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    Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Dear Users,

    We are running a small survey on Excel Forum (Refer to following Google form link) and we request you to kindly take out a few minutes from your precious time to answer enclosed questions for us to improve our services and user experience.

    Excel Forum - Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Thanks and best regards,
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    P.S. Please note that each user (IP address) can respond only once.
    Last edited by EFmanagement; 06-02-2016 at 01:19 AM. Reason: Changed Title and made correction in the thread

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    I have just completed the survey. All it asks is the version of Excel I use and how long I've been using Excel: how are you going to be able to improve your services and user experience from just this information? Would it not make more sense to ask questions about the way that I use the current forums?
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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    What if someone does not have, does not want and will not register, a Google account?

    But as the survey seems to only be asking for personal details like email address, experience with Excel and the like, it doesn't really matter... I can't see how that is going to improve issues on the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    I have just completed the survey. All it asks is the version of Excel I use and how long I've been using Excel: how are you going to be able to improve your services and user experience from just this information? Would it not make more sense to ask questions about the way that I use the current forums?
    Hi Ali,

    We understand your curiosity that how these questions will help us to improve better but trust us, we are putting each required effort to make it better platform in terms of services we can offer you most. We will be coming up with few more surveys in future that will be a part of this exercise in fact.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding,
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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    OK. I'll look forward to taking part in a survey that might actually have something to do with user experience, then. Thanks!

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by cytop View Post
    What if someone does not have, does not want and will not register, a Google account?
    It is not necessary to have a google account as it is mentioned there, that you have to fill out your EF username and registered email id. Also, if someone does not want to fill out the form, we cannot force them to do it. Since, this is a public community and whosoever likes to participate, is welcome to do so.

    But as the survey seems to only be asking for personal details like email address, experience with Excel and the like, it doesn't really matter... I can't see how that is going to improve issues on the forum.
    EDIT - Removed Email-address option from the survey.

    The personal details are just to know that who all have submitted their responses from our community. On your 2nd point, please trust us that this feedback will surely help us to analyze few things we need to know to enrich your experience.

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    Last edited by EFmanagement; 06-02-2016 at 01:30 AM. Reason: EDIT - Removed Email-address option from the survey.

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    ...not necessary to have a google account as it is mentioned there
    "This form contains features which require sign in. Your identity will not be revealed."

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    I am not impressed by this approach, especially not by 'trust us'.



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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    It's not forum feedback if it's asking for Excel experience. Also, why do you need an email address and the username, if you have a username, you have the email address or is this email harvesting? I don't see a privacy section on there stating what you will do with the data.

    I suspect you already know what the forum issues are. Why do you want to add features when the forum is broken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle123 View Post
    It's not forum feedback if it's asking for Excel experience. Also, why do you need an email address and the username, if you have a username, you have the email address or is this email harvesting? I don't see a privacy section on there stating what you will do with the data...
    Hi Kyle,

    The FORM which we created, is Google form. And if we had not asked username and registered email address there, then we would not know who has submitted what.

    We have only asked for Excel Forum's user name and registered email id and we don't think that there should be any problem in providing for our registered users. However, in case someone have any problem, can skip participating here.

    We do not share Email address or any information of users with anyone. Since, this is for all registered users who have already agreed to the rules / terms & conditions at the time of registration, so we didn't think of keep it there.

    I suspect you already know what the forum issues are. Why do you want to add features when the forum is broken?
    We didn't observe any major issue(s) recently which says the forum is not working or broken. However, whenever there is any issue or problem reported, TT always work very hard to sort that out as soon as possible they can.

    We also want you to understand that we have different teams behind EF and trying our best to serve you better in every terms. So, it would be highly appreciated if we get support from our senior members to do the same.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding,
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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    Why isn't the username sufficient?
    We didn't observe any major issue(s) recently which says the forum is not working or broken. However, whenever there is any issue or problem reported, TT always work very hard to sort that out as soon as possible they can.
    Really?
    http://www.excelforum.com/suggestion...ion-times.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/suggestion...tachments.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/suggestion...the-forum.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/the-water-...png-files.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/the-water-...plication.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/the-water-...ver-error.html

    And that's just from the first page

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    Apart from a brief period of about a week, this forum has been blocked by Websense filtering (used by numerous enterprises worldwide) for well over a YEAR. This has been reported numerous times. How is me telling you what version of Office I use (information that is in most profiles already) or how long I've been doing it going to help the incredible Tech Team rectify that? Or any of the other forum issues?

