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  1. Something else to consider is that you can't have...

    Something else to consider is that you can't have more than one person editing the file at the same time. Only one person can have the file open in editing mode, any others that try to open it will...
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    [SOLVED] "without any consideration of luck, natural or...

    "without any consideration of luck, natural or supernatural activities favoring a given person or ticket, the possibility of being able to bring success by visualizing it, willing it, praying for it,...
  3. Same. Unless you are copying into existing...

    Same. Unless you are copying into existing folders where you might get a conflict or you have very long file names, you should be fine.

    I've done thousands of files and hundreds of GB in one go...
  4. The only problem with this is that MS have...

    The only problem with this is that MS have released patches for Win10 that break existing installations. I have NEVER had this occur with any earlier version of the OS, nor have I ever had to...
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    There's never been a free upgrade between...

    There's never been a free upgrade between versions of Office. MS are doing that for Windows 10, but I doubt very much they will ever offer a free upgrade of Office.

    You say you don't want...
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    What annoys me is the people who state that a...

    What annoys me is the people who state that a Windows PC always slows down over time. It doesn't. Same as the people that say Windows 10 will screw up your PC. Again, it will do it to some but not...
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    Mine doesn't. Last PC (XP) ran for 8-9 years and...

    Mine doesn't. Last PC (XP) ran for 8-9 years and still booted in 25 seconds, never had to reload Windows. Current Windows 7 notebook is about the same. New Windows 10 PC is in early days, but looks...
  8. But without knowing how many have not had issues,...

    But without knowing how many have not had issues, knowing how many have is useless. There might be a million people having trouble, but if 100 million have updated, the problem is only 1%. I'd be...
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    Have you let the machines run for a couple of...

    Have you let the machines run for a couple of days? I found a lot of downloading over the first 2-3 days but after that it's slowed down and I haven't noticed a slowdown on either the Win 10 PC or my...
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    "Not supported" is not the same as won't work. It...

    "Not supported" is not the same as won't work. It just means you're on your own and Corel will not assist with any issues you might have.

    Your last comment about trying it yourself is right on the...
  11. Some of them don't need to run. They just dump a...

    Some of them don't need to run. They just dump a high voltage spike into the socket and fry the motherboard. All they have is a battery and some circuitry to generate the spike. 10 - 20 kV will do...
  12. I did a clean install as well. I had to go online...

    I did a clean install as well. I had to go online and find drivers for my hardware (including my monitor). Once I did that and let Windows update it'self a few times (over 2-3 days), everything...
  13. So I can say "what you wrote is idiotic", but not...

    So I can say "what you wrote is idiotic", but not "you are an idiot"? Can you explain the difference because I don't see it.

    Remember the good old days where the 'net was a meritocracy where all...
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    Sadly, my favourite game won't run on anything...

    Sadly, my favourite game won't run on anything newer that Windows 98! They've never release a new version with the same features and there is no hacked version out there. It does happen.
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    I agree with this but there is a complication. MS...

    I agree with this but there is a complication. MS do not and can not know of every piece of software running on a Windows PC, so cannot ensure that updates will not break anything. Generally speaking...
  16. Thenks It seemed strange to me as well. The PC...

    Thenks
    It seemed strange to me as well. The PC certainly ran a lot faster when I built it a few years ago. I might have to "bite the bullet" and reload again this weekend. Probably be rained in...
  17. Having just rebuilt my Windows 7 PC, the thing I...

    Having just rebuilt my Windows 7 PC, the thing I hate most is how much it slows down just be loading all the updates and patches. I installed 4-5 applications and it takes well over a minute to boot...
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    My statements are based on my experience of the...

    My statements are based on my experience of the cases I've seen working in IT support for 25 years. A lot of the reasons for doing something in a particular way I've heard in that time were based on...
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    Most of the "good reasons" I've heard are based...

    Most of the "good reasons" I've heard are based on misunderstanings or plain ignorance. In other words the person may feel they have a good reason but they don't.

    Gordon
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    Wouldn't that be no more windows 11?

    Wouldn't that be no more windows 11?
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    OFFICE 2013 is the product. You have one of many...

    OFFICE 2013 is the product. You have one of many possible editions of Office 2013, so anything that updates Office 2013 updates your edition.

    Regards
    Gordon
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    It's not "hackers" that inserted the easter eggs,...

    It's not "hackers" that inserted the easter eggs, it's the MS programmers working on the product.
  23. After pasting into Outlook, right-click the table...

    After pasting into Outlook, right-click the table and select Table Properties. You can then set the borders and cell dividers as you want them.

    Regards
    Gordon
  24. It happens because the read-only attribute is...

    It happens because the read-only attribute is stored in the Directory/folder structure on the disk rather than the file itself. When it's emailed there's nowhere for that information to be stored.
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    What like this. Murphy's Laws of BASIC...

    What like this.

    Murphy's Laws of BASIC programming.

    GoSubs never return and Goto's don't.
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