• How do I format numbers in a Word Mail Merge with Excel as the source?

    The value in Excel is 88.309 exactly. It's showing up as 88.30899999999999. Short of changing the Excel values to text, how can I get Word to display this more accurately, or using a specified format?
    The value in Excel is 88.309 exactly. It's showing up as 88.30899999999999. Short of changing the Excel values to text, how can I get Word to display this more accurately, or using a specified format?
    1 answer · Software · 1 week ago
  • Why have Electronic Arts and Activision stock dropped so much in the last week or so?

    I ve tried to do some research but I m not finding much. I d like to do my own research, but I could use some assistance in how to find something like this.
    I ve tried to do some research but I m not finding much. I d like to do my own research, but I could use some assistance in how to find something like this.
    Investing · 1 week ago
  • What became of XOOM stock?

    I used to own this, but sold it a few years ago. I'm wondering how the stock has performed, but it's no longer listed. Was it exchanged for PayPal or eBay stock after it was acquired?
    I used to own this, but sold it a few years ago. I'm wondering how the stock has performed, but it's no longer listed. Was it exchanged for PayPal or eBay stock after it was acquired?
    2 answers · Investing · 2 weeks ago
  • Add or subtract a single dot to make this a true equation.?

    I don't see how a single dot doesn't anything useful. Do you?
    I don't see how a single dot doesn't anything useful. Do you?
    2 answers · Mathematics · 1 month ago
  • How many watts does a Surface Pro 4 power supply put out?

    I think I need a new wall charger / power supply for SP4 Model 1724 (with 128 GB, Core i5). The one that came with it is only 31 watts (12V X 2.58A output--don't know how anyone get 35W from those specs). Replacement chargers are described as 35, 45, upt to 65 watts. What's with all the variation? ShouId I have received a 65W charger? If I... show more
    I think I need a new wall charger / power supply for SP4 Model 1724 (with 128 GB, Core i5). The one that came with it is only 31 watts (12V X 2.58A output--don't know how anyone get 35W from those specs). Replacement chargers are described as 35, 45, upt to 65 watts. What's with all the variation? ShouId I have received a 65W charger? If I get a 65W charger, will it charge faster? So, what should have come with the device, and how powerful a charger should I have?
    2 answers · Other - Electronics · 1 month ago
  • Why was Pence so adamant about a 5-year sunset provision in renegotiating NAFTA?

    That would seem to do a lot to increase uncertainty about the status of trade arrangements, and almost undermine it. What's Pence's point here? His nonsense about "U.S. always got a bad deal" seems irrelevant. What am I missing?
    That would seem to do a lot to increase uncertainty about the status of trade arrangements, and almost undermine it. What's Pence's point here? His nonsense about "U.S. always got a bad deal" seems irrelevant. What am I missing?
    1 answer · Economics · 3 months ago
  • Was someone trying to steal a garage door opener code? See details.?

    My neighbor has a scary experience today. When she came home, she drove down our street, which has a median, and noticed a car slowly backing out of a cul-de-sac in the wrong direction. She drove around the back of the building to access her garage, and the car sped up to catch up with her. It stopped outside her garage. When she started to back out... show more
    My neighbor has a scary experience today. When she came home, she drove down our street, which has a median, and noticed a car slowly backing out of a cul-de-sac in the wrong direction. She drove around the back of the building to access her garage, and the car sped up to catch up with her. It stopped outside her garage. When she started to back out to better straighten out her car, it sped away. I think someone in the car had some kind of scanner and was trying to catch her opener's code. Does that make sense? I don't know what else would explain the suspicious behavior. Is this sort of thing often done?
    4 answers · Law Enforcement & Police · 4 months ago
  • My AC adaptor runs my laptop just fine, but the battery isn't charging. Help!?

    And I get the dreaded "plugged in, not charging" message when I mouse over the battery icon in the task bar. I've researched it and tried all the suggestions. It does charge briefly when I go into the BIOS screen by pressing F2 at start up and do a "save and exit" (without actually changing anything). Then it will charge for... show more
    And I get the dreaded "plugged in, not charging" message when I mouse over the battery icon in the task bar. I've researched it and tried all the suggestions. It does charge briefly when I go into the BIOS screen by pressing F2 at start up and do a "save and exit" (without actually changing anything). Then it will charge for a brief time, maybe a minute or so, then stop charging. I can tell if it's charging or not by the lights. A white light on the side of the laptop tells me the AC adaptor is plugged in, and an orange light next to it tells me when it's charging. The OS is Win 10 Home 64-bit. The laptop is an ASUS Q505U purchased last November. How can I get it to charge again? I can't tell what's wrong or how to fix it.
    2 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 5 months ago
  • How confident are scientists that certain meteors are from Mars, or when they were formed?

    E.g., Wikipedia has "a meteorite found in 2011 in the Sahara desert, was determined to be from Mars and found to contain ten times the water of other Mars meteorites found on Earth.] The meteorite was determined to have formed 2.1 billion years ago during the Amazonian geologic period on Mars." That's pretty specific and pretty... show more
    E.g., Wikipedia has "a meteorite found in 2011 in the Sahara desert, was determined to be from Mars and found to contain ten times the water of other Mars meteorites found on Earth.] The meteorite was determined to have formed 2.1 billion years ago during the Amazonian geologic period on Mars." That's pretty specific and pretty fantastic. Too fantastic. it seems too far a stretch to be believable. Now, I'm not a science denier--far from it. But his just strains credibility. Comments would be appreciated. "These meteorites are thought to be from Mars because they have elemental and isotopic compositions that are similar to rocks and atmosphere gases analyzed by spacecraft on Mars." Do we really have enough detail to say these came from Mars. Again, it strains credibility. And couldn't the composition similarities be a coincidence?
    9 answers · Astronomy & Space · 5 months ago
  • In Excel 2016, how do I determine what style has been applied to a cell?

