Wednesday, March 11th, 2009
You’ve just got to give these a try! I’ve been doing a tremendous amount of work in PowerPoint lately and these have truly helped to make my presentations smooth as silk! Continue reading
When I found this I had to share it with you. This is by far and away the best free image editing software that I’ve run across. It reminds me of a couple applications all put together to make one stellar application.
I suggest you start your visit by watching the Sumo Paint in Action Video. Clicking the link on the site will take you to YouTube… Continue reading
Vista Service Pack 2 on the Horizon
A few tidbits surrounding Microsoft’s second service pack for Windows Vista have trickled out on the web. Nothing major has been announced just yet, but here’s what we know so far.
First off, SP2 will have the updated Windows Search 4.0, which makes finding files, e-mail and network items quicker and easier. There’s also the inclusion of Microsoft’s new exFAT… Continue reading
Quick Tables Designed by You!
So, if you investigated the tip we ran the other day on Word 2007’s Quick Tables then you may have been left with a bit of disappointment if you didn’t see a built-in table that would suit your needs.
In that case you may have thought “Good idea, too bad it doesn’t help me.”
Before you dismiss the idea altogether let’s take a look… Continue reading
Have you ever received your paycheck and it seems like the next time you turn around you don’t have any money? For me it is the little things that add up; like having lunch at school or getting a snack out of the vending machine while I study. Now you can keep track of where all your money goes by keeping track of what you are spending… Continue reading
Zoom Inbox, Zoom Outbox
Do you work in MS Outlook and find that you seem to flip between the Inbox and the Outbox quite frequently?
Tired of needing the mouse to jump back and forth between the two?
Yeah, me too.
So, here’s just the key combinations you need to zoom from one to the other.
I love to watch a good movie to relax. There is something about sitting in front of the television with some freshly popped popcorn and putting in a movie that just lets me unwind for a little bit.
If you’re a movie lover bookmark this site! Clerkdogs is an amazing site where you type in the name of a movie you like and you’ll get movie recommendations… Continue reading
How well do you know the insides of your PC? I mean, it’s all enclosed in a shiny case for the most part, and barring anyone out there who has a window cut into the side (and there are those out there that do), looking into the abyss of the home computer is just not something the average user is apt to do! So, say you want to upgrade the… Continue reading
Camera Rain Covers are an absolute must for snapping photos in inclement weather, so I suggest using this great accessory to protect your expensive camera and lenses! Have peace of mind knowing that your gear will be protected and you can still get that perfect picture by using Camera Rain Cover. Hydrophobia is one of the leading brands that I have been using with complete
Start From Here
Here’s a really quick tip for my MS PowerPoint users…
Did you know that you can start your slideshow from the beginning with a single key?
Yep, that’s right, it can be done.
A simple jab at the F5 key and your presentation starts at the first slide.
And, I have one more extra tidbit for my PowerPoint 2007 users… you can use Shift + F5 to… Continue reading