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"The Simpsons" TV show has been on the air for 23 seasons, and in that timespan has made mention of numerous books and magazines. Most -- if not all -- are due to the bookworm of the family, Lisa Simpson.
Back in October, Pete sent out an email message asking folks to periodically empty their Outlook "Deleted Items" folder. He and Jody had noticed that some mailboxes have "enormous amounts" of email stored in their Deleted Items or Spam folders.
All of the email is backed up every day. It would save a lot of time and space on the server if we only needed to worry about preserving necessary items.
Sometimes a simple search in Google brings up too many results that aren't relevant to what you want. For example, if you're searching for info on the wild cat breed of jaguars, you don't want to wade through search results about Jaguar automobiles too.
Here's the trick for how to NOT search for a word:
In Excel, when you want to copy information into a new column, the column’s width doesn’t automatically adjust to accommodate the new data. But if you use Excel's "Paste Special" option, you can copy the source column’s width to the target column.
In Excel 2007 and 2010, Paste Special is in the Clipboard group on the Home tab. In Excel 2003, Paste Special is on the Edit menu.
If you need to collect and report reference transactions at your library — like for board reports or the Public Library Annual Report — and would like a better way than hashmarks on paper that get transferred to a spreadsheet, take a look at this article...