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comment Where is /sys/bus/usb/devices on Mac OS X?
I haven't used libusb, but I did try to download it from Macports. It appears to have downloaded and installed properly. Try getting it through Macports and see if that helps.
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comment Retina Macbook Pro Scaling
Related/Duplicate(?): superuser.com/questions/612492/…
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comment How can I quickly determine if an Excel spreadsheet contains any formulas or is just “static” text?
Actually, chuff's comment to David Yaw's post is what I am looking for. That will work too.
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comment How can I quickly determine if an Excel spreadsheet contains any formulas or is just “static” text?
I understand now. I see that you have a solution. Let me see if there is a way that I can craft a conditional format that can highlight cells that have formulas in them.
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comment How can I quickly determine if an Excel spreadsheet contains any formulas or is just “static” text?
Day: No, when you go to show the formulas, it should shows all of the formulas for the entire worksheet, not just one cell. Is this not sufficient?
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comment How can I quickly determine if an Excel spreadsheet contains any formulas or is just “static” text?
Oh, I just noticed chuff's original comment. Control + ` (Backtick) is executing the menu command I'm referencing in my answer.
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comment How can I quickly determine if an Excel spreadsheet contains any formulas or is just “static” text?
Please see my answer. This feature is integrated into Excel. All you have to do is either show or hide your formulas, rather than display their evaluated values.
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answered How can I quickly determine if an Excel spreadsheet contains any formulas or is just “static” text?
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answered Retina MacBook Pro 13 inch screenshot resolution is higher than built-in display
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revised User receiving an “Error Code: 403 Forbidden” but no one else is. What can I suggest that they do to fix it?
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comment How to change Explorer's default location via the registry?
qwilson, thank you for your help. I thought I did mention that I needed this to point to C:, buy I see that I made a mistake. Karan, is there a way that I can update my bounty description? I don't see a modify button.
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comment How to change Explorer's default location via the registry?
qwilson: That's exactly what I did. Thanks for the screen shot. I don't know why this won't work for me. I tried updating the target using both your examples and it still didn't work.
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comment How to change Explorer's default location via the registry?
When you say right-click on the explorer icon on your taskbar, what are you talking about? In my case, I have a pinned folder, but I have to click it, and then right-click on the option that is titled "unpin this option from the taskbar" to see the Properties option. Regardless, modifying the target of the Win Explorer shortcut didn't fix it. Could you add a screenshot?
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comment How to change Explorer's default location via the registry?
This doesn't solve the problem, if you open Windows Explorer by use of the Windows Hotkey.