I browse one of the PC here in my office and I’m loooking for files that are needed for my business report. Sadly, I’m not able to open it. It tells me that content files are hidden. How to make these filed visible? I’m hoping for someone to help me with this.. Thanks!
on Thu, 2012-04-05 20:26
I am wondering if there is a certain method in which you can transfer data from a physical file that saves you the trouble of changing the file in Excel. The reason for this is because my attempt of doing it using the Excel Data Transfer Add In yielded cells that had a syntax which was impossible to read, it seems as if a space is being populated with a 4040 string. I am also interested in how to have the columns populated correctly in the cells. Thanks in advance for your help.
on Thu, 2012-02-23 17:53
I have tried to open Task Manager but I don’t understand why I can’t start it. Then I’ve right clicked on the taskbar as well as ctrl+alter+delete process but I still can’t start it. I have been researching some forums but still I can’t understand where the main problem is. Then I have downloaded Hijack. This is what I have found but this is also unable to recognize what to remove to fix my problem.
Need your help to solve this. Thanks in advance.
on Thu, 2012-02-23 15:36
My Dell Inspiron Laptop computer, XP Pro went into hibernation mode after insufficient amount of battery was left. When I booted it I realized some applications were behaving weirdly. All of the Microsoft Office Professional 7 applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) changed their appearance on the monitor screen. Like for instance in Microsoft Excel, the work area appeared with the color light gray and some white lines and icons. This should have been a white background with border indention and function icons. And the header should have the file name of the current opened document. All of the other programs and applications were normal except the Office applications. What happened to my laptop?
on Tue, 2012-02-21 17:24
I have downloaded Office 2010 Home and Student Trial but am unable to use. When I make an attempt to open any office application I receive this error code “This program can't start because oart.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix the problem”. I have tried all MS web solutions including reinstalling but only to be failed. Currently because of this problem I am using Open Office. However, I want to use MS Office because it is much better than open office. If this is a common issue for MS Office then I better not buy it.
I am searching for help. Can anyone?
on Wed, 2012-02-15 23:05
I am running Windows XP and I am whenever I try to shut down my pc I am prompted with the message reading: “The application failed to initialize because the windows station is being shut down.”
on Thu, 2012-02-02 12:36