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Turn off overwrite in Office 2010 Mac

Posted on 2011-09-02
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I accidentally turned overwrite on in Word 2010 on my Mac. Can someone help me figure out how to turn it off? I can't find the answer anywhere, and everything I've read online has not worked.
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Just to clarify for other users; do you actually mean office 2011 on the macintosh?

Or are you running 2010 through virtual windows environment?

Many thanks.
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If the OVR button at the bottom of the page isn't there what should I do next to make it appear?

And yes, I mean 2011. My bad for the mixup. I'm a PC guy normally and this Mac I'm using for a bit is driving me nuts.
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