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  • Gmail recipients question

    When someone sends you email (on Gmail account), and if you click on who he sent it to (let's say it was sent to 5 people), it opens the list of recipients, but for some it only says their mail (example: john.doe@gmail.com, and for some it has this form: John Doe . My question is what makes this...

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  • Page numbering

    How do I show page # out of total document pages?

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  • BlackBerry Bold 9000

    My BlackBerry 9000 can't select once it turns on. What should I do?

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  • ARF files

    In order to reduce the file size, can the ARF files can be spitted?

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  • Full meaning of internet

    What is the full definition of the Internet?

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  • Read records for a particular period in RPG

    Hi all! I have a date period in RPG as month and year like 072012 and 022013 both are character fields. I'm passing this fields from OPNQRYF in CL program to RPG. How can I read records from a master for this particular period in RPG? Surey

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  • Which drive is Microsoft Excel located in?

    Microsoft Excel should be located on the computer C drive (the computer hard drive). The computer comes with Microsoft Windows 7 64 bit and Microsoft Office Starter 2010(preloaded). Why can't the accounting product I am trying to set up locate any Excel templates?

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  • Access 2003 parameter query bollixed

    The query searches a table looking for three fields, one of which is the Year. The year parameter request works just fine [Year as yyyy]. The query then goes on and asks for a second parameter for a field that was not included as a requested field. Any hints given are appreciated - thank you wem3rd

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  • Reading specific characters from txt file

    I have a txt file with lots of numbers separated with "/", and i want the program to read the file and use the numbers for calculus and tell me how much "/" the file has (or how many numbers the file has). Anyone knows how to do it? Thanks.

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  • Outlook 2010 calendar entries

    I have permissions to view my co-workers calendar. At times, I can not view her new calendar entry until she logs out and back in again?

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  • Windows on Mac

    What is the best Windows to be used on Mac?

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  • Ink cartridge

    I can't insert my ink cartridge.

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  • EMP

    How to make an EMP of high range in compact form?

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  • Email falsification

    I sent an email at 1:50 am by secure remote access to an address within the works server. I have a copy of the original. The dispute arose about the time the email was sent. I have received a copy whereby the time has been changed to 11:50 How do they do this - how can I prove it is false? I don't...

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  • Can I record freeview programmes on Panasonic Viera l50em5b television set?

    How do I record on this tv? Do I have to use a memory stick etc? There is a red button on the remote that reads record.

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  • How can I autopopulate the invoice.vendor field “on add” with maxuser.company?

    I have an automation script code problem. Client has requested their vendors be able to log in and create/submit their own invoices. Restrictions are they can only select from POs issued by their company, only create invoices to sites they are authorized to. I have this taken care of by data...

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  • What is the biggest reason why WLAN testing won’t evolve quickly?

    With enterprises shifting their wireless LAN infrastructure from being a side feature to their primary access network, expert Peter Welcher says WLAN test tools still won't evolve very quickly. This is happening due to several factors including high costs and a small market. What is the biggest...

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  • Does your company have a chief procurement officer (CPO)?

    CPOs serve to procure goods for large organizations and in doing so root out redundancies. They work with everyone from the CIO to IT to the company that cleans the carpets throughout the entire enterprise. Has your company brought on a CPO? Or do you have someone else filling that role under...

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  • What’s they key to having a successful data analytics career?

    One of the key takeaways from this year's Enterprise Data World conference was how to have a successful career in data analytics. A good way to ensure it happens...conduct a self assessment. Would you agree? If not, what's the key to having a successful data analytics career?

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  • What are your pros and cons of BYOD?

    During this year's Interop conference, many speakers and attendees discussed the pros and cons of BYOD or bring-your-own-device. Gib Sorebo, chief cyber-security technologist at SAIC, said BYOD may seem like a necessity but it's not always the case. What are your pros and cons of BYOD?

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