Sorry to torment you with this...
...ok, not sorry....
There's a cop on the side of the road, checking for speeders. A car flies by and the cop sees 12 penguins in the back of the car. The cop hits his sirens and pulls the guy over, runs up to the window, and says, "What are you doing with 12 penguins in the back of your car?"
The guy says, "I dunno."
Cop replies, "Well I think you should take those penguins to the zoo."
"OK," the guy replies.
Next day, the cop's on the side of the road again. Same car flies by, 12 penguins in the back of the car. Cop hits the sirens, pulls the guy over, runs up to his window, and says, "I thought I told you to take those penguins to the zoo!"
Guy replies, "I already did. And now we're going to the movies.”
Friday, July 29, 2016
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016
We had an issue today of not being able to view the worksheet tabs across the bottom of a Google Sheet spreadsheet. This one was extremely annoying as I couldn't see the screen of the user in question. Oddly, when I opened up the same sheet, I couldn't either. But simply scrolling down brought the tabs into view. Didn't work for the person I was helping, though. So, I poked around the internets and found this discussion in Google Docs Help. There are a couple of things they recommend.
if you have the Ask toolbar in your browser, remove it
try opening the spreadsheet using "incognito mode"
try resizing the browser screen
try using Firefox (or another browser. If you're in Firefox, then try Chrome or IE)
Anyway, I hope you find this helpful. Let me know in the comments.
if that works, then we need to disable extensions until we determine the one causing the problem