WORD 6 FOR WINDOWS SKILLS (8/9/96) by nTG0yV

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									       COMPUTER SELECTED SKILLS MANUAL
     COMMENCED IN 2002 AND OCCASIONALLY
              PARTIALLY REVISED
                        (Last partially revised in 2011)

                                 TABLE OF CONTENTS12
     TITLE                                                                     PAGE

Add Preferred Program Icon, Folders and Files to Start Menu     42
Add Caption to Photo/Video Clip Using Adobe Photoshop Elements 60
Address Book Sorting For Outlook and Outlook Express (arranging
 alphabetically by first or last name, in ascending or
 descending order)                                              62
Alphabetizing Favorite(or Bookmark)List according to Page
 Title                                                          18
Assign or Change a Drive Letter in Windows XP                   57
Attachment Manager for Outlook Express (helps stop malicious
 e-mail attachments or suspicious files)                        62
Apply Sound Hardware For Test Wizard (to test microphone)       33
Audio Tuning Wizard (for Windows Messenger)                     33
Autocorrect Use                                                 15
Automatically Putting Computer on Standby                       38
Automating Windows Maintenance Program (and see, also, p. 36) 38
Auto-Responder Message Preparation using Dreamhost Web Panel    48
Autotext Use                                                    14
Backing up Periodically www.johndorf.com Web Site In
 My Documents File                                              38
Bcc (blind carbon copying) Procedure in Sending E-mail          30
Block Sender Procedure to Reject E-mail in Outlook Express
 from Particular Sender                                         32
Bold, Italic and Underline Attributes Use                       10
Border Addition for a sentence or paragraph                     44
Bullets and Numbered Lists Creation                              9
Calling via Windows Messenger Online Contact’s Computer From
 Your Computer and Having Online Voice Talk with Contact        38
Centering                                                        6
Change-Tracking (redlining/black lining) to Track Changes to a




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    To put Table of Contents   in alphabetical order, highlight text to be alphabetized and click
    on Table-Sort-Ascending,   but be careful about alphabetizing when the Item is described in
    more than one line
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    Disclaimer of Liability:    John S. Dorf shall not be liable for loss of or damage to equipment
    of anyone during or as a   result of the use of procedures provided in this Manual.
                                                   a
 Document                                                       16
Closing a Document                                               3
Columns Creation                                                 6
Compressing a Folder and Later restoring it (for ease in
 transmitting it as an e-mail or fax attachment)                28
Contacting Dreamhost Web Site Provider                          36
Converting to Uppercase and Lowercase                           11
Converting a WordPerfect File Received as an Attachment to a
 Word Document                                                  44
Copying a Data CD or DVD Disk or Music CD                       47
Cookies Deletion (deleting Cookies Which Snoop)                 34
Copying Files En Masse onto A: Disk or E: Disk                  26
Copying Outlook From Backup E: Disk to Outlook on C: Drive      52
Copying Files from E: Disk to Another Location                  39
Copying From One Drive to Another                                2
Copying Outlook from C: Drive onto Backup E: Disk               26
Copying Text from One Document Into Another (copy and
 paste method)                                                   9
Copying Text in Same Document (copy and paste)                   9
Copying Window or Screen Contents                               10
Corrective Action When on Printing From Certain Web Sites Pages
 Cut Off At Right Margin, Leaving Incomplete Lines of Text      44
Creating with a Scanner and Using Your Facsimile Signature
 for E-mail or Fax Message or for a Letter or Other Document    43
Creating an E-Mail Distributi0n List For Messages to a Group    51
Creating and Copying Data CDs and DVDs using Computer’s own
 Recordable Device (including copying a music CD to a CD)       47
Creating through “Rule Wizard” Rule Directing E-mail to be
 Routed to Deleted Items Folder and Alternate Method            29
Cropping and Resizing Picture with Photo Impression 4.0
 Program                                                        42
Default Printer Setting                                         18
Deleting a File                                                  3
Deleting a Video (Movie Clip) from a YouTube Site               66
Deleting Word, Line or Text, Paragraphs, Block of Text
 and Undeleting                                                  8
Desktop Background (wallpaper) Adjusting                        10
Desktop Icon Size Changing                                      13
Desktop Shortcut Creation for Web Site                          13
Desktop Shortcut Creation                                       13
E-mail Attachment – Printing Out                                21
E-mail Read Receipt Requesting and Allowing Response to
 Request                                                        29
E-mailing Copy of An Article Appearing on Internet              28
Emailing a URL Address for a particular Web Site                66
Enhancing Brightness of a Photo Using Film Factory              41
Exporting Fax to TIFF, DCX, BMP or Other Graphic Images         30
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Expression Web Programming For Creating New Web Page
 for Existing Web Site                                          61
Expression Web Programming for Inserting Picture or Hyperlink
 on a Current Web Site Page                                     62
Expression Web for Inserting YouTube Video by Embed Code
 Link Process on Current Web Site Page                          64
Facsimile Signature Creation with a Scanner and Use             54
Firewall Protection                                             45
Footnotes and Endnotes Creation                                 11
Formatting Problems Correction                                  13
Full Justification Creation                                      6
“GO TO” Command for Word                                        12
Grammar Correcting                                              14
Hanging Indent                                                   5
Hard Page Break Creation (to end a page before its normal end) 12
Highlighting (selecting) Text                                    1
Hyphenating Words (to reduce gaps between them)                  6
If Windows Does Not Start Up Properly                            1
Indenting                                                        4
Inserting a Picture Directly Into Text Message Area of E-mail
 (rather than attach picture) Already Stored In Computer        40
Inserting Into E-mail a picture originally E-mailed to You as
 an attachment                                                  40
Inserting New Text between Existing Text                         7
Intel Camera Use (if software for it installed)                 45
Labels Creation and Printing for a Mass Mailing                 56
Line Spacing Changing                                            4
Mail Merging (to save time creating form letters, envelopes,
 etc.)                                                          21
Maintenance Steps for Windows XP (and see, also, Product
 Activation)                                                    33
Margins Adjustment                                               4
MobilMe Use of File Share Facility of WWW.Me.Com To Store
 Music, Pictures and Documents                                  80
Moving Quickly to Beginning or End of a Document               10
Moving Text (cut and paste method)                               9
Moving Text or an Object by Dragging it to a New Location        1
Microsoft’s Free Antispyware Solution (protecting from
 unwanted tracking and hacking and always running in background60
Minerva eHEAlTH VIEWER (Flashdrive F:\)                         55
Obtaining E-mail Account and Microsoft @netpassport Account     39
Opening Existing File                                            2
Optimum Online E-mail User’s Ability to Check Mailbox Quota and
 Consumption to Control Amount of Available Space for Incoming
 Mail                                                           56
Outlook – If Outlook does not open readily                      71
Outlook’s Mail Format-Changing to Use Bold, Italics, Underline 11
Outlook Express’ Preview Pane                                   41
Overwriting from My Documents’ Copy of www.johndorf.com to



