gregnier wrote:a Real answer for Kea instead of forbidden pc/linux/mac debates...
Close the file.
Open Word 2007
file > Open
Select the file. DO NOT DOUBLE CLICK TO OPEN YET.
next to the Open button down below there is a down arrow.
Click on the arrow next to Open.
Select "Open and Repair"
Search and Replace should work fine from there on.
Personally Using Office 2007 isn't much different than 2003. For the most part the commands are all the same, and they're laid out much more ergonomically in the ribbons instead of hidden 3 layers deep into menus and popup windows. Once you get used to 2007 it's a LOT easier.
weatherwax wrote:Okay, so my husband and I are considering starting a podcast. Now, I've looked up various casting services, and how-tos, but I'm still in a muddle as to which editing service would be best for our needs. There are SO MANY. I know we need something free, something that allows us to publish on Wordpress easily. Anyone have any familiarity with the mechanics of podcasting?
Inland flooding also occurs as a result of heavy rain. More than 1,700mm of rainfall on average (80% of annual rainfall) is recorded from May to September during the typhoon season. The Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) noted that the return period of intense rainstorms of over 100mm/hour has shortened from 37 years to 19 years over the last century (See Table 1). In the last decade, the HKO also recorded that the intensity of short-term (hourly) heavy rainfall has increased from 110mm to above 140mm. However, as the period of record (from 2000 – 2010) increases, the probability encountering a higher value from an unchanged distribution (from 1970 – 2000) also increases. Therefore, both the peak intensity and frequency of intense rainstorms has increased.
Kea wrote:However, as the period of record (from 2000 – 2010) increases, the probability encountering a higher value from an unchanged distribution (from 1970 – 2000) also increases.
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