Hello...Earth to Excel?

Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by wegs, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

    have you tested this theory yet ?

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    i find excel can be a pain in the ass often when opening stored docs when you already have it open.
    it is buggy programing which is probably facilitated by windblows

    someone from windblows probably needs to tell exell to sort their shit out

    there is critical level coding that dominates the system base software in their infinite wisdom at "making things easy" and probably syncing things.

    are you running 'what-eva version 10 plus painpointOH" ?

    you cant fix it
    you can only work around while you throw your laptop at the wall

    have you asked for T2 IT help desk to escalate your issue with needing an onsite technician to "turn it off then on again" ?
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  3. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

    "allow multiple instances of excel"
    "open excel documents in their own window"
    "increase page size"
    "increase buffer"
    "check board rate & ram"

    rinse and repeat for a silky smooth finish
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  5. wegs Matter and Pixie Dust Valued Senior Member

    Oh yes yes yesss! My excel problem is fixed! *blush*

    It actually is. lol Not sure how, but I'm no longer receiving those annoying ''not responding'' messages.
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  7. iceaura Valued Senior Member

    From you I prefer silence - both your irrelevancies and your falsehoods waste time.
    You make demands? Dude - get a clue.
    Irrelevant - it isn't. Not compared with the half dozen superior alternatives, anyway.

    Last estimate I ran across was that allowing Microsoft to dominate the software market has cost the US between 1% and 4% of its GDP - minimum. That was several years ago - it got worse after that.

    Millions of people have had to wait on or deal with Microsoft's buggy, half-assed, beta-released software - for decades now. Imagine the side effects of that level of dysfunction having become the business standard (to the point that hardware was (and is?) being designed to be "microsoft reliable" - that is, to malfunction just infrequently enough that the user would not be able to distinguish its malfunctions from the normal glitch rate of Microsoft software.)
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2019

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