    In fact, can you name me anything related to that survey information that would improve this forum experience?

    Before you thank me for it, my patience is worn extremely thin and my understanding is pretty much non-existent here. Perhaps you could put those two metrics in your next survey.

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    We also want you to understand that we have different teams behind EF and trying our best to serve you better in every terms. So, it would be highly appreciated if we get support from our senior members to do the same.
    Had you wanted input from the "senior members of the forum", it would have made a lot of sense if you had posted a thread in the Veterans' Forum telling us about your plans to seek input from us in various on-line questionnaires.

    As Kyle has already pointed out, there are many threads discussing various forum issues. And, in fact, there have been several crashes in the last few day. Plus the attempts at double posting, many of which do get posted. I can't even be bothered reporting them any more. If you email the forum Admin, you just get an automated reply and never, ever get feedback on the issue or its resolution. Waste of time and effort.

    Can't see the value of responding to an ill advised and thought out questionnaire, so I won't be completing it. In actual fact, I can't complete it effectively as I currently use 2007 and 2010, and I used to use 2003. I don't have 2013 at the moment, or 2016, so I'm not "all of the above", but I cannot reflect my actual usage.

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    @ Trevor...
    If you email the forum Admin, you just get an automated reply and never, ever get feedback
    Hope that was not directed at Jerry or myself?

    And in response to this thread request, I too, see no point in what use the data being gathered, would serve

    Tell us what you are doing, what you intend collecting, and HOW this will improve the forum...then MAYBE members *may* consider participating. Until you take that step - good luck
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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    Hi Kyle,

    Thanks for taking time to identify threads reported in the past few weeks. However, we would also like you to know that we have already taken into account these issues and some of them have been resolved or provided alternates. The issues which are not yet resolved or pending are due to compatibility issues on which our tech team is already working.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS View Post
    Had you wanted input from the "senior members of the forum", it would have made a lot of sense if you had posted a thread in the Veterans' Forum telling us about your plans to seek input from us in various on-line questionnaires.
    We always seek feedback of senior members. Whenever we plan something new and we feel it requires attention of senior members or admins, we personally message to site admins seeking their approval. However, this feedback form was just to collect basic interest of the users on the forum.

    As Kyle has already pointed out, there are many threads discussing various forum issues.
    We agree with Kyle's point however, most of them were already reported on time as soon as we got to know and we tried our best to resolve them asap.

    And, in fact, there have been several crashes in the last few day. Plus the attempts at double posting, many of which do get posted. I can't even be bothered reporting them any more. If you email the forum Admin, you just get an automated reply and never, ever get feedback on the issue or its resolution. Waste of time and effort.
    The site was down few days back however, within 5 minutes the issue was resolved and site was working fine.

    The reason of double posting is sometime slow network speed or traffic overload in that specific time. Also, security firewall settings within user's network sometimes does not allow some sites to pass through the security barrier, the user in that case cannot access the website. This can be overcome by switching to some other network.

    On your point of emailing to the forum admin, could you please let us know whom did you send an email to and you didn't get any response? Since, writing at admin@excelforum.com, would get you an automated reply, but you will for sure get a response within 24 working hours on your query.

    Can't see the value of responding to an ill advised and thought out questionnaire, so I won't be completing it. In actual fact, I can't complete it effectively as I currently use 2007 and 2010, and I used to use 2003. I don't have 2013 at the moment, or 2016, so I'm not "all of the above", but I cannot reflect my actual usage.

    Insane!
    Not responding to the questionnaire is your free will and we are not forcing you to do so. But, there is no harm in completing a small set of questions in the hope that it will help us to know our target audience better and developed content more suitable to their needs and preferences in future.

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by EFmanagement View Post
    Hi Kyle,

    Thanks for taking time to identify threads reported in the past few weeks. However, we would also like you to know that we have already taken into account these issues and some of them have been resolved or provided alternates. The issues which are not yet resolved or pending are due to compatibility issues on which our tech team is already working.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Thanks,
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    So what have you done about the png issue and the websense?

