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How to Create a Project Schedule with “Click-and-Drag” in Excel

The following article shows how to mark out and interrogate a calendar with the mouse. *In the real world, we’d open a form to read and write meaningful diary entries to a database. This exercise simply reveals the mechanics of right_clicking, and finds the details from the worksheet itself. Before we begin, a few words of explanation about the spreadsheet, a working model of which can be found here. The Process Clicking on a cell within the grid will highlight that cell and change...

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6 Common Problems Caused by Bad Sectors on Hard Drive

On hard drive, sectors refer to the sections of the platter from which data is written and read. Therefore, bad sectors can lead to multiple problems on the hard drive. In this article, we will expose 6 of the common problems. A sector is actually a small container for storing data on a hard drive. Thus, if any sector gets damaged, it’ll be unable to be used any longer. Such sectors are called as bad sectors. Generally, few bad sectors will not result in too serious issues. But, if there...

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How to Print a Contact Group in Only One Page in Your Outlook

Outlook prints contact group in two pages. The first page is mostly blank, only with the group name, and the second page contains group members. If you wish to print a contact group in only one page, you can utilize the method shared in this article. Perhaps you have noticed that Outlook prints contact group, by default, in two pages. The first page is printing the contact group name only, and the second one is printing the group members. In this case, you may feel that it is wasting papers....

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