Given a file containing an `org-mode` table. e.g: `politicians.org`:
We can import it using:
Here is the definition:
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I am using MS Office 2010 and OpenOffice 4.1.1.
Let's say you are storing all your files in a folder named `dissertation`. This folder has the following structure:
Within `tools_diagram.odg`, set all the margins to zero.
The first step is to export `tools_diagram.odg` to an `.emf` file:
Next, within your Word document, you use `Ctrl+F9` to insert a field code bracket, and within it type:
Thereafter, press `F9`. Use `Alt+F9` to toggle the field codes so you can see your diagram. You may have to resize the diagram.
To insert an image with a relative path, we first use `Ctrl+F9` to insert field code brackets. Within the brackets, we want the following code:
Note that if you are using a back-slash in the path, you will need to double them up, to escape them.
Alternatively, you can use forward slashes instead, which do not need escaping:
In MS Word, fields don't automatically update, therefore you will need to press `F9` while caret is inside it.
`Alt+F9` toggles field codes in the document.
To work on a separate branch, we use `TortoiseSVN` → `Branch/tag...` on the trunk directory.
At this point, our trunk is a working copy of `branches/my_branch`. We make all the changes we need to `my_branch` and check them in. Once we are satisfied, we have to merge the changes back into the trunk.
To merge the changes:
Below is a wrapper module for the `subst` command found on the normal cmd shell. We define three functions following the Verb-SingularNoun pattern where the noun is `Subst`. A `subst` is a drive mapping (a "substitution").
To the following Registry key:
add a new DWORD entry with the name `EnableLinkedConnections` and value `1`.