How do i print on one side only from word for mac 365 free. The default printing options are set in Windows, not in Word. In Windows 8.1, press the Windows key and the X key together to open a menu, and press P to open the Control Panel. Click or tap the Devices and Printers item. In that screen, right-click or tap/hold the icon of your printer and choose Printing Preferences. Change the Duplex Printing Options on a Mac. On the Print dialog window, select the third pull down menu and change Copies & Pages to Layout.
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Now that OS X 10.10 Yosemite is available as a free upgrade from the Mac App Store, you’re probably wondering how well your Adobe software and other Mac apps will run on it. Below is a summary of various reports I’ve read on Adobe.com and around the web. I’ll continue to update this article as I find out more. The good news is that upgrading to Yosemite seems to cause fewer compatibility challenges than some earlier OS X upgrades did. Yosemite and current versions of Adobe software Adobe FAQs: Adobe has published a tech note,. It contains links to additional information, so be sure to expand each of the FAQ questions there. On that page Adobe says “The latest versions of all Adobe CC products are compatible” and that no updates are required to run Adobe CC products on OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
The Adobe FAQ says “In our testing we have found no other significant issues with running Creative Cloud products with OS X Yosemite,” but with every OS X release things have turned up. I add them to this article as I come across them. Lightroom 5: The Maps module may load slowly, or fail to load completely. According to an Adobe statement at Photoshop.com (), the problem is apparently related to an Apple change in Yosemite that interferes with retrieving map data from Google Maps. [ Update: Apple fixed their bug in OS X 10.10.2 which is now available. After you install OS X 10.10.2, the Lightroom Maps module should work properly.] InDesign: InDesign generally seems to run fine on Yosemite, but some users have seen. While speculation in that linked forum discussion suspects a Finder plug-in installed by Dropbox, it could be related to the Default Folder utility (see below).
[ Update: Dropbox has notified customers that with Open/Save dialog boxes. They say Apple fixed this bug in the OS X 10.10.1 update.] After Effects: The After Effects team has also published a blog post about Yosemite compatibility,. In it they say that they tested After Effects CS6 through After Effects CC, and while those versions mostly run fine, a few minor issues are listed at the end of the article including a long first-time startup for Adobe Media Encoder. Plug-ins: If you rely on any non-Adobe plug-ins, make sure those plug-ins are compatible with Yosemite. A plug-in that is not compatible with Yosemite may prevent its host Adobe app from starting up. Default Folder: While this very useful utility is not by Adobe it modifies the Open/Save dialog boxes, and the release notes for version 4.6.11 say “Fixed a problem that could cause Carbon applications to crash on some machines running Yosemite. This included Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office applications, among others.” If you use Default Folder, run the updater from Default Folder preferences.