    Do you have a status thread where these issues are listed and their current status? It would add transparency and improve relations with members of we could see you're actually doing something.
    Last edited by Kyle123; 05-31-2016 at 01:58 AM.

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    This can be overcome by switching to some other network.
    Oh, don't talk rubbish. I'm connected to the Internet by my ISP. I don't have a choice of networks.

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    I assumed that was a typo and they meant switching to some other forum.

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    That a LOT of wrong letters

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    True, but it's more feasible than the alternative, so I gave the benefit of the doubt.

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    Why bother doing a survey at all when it's blatantly clear from this thread alone that you have no interest in listening to any of your members' thoughts or opinions?

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    Re: Excel Forum - Feedback

    Hi, Mr EF Management, Sir.
    Possibly I misunderstood this:
    Quote Originally Posted by EFmanagement View Post
    It is not necessary to have a google account as it is mentioned there, that you have to fill out your EF username and registered email id. .......
    ??? I looked on a few Computers, tried different browsers ( Goggle chrome and IE 9 and IE 11) using a couple of IP Addresses.

    It does not let me fill in the form if I do not log-in to a gmail account ( which I do not have , and nor does my Wife !! )

    This is what we see:
    GoogleFuckOff.JPG

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    P.s. _ I am in Germany, as is probably obvious, so I will translate that bit about the log-in requirement

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    “Log-in with your Google Account
    The form contains functions for which registration is required. Your identity will not be revealed


    Correct English Translation
    Hi, this is Google. I probably know all about you anyway. But just to make sure and help keep my records up to date, fill this in so I can continue to give a great service to those who pay me for all the data I collect from everyone. I may not always give away your identity, but certainly as much details as I can, or am paid for to give out or I will use it myself in any way I can think of that would be to my advantage.


    ( That is me more criticising Google than anything else.. But I am a bit nervous of anything or anyone working “with” them )
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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by EFmanagement View Post

    P.S. Please note that each user (IP address) can respond only once.

    Can you inform us how you check this ?

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    Hi snb
    Quote Originally Posted by snb View Post
    Can you inform us how you check this ?
    Does this help.... I mean it is easy for you to check what IP you are using at any time: There appear to be lots of free sites on that: This one just told me my IP and threw up a Google Map showing exactly where I am!!! ( Good old spying Google Lol... )
    http://whatismyipaddress.com/de/meine-ip
    http://whatismyipaddress.com/?u=TRUE

    ( BTW. I found it strange just recently when EF Management asked someone for their IP. I was sure all Forums “Log them”. A lot of Forums I use say they log all, and Mr Excel, for example often ban some IP Addresses when they do not like those using it....)
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    On second read I see you may have been asking how they check you - I think the software does that automatically. They use here similar software to MrExcel. A Mod there told me that the vBulletin software automatically shows them all IP Addresses.
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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    @alan

    I know that is the case, but when someone answers their 'Google-survey' how do they check the survey login to the IP that is registered in the forumsoftware ?

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I'm sure I recall a response from Kyle a little while back saying they can't see our actual IP addresses because of the fire wall. Or perhaps I'm getting confused

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    I'm sure I recall a response from Kyle a little while back saying they can't see our actual IP addresses because of the fire wall. Or perhaps I'm getting confused
    So maybe they just ask their Partner Google then
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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    not quite admin and mods can see your IP

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    What is a IP ... And who can see it.......

    Hi Pike
    Quote Originally Posted by pike View Post
    not quite admin and mods can see your IP
    Maybe Kyle meant ( I mean Trevor said he thought Kyle had said / meant ? ( a few Posts back ) ) that you can have yourself a Firewall that prevents them them seeing that. Or is that rubbish and not possible?
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    We rambled a bit about IP here as well I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by pike View Post
    not quite admin and mods can see your IP
    Just to verify that, can you confirm that your IP is 20x.x.xxx3.2?

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    Here's meine, as got by visiting any of many sites that offer to give it..
    xx.xxx.x22.83
    Can you see that?

    But I have no Protection, firewalls etc, at least not on the old Computer I access EF on ..
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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    not quite...
    xx.xxx.x11.159

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    Wierd, Probably Kyle will pop by and set us straight?

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    naaa probably not a static IP, changes to find the fastest connection - no biggie

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Mine ends in xx.xx.173.88.

    That reflects the location of my ISP

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Every forum you go to needs to know your IP address in order to respond.

