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asked Blurry Chrome's window after waking up from hibernation
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revised Prevent Windows 7 from resuming from hibernation
formatting (list)
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revised Computer dies (power off) when waking from hibernate, otherwise works fine
Added key parts of mentioned solution. Without it, an answer that simply claims "It worked" (what worked?) seems pretty useless.
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comment Prevent Windows 7 from resuming from hibernation
@Synetech In this case, here is an example how to do this manually. Don't know, if anything for an automated discard exists.
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suggested approved edit on Prevent Windows 7 from resuming from hibernation
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suggested approved edit on Computer dies (power off) when waking from hibernate, otherwise works fine
May
26
accepted Removing all manual word / line breaks in Microsoft Word
May
26
asked Removing all manual word / line breaks in Microsoft Word
May
15
comment Any special treatment before running a really old disk?
@FrankThomas Looks like your comment would be a best answer here, as it brings the longest list of things one should take into consideration in situation like mine. Consider rewriting this as answer, if you care for rep.
May
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asked Any special treatment before running a really old disk?
May
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accepted Disable “Foxit Reader PDF” tab in Microsoft Office
Apr
18
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
29
revised Disable “Foxit Reader PDF” tab in Microsoft Office
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Mar
29
answered Disable “Foxit Reader PDF” tab in Microsoft Office
Mar
23
comment Disable “Foxit Reader PDF” tab in Microsoft Office
@mdpc That's quite possible. I have Foxit Reader installed on both my computers and one of them have that tab installed, while another one does not have it. Foxit Company provides no details, neither about when Foxit PDF tabs are added to Office, nor how to get rid of them.
Mar
21
asked Disable “Foxit Reader PDF” tab in Microsoft Office
Mar
21
accepted Where is PowerPoint's equivalent of Word's normal.dotm?
Mar
21
revised Insert total number of slides in PowerPoint 2007
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Mar
21
comment Insert total number of slides in PowerPoint 2007
@BBlake You're right. VBA is required to achieve this. See my answer for details on how to do this.
Mar
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revised Insert total number of slides in PowerPoint 2007
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