Friday, May 15, 2009

Word 2000 Fix: Font Repair Macro

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=156D08B9-A6B9-4618-9514-EC0C4A244570&displaylang=en
- "In many Eastern European countries, when documents created in Word
95 or earlier were opened into Word 2000, text within the document
sometimes did not display or print correctly. Due to font- and
character-mapping issues, some fonts displayed and printed certain
characters as boxes instead of the correct characters. Note that this
rarely happened to documents created in the US English versions of
Word.
To be sure that your document is all right even though it is not
displaying or printing correctly, this Word 2000 macro converts the
fonts in the document (or the selected text) to Arial. By converting
the text to a different font you can quickly scan and determine if the
text is distorted in any way.
If you often view documents created in both an earlier version and
another language version of Word, this tool may be of use to you."

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Re: New Corrupt Excel 2007 XLSX2CSV

**Change Log**
This has been updated to version 1.0.
- The data is now unformatted and does not round off.
- Also after the initial display, the program is able to redraw the
spreadsheet and wipe the old one instead of drawing a new frame
underneath the orignal spreadsheet and leaving the original
spreadsheet up.
On May 4, 11:49 pm, socrtwo <socr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Updated again...:
>
> **Change Log**
> 0.50
> - Removed most formatting from CSV file save options.
>
> 0.25            04/29/2009
> - Add notebook tabs.
> - Switched the basis of the program to ss2tk by H. Merijn Brand.
> - Stop the excess print to CMD screen feedback.
> - Add a message box indicating success at saving all the csv files.
> - Stopped 2 decimal rounding.
> - Improved Performance.
> - Improve button experience.
> - Added a title to the main window.
> - Added feature to save all salvageable CSV files at one time.
> – Added CakeCMD, Cake3.dll and ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll to the
> DLL.
> - Disabled the column number correction row validation feature from
>
> the remnants of Jerry Levans' csv2tk ("CSV") script.  Instead, this
>
> needs to be done by hand after the CSV file is displayed.  These
>
> errors are introduced by cells containing commas within the original
>
> worksheets.
>
> 0.22.5  04/25/2009
> - fixed issue regarding crashing of CakeCMD if Cancel is chosen in
> the
>
> Open Dialog Box.
>
> 0.22.2  04/25/2009
> - fixed typos in the Readme file and "About" Window.
>
> 0.22            04/24/2009
> - initial release.
>
> On Apr 25, 12:16 pm, socrtwo <socr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Here is a better download link.  I just updated the file to remove
> > spelling errors.  Here's the new Readme:
>
> > ****Corrupt Excel 2007 XLSX2CSV Version 0.22 Alpha****
>
> > ***How to use this program***
> > 1. Click on the File Menu and choose Open.
> > 2. Choose your xlsx Excel 2007 file from which you wish to salvage csv
> > files.
> > 3. Choose whether the first row has data headers.
> > 4. Choose which worksheet you wish to view.
> > 5. Choose whether you wish to cleans the data from excess quotation
> > marks.
> > 6. Edit the displayed CSV worksheet if desired.
> > 7. Save the csv file to the name and file location you wish.
>
> > ***About***
> > This program is coded in Perl by Paul D Pruitt (socrtwo) and uses a
> > modification of the Spreadsheet::XLSX and
> > Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007 Modules in order to use the CakeCMD
> > unzipper, which doesn't care as much about corrupt XML files as the
> > default one in the Spreadsheet::XLSX module, Archive::Zip.
>
> > The custom modules Spreadsheet::XLSX::ZipMod and package
> > Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007PDP,are included in the source folder.
> > These can be installed with a little patience using the instructions
> > here:http://world.std.com/~swmcd/steven/perl/module_mechanics.html.
> > Apparently the executable already includes them and doesn't require
> > the installation, so only install and use the source Perl script
> > corrupt-xlsx2csv.pl, if you intend further development say by adding
> > your own choice of command line unzipper. Also the 32X32 gif icon's
> > absence will also cause the perl script not to run.
>
> > ***Important***
> > Please note numbers are presently rounded off to two decimal places.
