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Sep
18
asked How to select a text box in Adobe Acrobat XI professional in order to copy it?
Sep
18
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
17
revised How to hide headers and footers in Micrsoft Word 2011?
edited tags; edited title
Sep
17
asked How to hide headers and footers in Micrsoft Word 2011?
Sep
14
asked How to force reload of all tabs in Chrome on Mac OSX Mountain Lion?
Sep
13
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
13
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
11
accepted How to easily break up a text file into pieces smaller than a threshold?
Sep
11
comment How to easily break up a text file into pieces smaller than a threshold?
@Hennes split (coreutils) 5.2.1 February 2011 on my Linux centos4 32 bit 2.6.9-103.ELsmp #1 SMP Fri Dec 9 04:31:51 EST 2011 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
Sep
11
comment How to easily break up a text file into pieces smaller than a threshold?
On at least my Linux, a lowercase 'm' is required for Megabytes.
Sep
11
asked How to easily break up a text file into pieces smaller than a threshold?
Sep
9
revised How to un-traverse a cross-reference in Microsoft Word on a Macintosh?
added 93 characters in body; edited title
Sep
9
comment How to un-traverse a cross-reference in Microsoft Word on a Macintosh?
What is the command's name? Closest I've found is 'previous edit'.
Sep
9
comment How to un-traverse a cross-reference in Microsoft Word on a Macintosh?
Maybe there is a way to add the green arrow in the configuration?
Sep
9
revised How to un-traverse a cross-reference in Microsoft Word on a Macintosh?
This is for a Mac.
Sep
9
comment How to un-traverse a cross-reference in Microsoft Word on a Macintosh?
Hmm, I'm on Macintosh and not seeing green back arrow, I also tried Option-Left on keyboard which moves backwards by one word.
Sep
9
revised How to un-traverse a cross-reference in Microsoft Word on a Macintosh?
added 115 characters in body; edited title
Sep
9
asked How to un-traverse a cross-reference in Microsoft Word on a Macintosh?
Sep
6
revised How can I have two files with the same name in a directory when mounted with NFS?
Update to agree with correction in question
Sep
6
suggested suggested edit on How can I have two files with the same name in a directory when mounted with NFS?