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Apparently my specific BIOS version simply did not allow OS installation through USB: Serial ATA AHCI BIOS, Version iSrc 1.20E Copyright (c) 2003-2008 Intel Corporation **This version supports only Hard Disk and CDROM disks.** Please wait. This will take few seconds. This would appear for about 0,5 sec during the boot sequence. I found an old Windows 7 ...


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(1) Copy the column you want to format to an empty worksheet (2) Select the column, and then choose "Remove Duplicates" from the Data ribbon (3) To the right of your unique list of values or strings, make a unique list of numbers. For instance, if you have 6 categories to color, the second column could just be 1-6. This is your lookup table. (4) In a new ...


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There is no eye dropper tool available. Ways to replicate a colour to another cell include. 1) Clicking the drop down box at the side of the paint pot icon. Click 'more colours'. Click the 'custom' tab. Note down the colour model reference numbers. Next select the cell that you want this colour to be applied to, follow the same process and then when in ...


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If using Excel 2010: highlight the cells in the table; go to Home / Editing / Clear / Clear Formatting. Then remove the Filter as well.


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it looks like you try to install Tails on the same device from which you run Tails...? according to the tutorial you can only install Tails onto another USB or SD card!


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You can just apply the required style set and then select Set as Default in the bottom of Change Styles menu. Or you can do something like this: Public WithEvents OutlookInspectors As Outlook.Inspectors Public WithEvents OutlookInspector As Outlook.Inspector Private Sub Application_Startup() Set OutlookInspectors = Application.Inspectors End Sub ...


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The above answer doesn't work for newer versions of LibreOffice. From the manual: To create your own AutoFormat, proceed as follows: Create a table and manually format it as you wish, including borders, spacing of text from the top and bottom borders, fonts to be used in the table heading and data cells, and background colors. Position the cursor ...


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I don't have enough reputation points to comment on other posts, so I'll add an "answer" with some observations. I had the same or similar need, and there are pros and cons to various approaches. Setting print area: This can work depending on the layout of the sheet, but it doesn't handle a non-contiguous print area selection too well. Or, perhaps it ...


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As long as your second partition was always there and not created overlapping your deleted first partition it should be recoverable. You can use a linux live CD and install testdisk to recover it. Here is a step by step guide: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/15761/recover-data-like-a-forensics-expert-using-an-ubuntu-live-cd/ Boot any linux live CD, e.g. ...


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I've done this before. I wish I could provide code for you but it was long ago and I don't have that code any longer. My data was set up with rows as records and columns as fields. I had specific rows to print at certain times, so I added a column to my sheet that I would put a letter into as a label for when to print. i.e. S for Sales dept, A for Accounting ...


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The automatic color choosing Conditional Formatting is not a feature of Microsoft Excel. However, you can color an entire row based on the value of a category column individually. Create a New Formatting Rule in Conditional Formatting. Use a formula to determine which cells to format. Formula: =$B1="bedroom" (Assuming the category column is B) Set ...



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