> > This important issue is being worked on. Also some cells may not
> > display correctly if they currently have formula errors like 'Name' in
> > them. Future features will include the ability to save all recoverable
> > spreadsheets to CSV at once.
>
> > Also, although the command window may be disturbing, it is preferable
> > to the previous incarnation which flashed multiple CMD windows during
> > processing.  Future releases will try to eliminate this.
>
> > It's vital to have CakeCMD and it's two dlls in the same directory as
> > perl script or executable, otherwise the program won't run.  Future
> > attempts will be made to package the these three items in the
> > executable itself.  Additionally, the excel-save32X32.gif file is
> > necessary to be in the same directory as corrupt-xlsx2csv.exe.
>
> > ***Credits***
> > CakeCMD is by Leung Yat Chun Joseph:
>
> >http://www.quickzip.org/softwares-cakecmd.
> > It requires Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0:http://tinyurl.com/ms2-0-netframework.
>
> > Also note, the original csv2tk perl script on which this heavily
> > relies is by Jerry LeVan <jerry.le...@eku.edu> and is available here:http://homepage.mac.com/levanj/Perl/programs/csv.  It's included as
> > csv2tk.pl in the source folder.
>
> > Special thanks to Sandeep Kumar, Dmitry Ovsyanko, Rob Polocz, Mr.
> > Ritty from Mahalo, the folks at Perl Monks and my brother Andre, for
> > technical support and encouragement.
>
> > ***My Info***
> > My software website ishttp://www.godskingsandheroes.info/software/.
> > Also visit my data recovery software listhttp://www.s2services.com.
> > My E-Mail: socrtwo@s2services.
>
> > On Apr 25, 3:35 am, socrtwo <socr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > >http://groups.google.com/group/datarecoveryfreeware/web/corrupt-excel...
> > > -
>
> > > ****Corrupt Excel 2007 XLSX2CSV Version 0.22 Alpha****
>
> > > ***How to use this program***
> > > 1. Click on the File Menu and choose Open.
> > > 2. Choose your xlsx Excel 2007 file from which you wish to salvage csv
> > > files.
> > > 3. Choose whether the first row has data headers.
> > > 4. Choose which worksheet you wish to view.
> > > 5. Choose whether you wish to cleans the data from excess quotation
> > > marks.
> > > 6. Edit the displayed CSV worksheet if desired.
> > > 7. Save the csv file to the name and file location you wish.
>
> > > ***About***
> > > This program is coded in Perl by Paul D Pruitt (socrtwo) and uses a
> > > modification of the Spreadsheet::XLSX and
> > > Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007 Modules in order to use the CakeCMD
> > > unzipper, which doesn't care as much about corrupt XML files as the
> > > default one in the Spreadsheet::XLSX module, Archive::Zip.
>
> > > The custom modules Spreadsheet::XLSX::ZipMod and package
> > > Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007PDP,are included in the source folder.
> > > These can be installed with a little patience using the instructions
> > > here:http://world.std.com/~swmcd/steven/perl/module_mechanics.html.
> > > Apparently the executable already includes them and doesn't require
> > > the installation, so only install and use the cource Perl script
> > > corrupt-xlsx2csv.pl, if you intend further development say by adding
> > > your own choice of command line unzipper. Also the 32X32 gif icon's
> > > absence will also cause the perl script not to run.
>
> > > ***Important***
> > > Please note numbers are presently rounded off to two decimal places.
> > > This important issue is being worked on. Also some cells may not
> > > display correctly if they currently have formula errors like 'Name' in
> > > them. Future features will include the ability to save all recoverable
> > > spreadsheets to CSV at once.
>
> > > Also, although the command window may be disturbing, it is preferable
> > > to the previous incarnation which flashed multiple CMD windows during
> > > processing.  Future releases will try to eliminate this.
>
> > > It's vital to have CakeCMD and it's two dlls in the same directory as
> > > perl script or executable, otherwise the program won't run.  Future
> > > attempts will be made to package the these three items in the
> > > executable itself.
>
> > > ***Credits***
> > > CakeCMD is by Leung Yat Chun Joseph:http://www.quickzip.org/softwares-cakecmd.
> > > It requires Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0:http://tinyurl.com/ms2-0-netframework.
3Den

