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In Microsoft Word, does anyone know if there's a function that would allow me to remove the entire line (if my string is empty)? Thanks so much.
I have this massive document in Microsoft Word that I would like to split into several documents. How can I do that automatically / programmatically? Would an API work for this? Thanks!
For my company, I do a ton of copying data from Microsoft Excel to Notepad. But every single time, I have use the SendKeys Excel VBA command. Is there a better (or easier way to do this)?
Hello everyone, Most of the time, I've been using a SQL query in Microsoft Excel to display all of my data. But now, there's too much data (over 200 rows) and I need to split it up. So 100 side-by-side. How should I do this? I tried cut and paste but that didn't work. Thank you.
I've been trying to store my data into a MySQL database using Python but I keep getting this odd error message: mysql.connector.errors.ProgrammingError: Failed processing format-parameters; Python 'list' cannot be converted to a MySQL type What does this mean? And how can I fix it?
I have an IBM model 600 which has not been off for about 4 years. When I tried to bring it up, I had a fan assembly that was bad, replace the fan assemble. Then I had a bad disk drive, replaced disk drive. Now when I try to start the machine I get "disk drive missing from the configuration", I then...
Does the spider program run through all links on a Web page?
How can I recover the iOS of CE500 switch? It is console less.
Hi sir, I am a beginner for developing forms and reports, in my office they are using oracle forms 6i. Can you please tell me how to develop a basic form?
How do I get files from folder using command prompt?
What is the maximum size that a logical file may reach on an iSeries before is causes program access application to halt (...go boom!...bring a casino floor down...)?
How do I develop attendance system in Oracle Forms? Please guide me.
I have BAK files that I need to bring into access as an external source. What do I need to do to get access to pick up the file?
Using Windows 7 restore, what do I do with a .bak file?
Do you have a process/tool health organizations can use for assessing risk and readiness before deciding if e-signatures can be used under HIPAA rules in our particular environment?
In Windows 10 CMD, I have a program in the foreground. Can I change that to the background? How is that possible? Much appreciated.
Why is a database monitor and auditing critical to ensure database security?
I recently created this VBS script that refreshes data in my Excel file. But when I tried to execute it, it keeps giving me this error message: object doesn't support this property or method' 'DisplayAlerts'. Anyone seen this before? What's the solution?
Which one have the best performance? Is there any specific different encapsulation packet between those protocol?
Hello, I work in the oil & gas industry and currently we work in an Oracle based system. I am new to this company and they currently don't have any established way to import data into the system (I know it is at least 9 years old); it has to be done in a very methodical, slow paced manual way...