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Nov
15
reviewed Approve How do I get an entire directory in sftp?
Nov
15
reviewed Approve Google Chrome app file in Mac is 22GB large
Nov
15
reviewed Reject Backing Up Kernel Modules from a GNU/Linux installation
Nov
15
reviewed Approve Sync Two MySQL Databases
Nov
15
reviewed Approve Running 64 bit programs on a 32 bit system
Nov
14
reviewed Reject Chrome: Selecting a link by doing search on its text
Nov
14
reviewed Approve Linux Mint won't load GUI after update: Cannot read V_BIOS (3) Input/output error
Nov
14
reviewed Approve How to view WIFI's password or forget this network in Windows 8.1
Nov
14
reviewed Approve Black screen in guest application when VMware is windowed
Nov
14
reviewed Approve Can I recreate a .torrent file from a torrent in uTorrent
Oct
29
reviewed Approve How to reinstall Cortana?
Oct
27
awarded  Custodian
Oct
27
reviewed Reject Win+Esc Hotkey Closes Application
Oct
27
reviewed Approve How to place a shape on top of another shape in Visio 2010?
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awarded  Yearling
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Jun
6
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!
Mar
7
answered Access 2007 wont open in 2013 just gives errors saying not compatible
Mar
6
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.
Mar
6
answered Slide show in dual monitor system?