Is it possible to configure an XP Professional laptop to have one wireless connection (say at home) and another wireless connection for a router at work?
I have a WPA enabled wireless connection at home which was connected up using the Windows wireless connection wizard. Shortly I will also be using a WPA connection at work - it would be useful if I could choose which connection (and WPA) settings to use to connect, depending on where I am.
In teh Wireless connection applet in the Network Connections Window, you can select the Advanced button, and select "Connect to this network automatically when in range". Of cours,e you will simply setup
If you have done a reformat of your hard drive and proceeded to do a successful Windows XP installation, you may notice that a choice between two operating systems when you start up the machine.
Here is how to get rid of this:
DECT technology has become a popular standard for wireless voice communication. DECT devices are not likely to be affected by other electronic devices and signals because they operate in a separate frequency-band.
Many functions in Excel can make decisions. The most simple of these is the IF function: it returns a value depending on whether a condition you describe is true or false. Once you get the hang of using the IF function, you will find it easier to us…