I used disk2vhd to render a vhd of my desktop but it only got so far in VBox.I'm thinking that the operation loading bar graphs at the beginning are some sort of boot loader.It did those two then stopped and started over.Remember this is a digital file reader machine and it appears to have some rules.It could be it was whatever they could get to work made it to the OS.There are some programs that will allow you to dual boot a vhd.They're cool to see work.I did another one where you call up a command prompt at the Win 7 install,I assume after the adapter card driver is loaded.This one,some command prompt stuff from a site,was supposed to install the OS right into a vhd right on the hard drive.I ended up with a 78 mb vhd file that didn't run in VBox.I don't like command prompt at all but his rap sounded so convincing.I ended up putting my Active Boot Disk restore for my laptop in the SD drive and a Boot (x) file appeared.This one is nice.I also downloaded the BIOS flash for the laptop and run that one several times a day.With BIOS flashing you're on your own.It's a heart pounder.If it sticks at all fans running with no boot just slide the battery out and in again with the power disconnected.
Vhd,ISO,restore files and many other types of files are image files.They are an image of the contents on the hard drive.What makes them different is unknown to me.Some software programs will say that little is known about this or that file type.Are the operating rules that we are seeing for the computer the designer's rules or some system that for some just is.I'm in deep and I am still wondering about the logic system used.With your disk writing software you can make an ISO file that can be used in VBox.If you use a computer restore file you can experiment as much as you want.With VBox you might use XP instead of Win 7.They yell at you for not being x64 even though you are.It's a lot of hard work and then you get stopped somewhere by a pop up.Making a vhd of XP was nice for me.I use it a lot.I put my vhd's on DVD's for future use.
if you approach it with this in mind it would be good.Think about a disk writing program.Step by step the electronics has to be told what to do.Win Builder calls it script,a program order of events.You tell the computer what to do and it does it.I use this script file because it gets calls the disk writer and so on.It really has to be exact and unerring at this level.That's why I like computers.Somewhere in there is a citadel or reason and logic.
Select the area of spread sheet you wish to print, hold down the Ctrl key and select successive parts of the spreadsheet, let go of the Ctrl key and press the print icon and you will get each selected area of the spreadsheet printed on different sheets. It's easy, why bother with coding?
Custom Views in Excel is the easiest and best way to view or print the same worksheet in different ways because you can apply sort and filter, have different headers and footers, different page orientation and hide columns and rows as part of a view. You can then switch easily from one view to another without having to do anything further or learn any shortcuts. I love using Custom Views because of its simplicity alone.
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