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There are several possibilities: .slk, like .rtf, was created by Microsoft for exchanging data. However unlike .rtf, there is no published specification and it cannot handle Unicode. .dif does have a published specification. Like .slk, it cannot handle Unicode. .csv files are compatible with basically everything. However unlike .rtf, they only store ...


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It depends on your requirements. Comma separated values (.CSV) are just text files. Every spreadsheet program is able to open and import them. Microsoft's .XLS format is rather universal. Most major spreadsheet programs can open .XLS as well. .ODS is the open format spreadsheet. Most modern spreadsheet programs can open it, however most people wouldnt ...


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It should work - and if it doesn't, the screen just won't turn on. Computers query the resolutions of monitors to negotiate the best possible resolution supported by the monitor (even for VGA connections - using EDID). EDID predates your laptop. Unless you specifically override the negotiation, the screen can't be damaged, and even then, its most likely ...


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In Windows, just add ".zip" as a filename extension and you'll be able to open in in Microsoft Office. See here for more details: http://osxdaily.com/2014/07/16/open-pages-format-file-in-windows/


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I was looking into this same thing and found this (emphasis mine): If the value contains the sequence tilde [~], then the value is interpreted as a Null-delimited list of strings (REG_MULTI_SZ). For example, to specify a list containing the three strings a, b and c, use "a[~]b[~]c". The sequence [~] within the value separates the individual strings ...


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From my own experience, it seems that the Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser scheduled task does nothing if it has already been run in the last 24 hours. To force the task to actually perform the check again, you have to convince it that more than 24 hours have passed by changing the windows date & time settings to a future date (e.g. tomorrow). If you ...



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