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Maybe set your first question as Multiple choice and check Go to page based on answer. Offer No with Continue to page 2 and Yes with Go to page 3, with the first question on page 3 being something like "Please provide details of your existing Dental school Program" and a Paragraph text Question Type.


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According to this, this and this sources, the number is/was a bug. As per what it means, here is the official explanation: Share your site with other people If your site is private, you can share your site to allow individual people to view or edit your site. If your site is public, your site will already be viewable by anyone, but you can share ...


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Yes, you can find out how many bookmarks you have right here. https://www.google.com/settings/chrome/sync


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I tried this and it appears to work. Type in the search field. (site:wikipedia.com OR site:apple.com) yosemite


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It really depends on the product which you want to report, so it can be read by the right people who're actually dealing with it. YouTube For example on YouTube in footer menu you can click Help and Send feedback, which will open you feedback form and you can report anything including highlight areas of the page relevant to your feedback. If you'd like to ...


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I am still looking into this but I am beginning to suspect that there is no http://goo.gl/list-all link or similar capability. (I didn't find one, but obviously that's no proof). It's possible that the warning is there merely because the name space is relatively small, so typing a random shortener has a good probability of getting you somewhere, and one ...


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As per Google Products Forum update, you can change the account name using various option as before. Your Google account page. Google → Accounts → Edit Profile → click on your name and change it → Save changes Check in Settings for your Send mail as name to make sure it's correct. Open Settings → Accounts → Send mail as → click Edit info and change the ...


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Select ColumnJ. Data > Pivot table report..., Rows - Add field Tent#, Values - Add field Tent#. Click on down arrow next to "Summarise by: SUM" and select COUNT. Select the PT, Ctrl+c, got to K2(?) in your data sheet and Ctrl+v.


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Yes, but it depends on your internet connection mostly. I usually watch Netflix and I know that is something that streams at pretty high quality. Some YouTube videos can use a lot of bandwidth so that can slow you down as well. Your internet connection can be thought of as a virtual pipe, there's a limit to how fast things can be passing through it and ...


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You're right in thinking that this is a hyperlink. But I think that you've got broken code. Try something like this: =HYPERLINK ( "URL" ; IMAGE( "logo3w.png" ) ) You missed out the ;. Source


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As far as I know, yes, this is legitimate. I've had a few local business clients that have gotten these recently. Seems to require frequent access attempts from a unique but different IP address. And I think these emails only started being sent fairly recently - never seen them before this month.


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Please try to isolate the issue when the user loses the permission: Check the shared document showing in the "Shared With Me" in the google drive Please compare the URL which is shared with the user and at your end Ensure, the user is accessing from the google account to which it is shared In your login, please check the shared document shown under "My ...


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I know many companies that use Google Apps as their platform and Outlook as the client. If your company is using Exchange Server, then the change will be less likely to occur. If your Outlook is connect to an ISP e-mail via POP3 or IMAP, then changing to Google Apps will be very easy to do.


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Perhaps, in A4: =query({A1:A3;A1:A3},"select *")


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Just check this https://security.google.com/settings/security/activity Check the IP address right side I have check with wimax modem and broadband line. The IP is different. Once I have shared my gdrive with password with my colleagues lives in Australia to share something like gigabyte files and I am using my gdrive from bangladesh. Google instantly ...


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Google (and other search enginges) knows about your domain because it is registered domain. Search engines will hit the top level periodically to see if there is anything there to index. To keep search bots out of a site under development you might consider using basic authentication thru .htaccess file. This is best for a development site and will keep ...


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According to this page http://en.support.wordpress.com/sitemaps/#xml-sitemaps-for-search-engines Your blog is enabled with just about everything you need to be super-searchable. This includes an XML sitemap, which you can access at yourblogname.wordpress.com/sitemap.xml. No need to do anything extra on your end. The sitemap file included with ...


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From trying to figure out the same problem, I have read that it's your internet service providers address, specifically, Where there server is located, beecause they are your hookup to the internet. Changing ISPs would prove/disprove the theory.



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