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Freeware Glary Utilities Contains a Deleted File Recovery Applet - http://www.glaryutilities.com/gu.html

http://www.glaryutilities.com/gu.html

Free NTFS File Recovery - http://www.new-utilities.net/ntfilerecovery.html

http://www.new-utilities.net/ntfilerecovery.html - "Windows marks
files for deletion and removes them from the file system database when
you delete them. This doesn't mean they are immediately gone. In fact,
all that initially happens when you delete a file is Windows makes
note that the space occupied by the file is listed as available space
for storing new information. Until something new is written to the
part of the drive where that old file was stored, your file is still
there. Data Recovery FAQ
NT File Recovery is a quick and effective solution to restore
accidentally deleted files from NTFS file system.
The software supports recovering all types of files like documents,
applications, media files etc.
No skills needed, 100% FREE!:"

Jpeg Enhancer - Fix JPG Artifacts

http://www.vicman.net/jpegenhancer/index.htm - "As everyone knows,
JPEG (.jpg) image compression doesn't save all the information in an
image. It compresses images so that they consume only a small amount
of disk space (e.g. compared with .bmp), but also damages them with
"blotchy look" and "JPEG artifacts". Still, most graphics editors have
JPEG as a default format, and almost all digital photo cameras save
images in JPEG format.
Jpeg Enhancer is a simple and extremely powerful program that lets you
restore images damaged by low-quality JPEG compression.
It uses a unique technique that allows even novices to remove the so-
called "JPEG artifacts" and the "blotchy look" from their images
easily, quickly and effectively.
Unlike all other tools, our science-intensive technology doesn't
damage your photos simply by blurring them, but restores them, so your
images will look as they did before being damaged by JPEG compression!
Jpeg Enhancer is the only product on the market able to restore
compressed JPEG images smartly.
Jpeg Enhancer is useful for everyone who works with JPEG images,
including home users and image professionals."



Monday, May 04, 2009

Re: New Corrupt Excel 2007 XLSX2CSV

Updated again...:
**Change Log**
0.50
- Removed most formatting from CSV file save options.
0.25 04/29/2009
- Add notebook tabs.
- Switched the basis of the program to ss2tk by H. Merijn Brand.
- Stop the excess print to CMD screen feedback.
- Add a message box indicating success at saving all the csv files.
- Stopped 2 decimal rounding.
- Improved Performance.
- Improve button experience.
- Added a title to the main window.
- Added feature to save all salvageable CSV files at one time.
– Added CakeCMD, Cake3.dll and ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll to the
DLL.
- Disabled the column number correction row validation feature from
the remnants of Jerry Levans' csv2tk ("CSV") script. Instead, this
needs to be done by hand after the CSV file is displayed. These
errors are introduced by cells containing commas within the original
worksheets.
0.22.5 04/25/2009
- fixed issue regarding crashing of CakeCMD if Cancel is chosen in
the
Open Dialog Box.
0.22.2 04/25/2009
- fixed typos in the Readme file and "About" Window.
0.22 04/24/2009
- initial release.

