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I don't believe there is a way to change the default. However, what I've found very convenient is to add the "Paste Formulas" button (which will automatically keep the destination formatting) to the Quick Access Toolbar. To do this: right click on the Quick Access Toolbar (the area in the top left with the Save, Undo and Redo buttons) click "Customize ...
In my case (Emtec / Intuix) the issue appeared to some kind of corruption of the firmware. In the end I found: http://www.emtec-international.com/nl-eu/faq-usb-restore The tool that was provided here solved the write protect issue.
I had the same issue in editing rotas for work. The sheet I used to calculate the shifts required and cost was too complicated for my team to understand. I wanted to prevent some columns from printing. What I did was create a separate sheet and copy a link to the information in there. To do this, highlight the whole of the original sheet and copy it ...
For Windows users: Open Run and type Cmd to open Command Prompt or if you are familiar with Windows, then open the Command Prompt Run as Administrator. On Command Prompt type diskpart and press Enter. ( Grant the UAC permission if asked). Type list disk and press Enter. It will show you all available disks. Now select your disk with select disk N, here N ...
On a Western Digital controller you just got into debug and typed: G=C800:5 And that would low-level format the drive for most WD and Seagate drives of the time. Then you partition it with FDISK, and Format it: C:>format c: /s /v:CDRIVE
If you had previously signed in with an account and turned on the sync, then yes it is possible to recover the synced data like history, bookmarks etc. You need to install the browser(Chrome/Firefox) sign up with the account that you previously signed in with and it will start synchronizing the data which will include the one that you previously synced with ...
I went to the "customize tool bar" section (View --> toolbars--> Customize Toolbars and Menus), found an icon for "Accept All Changes in Document" and dragged it to my toolbar (this function eluded me everywhere else). Presto! It worked! You STILL have to uncheck "Markup" each time you enter the document, however. A royal pain.
You need to decide the trade-off between quality, ease of use and size. For ease of use for "the older generation", you may want to transcode the files so they will fit on DVD - 22 minutes should have no problem fitting on a DVD using MPEG2, even with pretty high resolution. For newer devices, transcode to H264 or MPEG4. Note that AVI is a "container" ...
Use MPEG. FYI. Any DVD authoring software worthy of using will automatically re-encode the video DVD style and shrink the files size down to a manageable amount.
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