Does anyone have a format or template for a Education Cover Letter
Does anyone have a format or template for a Education Cover Letter?
To Whom It May Concern:
Enclosed please find an education.
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
"eb" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Does anyone have a format or template for a Education Cover Letter?
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news:O3aNFsq2KHA.5212@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.g....CSV to .PRN
I am having trouble saving a .CSV file as a .PRN format - it is cutting the
information in the sheet off about 20 columns in - any suggestions? I am
doing the basic File - Save as.
Have you formatted the sheet with a fixed-width font so you can set the field
widths exactly? What is sum of field lengths? There used to be a limit of ~240
characters per line in PRN files.
On Mon, 18 Oct 2004 10:13:08 -0700, "Melissa"
>I am having trouble saving a .CSV file as a .PRN format - it is cutting the
>information i...importing incredimail into outlook express
Is there a way, or an add-on. or a third party software to import
Incredimail mail into outlook express mail ?
Try posting this in an Outlook Express news group - this is not one of them.
Outlook is a part of Microsoft Office and is what this group supports.
Outlook Express is a part of Internet Explorer and has its own news groups.
You can also find some good Outlook Express information here:
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unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted w...cell formatting zero padding on binary no's
I'm struggling through doing some binary math on excel. Ugh. You'd think
Excel is written by programmers, so they would see the value of having
some programmer-friendly bitwise math and binary, octal and hex formatting
stuff in there, if for no other reason than they could use it themselves.
Anyway, that's my rant, here's my question
I have some numbers in cells that I convert to binary
C5: 55 DEC2BIN(C5) gives me 1010101
I'd really like to display that as
.... ie with a leading zero and a space between the nibbles.
It appears that ce...Importing CSV files problem
I am currently working on a project that invloves
importing of CSV files to Excel. Double-clicking the CSV
file opens the file automatically in Excel. We have
enclosed our data in quotation marks (i.e. "SomeData") to
prevent errors arising from strings that have commas as
part of the data. This works fine for us.
However, The problem arises when we import data that look
like numbers written in scientific notation but are
actually some other data which should not be expressed in
scientific notation (example "1E306" is expressed
...Excel error while trying to import data from an Access database
This is just an FYI for anyone who might encounter this problem (as I
just did)... =-)
::: SYMPTOM :::
In Excel, while trying to create a query into an Access database the
following error occurred:
MSQRY32.exe has generated errors and will be closed by Windows. You
will need to restart the program.
::: CAUSE :::
The Access database contains 'unfavorable' characters in the filename
(e.g. "MyAccessDatabase v1.0 (15-Mar-05).mdb" -- it doesn't like the
"." and is probably better off without the "(")
Rename the database to use a 'safe' file n...importing account info into production CRM
Has anyone used the DMF to do a secondary import of data into a live CRM
environment? I know it is not intended for this purpose, however in this
client's scenario they have no data whatsoever in Accounts (they use only
leads and contacts currently, but a different department wants to use
accounts now). I want to import some account data that is totally unrelated
to their existing contacts. I figure I can use the DMF to do this. Anyone
have any thoughts/tips/cautions???
It is possible to do this. I have done an imp...Creating a csv
I have a spreadsheet with a list of email addresses in the first column. I
want to create a CSV file. If I choose Save as---> csv and then open the csv
file in Notepad the list is saved as a list with carriage returns after each
email address and no commas. So how do i turn the list into a continuous list
with no breaks and a comma seperating each one? I'm using Excel 2007
Open the file in MSWord and do an edit|replace (or the MSWord 2007 equivalent)
to change the paragraph mark (under the More button and then under the Special
button) to a comma.
Tony Williams wrote:
...CSV elements don't get split up in cells
I recently installed a German version of excel and now when I open m
CSV files they don't get seperated anymore by the commas. The whol
line is just written in one cell.
When I had the US version installed the data was split up after eac
comma and distributed into the corresponding cell.
How can I achieve the same thing in the German version
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You could try renaming the file to .txt rather than .csv When you try to
open this in Excel it will start the Text Import Wizard which will give you
much more control over the import of th...Custom Date Format #2
When working with data from a spreadsheet which originated from a much
earlier version of Excel (Excel95, I believe), which I'm now trying to use
with Excel 2003. I'm having trouble with the formatting of the date being
interpreted as a formula and forcing an equals sign "=" to appear next to the
When the file is first opened, the original data appears correctly.
However, after editing the data in the field and pressing the 'enter' key,
the date displayed on the sheet shows "00-Jan-00". When I use the arrow keys
to go back up to that parti...Block HTML Formatting?
I have a web-based app that accepts emails sent to it by Exchange
users. I'd like to have Exchange format those emails so that if my
users send mail with HTML formatting in the email the emails will be
converted to plain text before being forwarded to my app server. Is
that possible in Exchange?
rickKasten@gmail.com (DrStrangepork) wrote in
> I have a web-based app that accepts emails sent to it by Exchange
> users. I'd like to have Exchange format those emails so that if my
> users send mail with HTML formatting in t...Import data from Excel with main tasks and subtasks
I'm new to MS Project and need help with importing data from Excel into
Project 2000. The data consists of Work Request numbers, individual phase
numbers for the Work Request, name of each phase, and (phase) start and end
I can open the Excel file in Project and map the fields, however, the data
shows up as individual tasks. I need to have the Work Request number and
project name be a main, or top-level, task, and the data related to the
phases be sub-tasks.
