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Source A list of useful Google Chrome command line switches If you are starting Google Chrome from a shortcut, placed on the desktop, taskbar or start menu, then you can easily add command line switches to it. Just right-click the shortcut, locate Google Chrome there, right-click on it and select Properties. The Shortcut tab should open up ...


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You didn't state which operating system you are using, so I will assume Windows 7, as that is currently the most common operating system in use. Windows 7 has Libraries. Simply add all the applicable folders to a single Library. Then when you want to copy all the files, just copy the contents of that Library. You can create as many Libraries as you need. ...


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There IS a simple way of doing this. Say you have 50 in the cell in question, and want to add 30 to it. Type 30 in a random cell somewhere else. Copy (Ctrl-C) that cell Then the clever part: Right-click on the cell with 50 in it, and select Paste Special. In the box that comes up, select 'Add'. This will add the value directly, without you having to do ...


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Not enough information. But if I assume you are working with Windows, you can create a shortcut pointing to the Chrome EXE file and specify which sites you want to launch at startup inside of the shortcut. For example (if you installed Chrome into the default directory for Windows), create a shortcut that points to: "C:\Program Files ...


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The dialog you are refering to is a subdialog in the C:\Windows\System32\systempropertiesadvanced.exe program. Just call that.



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