how to save part of an Excel worksheet as .jpg file
how to save part of an Excel worksheet as .jpg file
Press CTRL+Print Screen. Open a photo editing program and paste screencap
into it. Then crop down to the area you want to show as a picture.
> how to save part of an Excel worksheet as .jpg file
Take a screen print of the active application (alt + print screen) then edit
it in a photo editor or get a program like Snagit (screen capture program),
I use the latter myself and it's great
"lylegalveston" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in messag...How to do with xml file -> schema file (fuction i .NET)
I use a BulkLoad to import file.xml to my base MS Server 2000.
To import this xml file I need schema file. Mayby you know how to do this
file mechanicy f.g. mayby somebody have some script in .net who generate
for any help Thanks
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How do I create a backup file to be stored at different directory? How to
specify the directory that I want the backup file to be stored?
Try Tools - Options - Save. This will automatically save a copy of your file
every x minutes to the directory of your choice. HTH
Sincerely, Michael Colvin
> How do I create a backup file to be stored at different directory? How to
> specify the directory that I want the backup file to be stored?
Do I need to set up my file to always create backup?
Does this...how to convert .doc file to .jpg file
I want to use COM to convert WORD file (.doc) to a series of graphics files,
such as .jpg file. Each page in WORD file should be one graphics file. How
can I do it?
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"fadics" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I want to use COM to convert WORD file (.doc) to a series of graphics
> such as .jpg file. Each page in WORD file should be one graphics file. How
> can I do it?
Perha...How to open saved .DBX files?
I saved a folder of e-mails to CD from Outlook Express
shortly before my last computer died. I desperately need
to open the folder (saved as a .dbx file) by tomorrow, to
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outlook and outlook express(office 2003)
I tried open with, but selecting OE takes you into the OE
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with outlook, it just appears as a folder attachment in
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Ask in an Outlook Express forum. This is an...old notebook
I have a very old notebook that support DDR ram (NEC E660), the
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"bob" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
&...printing multiple excel files from the directory
hi is there any way to print multiple xcel files from the directory
instead of opening each file individually and then pressing control -
p. i need to print about 100 excel files in a single directory. and is
there a way to set default print settings so that the files all end up
in landscape format, 1 sheet wide and as tall as necessary?
this seems an obvious thing people would want to do, but i can't find
an obvious solution. thanks
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You can do this by using Windows Explorer. Highlight all
the files to print, right click and print....Does a file exist?
I want to see if an executable is on a system:
if(executable is there)
How do I see if an executable is located in a particular directory?
On 26 May 2007 02:51:54 -0700, hamishd <Hamish.Dean@gmail.com> wrote:
>I want to see if an executable is on a system:
>if(executable is there)
>How do I see if an executable is located in a particular directory?
the simplest and oldest(?) is to use _access( .. );
but there are a myriad ways if u look in the doc.
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/...Pasted image file property inspector???
In a process of answering a request for proposal, our team worked over night
writing down the answer in Word, pasting images here and there.
The .doc file is now so big that it is almost impossible to send it by mail.
Of course we made a pdf but for archiving in our knowledge base (.doc format
for latter use) I really need to get its file size down.
I know that we pasted things with a not appropriate format/resolution.
Do you know a way to simply display in a palette pasted image file property
(size and type) This would help finding the ones needing optimization.
Is there such plug-in...Linking Workbooks and minimising file sizes
Spec: presently have a "user" workbook of about 70
worksheets. this will be sent to managers.
Am trying to make a Rough Work worksheet which will
contain all raw data needed for calculations in the "user"
workbook. I dont want the managers to see/receive
the "Rough Work" file.
E.G. Monthly figs in rough work sheet are used to
calculated "% of work acheived this year" in the user
1) how do i link the data AND keep file size down??
2) how can i split up the "user" workbook into manageable
chunks which can, for example...Save excel file as text file with ; as separator
I change the list separator(under control panel) from " , " to " ; " in win2000 and winxp. I write macro that will save the excel file as text file with ';' separator but the result is still a ',' but this program can work on win98. The coding is as below
Windo...Lost File Share
Before 15 January, I had 2 PC's set to share a calendar
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what is the command to check if file exist ?
Lior Montia wrote:
> what is the command to check if file exist ?
Dir("path to file")
It will return the name of the file if it exists and "" if it does not.
Rick Brandt, Microsoft Access MVP
Email (as appropriate) to...
RBrandt at Hunter dot com
"Lior Montia" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> what is the command to check if file exist ?
