This seems to be a common occurrence. The workaround I have found invovles Powershell . Simply Export the Configuration Settings – into say c:\config.xml Run the following command in a powershell window Install-WindowsFeature -ConfigurationFilePath c:\config.xml
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SwitchySharp is an advanced proxy manager for Google Chrome. It lets you switch between multiple proxies – detect whether your traffic is going DIRECT or through a PROXY (check the GLOBE icon on the extensions toolbar).
I pasted pictures into my documents – only to find that they did not display. It turns out that it has to do with the default wrapping style on the picture and the text. To change the Wrapping style … Continue reading
Windows Server Roadmap 1. Windows Server 2003 approaching end of support in July 2015. 2. Support for Windows Server 2008 ends in Jan 2020 SQL Server Roadmap 3. Support for SQL Server 2005 ends April 2016 4. Support for SQL … Continue reading
What I wanted was to be able to select a few pages (say pages 1 through 3 – and DELETE everything ELSE – i.e. – INVERT The selection. Unfortunately, amongst all of the 10,000 plus features in MS Word, this … Continue reading
With my own vanity domain name (anujvarma.com), I had my own email address – and was happy until last year. Suddenly, the spam volume to my custom email account was off the charts. Applying all the possible spam filter on … Continue reading
I don’t know why Microsoft has to change things around completely with every new release of MS Office. However, if you have an existing MS PPT 2010 presentation – and need to save that as a THEME (new name for … Continue reading
I do not like the default Outlook fonts. I prefer Palatino Linotype for all my new messages. In addition, I like to specifically mark MY responses – in an email chain – so that people do not confuse who said … Continue reading
If you are stuck with a non-widescreen template (theme), you may still be able to show your LIVE presentation in widescreen mode. This can be done by: Click the Design tab, and then click Slide Size. Change from Standard … Continue reading