In fact, it keeps corrupting child files I use too so I can't even use them to track new data. The Excel repair functionality changes one formula on one of 37 sheets and says it's fixed. It lies. As soon as I save the sheet again, Excel crashes and I lose my data. Fucking terrible.
Anyone know any tools to fix dead/dying spreadsheets? I'd prefer not to spend half a day re-building the damn thing.
Meh. I suspect this isn't helping my headache. I'm really glad I had most of this week off.
Did you see sunset last night? I did and it looked nothing like this; sure, it was red and pretty but not exactly the Last Day On Earth sort of pretty that the HDR version presents.
I wish I really understood how the software worked rather than, seemingly, understanding what sort of input will produce excellent output. I'm not complaining, mind; I'm just not much for black boxes. Photomatix and Wikipedia each don't explain tone-mapping all that well. Maybe I should try harder to understand Cambridge in Color's website. I found it initially when I first bought my camera as I was trying to understand exposure and it helped some but is crazy technical.
Happy 3G iPhone day: iPocalypse.