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  1. If you literally want multiple workbooks in one...

    If you literally want multiple workbooks in one workbook, then no, that isn't possible (note that for Excel, 1 workbook = 1 file).

    However as you suggest, you can do this with the sheets...
  2. Thread: Slow USB drive

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    Yup, try a different USB port on a different side...

    Yup, try a different USB port on a different side of the machine. If you are plugging the drive into side now, try a back port. Ports on the same side of the computer are likely plugged into the...
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    You might even be able to get a used DVD drive...

    You might even be able to get a used DVD drive for free. Seriously, DVD drives are cheap and plentiful; it's like asking if the restaurant charges for salt and pepper...
  4. Yes, your integrated GPU is an Intel HD 4600. ...

    Yes, your integrated GPU is an Intel HD 4600. Intel iGPUs are always HD xxxx series or Iris Pro series. You should be able to cross-check this too; your CPU ought to be an Intel i3, i5, or i7.
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    I too encountered a bizarre problem. I was...

    I too encountered a bizarre problem. I was trying to install an HP program and it complained that it would not run with .NET less than 3.5. Of course it simply halted at that point rather than...
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    LOL! Recursive LOL! It's emojis, emojis all...

    LOL!

    Recursive LOL! It's emojis, emojis all the way down!!
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    So I have a couple of comments, at least. To...

    So I have a couple of comments, at least.

    To the error in question. XCopy requires a file specification on the source and you haven't provided one. You've only provided a folder. My recommended...
  8. The rule is, you don't want to run 2 security...

    The rule is, you don't want to run 2 security programs of the exact same type, on the same computer and Operating System instance.

    Thus it's a bad idea to run 2 anti-virus programs at once, or 2...
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    I'll note that the OP doesn't post a question, so...

    I'll note that the OP doesn't post a question, so this is more of an observation?

    While I didn't know that memory consumption is high with this many browsers, neither does it surprise me. ...
  10. No! Conventional version numbering schemes...

    No! Conventional version numbering schemes follow the rules of left-to-right languages, and also of Arabic numbers. Thus digits on the left have greater significance than digits on the right.
    ...
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    Yes, I find slow startups to be extremely common....

    Yes, I find slow startups to be extremely common. Not good but common.
  12. I recommend Check Disk. It does everything...

    I recommend Check Disk. It does everything needed, has been around a long time, and is very reliable.

    From an Admin level command prompt:



    Normally this will queue up the run for the next...
  13. Thread: SD Card Format

    by BHarder
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    I know that NTFS is a journaling file system; I...

    I know that NTFS is a journaling file system; I don't believe that exFAT is (all the traditional FAT systems aren't). Thus NTFS is more resistant to volume damage and much faster to recover when it...
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    I used to have techno-lust for Cray hardware! ...

    I used to have techno-lust for Cray hardware!

    RIP Seymour Cray.
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    Because column A is the best column. Obviously!...

    Because column A is the best column. Obviously!

    :)
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    I believe the company is called Perceptive Pixel...

    I believe the company is called Perceptive Pixel (PPI)? Ah yes, here we go:

    http://news.microsoft.com/2012/07/09/microsoft-to-acquire-perceptive-pixel-inc/

    PPI was/is a maker of high end touch...
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    Here are some of the things I like, that change...

    Here are some of the things I like, that change in the Windows 7 to 10 upgrade.

    - Task Manager is much better designed and more graphically sophisticated. At last (!) it contains Disk I/O...
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    Use the VPN software your employer...

    Use the VPN software your employer recommends/requires.

    If this advice isn't applicable, I thought that Windows 10 already contained multiple different VPN clients, out of the box?
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    I've not had my taskbar freeze up. Were it to...

    I've not had my taskbar freeze up. Were it to happen to me, I'd wrap a battery blanket around it and let it warm up for a couple of hours!

    :p
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    Isn't the very notion of a product key rather...

    Isn't the very notion of a product key rather antithetical to the idea of a runtime?

    From the Access 2013 runtime download page:



    Nearly identical language exists in the Access 2010 Runtime...
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    So far, I'm liking what I see in Windows 10. It...

    So far, I'm liking what I see in Windows 10. It adds back the Start menu and Continuum is a much more successful melding of the touch and desktop interfaces. Cortana is pretty neat and I like the...
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    Why do you characterize "a minute to run" as...

    Why do you characterize "a minute to run" as "very slow"? Not in my world it isn't!
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    AFAIK only BlackBerry has successfully created a...

    AFAIK only BlackBerry has successfully created a system that can host Android apps on a foreign (non-Android) operating system. Microsoft has floated the idea but it's not in General Availability...
  24. I don't buy it. This story smells fishy. Most...

    I don't buy it. This story smells fishy.

    Most likely, it means that the older OS's will run, they just won't be "officially supported". I rather doubt a hardware check will be retroactively...
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    Since you say the laptop does everything you say...

    Since you say the laptop does everything you say you want, a new hard drive could well be a practical repair. However you should also be wary of the following:

    1). The batteries die as well, and...
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