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www.johndorf.com                                               53
Page Size Selection                                             4
Pages Numbering                                                 3
Password Protection Creation for Your Own Web Site’s Sections 37
Password Protecting a Microsoft Word File                      13
PhotoShow Creation, Etc. with Roxio Creator 2011 and Photoshow 67
Pictures Insertion Into a Microsoft Document                   41
Pictures-Saving To Computer Pictures Downloaded From Web Site
 or Emailed to You And Inserting Pictures Into a Word Document 40
Picture & Video Messaging with JSD’s LGVX8360 Cell Phone Camera58
Preventing Programs From Automatically Starting Up When
 Booting Up                                                    33
Printing Generally                                             18
  Cancel Printing Job Already in Progress                      18
  Printing Envelopes                                           19
  Printing Labels (See also p.77 for creation of labels for
                    mass mailing)                              19
  Printing Preview                                             20
  Printing Specific Pages and Sections                         20
Printing Picture which is on an Internet Web Site              20
Program Component Installation (using Add/Remove)              28
Read-Only File – Making it Writable and Saveable               50
Remote Assistance Use                                          31
Removing Unwanted Spyblast Program                             41
Safe Mode Boot Use as a Diagnostic Tool to Troubleshoot        36
Saving a Document                                               3
Saving a Web Page Or File to Your Computer                     44
Scanning if Printer has scanning capacity                      29
Scanner Use with HP LaserJet 3015                              27
Scan, Using Xerox 515 Scanner, Multiple Pages Into Single File 60
Screen Saver Setting Up and Changing                           40
Searching for Text                                             15
Section Break creation                                         12
“Send To” Menu – Adding a preferred location to menu           16
Setting HomePage for Internet Explorer (to use or change
 homepage(e.g.,setting to Yahoo Or from Yahoo to Google)       31
Shortcut – Addition to Desktop                                 13
Show/Hide Button on Standard toolbar                            8
Sound Hardware Test Wizard Application                         40
SpamCop Stops Working (i.e., no longer have a “Trash” folder) 43
Spellchecking                                                  14
Starting New Document                                           2
Starting Word                                                   1
Supercopying (to preserve an existing document and use it as
 basis for new one which will be somewhat different)            2
Symbols and Special Character Use                              12
System Restore for Windows (so if you experience computer



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problems you can return it to an earlier more stable time
 before the problems occurred)                                  36
Tab Settings`                                                    5
Text Attribute Effects Using Keys                               11
Text Size Changing for Internet Explorer                         7
Thesaurus Use                                                   14
Transferring Documents and Other Important Information from
 Current Computer to New One If It Has Windows XP Operating
 System (e.g., Internet Explorer and Outlook Settings,
 browser favorites, e-mail, dial-up connection information,
fonts, customized system settings and My Documents folders)     57
Type Fonts and Fonts Size Changing                               7
Underline Style Changing (to, e.g., double-underline)            7
Undo and redo (to restore deleted text or undo restoration)     10
Using File Share Facility of www.me.com (MOBILEME) to Store
 Music, Pictures and Documents                              …..78
Using JSD Signature as Facsimile for E-mail Message             28
Using Internet to View Prudential Financial Statements          45
Using Microsoft Outlook Express to Obtain Access to an E-mail
 Attachment Received in Outlook which Microsoft Outlook E-mail
 Security Blocks Access To As A Potentially Unsafe Attachment 54
Using Word Startup Switch /a                                    53
Virtual Tour Viewing Of a Residential Unit For Sale             82
Watermark Creation In Word 97, Word 2000 and Word 2003 (to, for
 example, create a text-type watermark for words such as
 “DRAFT”, “CONFIDENTIAL” or “PAID”)                             63
Web Hyperlink Insertion in an E-mail Message                    33
Inserting or Deleting Pictures in Homepage (index.htm)          41
Publishing Document to Web which may be Downloaded              66
 Publish to Web                                         44 and 79
 Publish to Web a picture a picture from Nikon Pictures folder
  Using Quick Publish Selected Files Method                     58
 Windows Folders and Windows Updatews                           41
 Winfax Cover pages Setting Up and Editing                      32
 Winzip Installation and Use to Open Zip Files                  51
 Yahoo Web-based E-mail Account Creation for Use Anywhere In
  World With a Computer Other Than Your Own to Access Your
  Regular E-mail and Send E-mail                                30
 Yahoo account To Access and Use Regular E-mail                31




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                                                  MANUAL
                                     STARTING MICROSOFT WORD34
Either click START button, point to ALL PROGRAMS and click on MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD and when menu
appears click on Microsoft Word or click on Microsoft Word icon on Desktop.

