Friday, October 28, 2011

Roadies 9 Raghu, Rajeev & Rannvijay at chandigarh auditions

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Roadies 9 Suchit and Mohit performing on Sheran di kaum punjabi chandigarh Auditions

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Format The Same Document in Two Different Ways (2000/2002/2003/2007)

Different formats in single document.

If you’re working on a long document and want parts of the document to have Landscape page orientation, you can do so by following the steps outlined below:
  1. Separate the sections that you want to apply different page orientations to by a Next Page Section Break. You can apply a Next Page Section Break by choosing Insert | Break from the menu bar and selecting the Next Page option button under the Section Break Types panel of the Break dialog box. (In 2007, select the Page Layout tab on the ribbon and choose Breaks.)
  2. Select the text/pages you want in Landscape orientation and choose File | Page Setup from the menu bar. (In 2007, click on the arrow in the lower-right corner of the Page Setup area of the Page Layout ribbon to open the Page Setup dialog box.)
  3. Choose the Landscape orientation and then, in the Apply To dropdown box, choose Selected Text.
This will create a document partially formatted using Portrait orientation and partially using Landscape orientation.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 by Gomzi · 0

Eliminate Error Values in Your Pivottable (2000/2002/2003/2007)

Resolve Errors.
If your PivotTable’s source data contains errors, you’ll notice those errors pop up in your PivotTable too. Here’s how you can replace error values with blank cells in your PivotTable:
  1. Click anywhere within your PivotTable to view the PivotTable toolbar (or choose View | Toolbars | PivotTable from the menu bar).
  2. Click the PivotTable button on the PivotTable toolbar and choose Table Options from the resulting menu. Excel displays the PivotTable Options dialog box. (In 2007, click on the PivotTable button on the PivotTable Tools ribbon, then choose Options.)
  3. Select the For Error Values, Show check box, and leave the corresponding text box blank.
  4. Click OK to return to your PivotTabl
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Copy a Router’s System Image

Backup Your Router.

In some cases, you may want to copy the system image from one device to another, to duplicate settings; or you may want to back it up.

Although the steps for different routers may vary, generally you’ll first want to know the name and size of the system image file. You can do so with the following command:

show flash

The system image is the file with a .bin extension. You should copy down the name of the file so you can enter it if your router prompts you for it.

You can then copy the file with the following command:

copy flash tftp

You’ll then be prompted for the IP address of the TFTP server you’re copying from, the name of the file you’re copying, and the name of the file you’re copying to. Use the names you found from “show flash”; however, you can leave out the “.bin” part.

If you’re trying to replace the system image of another device, use “show flash” to get the name of that device’s system image, and use that name when prompted for the destination file. You’ll then be prompted to confirm that you want to overwrite the system image.

For more information, consult the following instructions for Cisco 2500 Series Routers:

Wednesday, July 13, 2011 by Gautam Sehgal · 2

The Easy Way to Get Information on Security Signatures

Get More information on your security Alerts.

When your Cisco appliance issues a security signature or alert, you may wonder how to get more information, or whether the message you’re seeing could be a “false positive.”

To get more information on such messages, simply go to the following website:

If you type in the name or message that appears, be sure to change the dropdown next to Keywords to “exact phrase.” That narrows the results considerably, usually right down to the one exact security record you need.

Once you pull up the information on your message, look for the section on “Benign Triggers” to help assess whether you’re dealing with a false positive or a real security breach.

Note that this tool from Cisco also lets you search for security messages from Apache, HP, Microsoft, and Red Hat.

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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Deepak Dargan Photography

Sunday, July 3, 2011 by Gautam Sehgal · 0

Deepak Dargan Photography

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Deepak Dargan Photography

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Deepak Dargan Photography

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