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1 19th June 23:21
sean
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Is there anyway to customize the fields in Task Manager to
utilize information from an excel spreadsheet?

EX:

You have a spreadsheet:

Order Date Order Cust# Order Type

Can you import these fields into Task mananger as they
read above?
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2 21st June 18:15
benniech
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Hi Al,

We have not heard from you yet. Hope this means that everything is running
fine now. If there is any question, please feel free to post it in this
newsgroup. Thank you!

Regards,
Bennie Chen
Product Support Services
Microsoft Corporation

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3 28th June 01:04
sue mosher [mvp]
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Outlook doesn't support importing to a custom fields. You'd have to write custom code or use a third-party application. See http://www.slipstick.com/dev/customimport.htm.

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Outlook and Exchange solutions at http://www.slipstick.com
Author of
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for Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
http://www.slipstick.com/books/jumpstart.htm
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4 7th July 19:03
john b
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What processes are absolutely necessary to be running on
NT?
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5 8th July 03:30
ronnie vernon mvp
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Position the cursor at any edge of that window and double click to get the
full window back.

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6 12th July 01:24
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Hi,

That is not an easy question to answer. The process names
vary depending on your hardware and installed services.

You can hang your machine if you kill the wrong process.
I would concentrate on disabling unecessary services and
startup applications if you want to optimize your server.

Regards,

Tim
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7 12th July 13:31
paul
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Within the past two weeks something has seriously changed
in my system. I commonly use the Task Manager to track
memory and CPU usage by programs, but this past week,
every time I open up Task Manager, I only get one window,
without the menu at the top or showing the tabs for each
of the differant views. I can still use the keyboard
(using the tab and arrow keys) to cycle through the
windows, but its unsettling that all of those things are
gone...Can anyone help?
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8 12th July 13:32
patty macduffie
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Double-click in the CPU graph area.
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9 19th July 05:49
malc
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When I enter Alt,Ctrl, Delete to launch the Task Manager
Nothing Happens. I have also typed taskman in the run box
and it does not launch. Anyone have this problem out
there?
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10 19th July 05:49
mark dormer
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This can occur if you have a virus like WORM_SPYBOT.GEN

Try downloading and running AVG http://free.grisoft.com/freeweb.php

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Mark Dormer
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