Wednesday, June 10th, 2009
Learn how you can add a layer of organization to your Firefox bookmarks menu with this quick tip! Continue reading
In MS Word, what’s the difference between Ctrl + U and Ctrl + Shift + W?
The answer is one little word: spaces.
Let me explain.
I’m sure you all know that Ctrl + U will underline text, spaces and all like this:
In contrast, the Ctrl + Shift + W will underline only the text, like this:
See how the spaces are not underlined?
There… Continue reading
YouTube is one of the most popular sites that exist on the Internet today. It is a search engine for video clips; whether they be music videos, movies, trailers, funny videos, or a work-out tutorial—practically any video that exists can be found here! Next to Myspace, Facebook, and Twitter, it is probably the most visited website out there today. In fact, you can share links from YouTube on your Myspace… Continue reading
I know I’ve talked off and on about blogging here, everything from where you can blog to what blogging is. Today I’m bringing you an awesome site devoted to helping you design your blog and style it so that it is attractive to your viewing audience.
The author breaks blog design into nine different categories, they are: Header, Content Area, Primary Navigation, Secondary Navigation, Headlines, Comments, Post’s Footer, Footer… Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago you sold a program called File Name editor. On the sales page for that product, you made a video demo that recorded your computer screen. How did you do that?
WOW, I received a lot of questions about that video demo!
Well, today I will share with all of you how we did that. The program we used for creating… Continue reading
This is another one of those instances where I could’ve sworn we already had a tip on this somewhere, but again I was left in surprise. A reader e-mailed me recently and asked me how to set their mouse to single click in Windows Vista and Windows 7. I went looking through our vast archives and found no such thing, so I thought today would be a good day to… Continue reading
Do you use tables in MS Word 2007?
I know that I do quite frequently and I find that I’m always trying to create some sort of custom border combination using the Borders and Shading dialog window.
It’s a good way – at least it’s the way we’re used to using – but with Word 2007 at your fingertips maybe there’s an easier way to create custom borders…
Today I… Continue reading
I don’t know why but lately I’ve gotten extremely fond of striped backgrounds. So when I found this site I couldn’t wait to share it with you all! Here you can make your very own striped backgrounds and it’s easy as pie!
To get started you can either click randomize to generate the colors of your background’s stripes or you can change the color on each stripe individually. To change… Continue reading
Throughout the course of Windows history, one process has always stood out to me the most. It runs silently in your task manager, calmly taking up memory with little explanation as to what it does. Of course, I’m speaking of rundll32.exe. In fact, you may have seen it crop up a time or two when a program crashes, but other than that, it’s just something
Do you like MS WordArt’s flash, but not always the shape of the text when it’s created?
Do you know that you don’t have to settle for the default shape of your WordArt text?
It’s definitely within your control and just a quick couple of clicks away. With that, you can easily change your favorite WordArt into different shapes, arcs, banners, etc. It will take you longer to decide on… Continue reading