      NOTES: When under these Skills directions you are told to click, click
             on left mouse button unless specifically directed to use right button.

              See Footnote 1 below regarding Standard and Formatting toolbars and Status bar.


                         IF WINDOWS DOES NOT START UP PROPERLY
Restart computer and press F8 key to start it in Safe Mode. Once in Safe Mode, click the
System Restore link on the Safe Mode Troubleshooter page and follow directions.


                                HIGHLIGHTING (SELECTING) TEXT
To highlight (or select), hold down Shift key while arrowing through text to be selected, or
simply position cursor where highlighting to begin, hold down left mouse button and drag it
through text and then release button. To cancel a selection, click anywhere in document.
To highlight an individual word, double-click on it.
To highlight entire text of a document, highlight any word, hold down ctrl key and press the a
key.



       MOVING TEXT OR AN OBJECT BY DRAGGING IT TO NEW LOCATION
Point to the starting place or object, if text, highlight it, hold down the left mouse button
(unless specifically told to use right button), move the mouse to the new location and then
release the button.



                                     OPENING AN EXISTING FILE
1.    Click on Desktop’s Microsoft Word icon, click on Open button in Standard toolbar (or on
      File-Open) and in Look in box’s drop-down list click on location of existing file (e.g.,
      Desktop, a: drive, My Documents) (or if file is on Desktop or in My Documents, just click
      on appropriate icon).

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      Create toolbars by clicking on VIEW-TOOLBARS.
      The Standard toolbar, which starts at left with button for New Blank Document, has buttons for creating, saving
      and opening documents, as well as for common editing tasks (e.g., bolding, italicizing, underlining, changing
      font and font size)
      The Formatting toolbar, which starts at left with Normal, has buttons for formatting tasks.
      If not certain what any button on toolbar does, point to it with mouse pointer and name of button will be
      displayed in a small box under the pointer.

      The Status bar is at bottom of screen and shows what Word is ready to do next. Watch it for prompts,
      explanations of current command.
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      1,000 bytes = 1 Kb (Kilobyte); 1,000,000 bytes = 1 Mb (Megabyte); 1,000,000,000 bytes = 1 Gb (Gigabyte);
        (If 1,000 Mb = 1Gb , and Itunes is about 2.25 GBs, would 2.25 GBs = 2,250 Mbs? If so, and Dropbox limit is
        300Mbs, then ITunes is about 7 + times too big for Dropbox.)
      The Ruler. To display the ruler so as to quickly adjust tabs, indents and margins, click View-Ruler.
2.    Click on Open or just double-click on file to be opened.


3.    If file to be opened is not listed, select another directory in Directories list box,
      double-click on root directory (c:\) to list directories on the drive and then click on
      directory containing file. To display all files in a directory, select All Files.



                               STARTING NEW DOCUMENT
Click on New button in Standard toolbar (or click on File-New and in New dialog box
which appears click on Blank Document and then on OK).


                           COPY FROM ONE DRIVE TO ANOTHER

1.   Open document to be copied, then highlight it.
2.   Click on File-Save As.
3.   In the Save As dialog box’s Save in window, using drop down box click on drive document to
     be saved on (or My Documents).
     NOTE:   Consider before step 3 changing name of file being copied to another drive or to
              My Documents in c: drive).
4.   Click on Save.


                                        SUPERCOPYING
     (To preserve an existing document and use it for basis of a new one which will
      be somewhat different than existing one):

1.    Open existing file to be supercopied (which must have been previously saved and closed),
      then highlight it.

2.    Click on File-Save As.
3.    In File name type new name for the supercopy.
4.    In Save As dialog box at drop-down list click on My Documents   or on drive copy being
      supercopied is to be supercopied on.

      Note: It is impossible to supercopy on the same drive unless supercopy is given a new name.




                                    SAVING A DOCUMENT
1.    Click on Save button in Standard toolbar. If saving for the first time, when the Save As
      dialog box appears so document can be given a name, type name for document in File name
      text box.


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2.    If saving in location listed in Save in box click Save button. Otherwise, click down arrow
      to right of Save in box and click on location you want.


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      NOTE: To have computer automatically save periodically click Tools-Options, click on Save
      tab, put check before Save AutoRecover info every, select minutes and click OK.

                                    CLOSING A DOCUMENT
Click on Close button (X) in upper-right corner of document window. If no unsaved changes, Word
closes document immediately. If have unsaved changes, Word asks if you want to save. If you do
not want to, click on No button and document will close. If you want to save, click on Yes
button.


                                         EXITING WORD
Click on Close button for Word window, or click on File menu and               then on Exit.


                                      DELETING A FILE
Locate file to be deleted and either right-click on it and then click Delete, or locate file,
highlight it and then click File-Delete.

      NOTE:   You can also drag file into Recycle Bin.



                                   SELECTING PAPER SIZE
                            (default is 8.5 x 11 and Portrait)
1.    Click Page Layout tab on Ribbon.
2.    Click Size button
3.    Click a paper size.

      NOTE: Use similar procedure to change orientation (Portrait or Landscape) by clicking Page
                  Layout tab. Then click Orientation and choose Portrait or Landscape.

