Microsoft word for mac free. Still facing problem on Microsoft Office quit unexpectedly on Mac Yosemite. Have you another way to fix out also comment in below box.
@Jade Margery: Haha you’re hilarious! You’re just playing dumb and angry, right?
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Or maybe you shouldn’t take on projects you are clearly unqualified for so you wouldn’t have to make an arbitrary and ill-informed rant here cos there’s really nothing as embarrassing as publicly wallowing in your own stupidity. You say you use and know Windows PCs but Mac is new to you? OK so why the big surprise that there is a learning curve? Maybe you only visit this page on a “bad day”, but having an amazingly intuitive UI does not make Macs Idiot Proof or in any way secure them against people as dumb as you seem to be trying very hard to present yourself. Sure, the first time I had to make a screen-shot in Windows XP I couldn’t figure out the key combination either so I asked somebody.
What was so weird was that it LOOKS easy – having a labelled button and all – but you have to know which modifier key to use and then *you have to know which PC programme to open*, just to view and save it. Utter madness! Maybe that makes sense you you but to me it is just another weird PC convention that has to be learned and lived with. In the end, it doesn’t matter how simple or complex the Mac Screen-shot key combo is – what screams out to me is that you would rather launch a foaming mouthed rant on here before you bother to launch the clearly labelled Help menu at the top of every Mac’s screen. See it there, labelled “Help”? Type in Screen Capture. You will learn something.
But probably not how to avoid making a complete ass of yourself online. In the English sense, obviously. Just found Techie Corner and this page, it has been very helpful and thanks to the poster. Creative Fireplaces said it doesn’t work with Lion, but I just did the screen print from an App using the 4 key and it worked fine for me after pressing the space bar and a mouse click. Just one more question, is there any way to do just one screen print but be able to collect all the data from an application (i.e.
Edit: Grumble. Nothing showing up on my outlook for mac claendar.
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