On Apr 25, 12:16 pm, socrtwo <socr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Here is a better download link.  I just updated the file to remove
> spelling errors.  Here's the new Readme:
>
> ****Corrupt Excel 2007 XLSX2CSV Version 0.22 Alpha****
>
> ***How to use this program***
> 1. Click on the File Menu and choose Open.
> 2. Choose your xlsx Excel 2007 file from which you wish to salvage csv
> files.
> 3. Choose whether the first row has data headers.
> 4. Choose which worksheet you wish to view.
> 5. Choose whether you wish to cleans the data from excess quotation
> marks.
> 6. Edit the displayed CSV worksheet if desired.
> 7. Save the csv file to the name and file location you wish.
>
> ***About***
> This program is coded in Perl by Paul D Pruitt (socrtwo) and uses a
> modification of the Spreadsheet::XLSX and
> Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007 Modules in order to use the CakeCMD
> unzipper, which doesn't care as much about corrupt XML files as the
> default one in the Spreadsheet::XLSX module, Archive::Zip.
>
> The custom modules Spreadsheet::XLSX::ZipMod and package
> Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007PDP,are included in the source folder.
> These can be installed with a little patience using the instructions
> here:http://world.std.com/~swmcd/steven/perl/module_mechanics.html.
> Apparently the executable already includes them and doesn't require
> the installation, so only install and use the source Perl script
> corrupt-xlsx2csv.pl, if you intend further development say by adding
> your own choice of command line unzipper. Also the 32X32 gif icon's
> absence will also cause the perl script not to run.
>
> ***Important***
> Please note numbers are presently rounded off to two decimal places.
> This important issue is being worked on. Also some cells may not
> display correctly if they currently have formula errors like 'Name' in
> them. Future features will include the ability to save all recoverable
> spreadsheets to CSV at once.
>
> Also, although the command window may be disturbing, it is preferable
> to the previous incarnation which flashed multiple CMD windows during
> processing.  Future releases will try to eliminate this.
>
> It's vital to have CakeCMD and it's two dlls in the same directory as
> perl script or executable, otherwise the program won't run.  Future
> attempts will be made to package the these three items in the
> executable itself.  Additionally, the excel-save32X32.gif file is
> necessary to be in the same directory as corrupt-xlsx2csv.exe.
>
> ***Credits***
> CakeCMD is by Leung Yat Chun Joseph:
>
> http://www.quickzip.org/softwares-cakecmd.
> It requires Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0:http://tinyurl.com/ms2-0-netframework.
>
> Also note, the original csv2tk perl script on which this heavily
> relies is by Jerry LeVan <jerry.le...@eku.edu> and is available here:http://homepage.mac.com/levanj/Perl/programs/csv.  It's included as
> csv2tk.pl in the source folder.
>
> Special thanks to Sandeep Kumar, Dmitry Ovsyanko, Rob Polocz, Mr.
> Ritty from Mahalo, the folks at Perl Monks and my brother Andre, for
> technical support and encouragement.
>
> ***My Info***
> My software website ishttp://www.godskingsandheroes.info/software/.
> Also visit my data recovery software listhttp://www.s2services.com.
> My E-Mail: socrtwo@s2services.
>
> On Apr 25, 3:35 am, socrtwo <socr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >http://groups.google.com/group/datarecoveryfreeware/web/corrupt-excel...
> > -
>
> > ****Corrupt Excel 2007 XLSX2CSV Version 0.22 Alpha****
>
> > ***How to use this program***
> > 1. Click on the File Menu and choose Open.
> > 2. Choose your xlsx Excel 2007 file from which you wish to salvage csv
> > files.
> > 3. Choose whether the first row has data headers.
> > 4. Choose which worksheet you wish to view.
> > 5. Choose whether you wish to cleans the data from excess quotation
> > marks.
> > 6. Edit the displayed CSV worksheet if desired.
> > 7. Save the csv file to the name and file location you wish.
>
> > ***About***
> > This program is coded in Perl by Paul D Pruitt (socrtwo) and uses a
> > modification of the Spreadsheet::XLSX and
> > Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007 Modules in order to use the CakeCMD
> > unzipper, which doesn't care as much about corrupt XML files as the
> > default one in the Spreadsheet::XLSX module, Archive::Zip.
>
> > The custom modules Spreadsheet::XLSX::ZipMod and package
> > Spreadsheet::XLSX::Utility2007PDP,are included in the source folder.
> > These can be installed with a little patience using the instructions
> > here:http://world.std.com/~swmcd/steven/perl/module_mechanics.html.
> > Apparently the executable already includes them and doesn't require
> > the installation, so only install and use the cource Perl script
> > corrupt-xlsx2csv.pl, if you intend further development say by adding
> > your own choice of command line unzipper. Also the 32X32 gif icon's
> > absence will also cause the perl script not to run.
>
> > ***Important***
> > Please note numbers are presently rounded off to two decimal places.
> > This important issue is being worked on. Also some cells may not
> > display correctly if they currently have formula errors like 'Name' in
> > them. Future features will include the ability to save all recoverable
> > spreadsheets to CSV at once.
>
> > Also, although the command window may be disturbing, it is preferable
> > to the previous incarnation which flashed multiple CMD windows during
> > processing.  Future releases will try to eliminate this.
>
> > It's vital to have CakeCMD and it's two dlls in the same directory as
> > perl script or executable, otherwise the program won't run.  Future
> > attempts will be made to package the these three items in the
> > executable itself.
>
> > ***Credits***
> > CakeCMD is by Leung Yat Chun Joseph:http://www.quickzip.org/softwares-cakecmd.
> > It requires Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0:http://tinyurl.com/ms2-0-netframework.
3Den











Removing a Bios - CMOS Password - Free Article

http://www.dewassoc.com/support/bios/bios_password.htm "Unfortunately, access to computers can, at times, be blocked for all of t...