Thursday, March 20th, 2008
Nick from GA asks:
Is there a way to show multiple time zones in Windows Vista and 7?
Yes there is, Nick! Let’s check it out!
Setting It Up
1.) The first step is to right click on the clock in your system tray
Over and Over Again
Do you use MS Outlook’s calendar feature? Do you have some appointments (such as weekly staff meetings or daily deadlines) you enter into your calendar repeatedly?
If so, Outlook can make those repetitive entries for you! To set an appointment as a recurring event, you need to first open the appointment.
Now, go to the Recurrence choice. In older versions of Outlook, you’ll find it under… Continue reading
Can you tell me a little about the MacBook Air? I’ve been seeing the commercials on TV for it, but I’d like to know a little more about it before I consider getting one. Thanks for all your help!
Oh, I’m so excited that you asked this question! I, too, have seen the commercials on TV for the new MacBook Air laptop and it’s pretty much… Continue reading
All Your Faves
So, tell me, how many favorites do you have saved on your computer? Ten? Twenty-five? One hundred? No matter how many you have, you know how important your favorites are. I mean, every time you happen upon a Web site you like, all you have to do is add it to your favorites list and it’s then just a mouse click away. Plus, there are… Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to make your own comics? Well, now you can! And all you need are a few photographs and a little creativity. Here at Comiqs, you will find an easy to use application for making really neat comics out of your very own photographs!
Registration is easy. All you need is an e-mail address, username, password and to pick what country you’re from. Then just… Continue reading
Copying Your Error Messages
What do you do when you receive a cryptic error message? Most computer users search for the error on the Web with their favorite search engine. However, that means you have to copy down the entire error message and then go off and search for it. Well, not anymore! Today, I’m going to show you a little trick that makes this procedure so much easier. Let’s… Continue reading
Insert Many Where There Are None
Do you do a lot of copy/paste or cut/paste moves in MS Excel? If so, are you tired of shifting cells around to make space for the stuff you need inserted into the middle of your current data set?
How would you like a way to get Excel to do the data shift for you? That’s right! Excel can shift data at the same… Continue reading
This Web site poses the question: “Are you seafood savvy?” I know for certain that I am not! I am not a huge fan of seafood. I am slowly getting acquainted with it by a bite here and a bite there, but I’ve yet to find anything I would actually eat a whole serving of. However, I’m very open-minded on the subject!
I am a firm believer… Continue reading
This week, I have a few more Firefox add ons for you and I’m willing to bet that you’ve never heard of them before! These add ons can make your life a whole lot easier while you’re browsing the Web. Like I said, these add ons are for Firefox only, so if you don’t have Firefox yet, you can download it right here. Okay, let’s check these out!… Continue reading
Windows Updates for March 2008
It’s that time of the month again! Yep, the Windows Updates for March 2008 were released on Tuesday, March 11 and if you haven’t installed them yet, you need to get busy! Just like every month, these updates are very important for the safety of your computer. If you don’t get them soon, you’re really going to be missing out on some heavy… Continue reading