Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
Learn how you can save your search in Windows 7 with this handy quick tip! Continue reading
Austin asks :
Is there a way to back-up Windows updates (in my case, for Windows XP) to a CD, so if I ever have to format and re-install, I don’t have to re-download everything?
Windows updates is a service by Microsoft which helps you to install the latest Windows components, hotfixes, security fixes, software upgrades e.g. Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer and so on. Security… Continue reading
The one thing you notice as soon as you become part of the knitting and crocheting community is that there is always a group or organization that are using their skills to give back to the rest of the world. Whether it is baby blankets or stuffed animals for kids, or like this site patterns for soldiers – the community is brimming over with people who want to… Continue reading
I happened to be working in Word 2010 the other day and happened upon a new button in the Font group of the Home tab in the Ribbon.
It’s called the Text Effects button and when you use it you open a palette of choices like this:
If you take a look you should… Continue reading
When we work in spreadsheets we end up using text as well as numbers. I know that we like spreadsheets for their easy organization and ability to do calculations but let’s face it… you’ve got to label the data. A spreadsheet filled with unlabeled numbers is pretty useless.
With that in mind, I’d like to talk about what we can do when our text is too long… Continue reading
Even in today’s touch-screen world, the keyboard and mouse have not been replaced. Fortunately, the technology has evolved. You now have choices galore to suit your needs. This article will help you make an informed decision on your next keyboard or mouse.
Key deciding factors that can influence your decision are:
– Connectivity Medium… Continue reading
Do you have garden pests? Are your plants leaves full of holes or showing signs of rusty brown? No clue what is the matter with your plants? Well you’ve come to the right place! The Pest & Disease Detective helps you determine what’s wrong with your garden!
Start by selecting the vegetable, then where the damage is located on the plant, and it will show… Continue reading
Summer is a time for riding roller coasters, visiting theme parks, and even checking out the local county fair. I think growing up near Cedar Point has given me a definite interest in roller coasters and this summer I got to wondering, when did people start riding roller coasters?
So I found this site about Roller Coaster History! I suggest you start with the section… Continue reading