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“Microsoft Office Word Word cannot open this document template. (C:Users…C3Building Blocks.dotx)” Learn to fix this error and get your page numbers up and running in Word 2007 Continue reading

If you dislike the Control Panel’s category view offered in Windows 7 and long for the days of icons found in the classic view, then here’s what you need to know to turn your wish into reality. Continue reading

“Done, but with errors…”

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Ever wonder what the “done but with errors” message in your browser means? Wonder if there’s anything you can do about it? Continue reading

Rename Your Router

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Is the name of your router no longer working for you? Did you name it in a way that would make the network easily identifiable as yours to anyone with a wireless device in your area? Let’s look at tightening up the security of your network with a name change. Continue reading

Disable Your Laptop’s Touchpad Mouse

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Are you using an external USB mouse with your laptop? Tired of bumping the touchpad only to find yourself somewhere you weren’t expecting to be? Learn how to reduce your frustration here. Continue reading

When I print screen of my desktop and paste in Word, I get a blank box with dashes. What’s going on? Continue reading

What’s Up With The $$ Files?

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

What about all those files with the $$ in front of them? Can I delete ALL of those? Will it help my computer to delete them? Continue reading

Envelope Printing in

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Looking to print professional looking envelopes from Look no further… here’s what you need to know to get the job done right! Continue reading

Need to set up a distribution list in Mozilla Thunderbird? Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

Setting The Default Font in Word 2010

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Can’t find the default font setting in the Options of your new Word program? You’re not alone since you’ll need to reach the setting elsewhere… and here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

Learn how to include or remove headers and footers when printing in Google Chrome. Continue reading

Looking to send out information from a Word document without a visible cursor for your readers to see? No problem – here’s a quick and easy way to solve the problem. Continue reading

Looking to create a shortcut to you online e-mail account… or any other site for that matter? It’s an easy thing to do that takes just a few seconds of your time… Continue reading

Not sure why your Blu-Ray player is Wi-Fi ready? Interested in getting video services like Netflix and Blockbuster to work for you? Then it’s time to get that player connected to the Internet so you can enjoy all it has to offer. Continue reading

Kindle books are now available in over 11,000 public libraries! Here’s a quick look at how you can use your library card instead of your credit card to read a book on your Kindle. Continue reading

How Big is a Terabyte?

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

KB, MB, GB… we’re starting to see a new player in town when looking at the memory capacity of new computers and it’s a terabyte (TB). Just how memory is that? Continue reading

Learn to change Writer to work with right-to-left languages with just a few simple clicks. Continue reading

Pasting text into Calc cells doesn’t have to be a trial and error process. Learn how to paste information the way you want it from the start and save yourself a headache or two. Continue reading

Learn how to enter up to 3 e-mail addresses for the same contact in MS Outlook. Continue reading

Learn to make tables in Ooo Writer using nothing but your keyboard, and have the added benefit of control over the column widths as it’s created – not after! Continue reading

Learn a few simple key combinations to change paragraph types as well as to align paragraphs in your Word documents. Continue reading

Learn to control task panes in your Microsoft Office Programs with just a few keystrokes. Continue reading

Use your keyboard to start numbered and bulleted lists in Writer. It’s super-handy! Continue reading

Learn how you can view any of your files as “Read Only” to prevent accidental changes. Continue reading

If you tend to use the Equation Editor in MS Word and are tiring of the trips back and forth between your equation and the Equation Design Tools tab on the Ribbon, then here’s some of the basics for making your life a little more mouse-less. Continue reading

Tired of the old keyboard-mouse-keyboard routine in MS Outlook? Say no more! Get the scoop on navigating your program window without the aid of your mouse! Continue reading Writer: Keeping It Together

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Learn to prevent tables in Writer from splitting onto two different pages or columns. Continue reading

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