                                      NUMBERING PAGES
1.    On Insert tab, in Header & Footer group, click Page Number.
2.    In Page Numbers dialog box:
      A.    From drop-down list, choose location for page numbers and then page number style.
      B.    Return to such drop-down list by repeating Step 1. above and in Page Numbers dialog
            box choose Format Page Numbers and page number format. Then click OK.
      C.    If number is not to be shown on the first page, under Header & Footer Tools, on the
            Design tab, in the Options group, select the Different First Page check box.


      NOTE: To remove page numbers, on Insert tab in Header & Footer group, click Page Number and
            then click Remove Page Numbers.




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Word automatically removes page numbers throughout the document. To remove them for
            part of a document, divide document into sections and break the connection
            between them with Section Breaks.
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                                      LINE SPACING CHANGING
   1.    Press CTRL+1   for single line spacing.
   2.    Press CTRL+5   for 1 & 1/2 line spacing.
   3.    Press CTRL+2   for double line spacing.
   4.    Press CTRL+0   (the number 0) to add an extra line between paragraphs or to turn off line
         spacing.

         NOTE:   Alternatively, change line spacing by clicking on Format-Paragraph   and in Indents
                 and Spacing choose spacing desired.

         NOTE:   Default setting for widow/orphan control is on. To turn control off, click on
                 Format-Paragraph, click Line and Page Breaks tab and in Pagination click
                 widow/control to turn it off.


                                         ADJUSTING MARGINS
   1.    Place cursor where margins are to be adjusted and click on FILE-Page Setup-Margins tab.
   2.    Set Top, Bottom, Left and Right margins as desired.
   3.    Choose from the Apply to drop-down list either Whole document or This point forward.
   4.    Click OK.


                                               INDENTING
                              (can also use Format-Paragraph method)
   A.    ENTIRE PARAGRAPH TO BE TYPED:
         Press Ctrl+M and type paragraph.

   B.    ENTIRE PARAGRAPH ALREADY TYPED:
         Move cursor anywhere in the paragraph and press Ctrl+M.

         NOTE: To indent the paragraph to the next tab stop, press
               CTRL+M again. To remove, press Ctrl+Q.

   C.    CREATING FIRST LINE INDENT:
         Click in front of line you want to indent, on Page Layout tab, click the Paragraph Dialog
         Box Launcher, then click the Indents and Spacing tab,in the Special list under Indent click
         First line, then in the By box set the amount of space that you want the first line to be
         indented.

   D.    INCREASE OR DECREASE LEFT INDENT OF AN ENTIRE PARAGRAPH: Select paragraph you want            to
         change, on Page Layout tab in the Paragraph group click the arrows next to Indent Left        to
         increase or decrease the left indentation of the paragraph.
   E.    INCREASE OR DECREASE RIGHT INDENT OF AN ENTIRE PARAGRAPH: Select paragraph you want           to
         change, on Page Layout tab in the Paragraph group click the arrows next to Indent Right       to
         increase or decrease the right indentation of the paragraph.




F. CREATING   HANGING INDENT SO SECOND AND SUBSEQUENT LINES MOVE TO FIRST TAB STOP;           Select
         paragraphs, drag Hanging Indent marker (bottom triangle directly above Left Indent marker)
         to desired position on ruler.
         NOTES: Can also create hanging indent by highlighting paragraph and pressing Ctrl-T.
                 To reverse hanging indent: press Ctrl-Alt-T.
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             ALTERNATE METHOD FOR CREATING HANGING INDENTS SO
            SECOND AND SUBSEQUENT LINES MOVE TO FIRST TAB STOP

To create a hanging indent so text will be spaced like this:
A.    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
            mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

B.    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmm m
      mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

on Page Layout tab click the Paragraph Dialog Box Launcher, then click Indents and Spacing tab,
in the Special list under Indentation click Hanging and then in the By box set the amount of
space you want for the hanging indent.

You may also create a hanging indent by pressing Ctrl-T and end it by pressing Ctrl-Alt-T.

                                       TAB SETTINGS
                                  (default is every 0.5”)
1.   Click on Format-Tabs. (See in NOTES below alternate method for manually setting tabs.)
2.   Type each setting, with alignment for each (and leader, if any) and after each
     setting press SET.
3.   Then when all settings done, click on O.K.

     NOTES: A. To clear one setting, press Clear; to clear all, press Clear all.
            B.    Also, can manually set tabs as follows:
                  1.    Choose tab type by clicking on small box at far left of the Ruler until
                        correct tab icon appears: SEE IMMEDIATELY BELOW icons for Left Tab,
                        Center Tab, Right Tab and Decimal Tab (for easily typing columns of
                        figures.)
                  2.    To set tab, place cursor at position along Ruler where tab to be set and
                        click on left mouse button.
                        NOTES: (a) To delete a tab, drag tab type indicator at tab stop
                                     position on Ruler down into the document and release mouse
                                     button.
                                (b) To move a tab, drag its indicator to new position on the
                                     Ruler and release mouse button.




                                          CENTERING
1.    Click on Center button in Formatting toolbar.
2.    Type text, press ENTER and then click on Align Left button in Formatting toolbar.

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     NOTE:   To center text already typed, highlight it, click on Center in
             Formatting toolbar, click anywhere to de-highlight text, press
             ENTER and then click on Align Left button in such toolbar.




                               CREATING FULL JUSTIFICATION
                       (so both right and left edges are straight)
1.   For new text, click on Justify button in Formatting toolbar.
2.   To justify text already typed, highlight text, click on Justify button and dehighlight
     text.


