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Emily | 26th Feb 2007, 08:49 AM | Script | (1495 Reads)

WMI Example: Win32_Process (4): List Logon User

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Emily | 20th Feb 2007, 21:43 PM | General | (612 Reads)

Updating An add-in Through the Internet

 (Advance User Only)

 When you're offering an add-in through your website you usually have no connection to the people who are using your programming work. It is not unusual that you have discovered (or been pointed at) bugs in your code or that you've done some updating to the utility you'd like your users to benefit from. Sometimes it might be useful if your users could be notified automatically of such updates (many software titles have such a mechanism built-in). This little article shows a way to include that functionality with your add-in.

Details: http://www.jkp-ads.com/articles/updateanaddin.asp

 

 


Emily | 19th Feb 2007, 11:57 AM | WB & WS | (914 Reads)

Data Encryption example

 http://www.blog.methodsinexcel.co.uk/2007/01/19/data-encryption-workbook/

You can drop your data on to the worksheet (you can add extra worksheets too if you like) and then encrypt the data with the press of a button. You will be asked to provide a key, which you must remember. Save the file and send it out.

The receiver can then contact you for the key. When they click the decrypt button it will ask them for the key, if they enter it correctly it will return the original data. If they enter the wrong key the data will be encrypted again.

I have not tested this much, so make sure you back up your originals and remember there is not such thing a truly save data!

If you have any questions or suggestions drop me a comment.

Enjoy!

 


Emily | 8th Feb 2007, 13:26 PM | General | (1048 Reads)

Remove Excel Add-in DLL

If you find some DLL's in Excel cannot be removed by regsvr32 /u, try this freeware.