many individuals with type 1 diabetes have mobility limitations in the feet (e.g., foot ulcers and amputations) and a lower extremity disability. these factors are independently associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease (cvd) and risk of lower extremity amputations. diabetes self-management requires knowledge of procedures for management of these conditions, which can be obtained through self-monitoring of blood glucose, blood pressure, and blood lipids. while diabetes is the leading cause of lower extremity amputations, other causes include other vascular diseases, trauma, and congenital malformations. diabetes self-management requires individuals with diabetes to become knowledgeable about their disease and to monitor their own blood glucose and other conditions.
same as remembertype, but you can specify a field that you want to use for the timestamp. if the field is null (as it is by default), the field in the field list is used. you can specify two fields for this option, separated by a comma. the second field will be used if the first field is null.
by default everything is restored upon opening a workbook, even the custom objects and formulas. this can be disabled for data protection purposes. if you are using this option, you must configure your custom objects and formulas to have an restore option in order for the restore to work properly. here is an example of a custom object with the restore property set to true
withevents myole on open workbook = application.run "myole" on close workbook = application.saveas _ fileformat = xlopenxmlworkbook rememberdatabaseonly by default, if you save a workbook with macros enabled, a backup is created on a separate server that contains only the database file. 3d9ccd7d82