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Comment "dissocier" des cellules dans Visio?
Thread poster: Nina Khmielnitzky

Nina Khmielnitzky  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:52
Member (2004)
English to French
May 26, 2003

Je travaille sur un document Word qui contient un tableau en Visio. Je possède ce logiciel, mais je n'ai pas le mode d'emploi. Ça allait bien jusqu'à ce que je me trouve avec un groupe de cellules que je ne peut dissocier pour en traduire le texte. J'ai beau double-cliquer, il ne se passe rien.

Au secours!

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Vesna Zivcic  Identity Verified
Local time: 08:52
German to Croatian
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Your posting in English? May 26, 2003

Dear Nina,

why don't you post your query (in French) in the French Forum? Alternatively, you can make the same posting in English - for two reasons:

a. more people would be able to help you (those who do not speak French)

b. more people would be able to profit from the answers you get, if they ever come accross the same problem (again those who do not speak French)

Best regards,

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TTV  Identity Verified
German to French
Right click May 26, 2003

Did you try a right click on the border of one of those cells. You should then have a menu who allows you to dissociate.

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