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    The forum will respond to the IP address coming in. When the response goes out, the IP address coming in will be translated back to the source IP Address. That implies that you can communicate, which obviously you can, but you may not necessarily know the true IP address.

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    @Ford: what IP address do you see for me?

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    ISP I 'S A Poxy Proxy .. Kyle can't always get his extension up, Oh er Mussis

    Just a minor point to confues the issue.....Some people use Proxies, I doubt if a Forum would , or Google Questionaire or who whatever might want to limit one reply, one person there etc.. as many or other legit users may be ( having ) to use those.. ?!?

    Or maybe they do, .
    http://www.excelforum.com/the-water-...ml#post4181123
    . Kyle can have difficulty getting his great extension up there
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    Re: ISP I 'S A Poxy Proxy .. Kyle can't always get his extension up, Oh er Mussis

    Google Knows all.. and for a Price they will tell you everything you want to know...
    What is a IP ... And who can see it.......
    ISP I 'S A Poxy Proxy .. Kyle can't always get his extension up, Oh er Mussis
    How are you able to change the post title if you're not the thread starter?
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    I am a Forum Expert me Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Valko View Post
    How are you able to change the post title if you're not the thread starter?
    Hi Tony,
    I Guess that is just one of those things you know... when you are a Forum Expert Lol....Lol Lol
    http://www.excelforum.com/the-water-...apologies.html

    ( Sent you a Private Message telling you how...... I know you do not accept them.. But you will receive it anyway, Lol...
    again, just one of those things you know, when you are. a ...........)

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    FAO: Tony Valko

    ... When you reply, click on Go Advanced. And the world is your lobster

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by TMS View Post
    @Ford: what IP address do you see for me?
    xx.x.143.119

    Dont know if its a good idea/OK to post the full IP, so I hid the 1st 2 parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS View Post
    ... When you reply, click on Go Advanced. And the world is your lobster
    but you can only change the title on that particular post - the thread title needs to be changed in the 1st post by OP/Mod

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by FDibbins View Post
    xx.x.143.119

    Dont know if its a good idea/OK to post the full IP, so I hid the 1st 2 parts
    Mine ends in xx.xx.173.88.
    So, not the same then?

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    just checked again, same thing...xx.x.143.119

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I rest my case, your honour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS View Post
    ..... If you email the forum Admin, you just get an automated reply and never, ever get feedback on the issue or its resolution. Waste of time and effort.......
    Quote Originally Posted by FDibbins View Post
    @ Trevor...
    Hope that was not directed at Jerry or myself?
    I doubt very much if anyone would question your efforts, Ford, considering you have had access problem for months and are still the most consistent contact we have.
    Hope Jerry is OK and has not given up?... he has done great work in the past also. He has not been around as much this year,...
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    I see!

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc.AElstein View Post
    Sent you a Private Message telling you how...... I know you do not accept them.. But you will receive it anyway, Lol...
    Did not get a PM.

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    Re: I see!

    Duplicate Post Generated by Forum Software---
    Last edited by Doc.AElstein; 06-04-2016 at 08:22 AM.

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    Private messages - messages that are private ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Valko View Post
    Did not get a PM.
    Hi Tony,
    Sorry, I meant a private message

    Check your User Control Panel.. - Click on
    User CP Button above
    or this link_....
    http://www.excelforum.com/usercp.php
    _...
    I think you will See it Lol !!!!!
    Alan

    P.s.
    I sent you another private message there as well this morning , so you should see two
    !!!!!

    Edit:
    I am not talking about the reply I did in your Test Thread - that is not private, if you catch my drift....


    Edit Again..

    Just sent you a third private message "Private Message Number 3"
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    Nope, no PMs

    I did not get any PMs.

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    Re: Nope, no PMs

    corrcect. No PM's . Just 3 private messages

    Solved

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    Re: Nope, no PMs

    PM = private message

    I have not received any private messages from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Valko View Post
    I have not received any private messages from you.
    OK, now I see what you're doing!

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    Got it sussed :)

    OK
    I sent you 3 messages that were private


    _.....

