and Replace in Microsoft Office products…

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Measurement Converter In Office 2010

Hello there, this is Peter Liang and I am a Software Design Engineer in Test in the GXP team. Today, we’ll explore the Measurement Converter feature that can recognize commonly used measurement units in Word and PowerPoint. It also helps user to convert measurement units between the metric and the imperial measurement systems. The types…

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Advancing Multilingual Collaboration with Office 2010

Hello, my name is Jesus Barrera-Ramos and I’m the Senior Program Manager Lead for Multilingual Solutions in the Office Global Experience Platform (GXP) team. Distributed collaboration is crucial in the fast and connected world of today. Companies bring teams together across different locations to solve tough problems and require the best productivity and collaboration tools…

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Understanding Translation Language Pairs

Hi there! I’m Sandy Rivas and I am a Software Development Engineer in Test in the Global Experience Platform group. For Office 2010, I worked on the Translation features that are available in Word, OneNote, PowerPoint and Outlook. You can see more articles about the Translator features here. Through the beta usage of Office 2010,…

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Phonetic Guides, Yomi, Furigana, or “Ruby” Text

Hello, this is Gwyneth Marshall again. Today we will continue from the East Asian Page Layout Features in Office 2010 article to describe another East Asian feature in Office 2010 called Phonetic Guides. The terms Phonetic Guide, Yomi, Furigana, or “Ruby” Text are used somewhat interchangeably to refer to an annotative gloss placed above or…

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