    A lot of cells have messed up number formatting but I can't tell which style was applied to them. I want to change that style so that cells throughout the worksheet have the correct format (but many cells have a different style/format applied and I want to retain those). Maybe the cells aren't formatted by any style, but just have an ad hoc... show more
    A lot of cells have messed up number formatting but I can't tell which style was applied to them. I want to change that style so that cells throughout the worksheet have the correct format (but many cells have a different style/format applied and I want to retain those). Maybe the cells aren't formatted by any style, but just have an ad hoc formatting change. In fact, that's likely. But I'd still like to know if there is a way to tell what style, if any, has been applied to a cell.
    2 answers · Software · 5 months ago
  • Where did my old email accounts go after installing a MS Exchange Server account?

    I just started a new job, working from home. The company has provided a MS Exchange Server account, which I installed following instructions. Now my PC's Outlook only shows the new account. All my prior accounts are gone. I had the impression that I'd have a change between switching between them, but I don't see any way to do this. So... show more
    I just started a new job, working from home. The company has provided a MS Exchange Server account, which I installed following instructions. Now my PC's Outlook only shows the new account. All my prior accounts are gone. I had the impression that I'd have a change between switching between them, but I don't see any way to do this. So what happened when I installed the MS-ES account? I made the poor choice of installing this late on a Friday afternoon, and I think the company's IT person is gone for the week-end, so I'm SOL on the prior email accounts, it seems. I can access them by logging in via a browser, but I had a lot of saved emails no longer on the server. I have the .pst files, so I can recover them, I'm pretty sure. But I don't really understand what happened or how I should have done things. Probably using a dedicated PC was the way to go.
    1 answer · Other - Computers · 6 months ago
  • If A is a proper normal subgroup of B, and B is a proper normal subgroup of C, under what conditions is A a normal subgroup of C?

    Can you completely characterize when A will be normal? Assume A <> {e} if you need to.
    Can you completely characterize when A will be normal? Assume A <> {e} if you need to.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 7 months ago
  • Will Blue Tooth earbuds has fidelity equal to plug-in earbuds?

    Specifically wondering about using these with a Samsung Galaxy S5. Does a Blue Tooth connection have fidelity and frequency response equal to that provided directly to plug-in earphones? I think the answer is no, but how much worse is it? Also wondering about other, more recent model phones. Is Blue Tooth fidelity on more recent models improved over... show more
    Specifically wondering about using these with a Samsung Galaxy S5. Does a Blue Tooth connection have fidelity and frequency response equal to that provided directly to plug-in earphones? I think the answer is no, but how much worse is it? Also wondering about other, more recent model phones. Is Blue Tooth fidelity on more recent models improved over earlier ones?
    1 answer · Music & Music Players · 8 months ago
  • Laptop screen has gone to B&W?

    I suddenly lost all color on my laptop display. Ran device troubleshooter and found I2C HID device was disable. Enabled it but no change. When I reboot, the desktop momentarily displays in normal color, then goes B&W again. This is a brand new ASUS 15" 2-in-one, with Windows 10 Home 64 bit. Any ideas what's up? Display gone bad?... show more
    I suddenly lost all color on my laptop display. Ran device troubleshooter and found I2C HID device was disable. Enabled it but no change. When I reboot, the desktop momentarily displays in normal color, then goes B&W again. This is a brand new ASUS 15" 2-in-one, with Windows 10 Home 64 bit. Any ideas what's up? Display gone bad? Graphics "card" (integrated on Core i5 8th generation processor) gone bad? Some setting adjusted wrong (couldn't find anything relevant).
    3 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 8 months ago
  • What affordable SUV has the most luggage capacity (room behind 2nd row of seats)?

    Some of the SUV's I've seen don't seem very roomy back there. I like the vehicle style, but I'd want to have plenty of room for luggage for 4 adults.
    Some of the SUV's I've seen don't seem very roomy back there. I like the vehicle style, but I'd want to have plenty of room for luggage for 4 adults.
    13 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 9 months ago
  • How durable are today's 2-in-1 computers?

    I am replacing my physically broken down HP laptop. Maybe I'm hard on laptops, or maybe HP's don't hold up (the touch pads have always been crappy, IMHO). I'm wondering if a 2-in-1 would last under my "normal" use. Or would a traditional laptop be a better choice?
    I am replacing my physically broken down HP laptop. Maybe I'm hard on laptops, or maybe HP's don't hold up (the touch pads have always been crappy, IMHO). I'm wondering if a 2-in-1 would last under my "normal" use. Or would a traditional laptop be a better choice?
    2 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 9 months ago
  • Can I somehow reuse a Core i7 CPU?

    I am going to replace my laptop with a new one, because the old one is failing mechanically. The case is cracked and will soon break up and be beyond repair. The keyboard has some spotty keys. It's a shame, since it still functions well, but just won't hold up much longer (thanks for your product quality, HP). It has a Intel Core i7-4700MQ... show more
    I am going to replace my laptop with a new one, because the old one is failing mechanically. The case is cracked and will soon break up and be beyond repair. The keyboard has some spotty keys. It's a shame, since it still functions well, but just won't hold up much longer (thanks for your product quality, HP). It has a Intel Core i7-4700MQ CPU, which is fairly high-end for laptop, from what I can tell. Is there some way I can salvage this and put it into another laptop? I'm trying to save money on my next laptop. I hate paying for a new Core i7 CPU when I have a perfectly good one. If there's a way, how difficult would it be to install? I've done some work inside this laptop, replacing the fan and the mouse pad, though I'm far from an expert technician. But I'm willing to try it myself if it's not an extremely difficult thing to do.
    5 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 9 months ago