Occasionally you need to check spelling in an application that does not include a spelling checker and you don’t want to launch your word processor just for that. This is when tinySpell becomes handy; it is a small utility that allows you to easily and quickly check and correct the spelling in any Windows application.
Archive for the ‘Graphic and Publishing’ Category
I love free software you can use online. BeFunky’s Cartoonizer does what you see above: turns your pictures into cartoons.
Just upload a picture from your hard drive or straight from your webcam and have fun!
There are many duplicate file finders out there and they have saved me a lot of time over the years. But have you ever wanted to find images that are similar, so you can delete redundant pictures? If you do want to do this, this guide is for you.
Do you have a cluttered desktop? Do you spend time looking for the documents, pictures etc you’ve saved recently and then move them to different folders? If this is the case, or if you just like a clean desktop, this guide is for you.
Microsoft Paint isn’t the best program in the world, but it’s so simple and it’s free. I am a big fan of paint and used it in the creation of many of the images used on mintywhite.com. In this guide I will introduce Paint.Net and explain why you should be using this program right now!
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I use notepad a lot and am always copying text that I want to save for use at a later time. Notepad isn’t really useful for archiving work, but it’s great for keeping snippets on your desktop that can remind you to get stuff done. If you are like me and use Notepad too, this guide is for you.