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I am a software architect, living in Charlotte, NC.


Sep
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revised Is there a way to move multiple tabs to a new browser window, in Chrome?
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Sep
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comment Is there a way to move multiple tabs to a new browser window, in Chrome?
I see. Yes, I've been using a darker-blue theme for years. I guess that's the problem.
Sep
5
accepted Is there a way to move multiple tabs to a new browser window, in Chrome?
Sep
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comment Is there a way to move multiple tabs to a new browser window, in Chrome?
Well, I feel like an idiot. I actually tried this, but since my tabs didn't appear to be highlighted, I assumed it wasn't working. Oh well. You already have 4 up-votes, I have 2 and someone commented that this "isn't possible". I guess this is a more common (failure of) observation than I would have initially thought.
Sep
5
asked Is there a way to move multiple tabs to a new browser window, in Chrome?
Sep
4
revised Is there a way to print multiple worksheets into one document, with correct page numbers?
Mentioned printing multiple "workbooks". I meant "worksheets".
Sep
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awarded  Quorum
Sep
3
answered Is there a tool that lets me query a websites content?
Aug
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comment Is there a way to print multiple worksheets into one document, with correct page numbers?
I know this is SuperUser (and code questions tend to belong on StackOverflow) but do you know how to do this in VBA? My users want a list box that they can use multi-select from the sections of the Excel document. This is actually a good requirement because there are a LOT of worksheets and mis-clicking, when selecting worksheets, is a very easy thing to do.
Aug
29
asked Is there a way to print multiple worksheets into one document, with correct page numbers?
Aug
28
comment How can I view the properties of a button on an Excel Worksheet?
That did it. Thank you!
Aug
28
accepted How can I view the properties of a button on an Excel Worksheet?
Aug
28
comment How can I view the properties of a button on an Excel Worksheet?
Aha! I see now. Thank you. Feel free to post an answer. After cutting on the Developer tab, I see that all I have to do is put the Worksheet in "Design Mode", much like Access and queries.
Aug
28
comment How can I view the properties of a button on an Excel Worksheet?
Unfortunately, no. This spreadsheet is worth a lot of money as a function, not just because of the data it is used to collect. I am positive there is nothing fancy going on (i.e. no special ActiveX controls.) Whatever was done to this spreadsheet was done using standard Excel 2010 tools and objects.
Aug
28
comment How can I view the properties of a button on an Excel Worksheet?
Apologies for my ignorance, the background for this spreadsheet was that it was created by a non-developer person, for a job that needed a MUCH more robust application. I'm writing the needed application but in the interim my users absolutely need some minor changes to the original spreadsheet. I've never used excel at this level and I'm a bit clueless as to how to do whatever needs to be done to make changes on my "switchboard" worksheet. I can change VBA code and forms, but this one form has me baffled.
Aug
28
comment How can I view the properties of a button on an Excel Worksheet?
@mehow: I'm not sure and no, I don't have a developer tab open. All I can say is that these buttons are on my first worksheet, they are not on a VBA form, and they located within cells but appear to "float" over worksheet. How do I open a developer tab/toolbar?
Aug
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asked How can I view the properties of a button on an Excel Worksheet?
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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revised Retina MacBook Pro 13 inch screenshot resolution is higher than built-in display
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