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Microsoft Technical Preview in Cleveland
Microsoft Technical Preview
Featuring Vista, Office and Exchange
Microsoft® is making a special appearance in Cleveland, OH on Wendesday, June 21, 2006, to give a presentation to Greater Cleveland PC User Group members (and guests) about technical details of the upcoming releases of Vista, Exchange and Office. Microsoft experts will be giving in-depth technical presentations and demos and there will be Q&A time. In addition, they will be providing refreshments and raffle prizes. As with all GCPCUG meetings, this is free and open to the public. GCPCUG requests that each attendee be included in an RSVP email to me@RLCoppedge.com to insure that there is enough seating and food. Please include the number of people attending in the RSVP.
Wendesday, June 21, 2006, 5:00 to 9:30 PM Cleveland Renaissance Hotel Ballroom B
24 Public Square Cleveland, OH 44113 (216) 696-5600
Free and open to the public
Microsoft Vista - This presentation will serve as a deep dive into an IT Pro’s workflow centering on the day to day activities that are typical in desktop management. We will illustrate the deployment tools, management interfaces, GPO, and additional features. Our goal it to represent a real “day in the life” approach for IT Pros, highlighting how Windows Vista will make your day more productive with topics such as Booting and Resuming Windows, Recovering from System Errors, New Event Viewer, Forwarding Events & Subscriptions, Scheduling Tasks and Diagnosing Performance Issues.Microsoft Office has evolved from a suite of personal productivity products to a more comprehensive and integrated system. This session, will provide a look into the new components around enterprise content management, collaboration, and business intelligence, and how the new, but familiar results-orientated user interface will help you and your organization produce better results faster.Exchange Server 2007, the next major version of Exchange, will be a leap forward in enhancing the information worker's access to larger mailboxes while giving the email administrator a more manageable and secure email infrastructure. This session will provide an overview of the product direction and provide a sneak peak at some of the new features that will be included in the product.
To RSVP, send an email, with the all attendees included, to Bob Coppedge.
For other Microsoft-related events in June, see the blog entry from June 6th.
String manipulation in VB2005 is fairly simple. However, things can get a little tricky with the double quote character. How do you look for it in a string? How can you insert into a string? How do you remove it from a string? These are questions that may lead to confusion if you don't know what you're looking for.
Ironically enough, in VB the double quote can also be used as an escape character when searching for it in a string. For example:
Dim strTest As String strTest = """123""" 'Displays "123" (double quotes appear in the final result) strTest = """""123""" 'Displays ""123" (double quotes appear in the final result) strTest = "test\""test" 'Displays test\"test strTest = "test""test" 'Displays test"test
In cases where you want to insert a double quote character, simply reference it unicode character designation, chr(34).…