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This is part two of a new series I’m writing, teaching you how to get more functionality out of your Excel. If you are not familiar with Macros I suggest you read the first part, before beginning on this one.
In Part Two…
In this part we are starting off using some of the commands you should know, and then create a Macro that decide filename, which folder to use, before exporting the document to PDF-format. I am also going to show you how to create a button to trigger the macro.
As in the first part, I am using Office 2010. Even though the code and programming are the same in older versions of Excel, the images and buttons may differ from what you see on your screen.
Enough Chit Chat, let’s get this party started…
The information displayed when a Windows system starts or shuts down is too simple. This makes very complicated to find the sources of a problem. For example, on a normal shut down you will see just two messages, Logging off:
When I had Windows 7 installed, I noticed that the standard network icon in the task bar area doesn’t “light-up” when there is data throughput as I have been used to ever-since Windows 98. I suppose some people might argue that we have been spoiled a bit, but actually it gives you a sense of security when you’re busy working and you can see there is activity on the network when you expect it to be. Also, that is the quickest way you can see when something isn’t working correctly.
Every now and then I get questions from people about unknown file types. And even more rarely I find file types, which I don’t recognise. Usually a quick answer is found by googling the file type. But if you get this a lot – then this freeware solution, might just be what you need.
You might remember our review of WinXDvd Ripper back in May this year. The developers of WinXDvd Ripper kindly gave away some 30 licenses for our readers. This time I want to tell you about WinXdvd Rippers bigger brother the WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe. If you have invested big money in the latest HD ready equipment, it would be a shame to miss out on the great quality when you convert your backup your Blu-Rays or DVDs. That’s where WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe comes in handy.