• Can you print or email a text message conversation? Apple iPhone?

    How do people get a transcript of a text conversation? I see people with printout on Judge Judy and such. Surely they don't screenshot, then scroll, screen shot, then scroll, etc?
    How do people get a transcript of a text conversation? I see people with printout on Judge Judy and such. Surely they don't screenshot, then scroll, screen shot, then scroll, etc?
    3 answers · Cell Phones & Plans · 1 week ago
  • Looking for a song from the 90s?

    I thought it was called "something about Jimmy". I thought it was by Paula Cole, but I can't find that. Any ideas? The song was kind of vague. It implied that he had killed someone and skipped town. Something like that.
    I thought it was called "something about Jimmy". I thought it was by Paula Cole, but I can't find that. Any ideas? The song was kind of vague. It implied that he had killed someone and skipped town. Something like that.
    Lyrics · 3 weeks ago
  • Windows 10 "Have an iPhone" message popping up non-stop!?

    For about a week now, a notification keeps popping up asking me to link my iPhone. I can't figure out how to dismiss this message and make it stop popping up. Any ideas on how to make this go away?
    For about a week now, a notification keeps popping up asking me to link my iPhone. I can't figure out how to dismiss this message and make it stop popping up. Any ideas on how to make this go away?
    1 answer · Software · 4 weeks ago
  • Small town along the pacific coast with Woolf or sheep poor lamb in the name?

    About two decades ago I was driving along PCH late at night on business and me and my buddy stopped at this old pub overlooking the ocean. The town had a name with sheep or wolf or something in it. It was a really neat town and pub, it had a very European feel to it. Anyone know where this is? Is it still around? Is it as cool as I remember?
    About two decades ago I was driving along PCH late at night on business and me and my buddy stopped at this old pub overlooking the ocean. The town had a name with sheep or wolf or something in it. It was a really neat town and pub, it had a very European feel to it. Anyone know where this is? Is it still around? Is it as cool as I remember?
    2 answers · Other - United States · 4 months ago
  • How can I data validate an Excel cell to require at least one letter and one number?

    I have a field in Excel where we enter a name and a phone extension to print out on an assignment sheet. The users often enter the name, but do not assign them a phone to carry for their shift. As a reminder, I want to validate the field and issue an error if it does not contain at least one letter and one number. Any help on how to do this? Thanks!
    I have a field in Excel where we enter a name and a phone extension to print out on an assignment sheet. The users often enter the name, but do not assign them a phone to carry for their shift. As a reminder, I want to validate the field and issue an error if it does not contain at least one letter and one number. Any help on how to do this? Thanks!
    1 answer · Software · 4 months ago
  • What can I take with naproxen?

    I am taking naproxen for a pulled muscle. It is only partially effective. Can I also take Motrin or Tylenol? How long do I need to wait between?
    I am taking naproxen for a pulled muscle. It is only partially effective. Can I also take Motrin or Tylenol? How long do I need to wait between?
    4 answers · Medicine · 6 months ago
  • Liver test question?

    Elevations of all of the following indicate liver disease except: Unconjugated bilirubin Conjugated bilirubin Urine bilirubin Aspartate aminotransferase I think it is urine bilirubin because this would mean the bilirubin was filtered out, but that answer seems to contradict my textbook.
    Elevations of all of the following indicate liver disease except: Unconjugated bilirubin Conjugated bilirubin Urine bilirubin Aspartate aminotransferase I think it is urine bilirubin because this would mean the bilirubin was filtered out, but that answer seems to contradict my textbook.
    1 answer · Medicine · 7 months ago
  • Liver test question...?

    Elevations of all of the following indicate liver disease except: Unconjugated bilirubin Conjugated bilirubin Urine bilirubin Aspartate aminotransferase I think it is urine bilirubin because this would mean the bilirubin was filtered out, but that answer seems to contradict my textbook.
    Elevations of all of the following indicate liver disease except: Unconjugated bilirubin Conjugated bilirubin Urine bilirubin Aspartate aminotransferase I think it is urine bilirubin because this would mean the bilirubin was filtered out, but that answer seems to contradict my textbook.
    Other - Diseases · 7 months ago
  • #METOO? Why is everyone posting POUND ME TOO?

    All these women and celebrities want to get pounded? POUND ME TOO?
    All these women and celebrities want to get pounded? POUND ME TOO?
    2 answers · Gender Studies · 1 year ago
  • What causes chicken to be tough?

    I have cooked chicken fast in a pan and slowly in an oven or crock pot. In both cases, it has come out tough sometimes and tender others. A few recipes involve browning in in a pan, then finishing it in the oven covered in a sauce. Again, sometimes it is tough, sometimes tender. What's the trick to tender but cooked through chicken? Thanks!!!!
    I have cooked chicken fast in a pan and slowly in an oven or crock pot. In both cases, it has come out tough sometimes and tender others. A few recipes involve browning in in a pan, then finishing it in the oven covered in a sauce. Again, sometimes it is tough, sometimes tender. What's the trick to tender but cooked through chicken? Thanks!!!!
    13 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 1 year ago
  • What does "cancer in situ" mean?

    in situ means "in place". If an article states that breast cancer risk is increased with "personal history of breast cancer or cancer in situ" does that mean "currently has cancer"? Is there a nuance to this term that indicates more than that? Thanks!
    in situ means "in place". If an article states that breast cancer risk is increased with "personal history of breast cancer or cancer in situ" does that mean "currently has cancer"? Is there a nuance to this term that indicates more than that? Thanks!
    7 answers · Cancer · 2 years ago
  • Why do tetanus shots have to be repeated?

    Why do tetanus shots have to be repeated? Once your body produces antibodies shouldn't they always be there? You get measles vaccines as a child and never need a booster.
    Why do tetanus shots have to be repeated? Once your body produces antibodies shouldn't they always be there? You get measles vaccines as a child and never need a booster.
    5 answers · Infectious Diseases · 2 years ago
  • What to write if you skip a body system on a S.O.A.P. note?

    When writing a SOAP note, I have seen a one-word entry on body systems that are not evaluated. It basically means "skipped". I can't recall what it was. It is something like "delayed" or "put off". Thanks!
    When writing a SOAP note, I have seen a one-word entry on body systems that are not evaluated. It basically means "skipped". I can't recall what it was. It is something like "delayed" or "put off". Thanks!
    1 answer · Medicine · 2 years ago
  • Microsoft 10 camera app - how do I control the format in which videos are saved?

    When using "Camera" in Windows 10 to record video, how can I control the format of the file? I found the location that divers are saved, but I can't find a way to modify the default format. Is MP4 the only format that can be used? Thanks for your help.
    When using "Camera" in Windows 10 to record video, how can I control the format of the file? I found the location that divers are saved, but I can't find a way to modify the default format. Is MP4 the only format that can be used? Thanks for your help.
    1 answer · Software · 2 years ago
  • Can I open a ROTH IRA for my 13 year old son?

    My son does odd jobs in the neighborhood, and occasionally works in my mother-in-laws office filing and cleaning. In both instances, he is paid cash. Can I open a ROTH in his name and deposit funds up to the amount he earns? Do we need to file a tax return and if so, is he an independent contractor? Will we need to use schedule C? Note that we... show more
    My son does odd jobs in the neighborhood, and occasionally works in my mother-in-laws office filing and cleaning. In both instances, he is paid cash. Can I open a ROTH in his name and deposit funds up to the amount he earns? Do we need to file a tax return and if so, is he an independent contractor? Will we need to use schedule C? Note that we live in Texas, and his annual earnings will likely be less than $2,000. Thanks for the advice!
    11 answers · United States · 3 years ago