There is an Outlook installed but when sending email via MYOB, I got an error "There is no email program associated to perform the requested action".

The reason for this is because I had Outlook 64-bit installed. When I bought an ASUS laptop with Office 365 installed, I just run Outlook, it asked for serial number so I punched it in and installed the necessary software. To fix this, uninstall Office 365 then install MS Office Home and Business 2016 32-bit.

MYOB only works for Outlook 32-bit.

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ASUS DSL-AC56U modem wizard is only for ADSL connection.

If you want to use ASUS DSL-AC56U modem for NBN with FTTP (fibre to the premises), then go to WAN section then on Transfer Mode select Ethernet WAN.

Make sure your network cable is connected on UNI-D1 (or active UNI-D port) back to the E-WAN port of the ASUS DSL-AC56U modem.

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I had to fix an issue on Microsoft Excel where a box "Fixed objects will move" shows up and you can't press OK or close Excel or can't do anything. The only way to close Microsoft Excel was to end task via Task Manager.

Here's a list of combination of settings I've tried, test was done on Excel 2013 and 2016. Your case maybe different, as you may have Excel 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, so try the combination below and see which combination fix for you.

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I had to find Swype to be installed on Samsung 700T Slate with Windows 7 Professional, as the Slate owner is not happy with Windows 7 on-screen keyboard.

I was able to do it by doing this:

  1. Click this link then click the SW UpdateDownload button.

  2. Once downloaded, install the SW Update software, then run it. Sometimes, it will detect the model of your hardware, if not, type your model on the upper right hand screen and it will give you software to download. Add a comment
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When setting up a new IMAP account on Outlook 2016, I keep receiving an pop-up "An unknown error occurred, error code: 0x8004011c"
And if I used the wizard, "Something went wrong and Outlook couldn't set up your account." error will pop up. The "something went wrong..." error also appears when setting up an Exchange Online or Office365 account, so fix below is applicable.
Computer is joined to a local domain, and email is on Zarafa Server. IMAP is also enabled for this user account.



On HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Protect\Providers\df9d8cd0-1501-11d1-8c7a-00c04fc297eb,

create or set a new registry DWORD value, named ProtectionPolicy, set the value 1

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