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Thanks Guinness. There is no message when opening Excel or Word, only when clicking on a link inside either. The weird point is that before re-installing Windows, it worked properly. So I am guessing that either he or I did something wrong somewhere and I am unable to figure out where. Cheers
Hi, A friend of mine with Windows XP Media Center has an unusual problem and if anyone here can help I would really be grateful. He reinstalled Windows and reinstalled all applications including Office XP. Now when he tries to hyperlink a local file within Excel or Word, he gets an error message saying that there are restrictions in effect on this computer and he cannot complete this operation and that he should contact the administrator. I am supposed to be his friendly...
TLA = Three Letter Acronyms Cheers
Someone more knowledgeable will correct me if I am wrong - but can't you click on Command-I and enter the project name as a Spotlight keyword for all your related files? Then you can create a smart folder using that keyword. Cheers
Isn't that the same as "Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely"? Cheers
Moot point, moot point, moot point, not mute point!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AAAARRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simple and minimalistic. I like it. A very welcome change from pages that are so noisy and cluttered and where the meat is so little and the fluff is so much! Good luck and cheers.
Definitive is not the same as definite. Learn the difference and use the correct word. And it is not preventative, it is just preventive. The verb form of "orientation" is not "orientate", it is "orient". It is not "Should of", it is "should have" or "should've" (with correct placement of the apostrophe) Cheers
Hmm... Motorcycle = Harley? Well, maybe only a Harley rider would have the bright idea of using a cell phone while riding! Cheers
What gets me is the chronic misuse of I and me. People say "Between you and I" and "It's me". Yeesh! Another couple (these are not errors in grammar but rather incorrect quoting of popular sayings): 1. What's good for the goose... The saying is "What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander"; not "What's good for the goose..." 2. The proof is in the pudding. The saying is "The proof of the pudding is in the eating". The proof is in the eating, not in the...
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