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Assign a Permanent Letter to a USB Thumb Drive

Posted by Rich On March - 4 - 2008

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Do you run backups to, open files from, or simply use a USB thumb drive? If you do, this guide is for you.

Have you noticed that each time you put your USB thumb drive in your computer, it comes up with a different letter? If you have more than one external drive/camera/portable hard drive then this is likely the case.

This can be frustrating when trying to run backups or opening files in a piece of software to find it can’t find the recent location because the drive letter changed.

Here are the steps you will need to take to assign a permanent drive letter. Read the rest of this entry »

Have PDF Files Read to You by Adobe Reader

Posted by Rich On March - 4 - 2008

If you know about this already, then there will be nothing new here. I just found this tonight and thought I’d share it with you.

With Adobe reader (the free version that most of you already have on your computer), you can have your documents read to you.

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Test to See if Your Antivirus Software Works (Safe)

Posted by Rich On February - 28 - 2008

Most of you probably have anti-virus software on your computer. If you do, good job; however, are you sure it works? Let’s do a quick test.

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60 Microsoft Word Shortcut Keys – Learn Some More Today

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 2008

How many times have you used CTRL+X or CTRL+V today?

There are some shortcut keys you just can’t live without, and you probably already use them frequently. Learn some more shortcut keys today and use them to save you time in the future.

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