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Sep
4
revised Is it possible to have “no active cell” in an Excel spreadsheet?
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Sep
4
comment Is it possible to have “no active cell” in an Excel spreadsheet?
@allquixotic Did you read the original question? The title may be a bit more separated from the text now, but the intent of the question remains the same. The original question was just poorly formed. (Title now fixed, too.)
Sep
4
comment Is it possible to have “no active cell” in an Excel spreadsheet?
There. Hopefully, that edit helps.
Sep
4
revised Is it possible to have “no active cell” in an Excel spreadsheet?
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comment Is it possible to have “no active cell” in an Excel spreadsheet?
Sorry, but this site is not meant for "useless ... trivia questions". That said, I do see some use for the latter part of your question. More particularly: Is there a way to set a "default view" for a workbook, that is independent of the last "active cell" at the time it was saved? I do find it annoying to open a workbook and find it already pointing to some odd location or sheet, or having some weird filter, that the person working on it previously had just used.
Aug
22
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Aug
20
revised Replacements for ampersand and double-ampersand in PowerShell
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Aug
20
asked Replacements for ampersand and double-ampersand in PowerShell
Aug
20
comment What is the modern day equivalent of Firesheep?
@Sirex is correct. And StackExchange, sadly, is not yet one of those sites that have switched to full SSL.
Aug
20
comment Cannot install Guest Additions on Windows 7 host, Windows 8 guest
After you hit "Install Guest Additions", and before you unmounted the drive, did you check the Guest system to see if it was reading the ISO? Windows 8 may be set by default to not perform AutoPlay/Autorun, so you might have to manually run the setup after the ISO is mounted.
Aug
11
comment How to find which channels are supported by my wifi card?
Short, non-technical answer: If it's bought in the U.S., it probably only supports 1-11. Elsewhere, it may support other channels. Check Wikipedia's list of WLAN channels to get a general idea of what is legal to use where. If you use a channel in an area where it is not legal, and your device causes harmful interference to licensed users of that spectrum, you may end up being tracked down by the local authorities (i.e.: FCC in the U.S.).
Aug
8
comment I need excel to help group events within hours during a single day
Glad it helped. I posted an answer summing up the comments, so you can up-vote and/or accept. Let me know if there's any part of your question that is not addressed.
Aug
8
answered I need excel to help group events within hours during a single day
Aug
8
comment I need excel to help group events within hours during a single day
Check out COUNTIF.
Aug
8
comment Importing specific date format to Excel from Microsoft SQL Server
For future reference, please don't cross-post. You should instead flag your question for migration.
Aug
8
comment I need excel to help group events within hours during a single day
If you can make sure that Excel recognizes the data as a date & time, the HOUR function will give you the hour from the time. Go from there.
Aug
4
comment Is there any software/tool/methods using in a real operating system may be like the snapshot in virtual machine?
This thread is not an exact duplicate. The OP isn't looking to hibernate one process. They want to hibernate several processes at once, which are all related to one real-world task.
Aug
4
comment Is there any software/tool/methods using in a real operating system may be like the snapshot in virtual machine?
@GuyQian I think this could theoretically be done if you have multiple OS's installed, each dedicated to a specific job. You would then Hibernate one OS, and just select another OS at the startup screen. Again, this is theoretical only and I haven't tried (or heard of) multi-booting similar OS's (i.e.: multiple copies of Windows 7, as opposed to one Windows 7 and one Windows XP). I've also never tested or heard much about performing Hibernation on a multi-boot system. However, it is something I think should work in principle. Perhaps not an ideal solution, but at least theoretically doable.