    It is probably best to say things like_---------

    _1) PM at Excel Forum ( The "thing" most people will recognise ):
    ExcelForum.Application.PrivateMessage.Tony_Valko
    PM = private message
    I have not received any private messages from you.
    I did not send you any Private Messages ( PM's ) at Excel Forum..
    _2) What I sent you:
    ExcelForum.Application.Rep.MessagePrivate.Tony_Valko
    I sent you 3 messages ( at Excel Forum ) that were private
    Messages at Excel Forum that are private: ones that only you can see
    MP ( Unqualified Forum Implicit here to Excel Forum ., the software ,. rep system ., ) = Message Private
    Messsages Privato Wiily I wonk
    _..............................................
    _---------------------Other wise it is easy to confuse , Sorry.

    Note: am doing it a bit better IMO then Microsoft, as I do not use the same Property Name for the similar Property applied to a different Object. IMO there is enough simularity for someone to see that PrivateMessage and MessagePrivate are very similar Properties, but the different spelling helps not to mix them up in Code. Just IMO
    P.s.

    The space in your User Name worries me. ( as does the period ( . Dot ) in mine come to think of it ) That could cause problems if I develop this system Further.....

    _.. Not quite sure what I mean there, just thinking ahead a bit..
    :rollyblüredeyes:
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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Why is EF'management' ignoring posts in the 'suggestions for improvement' subforum ??

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    Which message?

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Is everybody on holiday ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snb View Post
    Is everybody on holiday ?
    Maybe you should try Hindi or Urdu
    हो सकता है कि आप हिंदी या उर्दू का प्रयास करना चाहिए
    شاید آپ کو ہندی یا اردو کی کوشش کرنی چاہئے

    _..................................



    I struggle continually with a communication problem with OP’s that appear to come from the India part of the World.
    मैं ओपी के साथ एक संचार समस्या यह है कि विश्व के भारत हिस्से से आते दिखाई देते हैं के साथ लगातार संघर्ष करते हैं।
    میں نے دنیا کے بھارت حصے سے آنے کے لئے ظاہر ہے کہ کسی کے ساتھ ایک مواصلات کے مسئلے کے ساتھ مسلسل جدوجہد.


    Possibly the Rules here
    संभवत: नियम यहाँ
    یہاں شاید قواعد
    http://www.excelforum.com/forums-rules/



    Could be extended to cover the languages of Hindu and Urdu
    हिंदू और उर्दू भाषाओं में से कवर करने के लिए बढ़ाया जा सकता है
    ہندو اور اردو کی زبانوں کا احاطہ کرنے کے لاگو کیا جا سکتا


    Possibly EF Management could do that ?
    प्रबंधन की संभावना है कि कर सकता है?
    انتظام کا امکان ہے کہ کر سکتے تھے؟

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I second that proposal.

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I use Excel 2010.

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc.AElstein View Post
    Maybe you should try Hindi or Urdu
    हो सकता है कि आप हिंदी या उर्दू का प्रयास करना चाहिए
    شاید آپ کو ہندی یا اردو کی کوشش کرنی چاہئے

    _..................................



    I struggle continually with a communication problem with OP’s that appear to come from the India part of the World.
    मैं ओपी के साथ एक संचार समस्या यह है कि विश्व के भारत हिस्से से आते दिखाई देते हैं के साथ लगातार संघर्ष करते हैं।
    میں نے دنیا کے بھارت حصے سے آنے کے لئے ظاہر ہے کہ کسی کے ساتھ ایک مواصلات کے مسئلے کے ساتھ مسلسل جدوجہد.


    Possibly the Rules here
    संभवत: नियम यहाँ
    یہاں شاید قواعد
    http://www.excelforum.com/forums-rules/



    Could be extended to cover the languages of Hindu and Urdu
    हिंदू और उर्दू भाषाओं में से कवर करने के लिए बढ़ाया जा सकता है
    ہندو اور اردو کی زبانوں کا احاطہ کرنے کے لاگو کیا جا سکتا


    Possibly EF Management could do that ?
    प्रबंधन की संभावना है कि कर सकता है?
    انتظام کا امکان ہے کہ کر سکتے تھے؟
    I got a warning for posting a link to competing forums (Forum rule 13a about competing forums). Your signature gives several... Interesting
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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    @Pepe

    I had forgotten about that Rule...I post links to Threads on various other Free Forums if I feel it addresses the OP's issue. I'll need to be more aware...

