That looks good to me and works fine here.
Only thing that comes to mind is the file permissions?
Do you have Column A locked so when you scroll everything else moves and A is hidden? Or is that filter on A only to find numbers etc?
It's just the behavior of a normal workbook. Nothing hidden or locked (from my experience anyway). If the column you want to edit extends off the right edge of the screen it moves the window to try to make the whole column visible.
Not that it's relevant really, but I don't see a way to turn it off in Excel either.
lol, Excel does this same exact thing. In the first pic you can see 3 columns left of column D. When he starts to edit Column D, it automatically shifts the window so you can only see 2 columns to the left. It's super annoying.
This would be like having someone who failed at being a hacker, like Kevin Mitnick, speak at a conference or represent you.
Shot at KnowBe4? People occasionally bring it up. It always seemed scammy to me.
Wondering do I need Facebook anymore?
Board of seeing the same posts all the time
I left FB sevearl months ago....I was disgusted with all the unpleasantness of things. It was the only avenue for keeping in touch with some people... but - I can't say I am unhappy with the choice the close / delete my account.
I disabled mine back in January and I don't miss it one bit.
I have no problem paying for QoL features, but pay to win pisses me off.
assuming QoL is quality of life - I don't know how that equates to these games?
But they have all been pay to win fast forever. You "not pay" to win in like 20 years.
Not necessarily these games, but, for example, I play Path of Exile, and there are no "microtransactions" for currency/extra damage/content, but you can buy stash tabs to store more items and organize things better. They also have microtransactions for visual effects (like flashy swords, etc.) and stuff too, but nothing that makes your character stronger.
There 4000+ in his sent box? and 4000+ in his inbox with rejections because he appears to be sending spam?
Yep. Looks like all to Russian email addresses. Looking like about 4000 total now that I'm getting into it. he had just over 1900 rejection emails in his inbox. So I'm assuming at least that many were sent.
The VP of our company had his email hacked over the weekend. 4000+ spam emails sent from his account and a return email for each one stating that Microsoft couldn't deliver because it was flagged as spam.
I don't even know where to start with this because I know he kept plain text passwords in emails to himself. It's looking like they just hacked it to spam people, but who really knows? It appears that they had access for about a week and launched the spamming Saturday morning.
He had over 13,000 things in his deleted folder, too... I'm thinking he was using that as an archive.