If you’re like me then when MS Outlook let’s you know that you’ve got a new message you usually see an envelope down in the bottom corner of your taskbar (the system tray).
I happen to have a love/hate relationship with that little envelope.
I love that it let’s me know that a
One of my favorite summer activities is to go hiking. I was browsing the internet for interesting places to hike at and discovered this page full of useful information for anyone who is new to backpacking and hiking. I even think it was helpful for me and I’ve been hiking all of my life.
You’ll start off in the Getting Started section which has excellent, practical information… Continue reading
So I use Yahoo as my start page. Why? Because I like getting all my news, stocks and scuttlebutt all in one place.
But the other day I noticed something lurking in the upper right-hand corner of the Yahoo homepage I’d never seen before.
So I clicked on it, and to my surprise (and delight) I found that… Continue reading
I’d heard before that Windows 7 had some built-in mouse gestures, but aside from the Aero Shake and Snap features, I haven’t been able to unearth much else.
So the next time you want to access the jump list for a program in the taskbar, do this:
Click on the program’s
Burt from Akron asks:
Sometimes when I hover my mouse over desktop shortcuts, additional information will show up. At other times, I can get nothing more to show than what is already on the screen. Is there a way to see the extra information any time I want to?
Of course there is, And it only takes one quick left-click! How easy is that? Look… Continue reading
Ever find yourself staring at a section of and Excel worksheet and feeling your eyes cross as you look and look for something in particular.
All those cells, all those numbers… I can feel the headache coming on now… it can just be too much sometimes!
Want a quick way to view that range of cells up close and personal? Maybe a way that… Continue reading
Are you ready to discover the magic of words? Well, I hope you are because that’s what this site is all about.
The site is divided up into three main areas: A.Word.A.Day, Internet Anagram Server, and Wordsmith Chat.
A.Word.A.Day – is exactly what it says it is. You’ll learn a different word every day, and you can check out the previous day’s… Continue reading
OK – so I’m not able to give you PowerPoint for free but I can direct you into a few sites for free presentation templates…
I don’t know about you but I’m always looking for something “new” to use – I’m a teacher and I have the same audience day after day (for at least 180 days of the year!) and rotating through the same old set… Continue reading
Sometimes you just need to see how the data stacks up.
You’ve got a string of numbers and you need to visually see how they compare.
Is one value way bigger than the rest? Are they distributed fairly evenly or at most of the numbers higher than the others? Lower than the others?
Whatever you need to… Continue reading