Wednesday, February 16th, 2011
Let’s learn how to change it so Microsoft’s Bing search engine can search in different countries! It’s easy! Continue reading
The WorldStart newsletter is delivered via email, and replies to it arrive in one of several inboxes that I monitor each day. When a response is called for, I reply, in an often vain attempt to answer readers’ questions. Some of the replies to the newsletter are, to
Welcome to the Roadmap to Harmony.
There are a couple of ways to navigate this roadmap. You can click the Get Started circle, read the introduction, and then follow the other circles around the map. Just click on them to zoom in on what they’re about.
Or you can use
OpenOffice.org Calc: Why Are My Formulas Behaving So Badly?
If you’ve used Excel in the past with any regularity, you may find yourself experiencing some difficulty with formulas – whether creating them in Calc or trying to open an Excel file in Calc.
While I can’t guarantee that I’ve got the answer to your
MS PowerPoint: Who Knew That the F2 Key Has a Use Here Too?
As I’m sure you already know, the F2 key when used in MS Excel will put you into the editing mode for the contents of a selected cell.
It’s a really handy little tool, since you can navigate through the sheet
Welcome to a web application that allows you to practice your calligraphy online. When it comes to calligraphy I don’t think that anything can really compete with practicing with the pens and paper, but this application can really help you get a feel for how the nibs you’re using should work.
Children can be tough subjects for a photographer. They are not as patient as adults, and are always on the move. So, if you want to take great photos of your kids, try these top tips.
1. Get down – One of the quickest fixes for achieving great photos of children is to get down to their eye level. Too many