                                    HYPHENATING WORDS
To reduce gaps between words, particularly when text is justified, choose Tool-Language-
Hyphenation, mark the Automatically hyphenate document check box and click on OK.



                                     CREATING COLUMNS
(using Page Layout-Columns command, or clicking on Columns in Standard toolbar)
A.    CREATE COLUMNS OF EQUAL WIDTH:
     1.     In Presets group, select One, Two or Three, or in Number of
            columns, select number.
     2.     If columns not to be of equal width, select width and spacing and
            select desired width and spacing.
     3.     If want columns to start at insertion point, rather
            than be for whole document, select Apply to and select This point forward.
     4.     Choose OK or press ENTER.

B.   TYPING AND EDITING TEXT IN COLUMNS:
     To move from one column to top of next, press Alt+down-arrow key.     To
     move to top of previous column, press Alt+up-arrow key.

C.   ADDING A LINE BETWEEN COLUMNS:
     1.    Click in section containing columns where want vertical line.
     2.    Choose Format-Columns command.

     3.      In Columns dialog box, select Line between option.
     4.      Choose OK or ENTER.
             NOTE: To remove line, deselect (or clear) Line
                     between option.




                     INSERTING NEW TEXT BETWEEN EXISTING TEXT
1.   Place Insertion Pointer where new text is to be inserted and click on left
     mouse button.
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2.      Press spacebar and insert new text.



                              CHANGING TYPE FONTS OR FONT SIZE
                                      (See attached list of Fonts)

A.      CHANGING TYPE FONTS:
        1.    Click on down arrow next to Font text box in Formatting toolbar to see available
              fonts.
        2.    Choose desired font (scrolling list if necessary).

              NOTE: To change font of already existing text,
                     highlight text and choose font from list.

B.      CHANGING FONT SIZE:
        1.    Click on down arrow to right of Font Size list in Formatting toolbar to
              see sizes. Highlight size desired.
        2.    Click on desired point size.

              NOTE: A.  To change size of text already typed, highlight text
                        first and then choose font size.
                     B. As alternative to using font dialog box in Formatting
                        toolbar, use Font DIALOG BOX reached by clicking on
                        Format-Font and select desired Font, Font style, Size,
                        etc.


                                   CHANGING UNDERLINE STYLE
                                     (e.g., to double-underline)
Highlight word(s) in text to be underlined, right-click thereon font and change Underline style
(and, perhaps, color) and then click OK.

NOTE:   May also double underline by highlighting text to be double underlined and then either
        press together Ctrl+Shift+d or right-click on text and change Underline style.


                     CHANGING TEXT SIZE FOR INTERNET EXPLORER
Click View-Text Size (or Font Size) and select size desired.




                         DELETING WORD, LINE OF TEXT, PARAGRAPHS,
                                BLOCK OF TEXT AND UNDELETING
A.      DELETING WORD: Ctrl+Backspace deletes word to left of cursor.




                         Ctrl+Delete deletes word to right of cursor.

B.      DELETING LINE OF TEXT:


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      1.      Move mouse to left margin and point it at line of text to     be deleted, click left
              mouse button to highlight it.
      2.      Press Delete key and answer Yes to prompt: “Delete Block?”

C.    DELETE BLOCK OF TEXT:
      1.    Highlight block, press Delete key and answer Yes to prompt: “Delete Block?”
D.    DELETING PARAGRAPHS:
      1.    Click 3 times on any word in paragraph.
      2.    Press Backspace key.

E.    UNDELETING:    Use Undo Typing command in Standard toolbar (or press Ctrl-z).




                         SHOW/HIDE BUTTON ON STANDARD TOOLBAR
                  (Displays (nonprinting) symbols onscreen to show where
                   you pressed Spacebar, the Enter key and the Tab key)

Click SHOW/HIDE button (paragraph mark symbol) on Standard Toolbar. Word uses
a dot to show where you pressed Spacebar, an arrow to indicate where you
pressed Tab key and ¶ to indicate where you pressed Enter to end a paragraph.
Click button again to turn it off.

      NOTE:   Might use button to show check whether you typed an extra space between two words,
              to see how many blank lines are between two paragraphs, or to confirm you inserted
              only one tab at the beginning of a paragraph.




                          CREATING BULLETS AND NUMBERED LISTS
A.    BULLETS:
      1.    Click where list to start and click Bullets button on Formatting toolbar. Word
            inserts bullet.
      2.    Type first item in list and press ENTER.
      3.    Continue typing items in list. After last, press ENTER




              twice to turn off bullets.

B.    NUMBERED LIST (OR LETTER LIST):

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     1.      Click where list to start and click Numbering button on Formatting toolbar.
     2.      Type first item in list and press ENTER.
     3.      Continue typing items in list. After last, press ENTER twice to turn off numbering.

             NOTE: Or, click Format-Bullets and Numbering-Numbered, highlight form (1., 2.; A.B.,
                   ; 1), 2), 3), etc.), or customize and click OK. To turn off, return to
                   Numbered and click on none.
             NOTE: To switch from bullets to numbers (or vice versa), highlight list and click
                   Numbering or Bullets button.
             NOTE: To turn off Automatic Feature: Choose Tools, Auto-Correct, click Auto-Format
                   As You Type tab, clear check boxes for Automatic bulleted lists and automatic
                   numbered lists and click OK.



                                         MOVING TEXT
                                        (cut and paste)
1.   Highlight text to be moved.
2.   Click on Cut button in Standard toolbar.
3.   Position cursor where text to be moved to.
4.   Click on Paste button in Standard toolbar.

