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


Oct
4
accepted How can I turn on what looks like a Lotus Notes Replication Status screen?
Oct
4
asked How can I turn on what looks like a Lotus Notes Replication Status screen?
Oct
2
comment Free Tool to search IN files (even over a network)
+1 for the obvious that I missed...
Sep
7
accepted How can I set the orientation of a single page in a multi-page document in Word 2007-2010?
Sep
6
comment How can I set the orientation of a single page in a multi-page document in Word 2007-2010?
pnuts: sorry, I forgot that I originally had to type a bit of jibberish text and select it. I figured this out and then made the write-up. Since I didn't have any text selected, I didn't see the option when I stepped through it a second time for this tutorial.
Sep
6
revised How can I set the orientation of a single page in a multi-page document in Word 2007-2010?
Fixed a mistake.
Sep
5
awarded  Self-Learner
Sep
5
asked How can I set the orientation of a single page in a multi-page document in Word 2007-2010?
Sep
5
answered How can I set the orientation of a single page in a multi-page document in Word 2007-2010?
Aug
20
accepted How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
Aug
15
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
15
comment How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
allquixotic: Sorry for no response. I haven't abandoned this question but to be able to test out a few things, I need to be home when the problems occur. I work away from the home during the day, so I probably won't be able to update this post/mark an answer until this weekend.
Aug
13
comment How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
Doubtful, but worth checking. The device is WPA2 secure with a long, cryptic passcode.
Aug
13
comment How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
That would be odd, seeing that his happens every day, even on the weekends. Still, I get your point but, if this was EM interference wouldn't the quality of our connection degrade? i.e., wouldn't our signal strength drop from, say 4-5 bars to 1-2? This doesn't seem to happen.
Aug
13
comment How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
I'll take a look at the one PC that stays connected at our home during the day. I doubt that's the problem, though, but you never know for sure.
Aug
13
comment How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
Also, thanks for the ICSI Netalyer link. I'll be sure to give that a run this evening, and tomorrow.
Aug
13
comment How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
RE: WiFi comments. Yes, we use WiFi but I don't understand what would cause this problem to occur for only 1 hour of the day, always at the specified time, every single day. I will try to directly plug into the router, though and see if that helps. I should have tried that first but I didn't think about it since our WiFi has worked great, otherwise. Of course, the ideal (for me) would be to give up WiFi, but that would involve getting our house wired, plus, some of these devices don't have a way to directly wire into them. (iPhone, iPads, Apple TV... yes, we are an Apple house.)
Aug
13
revised How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
edited title
Aug
13
asked How to affectively diagnose ISP throttling (or other ISP related issues) and what to do about it?
Aug
7
comment How to migrate Notepad++ settings?
kalengi: Yes, unfortunately I was one, too, until a month ago. Corporate policies are some times very... slow... to... change.