Dating a document

We also outline how this tool will be demonstrated.

in the year of our Lord one thousand two hundred and fifteen (or, 1215 AD) Top of page Numbers were expressed in Roman numerals throughout the period covered by this tutorial.

Mr Vanderwolfe said: "Sometimes when you are in a rush and busy, you can slip up."This virus was horrible and now all of the documents are encrypted.

Instead of [Microsoft] Word for example, it comes up with gobbledygook."It then asks for £3,000 in exchange for the file to be unlocked.

Our anti-virus wasn't good enough for this one."It is a warning to other people and it I think our security for this type of thing and backing up our computers needs re-thinking.Hackers have wiped every council document from a local authority's computer system dating back two years after a town clerk inadvertently opened an email virus.The hacking scam them demanded a payment of £3,000 to unlock the file to get the documents back.Dual dating is the practice, in historical materials, to indicate some dates with what appears to be duplicate, or excessive digits, sometimes separated by a hyphen or a slash. The need for double dating arose from the transition from an older calendar to a newer one.For example, in "10/21 February 1750/51", the dual day of the month is due to the leap year correction of the Julian calendar by the Gregorian calendar, and the dual year is due to some countries beginning their numbered year on 1 January while others were still using another date.Excerpt of the cover page of a print of the Treaty of Lübeck (1629), with the Gregorian day (22) directly above the Julian (12), both before the name of the month, May.


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