     NOTE:   Can also drag text from one location to another by first highlighting text to be
             moved, then positioning cursor with mouse anywhere in highlighted text and then
             holding down left mouse button drag text to location where it is to be moved and
             releasing left mouse button.



                             COPYING TEXT IN SAME DOCUMENT
                             ( copy and paste)
1.   Highlight text to be copied.
2.   Click on Copy button in Standard toolbar.
3.   Position cursor where text to be copied to.
4.   Click on Paste button in Standard toolbar. While text will be left in original location, a
     copy of it will appear in new location.




                   COPYING TEXT FROM ONE DOCUMENT INTO ANOTHER
                                      (copy and paste)
1.   Click on File-Open and click on document text is to be copied from.
2.   Highlight text to be copied to other document.
3.   Click on Copy button in Standard toolbar.




4.   Click on File-Close.
5.   Click on File and click on document into which text is to be copied.
6.   Position cursor where text is to be inserted and click on Paste button in
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     Standard toolbar and continue work.


                         COPYING WINDOW OR SCREEN CONTENTS
To make copy of active window, press Alt + PRINT SCREEN.
To copy entire screen as it appears on monitor, press PRINT SCREEN.
To paste image into a document, click Edit menu and then click Paste.


                                     UNDO AND REDO
A.   UNDO to restore deleted text without retyping:
     Use UNDO button in Standard toolbar to undo last actions, one at a time,
     in the reverse order in which they were performed.
     Clicking on UNDO button once will undo last actions. Clicking on it again
     will undo the action before that.

B.   REDO:
     If change mind after undoing an item, use REDO button in Standard toolbar.
     Each time REDO button clicked previous action will be redone. Pull down
     REDO list to display list of last UNDO actions and select item you wish to
     redo.


                MOVING QUICKLY TO BEGINNING OR END OF DOCUMENT
A.    MOVING TO BEGINNING: Press CTRL+Home key.
B.    MOVING TO END: Press Ctrl+End key.


          CREATING AND ADJUSTING DESKTOP BACKGROUND (WALLPAPER)
To create, right-click on picture and click on Set as Desktop Background.
To adjust, right-click anywhere on Desktop, click Properties-Desktop, bring down Position menu
and click Stretch.

                  USING BOLD, ITALIC AND UNDERLINE ATTRIBUTES
A.    CHANGE APPEARANCE BEFORE TYPING:
      1.    Click on Bold, Italic or Underline button in Formatting toolbar.
      2.    Type text.
      3.    Click on same button used in Step 1 to toggle off style and then resume typing.




B.   CHANGE APPEARANCE AFTER TYPING:
     1.   Highlight text.
     2.   Click on Bold, Italic or Underline button, click again on text to




         remove highlighting.
            NOTE: To remove previous bolding, italicizing or underlining, highlight
                   text, click on particular button previously used and then click on
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                  highlighted text.


CHANGING OUTLOOK’S MAIL FORMAT TO USE BOLD, ITALICIZE AND UNDERLINE
In Outlook click on Tools-Options-Mail Format, change in the “Send in this message format” box
to HTML and then click OK. (Will not see B, I, U buttons on toolbar until actually start to
insert text into new message.)


                         TEXT ATTRIBUTE EFFECTS USING KEYS
KEY COMBINATION       APPLIES THIS FORMAT
press all keys
together)
Ctrl+Shift+a          All Caps
Ctrl+B                BOLD
Ctrl+Shift+d          Double Underline
Ctrl+Shift+h          Hidden Text (to find it, choose EDIT-FIND
                       to display FIND dialog box)
Ctrl+I                Italics
Ctrl+Shift+k          Small Caps
Ctrl+U                Continuous Underline
Ctrl+Shift+w          Word Underline (each word)
Ctrl+=                Subscript
Ctrl+Shift+=          Superscript
Ctrl+Shift+Zz         Undo character formatting

      NOTES: To change existing text, first highlight it.
             To restore changed text, either use UNDO button or
             highlight text and repeat key combination which created it.


                     CONVERTING TO UPPERCASE AND LOWERCASE
1.    Highlight text to be converted.
2.    Press Shift+F3, which capitalizes first letter of each word or capitalizes every character
      in the block or returns them to lowercase origins, as case may be.
3.    Continue pressing Shift+F3 until you have settled on desired case.




                                 FOOTNOTES AND ENDNOTES
A.    TO CREATE:
      1.    Position cursor where footnote to be.
      2.    On References tab, in Footnotes group, click Insert Footnote or Insert Endnote.




B.    TO EDIT:
      1.    Click Footnotes Dialog Box Launcher and do one of following:
            a.    In Number format box, click format you want.

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            b.    To use a custom mark instead of a traditional number format, click Symbol
                  next to Custom mark, and then choose a mark from available symbols.

      2.    Click Insert.
            NOTE: To quick-edit, double click on footnote number.

C.   TO DELETE:
     Highlight footnote’s number in document and press Delete. (Numbers of any remaining
     footnotes automatically are corrected).


                                       GO TO COMMAND
1.   Double-click in either of first two sections of status bar at bottom of
     screen to display dialog box.
2.   Click on Page option in Go to what list, enter page number and click on Go To.
3.   To move to a line, click on Line option in Go to what list, enter line number and click on
     Go To.
4.   Click on Close button to remove dialog box.



                               HARD PAGE BREAK CREATION
      (to end a page before its normal end and continue typing on next page)
A.   TO CREATE HARD PAGE BREAK: press Ctrl-Enter.
B.   TO DELETE HARD PAGE BREAK: click on Show/Hide on   Standard toolbar, select the break and
     press Delete.

