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  1. Hi guys! My work involves a lot of creating Mathematical Equations in MS Word documents and converting pdf files to Word quite often. I am able to convert (normal) pdf documents to word and vice versa with ease. The problem arises when the source pdf file contains Mathematical Equations created in LaTex, MathType or MS Word's in built equation functionality. I am yet to find a utility that would convert Mathematical work and symbols from source pdf file to the destination Word file in such a way that it allows to edit the Mathematical equations in the resultant Word document. Hope, the awesome guys here come out with workable suggestions. Thanks everyone! Have a gala time!
  2. Voice Dictation in Microsoft Word is about to get a lot better Another Microsoft Garage product has made it into the big time. Dictate for Microsoft Office on Windows will be retired as an add-on on 15th October, to then be officially integrated into Office 365 and Windows 10. The plugin from Microsoft Garage is powered by Microsoft Cognitive Services, which is the AI-powered speech recognition service. The use of artificial intelligence means constantly improving algorithms, and therefore a progressively more adaptable, reliable tool. Dictate is an Office add-in for Windows Outlook, Word and PowerPoint that converts speech to text using the state-of-the-art speech recognition behind Cortana and Microsoft Translator. The key features of the app are: Highly accurate speech to text Supports 29 spoken languages Real-time translation to 60 languages Commands like “new line”, “stop dictation” and “enter” to give more control while dictating Two modes of punctuations: Auto and manual (with commands like “Question mark”, “Period”, “Exclamation mark”, “Comma”) Visual feedback to indicate speech is being processed Check out a brief demonstration by Microsoft: Source: Voice Dictation in Microsoft Word is about to get a lot better (MSPoweruser)
  3. The Aug. 8 Word 2016 nonsecurity patch renders merged cells useless in both Word and Outlook. The only known solution is to uninstall the patch. RAJasonCampbell If you have tables in a Word doc or Outlook message and you suddenly can’t see or click on specific cells, chances are good that 1) the tables have merged cells, 2) you’re using Word 2016 or Outlook 2016, and 3) you installed this month’s KB 3213656. The buggy patch was pushed out the Automatic Update chute on Aug. 8. Microsoft hasn’t yet acknowledged the problem, but there are several credible, detailed reports about the bug. The only solution is to uninstall KB 3213656. Poster RAJasonCampbell on the Microsoft Answers forum describes the bug thusly: Windows 10, Office 2016 Pro Plus both fully patched. Have a Word document that includes multiple tables, in each table there are merged cells. If the cell is merged you can't click on the cell or see the data in the cell. If you copy the table out of Word and paste it into Excel, the data shows. If you un-merge the cells and paste it back into Word, it shows all of the data. I tried this on a system that is not patched and the merged tables display properly in Word. Why would an Office update break pasting merged cells into a word document? Any advise on this will be greatly appreciated; this is impacting over 4600 documents at this time, and I am sure we will be finding many more. Poster Jase L dissected the problem on the Microsoft Answers forum and in the Technet forum: We have applied KB3213656 to our Office 2016 environment in order to fix the Outlook spell check issue mentioned in the KB article. We have since noticed that this has broken tables in both Word and Outlook. Basically if you merge two or more cells, as long as at least two of the cells are in different rows, the resultant cell becomes completely unusable. You cannot click into it, type into it or right click it. That is unless the merge includes the top row. If you open an existing document that has cells that have been merged previously. Any of those cells will appear completely blank. Doesn't matter which view you use in Word. Microsoft has not acknowledged the problem or offered a solution, and the official help on the forum runs in the usual “Re-install, start in safe mode, new user profile, go away” vein. The patch is still available for download, but there’s at least one report that it’s no longer being offered through Windows Update. Fortunately, uninstalling the patch clears up the problem — but that raises another concern, voiced by BenutzerserviceK: This time the patch introducing the issue can be uninstalled without security concerns. But I'm seriously concerned that the next patch containing also security updates for Word 2016 WILL reintroduce the issue if Microsoft does not investigate and fix it in time. Note that this problem is different from the bug in the Office 2016 patch KB 4011051, which broke hyperlinks in Excel 2016. That bug was fixed with another patch, KB 4011093, earlier this week. More joys of automatic updating. Discussion continues on the AskWoody Lounge. Source: Word, Outlook merged-cell problem arises after install of patch KB 3213656 (Computerworld - Woody Leonhard)
