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I have some pictures that were scanned and sent to me. When I open them, they come up on a Word document. I need to upload these pictures to Shutterfly to be included in a book but have no idea how to do this. Can you help me?
A few weeks ago, I updated from Windows 7 to Windows 8. It's been working great but I noticed that my Netgear ReadNAS Duo doesn't show up at all (besides the router control panel). Has anyone seen this before? If so, how can I fix it?
How do I get access to my RFA file?
What is the impact that a new MIS might have on the organization's quality?
I tried to do flames program in RPGLE. I counted and removed the common words. For example: STRING1 - RAJESH STRING2 - KUMAR - I GET 7 AS OUTPUT Flames count is 6 but I have 7. How do I count the word F as 7 and set the next pointer L as starting pointer.
Hi, I have a question as we have developed some plsql procedures on Db2 10.5 on windows & Linux. This is purely plsql code. as we need to run these procedures on all the databases under a particular instance. My requirement is can I use the same plsql code on Db2/400. I mean on iSeries. On...
I am knew to this tech. I understand NoSQL is not relational. Could old COBOL file structures or such systems be considered as NoSQL type since we could put different record structures with variable lengths (dependent on array values) and we could design a UI as a record (incorporating arrays as...
My organization asked my team to backup all of our data on Google App Engine but we're not sure what's the best way to do this. We looked into running a separate command for each kind of data that we need to backup. Is that the best way to go about this? We would appreciate all the help you can...
I have a fiscal calendar that runs from March to February. I need to be able to calculate the quarter number and determine the months that compose that quarter. Doing all of this with out prompting the user.
How can I modify the service tax amount in FoxPro 2.6?
In Crystal Reports 9 is SQL 2000 STD installed with an ISV?
The error message is, "* There was an error processing your information. Please try again later."
Is there a modern alternative to the old Cobalt Qube - email/printer server/dhcp - that small business can use with the buying servers etc? Thank you (in advance)! Mark
Will a man of 65 years have to pay some amount for security amount and can use own mobile phone or can get phone from you his own choice?
In Active Directory 2008, how do you trace single user account log-in with multiple devices?
What are the benefits of developing a program using the .NET framework
what are the difference between sap & erp? is it convenient for the user of erp to use the sap?
For our restore performance in PostgreSQL, we used pg_dump with the default plain format (which worked okay). But then we started to get time / space improvements when using pg_dump -Fc | gzip -9 -c > However, when we tried to create the database anew, the restore took almost half a day to...
How can I add accumulative sum for 12 month started from JAN to DEC. If data in JAN is zero, then accumulative sum from FEB to JAN. If data in FEB is zero, then accumulative sum from MAR to FEB and so.
If I change the time/date of an existing meeting series - shouldn't the meeting stay on the calendar at the old time and then from the new start from date/time?