• Group by values in Microsoft Excel

    In Excel, I can't figure out how to 'group by' values. My friend told me to use pivot tables but I'm not sure how to do that. I would also like it on another worksheet too. Thanks for the help.

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  • How do I see the archive folder on a message in Microsoft Word?

    I have opened a message from a link in Microsoft Word - how can I see which archive folder it is stored in?

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  • Disable spell checker in Microsoft Word 2010

    Would it be possible to disable the spell checker in Microsoft Word 2010 in single paragraphs for a document / parts of the doc. I currently have a document that has lines in the document and it's making it difficult to read/write.

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  • Excel “Document not saved” message

    I cannot save my excel spreadsheet because this message comes up every time. I have tried a different name for the workbook several times but I always get the message. I have tried Excel Help but the search for this error message produced nothing. Any suggestions please? Thanks

    JoellaWheeler5 pointsBadges:
  • DBF to FDF

    I am wondering if anyone can help me out with converting a DBF file to FDF to be imported into a PDF document. OR a direct way to import DBF into a PDF?

    Drokkenian25 pointsBadges:
  • Mail merge from Excel to print labels

    I have gone through the step by step instructions of a mail merge from excel to print labels. When I print, only one page of labels shows up and prints. The rest of the names that are checkmarked to be included does not come up in view document or prints. Only one page. What am I doing wrong?

    karenryen5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Excel: Get distinct values from a column

    In Excel, I have a column with different values and I need to find out what distinct values are in there. Is there a way to do that? Here's what I came up with in SQL Server: SELECT Distinct(MyColumn) FROM MyTable. Is there something like that?

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  • Microsoft Word 2010 copy two weeks of high month view

    I need to copy two weeks of a month into to a document but it needs to show in month high view. It needs to view just like the calendar with boxes not a listing with times. I have to email staff the calendar dates in a calendar format not a running view of times. I currently retype everything using...

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  • Saving Excel spreadsheet to multiple locations

    Is there a way to save my excel spreadsheet to both my computer file and the evernote file without the extra save as step?

    jerrydavisvybranz5 pointsBadges:
  • MS- Word Error Expected white space error on ms word .docx document

    Hello Experts, I am cannot open my MS-word.docx document. The error it get is White space expected:Part:/word/docment, XML,Line,2 Column:642733. I've tried everything I can think of! Including: Saving it as a .zip file. Which it won't Saving it as .txt: Which It will- But no help. Looking at it in...

    Lewismos235 pointsBadges:
  • Autosaving Microsoft Word 2010 documents

    Out of the blue, every night as I sleep, Word 2010 is 'autosaving' all my word documents, and I am unable to fully restore them as a result. How can I put a halt to this?

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  • How to fix error in database: Microsoft Office access has detected corruption in this file

    I am in the process of developing an Access 2003 application, and almost done. While I was fixing some errors with controls on one of the reports, seems like the database corrupted. Now, I keep getting "microsoft office access has detected corruption in this file....etc". It instructs me to Compact...

    kennethrich047x5 pointsBadges:
  • Adobe Reader error 1935: An error occurred during the installation of assembly

    Hi, I have a clients computer that failed in an update they were trying to perform of adobe reader.  Now adobe reader won't work at all and it also will not install clean. The error that I am getting is this: Error 1935. An error occurred during the installation of assembly I have the tried the...

    BaldwinP475 pointsBadges:
  • How to fix this error in SQL and Excel?

    When I execute the T-SQL, I want to copy result and paste Excel sheet but the numbers had problem. For example in SQL, 4.2900 but when I copied Excel 42.900. Can you help this problem please?

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  • Microsoft Excel won’t close without saving

    In Excel 2010, when I have a worksheet open and want to close it, often the sheet will not close unless I save changes. Sometimes it allows me to close without saving, and sometimes it does not.

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  • Adobe Reader could not open in Windows 7/8

    Adobe Reader could not open because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged.

    ghksol5 pointsBadges:
  • I can’t open a PDF file with my Adobe Acrobat

    Help! I can't open a PDF file with my Adobe Acrobat. A popup says that Adobe Reader could not open my PDF file "because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged." But I can open other files that are nearly identical to this one. Can you help me open the file?...

    smichael10 pointsBadges:
  • Where I can download corrupt PDF viewer for me?

    I found some broken PDF files doing a raw recovery from Ontrack and receive similar issues when trying to open these files (I tried to match some up based on file size. How to view corrupted PDF? Where I can download corrupt PDF viewer for me?

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  • Passwords on exported Excel spreadsheets

    Can CR export to Excel and put a password on the exported file?

    bferrell5 pointsBadges:
  • How to create an Excel file from C#

    Is there a way I can create a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet with C# without having Excel be installed on the machine that's actually running the code

    ITKE376,195 pointsBadges:

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