view

Wed
12
Mar
Dennis Faas's picture

Is MS PowerPoint Acting Shifty?

Do you frequently find yourself using the Slide Master or Handout Master in MS PowerPoint? If so, I know that you most likely feel like it's a pain in the neck to keep searching for menus to get where you want to be. I know users who finally just ... added buttons to their program window and it worked fine for them but there IS another way to accomplish this task that is much easier. I would like to familiarize you with the view buttons in the lower left-hand corner of the screen in MS PowerPoint. These handy dandy buttons allow you to quickly switch between the Normal View, Slide Sorter and ... (view more)

Mon
17
Dec
Dennis Faas's picture

'Recent Files View', and 'Run Scanner'

Recent Files View Each time that you open a file its name is recorded by the operating system in the 'Recent' folder or the Registry. This utility displays the list of all recently opened files, and allows you to delete unwanted filename entries. ... You can also save the files list into text/html/xml file. http://nirsoft.net/utils/ Run Scanner RunScanner is a freeware Windows system utility which scans your system for all configured running programs and autostart locations. You can use Runscanner to detect autostart programs, spyware, adware, homepage hijackers, unverified drivers and other ... (view more)

Wed
26
Sep
Dennis Faas's picture

Assigning Categories to Notes in MS Outlook

You can assign categories to notes, just as you can to any other Outlook item. Categorizing helps you organize your notes, particularly if you choose to view your Notes folder by category. You can assign multiple categories to each note. For ... example, you might assign a project category to a notes, a well as an Urgent category. Follow the steps below to assign categories to a note: Right-click the note and choose Categories, or select the note and choose Edit | Categories. In the Categories dialog box, select the applicable categories. If you do not see the categories you need, click Master ... (view more)

Mon
30
Jul
Dennis Faas's picture

Display the Style Area in MS Word

When you uses Styles in Microsoft Word, you can see the style of the currently selected paragraph in the Style dropdown list on the Formatting toolbar. To see what style is applied to a paragraph, you may click the paragraph and look at the list on ... the toolbar. When you receive a document from someone else, whether it be someone in your office or someone from a remote location, wouldn't it be nice if you could instantly see what styles used for each paragraph in the document? Well you can, and I am going to tell you just how to accomplish that. I have been told by folks who work on Help Desks ... (view more)

Wed
25
Jul
Dennis Faas's picture

Converting Individual Endnotes and Footnotes in MS Word

Kim had a term paper due and it had forty end notes. Then her professor decided that he would rather have footnotes. Fortunately, Word is flexible when it comes to whether a note is a footnote or an endnote. You cannot convert all of them at one ... time, but convert them you can! The way you convert them is not really intuitive, but follow the steps below and you will learn: If you are working in Normal view, select Footnotes from the View menu. If you have both footnotes and endnotes defined in your document, Word displays the View Footnotes dialog box. Click your mouse on the type of note from ... (view more)

Sun
10
Jun
Dennis Faas's picture

Will Google Make You a Peeping Tom?

Ever heard of Google Street View? The new service is raising eyebrows within the online community and elsewhere, as it threatens worldwide privacy. For example, while searching for her home, Ms. Kalin-Casey was able to see her cat in the living-room ... window of her second-floor apartment building. Kalin-Casey ultimately wants to know "where you draw the line between taking public photos and zooming in on people's lives." (Source: net-security.org ) Discussion about the confidentiality issues of Street View has been all over the web since Kalin-Casey recently voiced her concerns in an email to ... (view more)

Tue
05
Jun
Dennis Faas's picture

'Opera Usb', and 'Code View'

Opera Usb Opera USB is a portable version of Opera web browser you can carry on a memory stick. Use all Opera features mobile: no problem! There are no unwanted effects on Internet Explorer or other browsers. Existing opera versions are also not ... affected, and it makes no entries to the registry, nor does it leave data on the guest computer. http://www.opera-usb.com/operausben.htm Code View Mihov CodeView is a fast and easy-to-use program for quick browsing through text files, source code and initialization files. It is possible to copy and paste from clipboard, search for strings and print. ... (view more)

Tue
08
May
Dennis Faas's picture

'Shellex View', and 'Gparted Live Cd'

Shellex View The ShellExView utility displays the details of shell extensions installed on your computer, and allows you to easily disable and enable each shell extension. http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html Gparted Live Cd GParted is an ... industrial-strength package for creating, destroying, resizing, moving, checking and copying partitions, and the filesystems on them. This is useful for creating space for new operating systems, reorganizing disk usage, copying data residing on hard disks and mirroring one partition with another (disk imaging). The power and simplicity of GParted on a ... (view more)

Tue
30
Jan
Dennis Faas's picture

Modify Footnotes and Endnotes In Outline View: MS Word

After a note has been created you may have a need to modify it. You don't have to repeat the Insert | Footnote command; this will only insert an additional note reference mark. Instead, avail yourself to one of the actions below to change the text: ... In Normal view, choose View | Footnotes. This opens the footnote pane, where you can make changes to the note text. In Print Layout view, scroll to view the bottom of the page. Make changes as you would any text. If your footnotes are too long to fit on the corresponding page, they will extend to the next page. To show continuation of footnotes ... (view more)

Tue
14
Nov
Dennis Faas's picture

Delete and Position Graphics: MS Word

When inserted, a picture is part of the flow of text, an inline object. Because you have already learned how to format alignment and spacing of regular text, you will now learn how to convert a picture to a floating object. Click the picture to ... select it. Click the Text Wrapping button on the Picture toolbar. This opens the menu. Click one of the wrapping styles. You can also use the selections on the Layout tab of the Format Picture dialog box. The view changes to Print Layout view, and the picture is now a floating object. When you place the mouse pointer over it, the pointer turns into a ... (view more)

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - view