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    If edwards leaves...

    Posted by Hatsworth2nd on 21/5/2024, 16:51:51

    .

    If edwards leaves would you want Nathan Jones back?
     Yes
     No
     Not sure
     

      Re: If edwards leaves...

      Posted by Toty voter on 21/5/2024, 21:25:42, in reply to "If edwards leaves..."

      Forwards pls !

        Re: If edwards leaves...

        Posted by Ken Ilworth on 21/5/2024, 20:01:04, in reply to "If edwards leaves..."

        I'd rather have David Pleat than some of the crap names I'm seeing

          Re: If edwards leaves...

          Posted by HOMER on 21/5/2024, 18:44:46, in reply to "If edwards leaves..."

          JUDAS

            Re: If edwards leaves...

            Posted by RM5 on 21/5/2024, 17:21:34, in reply to "If edwards leaves..."

            no he's a snake

              Re: If edwards leaves...

              Posted by Round Green Hatter on 21/5/2024, 17:06:28, in reply to "If edwards leaves..."


              It looks like you're referring to Excel, the spreadsheet software developed by Microsoft. What specific help do you need with Excel? Are you looking for guidance on a particular function, feature, or formula? Here are some common topics I can assist with:

              Basic Functions and Formulas: SUM, AVERAGE, COUNT, etc.
              Advanced Formulas: VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, INDEX-MATCH, IF, nested functions, etc.
              Data Analysis: PivotTables, charts, data sorting and filtering.
              Data Visualization: Creating and customizing charts and graphs.
              Excel Macros and VBA: Automating tasks using Visual Basic for Applications.
              Spreadsheet Formatting: Conditional formatting, cell styles, data validation.
              Collaboration Features: Sharing workbooks, track changes, comments.
              Troubleshooting Errors: Handling common error messages like #VALUE!, #REF!, #DIV/0!, etc.
              Please let me know which area you need help with, or if you have a specific question in mind.

                Re: If edwards leaves...

                Posted by Round Green Hatter on 21/5/2024, 17:07:52, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                It sounds like you're interested in leveraging Excel for dynamic data handling and possibly integrating it with virtualization technologies. While Excel itself is not a virtualization tool, it can be dynamically connected and used within virtual environments to manage and analyze data effectively. Here's a breakdown of how you can dynamically harness fully tested virtualization with Excel:

                1. Virtual Machines and Remote Desktop
                Virtual Machines (VMs): You can run Excel on virtual machines using software like VMware, Hyper-V, or VirtualBox. This setup allows multiple users to access Excel on a centralized server, ensuring consistency and ease of management.

                Remote Desktop Services (RDS): Using RDS, multiple users can access Excel installed on a central server. This is useful in a virtualized environment where you need centralized control and deployment of applications.

                2. Dynamic Data Integration
                Power Query: Excel’s Power Query feature allows you to connect to various data sources, including databases, web services, and cloud platforms dynamically. You can automate data refreshes and transformations.

                ODBC/OLE DB Connections: Use ODBC or OLE DB to connect Excel to different databases and retrieve data dynamically. This setup is beneficial in virtual environments where data resides on different servers.

                3. Automating Tasks with VBA and Power Automate
                VBA (Visual Basic for Applications): You can write macros to automate repetitive tasks in Excel. This can be particularly powerful in a virtualized setup where you need to perform consistent operations across multiple instances.

                Power Automate: Microsoft Power Automate allows you to create automated workflows between Excel and other applications. This can include sending notifications, updating data in real-time, or integrating with other business tools.

                4. Data Visualization and Analysis
                PivotTables and Charts: Use PivotTables and charts to dynamically analyze and visualize data. This is crucial in a virtualized environment where data might be continuously updated.

                Power BI Integration: Integrate Excel with Power BI for more advanced data visualization and business intelligence capabilities. Power BI can pull data from Excel workbooks stored in virtualized environments and provide interactive dashboards.

                5. Collaboration and Sharing
                SharePoint and OneDrive: Store Excel workbooks on SharePoint or OneDrive for easy access and collaboration. These tools support version control and simultaneous editing by multiple users, which is useful in a virtualized setup.

                Microsoft Teams: Use Teams to collaborate on Excel documents. You can integrate Excel with Teams for real-time collaboration and sharing.

                Example Scenario
                Suppose your organization runs a virtualized environment with Excel installed on multiple VMs. You could set up the following:

                Centralized Data Source: Use Power Query to connect Excel to a centralized database hosted on a VM.
                Automated Data Processing: Write VBA macros to automate data cleaning and processing tasks.
                Dynamic Reporting: Create PivotTables and charts that update dynamically as new data is fetched.
                Collaborative Environment: Store workbooks on SharePoint, allowing team members to access and edit them from any VM.
                Conclusion
                By leveraging Excel’s capabilities in a virtualized environment, you can dynamically handle data, automate tasks, and enhance collaboration. Integrating with other Microsoft tools like Power BI, SharePoint, and Power Automate can further extend Excel’s functionality and streamline your workflows. If you have any specific requirements or need help with a particular feature, feel free to ask!

                  Re: If edwards leaves...

                  Posted by Shepherd and Flock on 21/5/2024, 17:40:23, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                  I lived in Round Green. Do you remember when there were two massive oak trees one outside the Topers and the other on the roundabout. And a Tardis police box too.

                  Apart from that no I haven't got any questions



                    Re: If edwards leaves...

                    Posted by Round Green Hatter on 22/5/2024, 9:24:59, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                    Yes on the trees, don't remember the police box, I left round green about 2011.

                    Bye.

                Re: If edwards leaves...

                Posted by Newton on 21/5/2024, 16:58:12, in reply to "If edwards leaves..."

                I think we've moved on from him now. If we were having a nightmare 24/25 and in danger of another relegation, he'd be a good choice to come in, but I think we need someone a bit less divisive and... colourful at present.

                Also, not sure Edwards would take the Ipswich job.

                  Re: If edwards leaves...

                  Posted by Hatsworth2nd on 21/5/2024, 17:01:19, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                  You have to remember edwards has had 1 win in the last 17. If we get off to a bad start next season things could go seriously wrong.
                  Ipswich could be a good move for him.

                  Re: If edwards leaves...

                  Posted by Thankfully on 21/5/2024, 16:54:14, in reply to "If edwards leaves..."

                  2020 won't entertain him a 3rd time. He's burnt his bridges for good.
                  Only whining little simpletons would want him back.

                    Re: If edwards leaves...

                    Posted by Whhatter on 21/5/2024, 17:16:32, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                    Agreed. The man has no morals and his ego comes before everything else.

                      Re: If edwards leaves...

                      Posted by Hatsworth2nd on 21/5/2024, 17:20:45, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                      Yet he saved us miraculously in 2020 then built a team that got us in the Premier league.
                      He also made us millions even when he left for Stoke and the saints.

                        Re: If edwards leaves...

                        Posted by Nearly a Genius on 21/5/2024, 17:40:54, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                        agreed top manager

                          Re: If edwards leaves...

                          Posted by Nearly a Genius on 21/5/2024, 18:37:11, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                          Use your own name, saddo.
                          It's embarrassing to use another poster's name above your illiterate posts

                            Re: If edwards leaves...

                            Posted by Nearly a Genius on 21/5/2024, 19:42:54, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                            I Wish you would, tired of saying it,
                            Get your own name.

                              Re: If edwards leaves...

                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 21/5/2024, 20:00:55, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                              ^^^^^^^^^^
                              This is my name, which I've been known by for many years.

                              You are such an inadequate apology for a human being that you have not the intelligence to think of your own, but instead pretend to be me.

                              Call yourself "Dimwitted impersonator".

                            Re: If edwards leaves...

                            Posted by Hatsworth2nd on 21/5/2024, 17:48:15, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                            Its amazing how some people only remember the few negative things rather than the manypositives.
                            He is the david pleat of the modern era for luton.

                            Re: If edwards leaves...

                            Posted by Listen mate on 21/5/2024, 17:26:28, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                            Your routine is fuckin shit.
                            He didn't save us miraculously. Look at G.Jones final 7 or 8 games then compare that to the snakes record when he started back.
                            Edwards team got us promoted.
                            He ain't coming back, he ain't going to let you rim him.
                            Get over it.

                              Re: If edwards leaves...

                              Posted by Grow up mate on 21/5/2024, 18:32:38, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                              Please.

                                Re: If edwards leaves...

                                Posted by Bloke on 21/5/2024, 17:34:18, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                                We were all but down when he returned.

                                  Re: If edwards leaves...

                                  Posted by Listen mate on 21/5/2024, 20:06:08, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                                  🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 yeah, OK.

                                  Re: If edwards leaves...

                                  Posted by Hatsworth2nd on 21/5/2024, 17:27:57, in reply to "Re: If edwards leaves..."

                                  ok mate!

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