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comment Word 97 Printer Properties crashes
It looks like your question is missing some details, just before the event log information. Could you fill in the missing bits?
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revised Word 97 Printer Properties crashes
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Oct
24
comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
See this question for my real issue.
Oct
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accepted Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
Oct
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asked Freeze top row, plus a range, in Excel
Oct
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comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
Ok. I think I found the answer to the question I asked, but then realized the question I asked is the wrong question. Select I2, then use Freeze Panes. This will freeze what I've described, but not quite in the way I really want it.
Oct
24
comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
No tables, no filters. There's some named ranges, but none for which this makes sense.
Oct
24
comment Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
That froze A:I and rows 1:12.
Oct
24
asked Freeze top row and multiple columns in Excel
Oct
22
comment Comparing two columns in Microsoft Excel
I've recently also discovered ISERROR, which can shorten this up a bit. Will edit later.
Oct
22
answered Comparing two columns in Microsoft Excel
Oct
22
comment Comparing 2 columns in Excel
Combine IF, IFERROR, and VLOOKUP. That's all I'm going to say, as I'm sure someone is about to link a duplicate somewhere here.
Oct
22
comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
Done. I'm glad to hear it's working for you. I'm in the same boat as you. I much prefer to hack things natively, but if the best option really is add-on software then so be it.
Oct
22
answered How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
Oct
22
comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
Thanks for the clarification. Is this something you must solve natively, or would you consider add-on software? I use DisplayFusion myself.
Oct
22
comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
Wait, I'm confused. I was thinking it was tied to Monitor 1, not necessarily your primary display. Have you determined which it is?
Oct
22
comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
It seems the orientation of your wallpaper is (strangely) fixated to the upper-left of Monitor 1, regardless of whether it's primary or secondary or where it is located in relation to the others. The re-arrangement I've proposed should resolve that.
Oct
22
comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
I'm not proposing you swap the physical position of your primary monitor. I'm suggesting you swap the physical position of the two monitors, and re-assign them in Windows so that your primary monitor is still where it's supposed to be. i.e.: Physically move Monitor 1 so that it is where Monitor 2 is now, and vice-versa, then rearrange them in the Windows display configuration accordingly and set Monitor 2 as your primary.