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comment What's this floating number that keeps appearing if I'm running Visual Studio 2013?
Looks similar to the Tab Order numbers shown via the View menu. Not that this helps in any way!
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answered Access 2007 wont open in 2013 just gives errors saying not compatible
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comment Slide show in dual monitor system?
Yes, that's correct. The Powerpoint "slideshow" will by default appear in the display the Powerpoint program is running on. You can also choose which display the slides will show on from within Powerpoint, but since you said you want to use the laptop display for other programs, just moving Powerpoint to the projector display and then running the slide show is simpler.
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answered Slide show in dual monitor system?
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awarded  Necromancer
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comment Rotating a Text Box in Word 2007
Please read the previous answers before posting. There are much better answers posted (and accepted) long ago, so your answer doesn't really contribute anything.
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answered Where can I get a replacement screen for a Dell M1530?
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comment How to search for files by file type on Windows 8?
A very useful tip - but note that "OR" must be upper case.
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comment Can a Military-Grade wipe harm an SSD?
Where in his question does it say he only did a "quick format"? Whether he wrote to the entire drive or just tried to write over the specific files is unclear. What is clear is that some of the sectors containing his data were not overwritten. A single overwrite to the entire drive would have more than likely eliminated all the data. In any case, the question was whether he would damage the drive and the answer is no.
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answered Can a Military-Grade wipe harm an SSD?
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revised Teamviewer password has expired?
added 6 characters in body
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comment Teamviewer password has expired?
@Margie - Your question is perfectly appropriate for this site! The comments above are confusing the TeamViewer password with the unrelated Windows user password. See my answer below.
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answered Teamviewer password has expired?
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comment Word 2010: Create a Style without a font color
"You should be able to get what you want by choosing Linked for "Style Type" and Normal for "Style Based On" in the style definition." That's how you set a style without a color. I did go into a lot of detail on how this works but that's the specific answer.
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