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Open Word

  1. goto format tab
  2. select borders and shading
  3. decide which borders you want

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How to Format an HP Recovery Drive


How to Format an HP Recovery DriveThe HP Recovery Drive is a partition HP puts on its hard drives for use in case the primary partition becomes corrupt or unusable. The recovery partition contains system files and the ability to boot and repair, format and reinstall the operating system if needed. For those who prefer recovery disks or who don't feel the need for the insurance of the HP Recovery drive, it can be formatted by following the steps below.


Instructions1 Open Disk Management by Right Clicking "My Computer" and selecting "Manage."
2 Click on "Storage" and "Disk Management."
3 Find the Recovery Drive partition. There are usually two partitions: the "C: partition" and the "HP_RECOVERY D: partition."

4 Right-click on "HP_RECOVERY D:" and select "Format."
5 Choose the File system and Allocation Unit Size and click "OK." The HP Recovery Drive partition will format and be available for your specified use

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Be very careful to not format the C: drive by accident.

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Do u have 2 pay 2 download books


Yes, you have. If you want to support the writer, of course. Here in the Internet you cn download all you want for free. But you must be careful with the things you get in that way. It may be illegal so watch out.
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Border in each column


Follow this steps to achieve that.
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  2. On the Borders and Shading window go to the Borders tab not the Page Border tab
  3. Select the borders you prefer then on the Apply to: drop down select Paragraph. Click ok then your done.

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What is NTDSUTIL?


NTDSUTIL.EXE is a command-line tool that is used to manage Active Directory. This utility is used to perform the following tasks:
  • Performing database maintenance of Active Directory.

  • Managing and controlling operations master roles.

  • Removing metadata left behind by domain controllers.
Note:The NTDSUTIL utility is supposed to be used by experienced administrators.

Try the following link, this will explain you the meaning with examples.In case there is any doubt, please do post comment.I will be glad to answer.

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Active Directory in 2003 server


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Hi, I installed an XP theme and then removed it. It changed my selection box border width to too wide and I don't know how to set it back. The border I'm talking about is when you trace a square on the...


hello sir,
i will b very happy to help you.
Since the situation is not much clear but i m sure this will figure it out.

on the main desktop ,rigth click n go o propeties, a new window will open, now go to theme tab and select windows xp theme (default) and then click apply, it will take half a min and hopefully ur prob will b solved.

Do reply if don or not and if not plz add a screen shot

Thanks,
Abhinav

Jan 09, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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2003 server


Hey deepak,

Yes, you can change password in 2003 server without any cd.

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You must install Active directory to use it's funtionality.

to install active directory-

Go to start -> Run
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Follow the wizard as per your network domain description and requirements.

Restart your computer.

Go to start -> Administrative tools -> and select Active directory users and computers.

In Active directory user and computer snap-in
Expand ur server and click Users.

You will be now able to see different accounts available on ur computer.

Select and right click Administrator and select change password or create password.

Type your password with including any of the capital letter and an digit like "Password01" check and uncheck different parameters given.

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Regarding ActiveDirectory Services in Windows system


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Active Directory was previewed in 1996, released first with Windows 2000 Server edition, and revised to extend functionality and improve administration in Windows Server 2003. Additional improvements were made in both Windows Server 2003 R2 and Windows Server 2008.
Active Directory was called NTDS (NT Directory Service) in older Microsoft documents. This name can still be seen in some AD binaries.
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