Well. . . .
It looks like I'm going to be busy!
I am going to peruse my list of previously saved Tech-Tips and import, (make that read: "brute-force cut-and-paste-and-mangle-and-cram-and-push-and. . . ), them into this blog.
I am going to try (!!) to insert them based on the date they were originally published. Hopefully that will work. If it doesn't, there are going to be a WHOLE BUNCH of Tech-Tips published today. (. . . and tommorow, and the next day, and the day after. . .)
Unfortunately, most of these Tech-Tips are saved in M$ Outlook's Rube Goldberg version of "HTML" which makes importing or copying them into any other HTML based application a Non-Trivial task. . . . . It's doable, but it's a lot like making your way through a thick jungle - you slash-and-cut your way through the thickest web of obscure HTML code imaginable. So - if the spacing is a bit wierd, or things don't align "just so" - you'll understand why. As I get better at "this blogging thing", I will try to go back through and clean up what I can.
Update: I have discovered a very useful tool - especially when you're fighting HTML filled with M$ cruft - called HTML Tidy, located over at SourceForge. It's a command-line utility that is definitely worth a look.
When I am finished, I hope to have a reasonably comprehensive collection of Tech-Tips here for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks for visiting!
If you've seen previous versions of these posts - perhaps as e-mails when they were originally distributed - you may notice that they're not exact word-for-word imports. Since it was necessary for me to go to what were already hysterically great lengths just to get the content IN here, I took the liberty to edit for clarity and/or meaning whenever I felt the articles would be improved therefrom.