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The Little Green Triangle (LGT) is an indicator to alert you to a potential error in your formula. The LGT doesn't stop you from entering a formula (with or without an error), it's just an alert to check that it's OK. If you're happy with the formula you've entered, then you can just ignore the LGT and carry on.
If it's bugging you, you can turn off background error checking.
Go Tools / Error Checking / Options / and uncheck "Enable background error checking". That will turn off the LGTs.
Culture Day was first held in
1948, to commemorate the announcement of the post-war Japanese constitution on
November 3, 1946. November 3 was first celebrated
as a national holiday in 1868, when it was called Tench?-setsu a holiday held
in honor of the birthday of the reigning emperor-at that time, the Meiji
Emperor With the death of the Meiji Emperor in 1912, November 3 ceased to be a
holiday until 1927, when his birthday was given its own specific holiday, known
as Meiji-setsu. As Meiji-setsu was discontinued with the announcement of
Culture Day in 1948, some see Culture Day as a continuation of this tradition
as well-a mere renaming of Meiji-setsu-although they are ostensibly unrelated.
Several days ago I was at the I-net and observed there an interesting software, which I downloaded. Unfortunately after that something happened with my computer. I lost all my data!!! In some time to my great surprise a friend suggested a program. Perhaps it will assist here just like me - repair outlook.
This is too complicated for a help site like this, you are going to want to consult an excel forum, or some excel professional in your area. This is far beyond the scope of what you can expect for $15, which I'm sure you now realize after 10 days of trying.
use the below formula to get the date of the LWD (Monday thru Friday) of the month. Assumed that if the date in cell A1 is 6-May-2005. then formula will be
lokya to check if you have new email, you have to press send/receive tab on your toolbar, that would start the process of synchronising your emails. You'll see your new emails and drafts from your outbox will be send.
Dear CHIEF there is an option in calendar program namely Recurrence. Actually you've set it to weekly thats why you keep on getting alerts. Set Recurrence value to None and you will never get alerts again.