Here's an example of how the raw data appears in the Excel file:
Phase# P...how do I import footnotes to a publisher document ?
When I import a word document into plublisher, the footnotes do not show up.
How can I import the Whole document incluiding the footnotes
In Publisher 2002, one has to create headers/footers and then copy and paste
footnote text, because Publisher 2002 does not support footnotes directly..
Bear in mind that MS Publisher is a frame-based desktop publisher, as
opposed to MS Word that is a full blown word processor..
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I'm trying to import e-mails from Thunderbird but I keep
getting an error that "The mail folder could not be
opened. If another application is using this file, please
close it and try again." There si nothing else using it.
I've rebooted, I've coppied the fiels to another
directory, I've renamed the files but I can't get my
Outlook 2003 e-mails back in Outlook.
"Brian E" <beshlemanREMOVE@aains.com> wrote in message
> I'm trying to import e-mails from Thunderbird but I keep
>...formatting cells #3
Question: Recently, when attempting to format cells, whether it's for
color fill or lines, boldface for type,and a variety of other cell
formats--I now get a warning box which says 'too many different cell
formats' even when I work with a duplicate of the spread sheet from
which I have cleared all formats.
Is there some way to correct this malfunction. I have worked for over
ten years with excel and have not had this problem. It appeared on my
G4 and now has carried over to my G5.
I'm running Excel 2004 11.3
Excel has a limit for the number of different formats it can...Saving As .CSV
Hello, here's the situation: I downloaded an .xls file from my broker and
opened it in Excel. The original file was delimited by commas and I had to
choose comma delimited in order for Excel to display it in columns/rows
correctly. I made some changes to the file, then saved it with a new name.
The problem is, I can find no way to save it as a comma delimited file
again. Saving it as a Workbook places quotes around the commas and creates
spacing between text (when I view it in Wordpad), and saving it as a Text
File (Tab delimited) does just that--makes it TAB delimited, not comma...footnote numbers not superscripted and are too big
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
Processor: Power PC
For some reason the footnote numbers in my text are full-sized and not superscripted. The notes themselves are OK.
That's due to the formatting of your Footnote Reference style.
Use Format>Style to change it.
On 19/03/10 10:48 AM, in article 59bb581a.-1@webcrossing.JaKIaxP2ac0,
"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) Processor: Power
> PC For some reason the footnote number...Import of PST Files into Exchange 2003
I am setting up an Exchange 2003 environment and was wondering if
there was a limit to the PST file size that can be imported into a
We have a coupe of users who have PST files of about 1 1/2 GB and I
needed to know if I would have a problem importing files of this size.
Thanks for any insights.
> Hi All,
> I am setting up an Exchange 2003 environment and was wondering if
> there was a limit to the PST file size that can be imported into a
> users mailbox.
> We have a coupe of users who have PST files of about 1 1/2 GB and I
> n...Automatic import
Do you know a command line to import data from files ?
I just want to do an automatic import from a dbf file every day without any
intervention from a user.
Is it possible ?
I don't think there's a command line for it. You'd either have to write code
that uses the API to do what you want or use a button-pressing script to do
what you want.
"news.microsoft.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Do you know a command line to import data from files ?
> I just want to do an aut...Exporting/importing accounts
Is there a way to export mail accounts from one OL2007 and import into
another OL2007? I just don't want to spend time recreating same accounts if
I can avoid that.
No, Outlook does not have that ability since the IMO modes of Outlook =
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I have noticed that each time I import data into an Excel spreadsheet
via a macro, a new named range (for the same range) is created. This
does not pose a problem, but after a while, I'll have a huge number of
named ranges that will never be used. Why does Excel name the range
and how can I stop this? I noticed in the recorded macro, there was a
line .Name = "drd_5". I commented this out to see what would happen,
but it just renamed the range "ExternalData_5". The next one was
You could refresh with differen...How can I import multiple tasks from excel?
I hope you can help me, because it is annoying to import each task, one by one.
File, Import doesn't work?
See http://www.slipstick.com/Tutorials/import/import.htm if you need help
importing from excel.
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You can access this newsgroup ...Parsing CSV
im using A file with records in my mfc application, i need to read*/write
records to the file anybody ahs a clue where should i start?
Take a look at CStdiofile and CString::Format() (for output) and
CString::Tokenize() (for parsing input). You can use ReadString() and
WriteString() to access the file line by line.
"fima" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> im using A file with records in my mfc application, i need to read*/write
> records to the file anybody ahs a clue where should i start?
I have a line chart which is pulling data from a different
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The X axis is the date, formatted: Jan-XX, Feb-XX, etc.
The Y axis is dollar amounts formatted as 200000, 400000,
etc. - increasing by 200K at each interval. - this is
The X axis is defaulting to date the same date all the way
across, "Jan-00, Jan-00, Jan-00". So, I'm seeing Jan-00
12 times, where I would like to see each month of the year.
When I change the X axis to so that it reads each month,
as I'd like...
The scale on my Y axis changes to:
min = 0 (this is correct)
ma...Importing Access DB into Excel changes my calculated fields in Exc
I currently have an Excel worksheet that imports data from MSAccess. I have
calulated fields built into this Excel sheet that calculates info from the
results that are returned. When I refreshed this new year, less data is
returned and the calculated fields where there is no data returned are
showing #REF!. How do I keep the calculated fields static so they don't try
to change when new data is brought in and some fields are now blank? See
example below. The calculated fields are Variance and Pct Change
Year Month Dollars1 Dollars2 Dollars3 Total Variance...