    Quote Originally Posted by Pepe Le Mokko View Post
    I got a warning for posting a link to competing forums (Forum rule 13a about competing forums).
    John

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    Spirit of .... Rule 13..

    Although not specifically worded as such, I think the spirit of the Rule is the following:

    _.. You should
    _... not take a solution off the forum, that is to say you should not steer an OP to another Forum to ask the question
    _.. not prepare a solution elsewhere in answer to a question here.
    _...........................


    _.. I think it is OK to give links to existing solutions elsewhere, if
    _.. you have yourself used them in answering the OP’s question
    _.. the existing Information there addresses the OP’s issue
    _...........................

    _.. I think the above are the written Rules in some other similar Forums, and they are roughly in line with what Mods have communicated to me here as the spirit of the Rule

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    If I did not have a ready solution to a problem, but found one elsewhere, I could not for shame pretend it was my solution. I may quote the solution but I would include a link and credit. Better that, I think, than suggesting the OP Googles it ... although, why they don't just do that in the first place, I'll never know.

    Are we digressing here?

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    Passing Members Ur,. Du and You Tube Songs Digractions Wonk

    Quote Originally Posted by TMS View Post
    ....
    Are we digressing here?
    we usually do in these Off Topic Sub Forums. Considering the response of management to "Suggestions for Improvements" ... it does no harm.. Lol...

    _.....

    Did you know that Range things are often referred to as Members
    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lib.../ff197454.aspx
    Got thast idea from Rory actually...
    That made me think, about member things


    _.......
    Quote Originally Posted by TMS View Post
    .... Better that, I think, than suggesting the OP Googles it ... although, why they don't just do that in the first place, I'll never know....
    I think a lot of the Members I get involved with speak a language that may not be too well supported after a Google search.
    _.....
    _... Recently i started posting links in a Thread to You Tube songs that I sometimes listen to , as support to answering a Thread. I could not answer some Threads without listening to those Songs, so I thought it was in the Spirit of the Rule to post them.
    This is my favourite, just now
    http://listenonrepeat.com/watch/?v=i...I_Remember_You
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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Please remove this thread because of irrelevance.

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    Relevance of Some relevance of the irrelevant may have some relevance.

    It seems to be a General Policy not to remove Threads generally.
    Reasons that are sometimes used for deleting Threads or even Sub Forums seems not to include reasons of irrelevance, ( unless there might be some reason to the irrelevant content such as content of advertising nature, such as that included in some spam posts, that is to say there is some “hidden” relevance to the said seemingly irrelevance ).

    http://www.excelforum.com/the-water-...d-threads.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/the-water-...you-use-4.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/suggestion...hp-f-13-a.html
    http://www.excelforum.com/exceltip-c...s-suggestions/

    Possibly the relevance to the irrelevant Posts , Threads, Sub Forums could be to show the point of the irrelevance.
    As such there is relevance in the irrelevance so as to demonstrate and inform of the irrelevance.
    This might , in some cases help to remove some irrelevance
    As such the comments as to the irrelevance are also helpful, being relevant to attracting attention to the irrelevance, which in turn might initiate action resulting in more relevance of the irrelevant Posts , Threads, Sub Forums

    Hope that has some relevance

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Excel v.16.14

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    2016 Version 1811 (Build 11029.20108)

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Can A moderator please remove this Thread ?
    Last edited by snb; 12-21-2018 at 06:25 PM.

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    Why do you think the thread should be removed? It has not been reported as being problematic. I can see a lot of old off topic chat in it, however it is in The Water Cooler.
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    I also see no valid reason to delete this.

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I use Excel 2010.

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    Responded to the survey!

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I've been using 2013 for ages. Recently updated to Office 365. Love the new functionalities!

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    2013 and going to until it isn't supported anymore.

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    2016 and 2019 (2 machines)
    One I have learnt over the last few months, " You are NEVER too old to learn ".
    Sometimes I forget to say " Thank You " for your assistance, so here I say " A BIG Thank You. "

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    i m using latest version of ms excel abd u guyz?

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    So which of the latest versions are you using?

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I use the 2016 one.

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    Re: Which Version of MS Excel Do You Use?

    I have used all these versions:
    Excel 95
    Excel 97
    Excel XP
    Excel 2003 (v11.0)
    Microsoft Excel 2007
    Excel 2010 and now:
    Excel 2016

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