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May
9
comment Ping a PC connected through crossover cable to one connected to router
Sounds like you're looking for Internet Connection Sharing, or something similar. Search Super User for that term, and see if that helps.
May
9
revised Only show a formula result if it meets given criteria
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May
9
asked Only show a formula result if it meets given criteria
May
9
accepted Formula to return value from one column when condition is met for the first time in another
May
9
revised Formula to return value from one column when condition is met for the first time in another
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May
9
comment Formula to return value from one column when condition is met for the first time in another
Also, in the real spreadsheet, the data I want returned is non-numerical. Thank you for drawing my attention to essential details I should keep in mind, when asking future questions.
May
9
comment Formula to return value from one column when condition is met for the first time in another
That's what I thought, but was wondering if there was some other reason. This seems the most versatile of the options given, and works for me. Thanks!
May
9
comment Formula to return value from one column when condition is met for the first time in another
Way to work around the given problem. I could use this for some applications, but part of the problem with this lies outside the given example - in the real spreadsheet, the decrement changes after a certain point. So, I really need to get the "find first negative" effect.
May
9
comment Formula to return value from one column when condition is met for the first time in another
I'm not sure why volatile vs. non-volatile is relevant here. Could you explain a bit more?
May
8
asked Formula to return value from one column when condition is met for the first time in another
Apr
25
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Apr
24
revised Is there any way to elevate a command prompt in Windows 7?
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Apr
24
comment Is there any way to elevate a command prompt in Windows 7?
Looks like Oliver's link might be the killer for this question, but the link Horst gives has an answer (not the accepted one, but further down) that points to some "Power Toys" which may be of use. Unfortunately, the Power Toy seems to be more like sudo when I'm really looking for su.
Apr
24
comment Is there any way to elevate a command prompt in Windows 7?
I understand the new command prompt would run as a separate process. I just don't like the hassle of dealing with entirely separate windows. I was hoping there might be some way to make it behave more like the su command in Linux - sure, the actual session may be different, but there's no window-switching involved on the user end.
Apr
24
asked Is there any way to elevate a command prompt in Windows 7?
Apr
20
revised Connecting ADSL Modem cum Wi-Fi Router which is 802.11g to a Wi-Fi only Router 802.11n
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Apr
20
comment Connecting ADSL Modem cum Wi-Fi Router which is 802.11g to a Wi-Fi only Router 802.11n
For this question to be more useful and answerable, we should have more details of the modem/router hardware and your client devices. What's the make/model of your modem and WiFi router? How many Ethernet ports does each have? How many clients will be needing to make a wired connection? How many wireless? What are the capabilities of the wireless clients? 802.11a/b/g/n? 2.4 or 5 GHz, or both?
Apr
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Apr
12
comment Find a non-case-sensitive text string within a range of cells
Interesting idea. How do I "automate" this with Excel, though? I've got almost 900 rows to deal with.