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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    To change the background color and design of all your Office programs, go to File > Options > General > Office Theme.

    Hope You Find This Useful,
    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Right-click your application's virtual directory, and then click Properties. Click the Directory Security tab. Under Anonymous access and authentication control, click Edit. Make sure the Anonymous access check box is not selected and that Integrated Windows > authentication is the only selected check box.

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    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Step 1: Right-click on the desktop, and select Personalize option.

    Step 2: From the left side panel clicks on Lock Screen and select Screen saver settings.

    Step 3: From the drop-down bar under the screen saver select an option.

    Step 4: Check the box On the resume, display the logon screen, and change the number to 5 in the Wait box.

    Step 5: Click on Apply, and OK.

    This May Help,
    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Enable service log on through a local group policy
    Go to Administrative Tools, click Local Security Policy. Expand Local Policy, click User Rights Assignment. In the right pane, right-click Log on as a service and select Properties. Click Add User or Group option to add the new user.

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    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Outlook uses the Level1Add registry key to permit you to add additional attachment file name extension types that you want to block. To add other attachment file name extension types that you wish to block, you must add the Level1Add key to the registry.

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    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Once Outlook is loaded and you are in your Inbox, click the gear icon in the top-right corner, which is your settings. Click View All Outlook Settings → Attachments. Under Sharing Preferences, you can select from several different options.

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Click on the Home tab, and then click on Recover Deleted Items From Server. Now, select the deleted archive Outlook messages you want to recover. Click Restore Selected Items, and then click OK.

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    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Yes, we can catch an error. The Throwable class is the superclass of all errors and exceptions in the Java language. Only objects that are instances of this class (or one of its subclasses) are thrown by the Java Virtual Machine or can be thrown by the throw statement.

    This May Work,
    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Open Outlook and select File > Add Account. If you haven't launched Outlook before, you'll see a welcome screen.
    Enter your email address and select Connect. If your screen looks different, enter your name, email address, and password, and select Next.
    If prompted, enter your password and select OK.
    Select Finish.

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    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    To enable Web Print for a printer:
    Click the Printers tab. The Printer List page is displayed.
    Select a printer.
    In the Advanced Configuration area, select the Enable Web Print (users may upload documents to print) check box.
    Confirm that the printer is enabled for Web Print

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    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Print any Outlook item
    Choose a mail, calendar, contact, or task item to print.
    Choose File > Print, press Ctrl+P or choose Print. on the quick access toolbar.
    (Optional) In the Print dialog box, change options as needed. Printer section.
    Select Print.

    Greetings,
    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Open Configurations from the DocuWare main menu. From here, go to the Personal area, click on Document Trays, and then on New document tray. Setup is handled with a few clicks.

    Hope You Find This Useful,
    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Open the DocuWare Client and in it the main menu (click on the User name).
    Select "Desktop Apps"
    Select “Install Desktop Apps“

    Hope This Works,
    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Select Print on the left hand side.
    Uncheck the box at the bottom in the Comments section you will see a check box labeled Print Comments.
    Click on OK to close the preferences window.
    Now all of your documents going forward will print out without the annotations on the document.

    This May Work,
    Peter

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    Peter Groft commented  · 

    Direct Printing allows print jobs to be sent directly from a user's computer to a printer, without an intervening print server. This requires print queues (sometimes referred to as “printers” or “drivers”) to be set up on each computer for each printer.

    Regards,
    Peter

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