Dir() will...how do I locate where a specific font is used in a publication?
When I open a Publisher document, I get the list of missing fonts. I don't
remember using those fonts and I'd like to find where in the publication they
are used so I can just go ahead and substitute another font and eliminate the
This was posted earlier
This may be a solution; but even if it works, it seems ugly.
Save the pub file as a website
You now have a html file
Open with a text editor which I believe will identify the fonts used.
I feel like I should apologize. <G>
Don - Vancouver, USA
&q...Getting path from the full path and file name
This is my second question today. The question is how to get just the path
info from a string that contains path and file name information. I am
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: Hello again,
: This is my second question today. The question is how to get just the =
: info from a string that contains path and file name information. I am
: looking an MFC or WinAPI function to do that becaus...Preferred file group
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day) on a separate file group called HISTORY. I was wondering if there are
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That is, do I get a performance improvement if the index resides in the
default file group or if it resides in my HISTORY file group.
Thanks in advance,
You can create a seprate file for the indexes, that would help as the
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> Our application records transactional event...synch my notebooks
I work in onenote on my tablet and on a desktop that are not networked to
eachother. I use a USB drive on the tablet. I'd like to synch it with my
notebooks on the desktop. Any way I can do this? Thanks.
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> I work in onenote on my tablet and on a desktop that are not networked to
> eachother. I use a USB drive on the tablet. I'd like to synch it with my
> notebooks on the desktop. Any way I can do this? Thanks.
Your "original" notebooks should reside on the USB stick. They can then
b...Daily file save as webpage
I have a file that updates via query daily. After the
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Please note that this is not your typical file size question.
I have a macro-enabled Excel 2007 file that varies in size from 15-100Mb
depending on how much data I populate it with. Every day, in order to email
this file out, I alter it by doing the following:
Select all tabs (11 in all).
Select all cells
Delete 5 of the tabs
Save as a new Excel Workbook (not macro enabled)
The new file size is now roughly 600Kb.
However, all of a sudden, the changed file is about 2Mb. I made sure to
delete all the excess rows/columns. I deleted the one macro that I h...log files in folder MDBDATA
is it safe to delete the log files that's in the folder MDBDATA?
> is it safe to delete the log files that's in the folder MDBDATA?
This files will be deleted automatically after performing a full backup
with NTBackup. They are used for recovery.
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On Fri, 16 Sep 2005 22:15:01 -0700, "fanman36"
>is it safe to delete the log files that's in the folder MDBDATA?
No, you should not manually delete those files. Use an Exchange awar...Can Publisher 2003/2/00 read Publisher 2007 files?
I have a client interesting in buying Publisher 2007. Can Publisher 2007
files be read by 2003/2002? If not, can Publisher 2007 save in a format
2003/2 can read?
D Schoch wrote:
> I have a client interesting in buying Publisher 2007. Can Publisher 2007
> files be read by 2003/2002? If not, can Publisher 2007 save in a format
> 2003/2 can read?
Publisher 2007 shares its file format with Publishers 2002 and 2003. The
programs can read each others' files.
Publisher 2000 cannot read this file format; you are still able to save
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We have just started receiving Excel files from others that were created
using a MS Vista version of Excel. The file extension is XLS.
When we try to open the files using our XP version of Excel, the program
I am wondering what can be done so that Excel files can be exchanged between
the 2 operating systems?
Clearly this must be a well known problem, but I have had no success
stumbling on the answer.
The operating systems have nothing to do with the files. The files are
created by Excel. There is no MS Vista version of Excel. There are severa...howto: saveas with file name from a cell in the current worksheet
...saving a Publisher file as a .pdf
is there some way to save a newsletter made in Publisher as a .pdf file so we can send it over the internet?
After managing to set up OE-QuoteFix on his new PC, Ed reads a message
from james <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> is there some way to save a newsletter made in Publisher as a .pdf
> file so we can send it over the internet?
Yes, there is. In fact, there are a number of ways.
You can use Adobe's Acrobat software, from www.adobe.com, which costs a
couple of hundred dollars
Alternatively, you can use one of the cheaper alternative products, such as...How to compare PST files?
I sync two laptops with my PSTs with Goodsync on OL2007. That detects
differences at the file level. There USED to be a tool for comparing
PSTs, but it has been withdrawn. When the two PSTs are different, and I
have added to both of them, is there a tool that will find the
differences? Mail items only.
I'm happy with Easy2Sync:
Michael Bauer - MVP Outlook
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