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I have read so many of your tutorials without commenting. He told me what I had suspected for several years. So he confided. Sir, You made us fool It was amazing!!!!
 
 

 

Microsoft office 2013 easter eggs free. Unlock “Angy Formulas” – an Angry Birds like game hidden in Excel using this trick!!!

 

Then, you press [Tab] once to move over to cell B At this point, you pull down the Help menu and select About Microsoft Excel. When you do, the Easter Egg appears. Using your arrow keys you walk down the hall and up the stairs. At the top of the stairs you see a movie screen with the names of the folks on the development team scrolling by. When you turn around and then go back down the stairs you see what appears to be a dead end. You have to close the window and start all over.

When you finally reach the room, you discover that each wall has pictures of the folks on the development team. When you arrive at L97, you press [Tab] once to move over to cell M You then press and hold [Crtl] [Shift] while you click the Chart Wizard button on the toolbar. Using your mouse to steer and the left and right buttons to move forward and backward, you navigate your craft around until you see an obelisk off in the distance with what appear to be scrolling text.

To access the Easter Egg in Excel , you first open a Workbook as you normally would. You then save the Workbook and select Web Page from the Save as type dropdown list. When the Save As dialog box changes, you select the Selection Sheet radio button and then select the Add Interactivity check box. You can leave the default filename as it is and click the Save button. After the page is loaded you have to scroll down to row and then scroll over to column WC.

As you do, you have to make sure that cell WC appears in the top left corner. When it does, you select the entire row. Once you accomplish that, you need to press and hold down [Crtl] [Alt] [Shift] while you click the Office logo in the upper left corner.

The Easter Egg then appears. To drive and steer your car you use the arrow keys. As you race down the stretch, the names of the various teams and the names of their members appear on the road.

To make the race exciting, you can eliminate your competitors by pressing O to drop oil slicks behind you and press the Space bar to shoot cannons in front of you. In this program, hit Add. In the following screen, select the field with the words Microsoft Access in the title. Then, under Database, hit Select. Just like that, you can witness first-hand a slice of Windows history, tucked away behind a Data Source Administrator.

Doom 95 was the first Windows version of the game Doom. The game used port , in reference to The Number of the Beast. And port remains reserved for doom until this day. The Windows 10 Taskbar context menu contains a hidden option called Exit Explorer.

In Windows 10, you should now see Exit Explorer as the very last item in the Taskbar context menu. This option lets you terminate the Windows File Explorer without having to go through the Task Manager.

All of the above names are reserved for device names, meaning you cannot use them as file or folder names, regardless of the file extension. This is a relict from DOS, which has made its way through all versions of Windows, including Windows 7. This isn’t a bug, but a nicely hidden feature. Microsoft Word should create 5 paragraphs of text with in theory 10 lines in my example, it’s one line short.

It’s nothing more than a dummy or placeholder. And depending on the numbers you pick, you can make it appear in many more paragraphs and copies. The text will vary, depending on your version of Office and your primary system language.

In Microsoft Word 97 through with English as the primary language, you’ll see the iconic sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog,” which contains all letters of the alphabet. Since Office , the default text has been taken from a Word tutorial and also changed from Word to Word Microsoft has fixed a few of the weird bugs we’ve covered in the past. Here are two that didn’t survive in subsequent Windows versions. If you did this in Windows XP, you’d see some weird Unicode characters or Chinese characters like in the screenshot above.

The explanation for this bug lies in the Windows function “IsTextUnicode”. The sequence of one four-letter, two three-letter, and finally one five letter word creates a so-called mojibake; Windows thinks it’s dealing with Chinese Unicode and when you save the document encodes it as such. When you re-open the document, it then displays Chinese characters, rather than the sentence you had entered.

What happens is that the game ends right there and you see the cards falling to the front as they do when a game is completed successfully. Windows still has a lot of secrets hidden within it, even after all these years.

 
 

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