Friday, November 26th, 2010
If you have a YouTube account and a slow internet connection, you can make adjustments for easier viewing. Learn how here. Continue reading
Today I’d like to discuss one of my favorite features in Outlook 2010 – the Quick Steps feature found on the Home tab of the Ribbon.
This handy little gem can be tailored to allow you to move messages around, categorize them, flags, create appointments from them… all with a single click.
Yes, you read that correctly… Continue reading
Organizing files in folders is easier when you utilize the Sort by and Group by options in Windows 7. You can sort and group files by name, type and date, but there are a whole slew of other ways to organize your files too. Here’s how to do it.
1. Open a folder with files you want to arrange. Then right-click on
The Decameron is a text that has well and truly influenced all sorts of literature. I’m going recommend you head right to The Project section and then click About the Project, not only will it fill you in on what happens in The Decameron, who wrote it, why it is important, it… Continue reading
Mike from San Francisco, California writes:
I use Firefox as my main browser. Lately it’s been crashing and says it’s because of an Adobe flash plug in. Can I fix this?
Hi, Mike! I’m glad you wrote, because I have heard that a lot of people have experiences this problem, and it’s easily fixed in one of two ways. Before we fix this… Continue reading
Most of us start a table in Writer with either the Insert Table button
… or the Table menu, Insert choice.
Both work well but, for some people, if there’s a way around the mouse they’re going to use it every time.
With that in mind, I present to you – my happy keyboard enthusiasts – this… Continue reading
Coastlines are the best bet for some great water photography. Call it coastline photography, if you will. What makes it more enticing are the accompaniments that come with coastlines: sand dunes, sea grasses, rugged rocks, cliff faces and faces in the crowd. However, just like any other sphere of activity, there are rules to the game. Here are a few. You can add more to it as you… Continue reading
I’ve been finding a lot of great recipe sites, then it dawned on me – what if not everyone is a carnivore? If you prefer veggies instead, this recipe site is for you!
The Veggie Table brings you delicious vegetarian recipes that you can use whether you abstain from meat or not. I can’t wait… Continue reading
If you’re having a computer problem, Windows 7 offers a quick route to a possible solution.
Just type the word Troubleshoot in the Start search box, and hit the Enter key, or select Troubleshooting from the list.
This will bring up the Windows 7 Troubleshooter. From there, you can choose from a list of potential problem… Continue reading
You know, the more I use Microsoft’s Bing search engine, the more I’m impressed with it. Just the other day, I was messing around with the Maps feature and I stumbled across the Map Apps section. Here, I found apps for a food cart finder, parking finder, local events, roadside attractions and even an app to find urban graffiti installations.