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    It is possible there may be a conflict of DHCP ip...

    It is possible there may be a conflict of DHCP ip addresses between your computer and router. The DHCP server is enabled by default on the router, if it is also enabled on the pc local area...
  2. As shown in the previous post, you cannot use...

    As shown in the previous post, you cannot use split columns in a pivot table. The excel table must be linear with regular rows and columns. Also you cannot use a calculated field twice in the same...
  3. Your original premise is correct. Select and copy...

    Your original premise is correct. Select and copy the data that you want to add to the chart, click on the data series on the chart so it is highlighted (this will also highlight the data in the...
  4. I stand corrected ref. database compare. However,...

    I stand corrected ref. database compare. However, with Office 2013 Pro it is still quite simple to export the two tables from Access to Excel, run spreadsheet compare, and that will show the...
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    I created a small table from the information that...

    I created a small table from the information that you have given and used the IF function for the comparisons. If I understand you correctly, you want a value to be shown in Column N when the dates...
  6. Your problem may be caused by the 'desktop heap...

    Your problem may be caused by the 'desktop heap limitation' in Windows 7. This bears no relation to the amount of physical RAM installed. The attached link will show you how to fix this....
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    Try this. Select an office application shortcut...

    Try this. Select an office application shortcut on the Start Menu (i.e. Excel). Right click the shortcut and select 'send to desktop'. You should then see the icon for that application on the Desktop...
  8. There is quite a simple way to do this, but you...

    There is quite a simple way to do this, but you need to be running Office 2013 Professional to do so. Click on Office 2013 on the Start Menu and it will show a folder called Office 2013 Tools. Click...
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