                                 SECTION BREAK CREATION
             (to start a new section on next page or on the same page to change such
             properties as line numbering, number of columns, or headers and footers)

On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Breaks. Then click type of section
Break you want to use, click where you want to insert a section break, click the option which
describes where you want new section to begin (Next page for a section break which starts the
new section on the next page, or Continuous which starts the new section on the same page).

To remove a section break, on Home tab, in Paragraph area, click SHOW/HIDE, place
insertion point before section break and press Delete.




                       USING SYMBOLS AND SPECIAL CHARACTERS
For a symbol, click on Insert, Symbol, at Font list bring down list, click on Symbol, choose
desired one by clicking on it and then click on Insert-Close.
Insert special characters by clicking on, Insert, Symbol, Special Characters, choose desired
one by clicking on it and then click on Insert-Close.
Adjust point size of inserted symbols and special characters as you would text.




                           FORMATTING PROBLEMS CORRECTION

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Click on Edit-Select All, click on Format-Style and then choose Normal-Apply.


                                     SHORTCUT ADDITION TO DESKTOP
1.     Click   file you want to create shortcut to.
2.     Click   File-Send To.
3.     Click   Desktop(create shortcut).
       Note:   If you wish to create a shortcut for a program, e.g., the game solitaire, click
               Start-Programs-Games, right-click Solitaire, click Send To-Desktop(create
               shortcut).


                                       CHANGING DESKTOP ICON SIZE
Right-Click on open space on Desktop, then click on Properties-Appearances, change Font Size
and click Apply-OK.


                          CREATING DESKTOP SHORTCUT FOR A WEB SITE
1.     Right-click on any empty space on your Desktop.
2.     Left-click on New and then on Shortcut.
3.     In Create Shortcut dialog box type in, : e.g.,
                ”www.racingtofa.com”.
4.     Click on Next.
5.     In Select a title for the Program box type in in replacement of what is there:   e.g., “Racing Tofa Homepage”.
6.     Click on Finish.
7.     Test new Desktop shortcut by clicking on it.


                                   PASSWORD-PROTECTING A DOCUMENT

     1. Click File tab-Info-Protect Document-Encrypt with Password.
     2. In Encrypt Document box type a password and then click OK.
     3. In the Confirm Password box type the password again and then click OK.

NOTE: To remove password from document:

       1.   Open the password-protected document.
       2.   Enter the document’s password to access the contents.
       3.   Click on File-Info-Permissions-Encrypt with password.
       4.   Erase the password in the field and click OK.
       5.   Save your document. And now the document that was password-protected before has
            become free-from password.




                              SPELLCHECKING AND GRAMMAR CORRECTING
             (Word’s automatic spell checking monitors characters typed and
               marks words not found in its dictionary with red wavy lines)
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1.   Click on Spelling and Grammar button, which is 5th from left in Standard toolbar (or on
     Tools-Spelling and Grammar).
2.   If word misspelled and correct spelling highlighted in list box, click on Change button. If
     correct word not highlighted, scroll list to find correct spelling, highlight it and click
     on Change.

     NOTE:By default Word checks grammar and highlights possible problems with green wavy lines.
          To turn off automatic grammar checking, choose Tools-Options, click on Spelling &
          Grammar tab, clear Check grammar as you type check box and click on OK.
3.   If word next believed by Word to be incorrectly spelled is correct, select Ignore.
4.   To edit a word manually, type correct spelling in Change box and press ENTER or click on
     Change.
5.   When message: “The spelling check is complete” appears, click on OK.
6.   Close document without saving it by selecting FILE-CLOSE and then click on No in dialog box
     which appears.
     NOTE: A.    Add button inserts the word in dictionary file CUSTOM.DIC, so same word will
                 not be reported as misspelled in other documents.
             B.  AutoCorrect button adds word and the replacement spelling to the AutoCorrect
                 list, so Word will automatically correct word next time it is typed in same
                 incorrect way. Also, you can add your own AutoCorrect entries to correct words
                 you frequently misspell, or to insert words and phrases by typing an
                 abbreviation. To create an AutoCorrect entry:
                       (i)    Select Tools-Autocorrect to display dialog box which will show
                              default entries AutoCorrect will replace.
                       (ii) Type in Replace box way word normally misspelled, or type an
                              abbreviation for an automatic entry.
                      (iii) In With box, type correct spelling, or full name to be used in
                             place of an abbreviation.
                       (iv) Click on Add.
                        (v) Click on Close to close dialog box.


                                         THESAURUS
1.   Highlight word to be looked up and press Shift-F7 (or Tools-Language-Thesaurus).
2.   In Thesaurus dialog box click different meanings in Meanings list to see synonyms. To see
     synonyms for the word in synonyms list, double-click it.
3.   When Word puts new word in the Looked Up list and displays the synonyms for it, click on
     word you wish to use and click Replace button.


                                     USING AUTOTEXT
         (Lets Word “memorize” blocks of text you plan to use in future)
1.   Type Autotext entry text Word is to memorize, highlight it, choose Insert-AutoText-New,
     type Name for such text in the Create … dialog box, using at least four characters and
     click OK.
2.   To insert Autotext entry into a document, click where text to be inserted, type first few




     letters of Name and when Name appears, press ENTER. Word inserts AutoText entry into
     document.
3.   To delete entry, click on Insert-Autotext-Autotext, locate and highlight entry Name, click
     on DELETE and then click OK.
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     NOTE: Autotext may not be insertable in an e-mail message.



