Quickly Discover the Meaning of an Error Number

  • 6 June 2016
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Quickly Discover the Meaning of an Error Number

Sometimes a client or software program may report a SQL Server error number without the description. For example, you may see a reference to Msg 109, or some other cryptic number. To determine the error, simply query the sysmessages table in the master database. For example, to find out what Msg 109 means, issue the following query:

Show a Warning Dialog Box Again

  • 6 June 2016
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Show a Warning Dialog Box Again
Photoshop warnings are a useful teaching tool for uneducated users, but they sure can get annoying! If you're quick to select the Don't Show Again check box before you even read–let alone head–the warning, never fear. There is a way to get the prompt to display again. Follow this simple trick: Choose Photoshop > Preferences > General (Edit > Preferences > General in Windows) to open the General Preferences panel. 

Simplify IOS Management Across Devices

  • 6 June 2016
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Simplify IOS Management Across Devices
Having or inheriting your network with devices having different versions of IOS installed can complicate management tasks. For example, when troubleshooting, having different versions of IOS around may cause confusion about the source of a problem or how to fix it. Cisco continually updates IOS to fix bugs and offer new features, but in most cases you should avoid the temptation to upgrade IOS in only part of your network.

Use the Calendar Control on your VBA Forms

  • 6 June 2016
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Use the Calendar Control on your VBA Forms
One way to avoid date validation routines on your VBA forms is to use the Calendar control, which looks just like a calendar. A user can choose a date by simply clicking on that date on the Calendar control. To add the Calendar control to a user form, you first have to add the calendar control to your Control toolbox.

Use Group Policy to Rename the Administrator Account

  • 6 June 2016
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Use Group Policy to Rename the Administrator Account
As you know, it’s a best security practice to rename the built-in administrator and guest accounts. Rather than renaming these accounts in the Computer Management console, the preferred method is to use the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Group Policy, as described in these steps:

Avoid this Easy Mistake when Troubleshooting CSS Code

  • 6 June 2016
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Avoid this Easy Mistake when Troubleshooting CSS Code

One of the most common ways of troubleshooting code is to comment out certain parts to see how the application would behave without them. This technique is also highly useful with CSS, since you may want to test how a site would look with certain CSS selectors or property assignments removed. However, commenting sections out using "/*" and "*/" can have unintended effects if code comments (such as descriptions above each set of related selectors) already exist within the section you're trying to disable.


Center HTML Elements

  • 31 May 2016
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Center HTML Elements
Centering an element horizontally is easy in CSS (e.g., setting margin-left and margin-right to auto and designating a width), but doing so can sometimes work against you if the content is viewed on a cellphone or other device with a narrow screen. Even if the element's width is well within the width of the screen, the right part may still be cut off. Hence, you may decide to just use left alignment to preserve space when a user views the web page on a narrow screen.

Use this Trick to Preview and Print Older Version Files

  • 31 May 2016
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Use this Trick to Preview and Print Older Version Files
Photoshop certainly has a leg up on backwards compatibility. Not so with Illustrator or InDesign. How many times have you failed to open a file—even to do nothing more than preview or print—because it was created with a more recent version than you have? Don't fear, there is a workaround. First, launch InDesign. Choose File > Place, navigate to the Illustrator or InDesign file that you want to print, select it, and click Open. Click on the page to place the file. You can either print this file or export it as a PDF (File > Export) for easy viewing the next time!
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