164 reputation
110
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years
seen Apr 12 at 23:09

Apr
6
asked Will the newly-free OneNote interfere with previous versions of Office?
Apr
2
asked Two (non-concurrent) connections on one modem?
Feb
17
comment Search in Word “headings” only
Thanks. Though this information might be helpful in certain cases - it doesn't allow me to search in all headings, only in a specific heading level. (Besides being lots of work to get to.)
Feb
17
asked Search in Word “headings” only
Feb
16
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
9
asked Have Navigation-Pane start out collapsed
Jan
30
comment “Add to Dictionary” to a specific custom dictionary
Thanks. Can't believe I missed it. I was looking at that dialog box (while the default was highlighted, of course) and didn't notice the disabled button right there saying "Change Default"! Thanks again.
Jan
30
accepted “Add to Dictionary” to a specific custom dictionary
Jan
30
asked “Add to Dictionary” to a specific custom dictionary
Jan
30
accepted Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
Jan
14
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
26
comment Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
Thanks. This is the type of answer I'm looking for.
Dec
26
revised Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
deleted 124 characters in body
Dec
26
comment Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
@techie007 C# was a minor side point. (Edited out now because I see it was interpreted to be a question of batch et al. vs C#.) My question is what automated actions are done in the real world in any language. (Excluding those that would warrant a dedicated application, of course.)
Dec
26
revised Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
deleted 89 characters in body
Dec
26
comment Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
Your answer to my question is: Looking up domain accounts info / network locations / clearing temp files of a running application. (The part about CMD vs C# is not my question. I just mentioned what I did to clarify myself.) Thanks.
Dec
26
comment Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
Couldn't that be achieved by mmc.exe?
Dec
26
revised Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
added 54 characters in body
Dec
26
asked Concrete cases for CMD/BATCH use
Sep
24
awarded  Notable Question