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Greg Low
Dr Greg Low is well known in the SQL Server community, an MVP, Microsoft RD, hosts the SQL Down Under podcast & author of SDU Tools.
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Greg Low Nov 29
Have three screens. Presenter view in PowerPoint lets me choose the screen for displaying slides, but how can you choose which screen the presenter stuff is on? Always goes to the wrong screen. Even if I move it, next time it's back on the wrong screen. Any ideas?
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Greg Low Nov 29
Anyone know a way (with a build slide in PowerPoint) when using Presenter View, to be able to see the full slide, and not just be one animation ahead?
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Greg Low Nov 29
Monday night and Tuesday night Australian time. Love to see you there.
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Darren Neimke Nov 27
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Greg Low Nov 27
Replying to @MikeFitzAU
He didn't sign off on this particular contract. How do you spend that amount in government and no-one approved it?
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Greg Low Nov 25
Replying to @SloopDoo
Used to service HP minis there in the 80's.
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Greg Low Nov 25
Replying to @SQLRockstar
8601 like many others
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Greg Low Nov 24
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Greg Low Nov 24
OMG, that is such an interesting story. I kept wondering where it was going, but loved where it went:
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Greg Low Nov 24
BI: DataWeek starting soon - don't miss it
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Greg Low Nov 24
Love the sound of anything called
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Greg Low Nov 24
Looking interesting
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Greg Low Nov 24
Replying to @BizTalkBill
Hi Bill, yep have one in MEL. Had a really good experience with it (so far). Heavy as lead to install though. (Got it with extra trays below). Seems to print well, setup was easy, wireless works great.
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Greg Low Nov 23
Replying to @adipesa @SQLRockstar
And then rename them all when they get to 100 tables.
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Greg Low Nov 23
Replying to @adipesa @SQLRockstar
Yes, I was surprised they didn't do that. (Or maybe I wasn't surprised)
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Greg Low Nov 23
Replying to @venzann
Nice !
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Greg Low Nov 23
Replying to @zippy1981 @SQLRockstar
Hi Justin, I think you missed 's sarcasm there.
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Greg Low Nov 23
Replying to @outersource
I modified assembly language code for a lotto-style coupon sorting machine. A heavily commented area had a comment about every hundred lines, and the comments were in Swedish.
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Greg Low Nov 23
Replying to @outersource
Most columns have the table name as a suffix. Wish I was joking.
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Greg Low Nov 23
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