Posts for 09/2008

25 September 2008 - 02:34

How to remove multiple hyperlinks in Excel?

A question from a course participant: how to remove multiple hyperlinks in Excel ?

The best solution is a macro, which has to be made in visual basic code - it's really not very difficult, but if that scares off, you can follow the second or third 'semi-direct' methods...

  1. http://www.techonthenet.com/excel/macros/delete_hl.php
  2. Removing_Hyperlinks_without_a_Macro
  3. Removing_Hyperlinks_without_a_Macro_Take_Two

For the VBA code:

Sub RemoveHyperlinks()
'Remove all hyperlinks from the active sheet
ActiveSheet.Hyperlinks.Delete
End Sub

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10 September 2008 - 14:26

Firefox Myths in the light of Chrome and IE8: Opera?

The least one can say is that it's a 'moving time' in browser world.

Firefox Myths

At a moment where Google fired off the new Chrome browser project (have you seen the Google Chrome cartoon?), where the internaut can bump on websites pointing out several Firefox Myths, and Internet Explorer 8 lurks on the horizon, it's perhaps good to honour Opera once again for its trendsetting work.

Indeed, although of minor significance in terms of numbers - just as Safari - hasn't this European browser project been doing inspiring pioneering work for over over 10 years now?
'Lightweightedness', fast surfing, tabbed browsing, zooming, accessibility, security mindedness, multi-platform, web standards compliance, multiple device orientation... As far as I can remember, I've been introduced to all these concepts by the Opera community... So if they and other browser manufacturers achieve in those aims and make those concepts a reality, Opera's vision will definitely have had a significant contribution in it.
. Gracias !

You might consider visiting the newly launched Opera Web Standards Curriculum, released in association with the Yahoo! Developer Network. It contains interesting resource materials to

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