A feature I miss in Windows 7 that was in previous versions was the menu with “File, Edit, View, etc.” menu that hung around up at the top of each explorer window. I guess Microsoft didn’t want us to use it anymore.
Well, too bad, because today we’re bringin’ it back!
Just click Start, and in the Search Box type “ Folder
Yeah, I know. Excel is primarily for numeric data , but let’s face it, we tend to use a lot of words in our Excel worksheets. Given all those words, it’s only reasonable to find that typos and misspelled words are occurring in Excel too.
So, it makes sense to me to understand (not just assume) what cells the spell check feature is actually checking. Did you… Continue reading
I don’t know what made me go looking for sites on surfing but I’m glad I did, because I’ve learned so much about it from this site.
I would start your journey in the Exhibits section. I love the History of Surfing exhibit. The flash timeline of the History of Surfing is awesome. And definitely don’t skip looking at the surfboard line either! I thought… Continue reading
New substitutes for built-in Windows programs have been popping up all over the place. The alternatives listed below can sometimes be more useful or simply more fun. We all need a little change once in a while, right?
Replacements for Wordpad include…
* OpenOffice – a Java based office suite that is perfect for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases, and more. It allows… Continue reading
If traffic is the life blood of your Web site, then revenue is the nourishment to sustain it. The total revenue available from purchasing a Web site needs to be broken down in order to determine how much is actually being made. This break-down also provides a visual of where changes can be made to strengthen the revenue. If you are serious about Virtual Real… Continue reading
It’s a very little known trick that you can increase your browsing speed under Windows XP Professional by 20% with a quick tweak to the Qos Packet Scheduler. By default, Windows keeps this 20% in reserve for Windows Updates, so if you’re and XP Pro user and you want a little speed boost, then follow along!
Go Start>Run and type in gpedit.msc
If you use comments in MS Excel then you might find yourself wishing that there was a way to color code them.
Maybe some comments are notes you’ve made to yourself about double checking a formula, maybe others pertain to something entirely different.
Whatever your needs it might interest you to know that you can change the color of your comments with just a… Continue reading
Are you ready to indulge in some brain snacks? I am! Here at the Exploratorium’s Science Snacks you can find all sorts of treats to stimulate your mind.
If you want to learn more about Science Snacks, check out the Questions about Snacks link. There you will discover what each snack contains and the history behind the Science Snacks at the Exploratorium.… Continue reading
Are you tired of the same old emoticons and winks that Windows Live Messenger has to offer?Well, did you know you can make your own?
Start the Windows Live Messenger program click on the Show Menu > Tools > Emoticons.
Click on the Create Button.
1. Click the Find Image