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  1. MS Query in Excel 2010: concatenating two fields returns error?

    Hi All,

    I'm having issues with MS Query in Excel 2010 and I'm trying to figure out if this is a driver or some other problem. The data source is DB2. Before we downgraded to Office 2010...
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    Sharepoint default content type

    Hi all,

    I'm trying to work with sharepoint (SS2007), but of course I have no resources to do so, so please forgive me if this is a strange question.

    I have a library with two content types in...
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    After hours of searching and lots of frustration,...

    After hours of searching and lots of frustration, I stumbled upon someone else who encountered this quirk of Word 2003.
    ...
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    IncludePicture with DocVariable

    Hi All,

    I'm trying to use a DocVariable with an IncludePicture field in a template. My field code looks like this:

    { INCLUDEPICTURE "{ DOCVARIABLE MyImage }" }

    and my code looks like...
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    Thanks, Gary...that's a nice "outside the box"...

    Thanks, Gary...that's a nice "outside the box" solution. I'll try it, but I think I have too many images (so far I'm up to 12, and possibly a few more than that), it'll probably slow things down...
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    Image Control, changing image source

    Hi!

    I have a UserForm in Word 2003, and I have an image control on it. I'd like to change the image displayed in the control based on a combo box. The problem is that I can't figure out what...
  7. A Form control. I figured it out, actually ;)...

    A Form control. I figured it out, actually ;) (but I have another question ready)

    If I set the combo box to 2 columns, then when adding stuff to it, the first column refers to the list itself,...
  8. Listbox (or combobox) with 2 columns in Word 2003

    Hi,

    Can anyone point me to a primer or tutorial for using listboxes with 2 columns? I'm having a brain dead moment and can't figure it out, it's not the same in Word as it is in Access.

    So...
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    What a great reference, Wendell! Thanks! I...

    What a great reference, Wendell! Thanks! I found the following "checklist" on that page:

    Query Fields That Cannot Be Updated

    Any field that is the result of a calculation
    Any field in a...
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    Hi all! I have a question regarding the...

    Hi all!

    I have a question regarding the message "Must use an updateable query."

    I built a very simple update query from two tables. The table I am updating is local, the table I'm using to...
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    Thank goodness! That was it! The db isn't that...

    Thank goodness! That was it! The db isn't that old, so not sure why, but at least I'm not going crazy... ;)

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
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    Hi All! I'm getting some very strange behavior...

    Hi All!

    I'm getting some very strange behavior in Access 2003 (SP3). I have a form with a single checkbox on it. Eventually, I want stuff to appear/disappear when the checkbox is clicked. (ie....
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    Guess I'm just slow this morning...Monday morning...

    Guess I'm just slow this morning...Monday morning and the demands pouring in pre-8am guarantees me an "off" day. :-S

    Thanks for the help!!! :)
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    Ugggh, silly me. Apparently you have to shell...

    Ugggh, silly me. Apparently you have to shell the full path to Acrobat. But if anyone can answer my searching questions while I'm puttering around here...?
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    Hi All! My, this place has changed since the...

    Hi All!

    My, this place has changed since the last time I was here! Please forgive me, I haven't yet sorted out the search function for the forum, but yet find myself in need of a quick solution...
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    If you set Enabled to No and Locked to Yes, the...

    If you set Enabled to No and Locked to Yes, the controls will look normal (not grayed out).
    Ooops, I haven't done this stuff in quite some time. I thought it enabled=no used to make it grayed out,...
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    You could set the Enabled property of all text...

    You could set the Enabled property of all text boxes etc. to No.

    Alternatively, create a new text box, make it the first in the tab order so that it will have the focus initially, and set its...
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    Hey all, I have a subform that displays data...

    Hey all,

    I have a subform that displays data related to the main form. The subform can have more than one record on it. I have the subform set to display the data only (no edits, additions,...
  19. Re: ! vs . (can anyone tell me the difference?) (any version)

    Thanks to both of you! Yeah, I guess I tend to use . because of the intellisense thing. Since it seems to make no (overall) difference, I'll stick with the .
  20. ! vs . (can anyone tell me the difference?) (any version)

    Can anyone point me to anything on the difference between using ! and . to refer to forms, subforms, and controls?

    I've been doing this access stuff for a while now, and I've always ignored that...
  21. Re: Changing the value of a textbox (MS Excel 2003)

    Hi Hans! That's exactly what I was trying to do! (except poorly)

    Thank you!!!

    PS. I love that you're advertising Woody's Lounge in code these days...
  22. Changing the value of a textbox (MS Excel 2003)

    Hi All!

    Usually programming in Access, Excel continues to throw me for a loop. I have a userform that fills in the value of a textbox from a worksheet as it initializes. Then I also have code in...
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    Re: Which control was clicked? (Access 2003)

    Thanks, Hans. I was afraid of that.
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    Which control was clicked? (Access 2003)

    Hey all,

    I have a form with a subform. The subform is a datasheet, and on the form are the options for sorting and filtering the datasheet. All nice and well. BUT...

    I would like my users to...
  25. Re: Excel Automation: the active area (Access & Excel 2003 SP2)

    Actually, it was the whole "InchestoPoints" thing that threw me, it wasn't necessary at all :-/

    Thanks again! http://windowssecrets.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif You are da man!!! ...
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