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    Corrupt Word File document.xml

    Hi Guys, I need some assistance whoever is good with XML will surely be able to help. i have a corrupt word document that i need to fix the error i get is: Premature end of data in tag document line 2 Word document.XML file I have reformatted the document witrh XML Tools in Notepad++ and i cannot see any issue with the line refereed to. The text is so bit it lags my computer for a few seconds so cant paste here but i have uploaded the whole xml here: http://www54.zippyshare.com/v/a0zZzBW7/file.html I have been trying for days with no luck! Can anybody assist me with this because im loosing my mind here lol. I am able to locate the line it tells me the error is on but i cant see where the issue is as it looks ok to me. XML marker shows this: I am no good white XML so how would i fix ? Please help
  5. Current Version: R21 =============================================================================== Hearthcrawler R21 29.06.2014 =============================================================================== - Relogger is stable enough now. - Implemented Settings for Custom Classes (detailed description in forum) - Implemented API for HRPlayer.GetRank and HRPlayer.GetPreviousRank - Implemented internal checks whether actions are running or not (instead of timers) - Bug fixes WEBSITE: http://www.hearthcrawler.com/ Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download/fudy8kua2vdb68v/HearthCrawler+V21.zip Thanks to Orcrion from CD. I've been using this bot since R18 and it's freakin awesome if you like the game. Go to the forums, get Ultimate AI, and play ranked up until ~13 with a 50% winrate!
  6. Targeted attacks have been spotted against a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word 2010, leading Microsoft to issue a special security advisory and produce a Fix-it solution for users until a patch is ready. Microsoft also said that its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is a temporary mitigation for the zero-day. Some versions of EMET would have to be configured to work with Microsoft Office in order to ward off exploits; EMET 4.1 is already configured for Office, for example. While attacks are currently targeting Microsoft Word 2010, Microsoft said the vulnerability affects Word 2003, 2007, 2013 and 2013RT, as well as Office for Mac, Office Web Apps 2010 and 2013, and Word Viewer. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability with a malicious Rich Text Format file or email in Outlook configured to use Microsoft Word as the email viewer, said Dustin Childs, a Trustworthy Computing group manager at Microsoft. The vulnerability can also be exploited over the Web where an attacker could host a website containing a malicious RTF exploit, or upload a malicious RTF exploit onto a site that accepts user-provided content. Victims would have to be enticed into opening the content; an exploit cannot be triggered without user interaction. The Fix it disables opening of RTF content in Word, Microsoft said. “The issue is caused when Microsoft Word parses specially crafted RTF-formatted data causing system memory to become corrupted in such a way that an attacker could execute arbitrary code,” Microsoft said in its advisory, adding that Word is by default the email reader in Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013. Microsoft said it could release an out-of-band patch, but more likely it will wait until its next Patch Tuesday security updates are released on April 8. That date also signals the end of support for Windows XP, Microsoft announced some time ago. Microsoft has made it a common practice to release Fix it mitigations or recommend the use of EMET as a temporary stopgap while zero-day vulnerabilities are being actively exploited in the wild. The last one issued was in February for a string of attacks against a zero day in Internet Explorer. The vulnerability in IE 10 was exploited by two different hacker groups against government and aerospace targets in the U.S. and France respectively. The same use-after-free vulnerability was present in IE 9 but was not being exploited. EMET has also been a popular mitigation recommendation from Microsoft against memory-based vulnerabilities. The toolkit contains a dozen mitigations that fend off buffer overflow attacks and others that allow attackers to execute code on vulnerable machines. Most recently, Microsoft released a technical preview of EMET 5.0 that included two new exploit mitigations. Researchers, however, have been finding moderate success in developing bypasses for some of the protections bundled in with EMET. Source
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