Replacing it with a backup or letting Word recreate it from scratch will probably get things working again. We have an application that creates letters as protected. The template is re-created the next time you open Word. The solution: Don't use columns or tabs. I then couldn't deselect the selected text. Ever try to lay out a page where the text on the left has to line up vertically with the text on the right? That works for my program.
Select My templates, then Abnormal or whatever you named the file. I couldn't find an answer online. You can't do anything with it. A window will pop up that has two options on it. I turned on the paragraph marker and notice I had a hard return at the top of the page with the problem column, so I deleted it and at the bottom of that page I place a page break to move the border row back to the top of the next page.
One thing that does stand out however is that the workbooks has acquired a custom style probably due to copying and pasting cells from a different workbook and that the cell in question is formatted using that style. It doesn't matter what you name it. I also have 2007 Word, and it does the same thing. In my case, the font colour didn't change on the screen or in Print Preview but did print correctly. Bye Matti I believe one of our clients are running into this issue quite a bit - I've attached a sample file that has a single cell, that when you bold a word then save, when re-opened the formatting will be messed up. You can spend an hour getting everything laid out perfect, then realize that you need to add one sentence, throwing everything off. That way, you'll see the table, but it won't print.
The change in graphics engine wasn't the Word group's choice. Issues with the profile and per-user settings can be pretty difficult to trouble-shoot. I could just recreate all the text boxes, but not only would that be time consuming and annoying, I really want the answer to this. The only thing to do is to delete the box. The letter heading is protected and the letter body is unprotected. When you relaunch Word, it will recreate a new Normal. Note that if you apply a heading style to a header or footer paragraph, it won't show up in the Navigation pane.
You can use most of those commands on the contents of your text boxes. To edit this object, install Forms or ensure that any dialog boxes in Forms are closed. Try uninstalling Microsoft Office then reboot. If the new document you just created doesn't crash Word, you can continue to use Abnormal. In Word, click the Office orb Word 2007 or the File ribbon tab Word 2010 , and click New.
Work arounds I've found - 1. It's probably already turned on, but let's make sure. PowerPoint for Office 365 PowerPoint 2019 PowerPoint 2016 Problem: You're unable to select and change the text in the footer at the bottom of your slides. And tah dah, case is solved. I could not select text with my cursor. What may be causing this inability to view text colors and how might I fix it? So does Windows, which takes Word down with it.
If that doesn't work, restarting your computer will. My Columns Don't Line Up It's ridiculously difficult to keep columns of text lined up in Word. Well, I needed it for a research project and my professor took off 10 points because of the bottom margin. I had to select the text with control a and then apply the color change. This is due to how Microsoft Office reads the display settings within windows, and gleans what color to use for 'Automatic' text, highlight text, and 'normal' text; on High Contract Themes, this functionality is fixed, not dynamic. Other answers seem to be a little more obscure. That's important to remember--these files are temporary and are no substitute for the real.
Both approaches guarantee needless busywork and headaches. A lock icon appears next to any styles that are restricted. After this my font colors were back again. I had to go to MacAfee anti-virus. What you describe sounds perfectly normal - you can't just type wherever you wish.