June 2014 Entries
I use a table similar to this quite frequently for my own personal reporting and analytics on various things. I figured I would polish it slightly and publish it in case anyone else needed it. =)
I have a set of documents I need to review regularly. They are *mostly* form data in word so I wanted to write a simple script to extract the data I need from all of the documents and put it into a table. I wasn't sure how to do this so I wrote a little script to iterate over the data in the document. The documents I review have several versions, different form fields, and other irregularities. I wanted to save a little script I wrote that uses various methods to iterate through the document. I use LINQPad regularly, so...
Hit Windows + R (Opens "Run" command)
Google search yields a ton of sources for this. I'm just going to reference the first one that I looked at:
Easy to setup
Easy to add other users
Easy to reset to zero and retain data
Expensive plan has good response
No usage based pricing
Requires usage of the Amazon Workspaces Client
Can't save password, makes complex passwords a pain
Can't move to different workspace easily
Cheap plan not really fast enough for me.
I think the standard plan would be great for most people. Reasonably priced if you need office or not. I think using the MS Office 365 would be a better deal for most, but it's certainly nice to get turnkey with no work on office and anti-virus. I'm surprised MS doesn't offer something like...