When you work on an MS PowerPoint presentation do you often find that your numbers or bullets seem either too small to view in the back of the room or so large that they overpower to rest of the slide?
Either way it’s not a good thing and you may find yourself spending way too much time trying to fix the situation.
Well, fortunately… Continue reading
If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel on it, here’s a cool trick. Try Holding the Shift Key on your keyboard and then spin the mouse wheel. In both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox you’ll go forward or back a page depending on which way you spun the wheel! How cool is that?
Give it a try. Open up… Continue reading
Have a lot of people reviewing a particular Word document?
Maybe too many?
Hard to tell what’s going on with all that “chatter”… too many changes, too many people.
Wish you could sort them out?
Maybe see just one or two persons’ at a time? Or maybe you’ve decided that you should ignore someone. Whatever, there’s simply no… Continue reading
Would you like to prevent your employees from copying sensitive data?
Using a simple Registry setting, you can add an extra layer of defense to your computer and prevent anyone from copying your sensitive information with a USB flash drive.
This Registry setting will make all your USB ports read only, just like a DVD. This setting works on Windows XP and Windows Vista. You must… Continue reading
So, I’m sure you all know about Word’s ability to create numbered and lettered lists.
I’m also equally certain that you’ve had Word take over a list or two and do the numbering for you, once the program noticed the pattern.
So, here’s my question for today: Did you know that there are a variety of formats that Word will mimic as it continues… Continue reading
Mozilla’s Firefox has grown popular among many frequent Internet users and bloggers. Now one of the most favored amongst web browsers, it is known for its reliability, ease to work with and customization. Many users are switching over from older Internet browsers like Internet Explorer to Firefox. Like any other Internet browser, it is important for Firefox to be kept secure at all times and protected from viruses and malicious… Continue reading
What if you come across a picture on a web page that you want to print, but not save? With Internet Explorer just right-click the image and select “Print Picture“.
With Firefox you need to right-click and choose “View Image” to bring the picture up in its own window, then you can print the page.
There… Continue reading
Okay, so, you’re in MS Excel and you’ve got a piece of data. You’re about to use the fill handle to get Excel to copy and paste the data down the column.
That’s a good idea and as we all know, just dragging the fill handle will copy the data item exactly into all the other cells. But, if we also hold down the Ctrl key while… Continue reading
The website seadragon.com is a project from Microsoft Live Labs. The main aim of seadragon website is to change the way we have been using screens to display images. Images can be viewed in wall-size displays and all the way down to mobile phones enabling smooth browsing of graphics and photos regardless of the amount of data or the bandwidth of the network.… Continue reading