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  1. I may have the complete solution now: One...

    I may have the complete solution now:


    One property of a PDF file is its Title. You can see it in File > Properties, but you can't necessarily change it there.
    When a PDF is uploaded to the...
  2. Interesting. Even more interesting: when the...

    Interesting.

    Even more interesting: when the original properties are preserved, including the title, the title shows up in Chrome as discussed above. But when they are not, a new title is...
  3. Got it! I don't know why, but I didn't realize...

    Got it! I don't know why, but I didn't realize that I could look at the properties of the PDF.

    I'm still pretty convinced that that property does NOT come through if you Print the Word file to...
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    You were right -- it WAS easy. Worked like a...

    You were right -- it WAS easy. Worked like a charm!

    Thanks
  5. Here's a way to test my theory and to shed some...

    Here's a way to test my theory and to shed some light on the situation.

    Go to the newly-updated http://www.ussrankin.org/lottery/files.htm, where you can look at the original Word document and...
  6. I figured it out! The USS Henley stuff came...

    I figured it out!

    The USS Henley stuff came from the "Title" of the original Word document. In Word 10, you can see the "Title" by clicking the File tab and looking at the stuff on the right side...
  7. Strange Behavior of Uploaded PDF made from Word

    My web site contains a PDF file that I got from one of our suppliers. I'm pretty sure he created the PDF from a Word document, but I don't know what he used to create it.

    When I open the PDF file...
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    Crosstab Query

    I have a database that includes tblAllLocated and tblReunionAttendees. They are related by the Handle field, which is the same in both tables, and identifies the member to which the record applies. ...
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    All good stuff! Thanks. I looked into it, and...

    All good stuff! Thanks.

    I looked into it, and I had already set up the proper relationships between the tables. Just hadn't looked at them for a while. For some reason, in the Query the line...
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    Well, now something else has come up. I have...

    Well, now something else has come up.

    I have a Crosstab Query for tblReunionAttendees that gives me one row for each person who has attended a reunion.

    The row has a column for the person's...
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    Got it. Thanks! I have Access 2010. With the...

    Got it. Thanks!

    I have Access 2010. With the ribbon, the controls are different from what I was accustomed to when I had some skills (Access 2003?). My cheat sheets are all from the older...
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    Simple Query?

    My Access skills were once mid-level, but they are very rusty and were developed a long time ago under a different version of Access. So please excuse the simple question.

    I have a database that...
  13. Improving a Date Stamp macro that I got from the Lounge

    THIS THREAD describes two slick little Date Stamp macros that I use for keeping track of things for my physician. The code, created by macropod, appears in Post #6.

    The first one puts a...
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    Phantom user HomeGroupUser$

    When my computer restarts, it offers to start with user HomeGroupUser$ (there may be some underscores in there, I forget).

    This user is unknown to me, and doesn't show up in my list of users.
    ...
  15. I've figured it out, I think. On my version,...

    I've figured it out, I think.

    On my version, right clicking the Taskbar lets you choose Properties. That gives you the 'Taskbar and Start Menu Properties' window. Choosing 'Customize...' next to...
  16. How do I handle the "notification area"?

    At the bottom right of the screen is what was called the "Notification Area" in Windows 7, and the "System Tray" in Windows XP. It contains some icons that appear on the Taskbar, and some others that...
  17. Nice idea! I checked it out both ways, and both...

    Nice idea! I checked it out both ways, and both have my default email application as AOL. I'm still getting the same error message.

    When looking through the various options for Settings/Default...
  18. Send to Mail Recipient gets an error message

    When I right click on a file and select Send to Mail Recipient, I get this error message:

    47384

    I DO have an email program installed (AOL) and set as my default, and I CAN send emails when...
  19. It worked for me! I suppose I should have thought...

    It worked for me! I suppose I should have thought of this method myself, but I didn't. Windows Secrets scores again!
  20. Pinning Character Map to the Start Menu

    I like the old Windows Character Map, and I can open it by searching for it. When it's open I can pin it to the Taskbar, but I can't figure out how to pin it to the Start Menu. I want it there so I...
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    jwitalka: That's what I was looking for! Even...

    jwitalka: That's what I was looking for! Even though I've already used another method, I'll give this one a try, just to be sure I have it in my bag of tricks.
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    Retired Geek: I used a USB drive to make the...

    Retired Geek: I used a USB drive to make the transfer. I had planned on that, but I didn't know if there was some simple trick, since the files are already on the computer.

    This laptop is my...
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    Moving data files to a new user

    I bought a used Windows 7 laptop and upgraded it to Windows 10. While I was learning Windows 10, I kept the former owner's user, a local account named Friendly, which seems to have been created when...
  24. I'm catching on to this Windows 10 stuff. I read...

    I'm catching on to this Windows 10 stuff. I read the Windows 10 All-in-One For Dummies book, pretty much from cover to cover, and found it very helpful. The Windows 10 Search feature can be helpful,...
  25. jwitalka: If it was, it's in trouble, since the...

    jwitalka: If it was, it's in trouble, since the local account has no password. When I just pressed Enter, I got the error message.
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