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revised Combine unzipped xml files back into a working XLSX file
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comment How does MS Office know I had previous version installed?
Run the Microsoft Msicuu2 exe as an admin to install
Apr
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comment Watch folder with VLC
You should just code the feature yourself
Apr
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comment How to enable macros on an external hard-drive
Have you checked if you can trick/bypass it by adding the Trusted Location directly to the registry, eg HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Excel\Security\Trusted Locations?
Apr
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comment How does MS Office know I had previous version installed?
Yes, you can trace HDD, Registry, Processes in real-time using a tool called ProcessMonitor (its originally from SysInternals now owned by Microsoft). It will yield too much information for you to diagnose the root cause preventing the installation - you're better off checking the Applicability rules. The easiest is following the advice in my answer below.
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answered How does MS Office know I had previous version installed?
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comment Chrome don't start after build cordova in visual studio 2013
I think this is better suited to SuperUser.StackExchange.com
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comment Record directory structure change/migration
I have used this tool it has some pros (does binary analysis) and cons (cost). See here stackoverflow.com/questions/10924606/…
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accepted Combine unzipped xml files back into a working XLSX file
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answered Combine unzipped xml files back into a working XLSX file
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comment How to start process without UAC
You Sir are a legend!!!
Mar
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comment How to always launch vs.net as administrator
Hi John Doe, it's customary in Superuser (and StackOverflow) for answers to include a summary of the contents of a link or the highlights that specifically answer the question. The goal of SE sites is to become a resource of knowledge, of answers, for years to come. With a link-only answer, the op must dig through another resource to locate an answer he/she might not be sure about. Most importantly, if your link were to ever break, your answer is useless for anyone who visits this page in the future. Consider making an edit to your answer to add more details. Good luck!
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comment How to always launch vs.net as administrator
@Ramhound this is easily the best answer and it was Boris's first answer, looks like he has been turned off for good. The message we want to send to newbies goes along these lines:
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comment Unmerging vertically in excel using VBA
Welcome to Stack Overflow. Have you ever recorded a VBA Macro in Excel? You could record your actions and turn it into a repeatable function.