Comments on software
February 15, 2009.
Complete removal of macro in Excel:Mac 2004
If you create macros in an Excel worksheet (at least in Excel:Mac 2004) and
later remove them then still, whenever you open the worksheet, you
get a macro warning with the options to enable or disable, etc.
The online help in Excel does not give any hint how to deal with this.
Fortunately this question is raised and answered
Geeks To Go. Translated to Excel:Mac 2004 this amounts to the
Go to the menu Tools/Macro/Visual Basic Editor.
There appears a small window "Projects".
In that window remove the (now empty) modules where the code for the macros had
July 28, 2007.
Different aligns in different columns in html tables
One of the most natural things one would like to do in tables is to have
different lay-outs in different columns.
This is easily done, for instance, in LaTeX in the tabular environment, see
Therefore I was very surprised that it is not possible in html, and neither
in its extension with css. Even more surprising is that it is so difficult
to find on the web that this feature is missing. One would expect that
many people have bothered about this and complained about it, and that
it figures prominently in the FAQ's.
However, only after a long Google search I found the complaint eloquently
Conan Saunders on a css-discuss list.
to Tom Koornwinder's home page