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  1. Regardless of your opinion, there is no other way...

    Regardless of your opinion, there is no other way to open a notebook. Opening a notebook requires choosing the .onetoc2 file for the notebook you want to open. If the file for this notebook is inside...
  2. Actually you need to go into each folder and open...

    Actually you need to go into each folder and open the .onetoc2 in each. That's how you can open each individual notebook. My previous post was wrong on that.
  3. I think you don't need to remove any files, just...

    I think you don't need to remove any files, just open the correct ones. When you try and open a notebook, choose a .one file, from within a folder - the default folder is OneNote Notebooks and there...
  4. I suspect the notebooks were all copied correctly...

    I suspect the notebooks were all copied correctly and the problem results from the document you opened. Can you describe what you did to open the notebooks, up to the filename chosen?
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    That means it doesn't know what AB.Number is....

    That means it doesn't know what AB.Number is. Either the alias is missing or the field name is unknown.

    If you want, post the SQL here and I will try and have a look.
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    This type of query is best written directly in...

    This type of query is best written directly in SQL View. Shouldn't be too hard to add in the month to the WHERE clause, but the syntax with the alias needs to be preserve, to ensure the correlation...
  7. Thread: Help with SQL

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    If you can run the query directly on the SQL...

    If you can run the query directly on the SQL Server database, the syntax would be something like this:



    UPDATE tblValuation SET OMDone=0 WHERE OMDone IS NULL;
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    Ok, the zip file has a database with a query that...

    Ok, the zip file has a database with a query that obtains the top 10 dollar values per district. The query is named QryTop10ByDistrictForAllDistricts.

    Hope this helps.

    40668
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    The query you wrote on the opening post is not...

    The query you wrote on the opening post is not present in the database. Is that an oversight or the query you are interested in changing is the one in the database?
  10. Great, I am glad you sorted it :). Happy...

    Great, I am glad you sorted it :).

    Happy holidays.
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    7-zip allows you to create a .zip file. Probably...

    7-zip allows you to create a .zip file. Probably it's not the default format, but you surely can choose it when compressing.
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    Amazing exchange! I would tell Future Shop that...

    Amazing exchange! I would tell Future Shop that misleading visitors and probably causing the more knowledgeable of them to get annoyed in varying degrees is not the best thing to do...
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    I use a site that requires Java and it mentions...

    I use a site that requires Java and it mentions Java when Java is not installed or enabled. It makes no mention of Javascript, which is the correct behavior.
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    I would be extremely careful about making a...

    I would be extremely careful about making a general statement regarding messages about Javascript being enabled being caused by the absence of Java. Although Java, some years ago, was used in some...
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    Javascript and Java are completely different...

    Javascript and Java are completely different things. Uninstalling Java wouldn't affect the way your browser supports Javascript so, sorry to say it, but your fix isn't really a fix. It was just a...
  16. What I do in such cases is to use an Outlook rule...

    What I do in such cases is to use an Outlook rule on each of the IMAP / exchange accounts to move any message arriving through them to the unified inbox account. Works pretty well.
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    Nice work, Bruce (on the the other thread too). I...

    Nice work, Bruce (on the the other thread too). I also would be interested in knowing how the hybrids perform on normal Windows use.
  18. Indeed it is, Jerry :). The article does shed...

    Indeed it is, Jerry :). The article does shed light on something most people thought didn't happen with SSDs and explains why it happens. Guess it's always nice to get the info from the people who...
  19. Who would say it - Windows does defrag SSDs

    That information comes from Microsoft's storage team, through Scott Hanselman:

    http://www.hanselman.com/blog/TheRealAndCompleteStoryDoesWindowsDefragmentYourSSD.aspx
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    I would seriously doubt that the Javascript being...

    I would seriously doubt that the Javascript being used wouldn't work on Chrome. I couldn't get the popup with Chrome,but with IE and Firefox I could easily close it.

    There no free lunches...
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    I would never make such a statement (regarding...

    I would never make such a statement (regarding shutting down your computer). If you clean your cookies, you will need to login to the Lounge again, when you visit, to avoid the popup.

    I would...
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    iNet Interactive, the forum owners.

    iNet Interactive, the forum owners.
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    There is no answer to give. No one of us can...

    There is no answer to give. No one of us can reply to you, we do not control any of the Lounge software.

    What I will tell you is that I am always logged in and see nothing of what you describe. I...
  24. [SOLVED] If there are no indexes in the fields, with a...

    If there are no indexes in the fields, with a large number of records, the operation may take a bit more to complete. Access generally seems to handle those situations better than other databases,...
  25. [SOLVED] It seems you are using a IN operator in your...

    It seems you are using a IN operator in your WHERE clause. I am not sure if this is causing any performance issues, but this is definitely not the best way to do it. Admitting both tables have the...
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