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As Ramhound mentioned, you will need to diconnect your local account from your Windows Live account. That will in turn change the login to a local username and password. See this.


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There is an app working as OneDrive extension that can show shared folders, files, pictures and videos from your shared users in OneDrive. You can also get direct links: http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/cloud-media-player/88384988-e91e-4e25-97e4-b224d6117cbc


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Open the hamburger menu and open the "Shared" tab. Everything that was shared with your account should be there.


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I followed the advice given by Bryan Davis and searched my font folder. Sure enough, I did not have Cambria/Cambria math installed (bizarre). I did a quick google search and found the cambria.ttc file I was missing, installed it, and restarted OneNote. Equations work now.


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I just discovered the solution to this filesize problem, at least for my case. I use WinWord 2010 on Windows 7 Enterprise SP1, and had a 80+MB .docx file which contained many many images. I did the usual COMPRESS IMAGES in Word but it reduced the filesize by less than 1%. Upon further investigation by unzipping the .docx file, I discovered that the images ...


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I have a similar problem. I have been working for 15 years under an assumption that the Journal function in Outlook would be around as long as Outlook would be, and that would be for my entire tenure at this job or even my whole career. Ooops. After installing Outlook 2013, I learned that the Journal was deprecated three years ago (or thereabouts). 2013 ...


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Actually I have a problem with krb5.conf in order to use a smart card! Seems that the Samba AD does not recognize the rootca certificate and the domain certificate (private and public key) according to the following link: https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Samba_AD_Smart_Card_Login This article explains how to build the ca over samba but I have already one ...


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Most likely there a problem in the mouse itself. Scroll wheel contacts need to be clean to work properly. I have successfully fixed these annoying jumps by cleaning scroll wheel contacts with isopropyl alcohol. Here some instructions if you decide to do that. You'll need: Phillips screwdriver Isopropyl or ethanol concentrated alcohol Cotton swab Small ...


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What fixed it for me was signing out and back in. (I also reinstalled it, but I think that wasn't necessary.)


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If it’s missing MSVCR*D.dll, it’s a debug build. The debug runtime is not part of the redistributable package. Just build a release version. Oh and by the way: The number 120 indicates Visual C++ 2013, not 2012.


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You can build your application with the static runtime using the /MT compile flag. This will eliminate the requirement of having the runtime installed when running the compiled binary. More information about compiler flags: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/2kzt1wy3.aspx


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The ctrl key was added to early computer keyboards so that users could generate control codes. One way of generating control codes, which became popular, was to have a ctrl key, and use it like a shift key, to generate control codes from the standard alphabet keys. Since the control codes are the low 32 values of the ASCII map, they map exactly to the 32 ...



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