                                   USING AUTOCORRECT
      (Automatically fixes spelling errors for words commonly misspelled)
1.   Choose Tools-AutoCorrect.
2.   Scroll down list at bottom of dialog box to see what AutoCorrect can fix. Word replaces
     items in left column with those in right column.
3.   Click in the Replace text box and type a word you frequently misspell, typing it mis-
     spelled.
4.   Click in the With text box and type the correct spelling.
5.   Click on Add button.
6.   Click OK.
     NOTE: If wish to use AutoCorrect to insert a long name or phrase, in Replace box type
           abbreviation for the name or phrase and in the With box type the full spelling.
           Then click on Add button and then on OK. (E.g., type in Replace box “USA” and in
           With box “United States of America”.)



                                  SEARCHING FOR TEXT
                         (To find in a long document a particular word
                          or phrase used one or more times in document)

A.   TO LOCATE SPECIFIC TEXT:
     1.    Move cursor to location search to be begun.
     2.    Select Edit-Find to display Find dialog box.
     3.    Type character or word you want to locate in Find what box.
     4.    Press ENTER or click on Find next to begin search. (To find next occurrence of same
           text, click on Find next or press ENTER again.
           NOTE: Use other options in Find dialog box.

B.   REPLACING TEXT AUTOMATICALLY:
     1.    Move cursor to location replacements to begin.
     2.    Select Edit-Replace to display Replace dialog box (or click on Replace in Find dialog
           box).
     3.    Type text to be replaced in Find what box.
     4.    Press TAB or click in Replace with box.
     5.    Type text to be inserted.
     6.    Select Replace All.
     7.    When dialog box appears reporting all matching text has been
           replaced and the number of the replacements made, click on O.K. to
           remove the message and close the Replace dialog box.
           NOTES: To find next occurrence of matching text without
                  replacing it, select Find next in Replace dialog
                  box, so Word will locate and highlight next
                  occurrence. Select Replace to replace the text
                  and locate next occurrence.




                  Use Search list to select a search direction.

                  Use Format list to select a format you wish to
                  find and replace. Use Special list to locate and

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                   replace nonprinting characters (e.g., tab spaces
                   and page breaks, special characters).


          THE “SEND TO” MENU – ADDING A PREFERRED LOCATION TO IT

1.    To make finding the SENDTO folder easier, first make a shortcut on your desktop for the
      folder or device (e.g., a CD) you want to add to the SEND TO menu, by right-clicking on
      such folder or device and selecting Create Shortcut.

2.    Right-click on the newly created shortcut on the desktop and choose “Cut”.

3.    In My Computer, double-click on the drive icon where the Windows system folder is
      (usually Local Disk (C)), double-click on the Documents and Settings folder and then on
      the folder with your user name on it. Inside your user name window will be the folder
      called SENDTO.
4.    Right-click on an empty part of the SEND TO window and choose “Paste”. The SEND TO menu
      will then include such shortcut.

      AS AN ALTERNATE METHOD, after   creating the new shortcut on the desktop per Step 1.
      above:

 A.   Double-click on the My Computer icon and then click on Tools-Folder Options, in the
      Folder Options box click on the View tab and then click on the button to left of “Show
      Hidden files and folders”, if it is not already enabled. Then click on OK.

 B.   In My Computer, double-click on the drive icon where the Windows system folder is
      (usually Local Disk (C)), double-click on the Documents and Settings folder and the on
      the folder with your user name on it. Inside your user name window will be the folder
      called SENDTO.

 C.   At upper right of such user name window click on the Minimize button so as to put such
      user name window temporarily aside, on the desktop left-click on the shortcut to the
      folder or device you wish to add to the SEND TO menu and holding down such left mouse
      button drag the shortcut over your user name at the bottom left of the taskbar, which
      will cause your user name window to redisplay.

 D.   Finally, drag the shortcut over the SENDTO folder and release the left mouse button. The
      SEND TO menu then will include such shortcut.


      USING WORD 2000 CHANGE-TRACKING FEATURE TO TRACK CHANGES TO A
         DOCUMENT, THE EQUIVALENT OF RED-LINING OR BLACK-LINING

To show   a colleague or client, or have reviewed by a workgroup, a document you want reviewed
and you want final control over which changes to accept or reject, use this feature. (The Word
2002 procedure is a little different.)




A. TO TURN ON CHANGE TRACKING WHILE EDITING:
1.    Open document you want to revise.



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2.    To be sure revision marks will be visible on screen, on Tools menu click Track Changes,
      then Highlight Changes and if not already there, put a check mark in Highlight changes on
      screen check box.
3.    Click View-Toolbars-Reviewing to bring up Reviewing toolbar.
4.    On Reviewing toolbar, click Track Changes (6th button from left).
5.    Make the changes you want by inserting, deleting, or moving text or graphics. You also
      can change any formatting. Revision marks will show the tracked changes.
6.    Send to client, colleague or workgroup for review. You can hasten sending by clicking on
      last button to right on Reviewing toolbar (Send to Mail Recipient (as Attachment).
7.    To turn off change tracking while editing, click the Track Changes button on the Review-
      ing toolbar.

B. TO ACCEPT OR REJECT CHANGES SUGGESTED WITH CHANGE TRACKING:
                                  TO DO THIS

Review one change at a time       Click Next Change, or Previous Change
                                  on Reviewing toolbar.

Accept the change                 Click Accept Change on Reviewing
                                  Toolbar (or right-click with mouse and
                                  click Accept Change). When you accept
                                  a change, Word removes the
                                  typographical revision marks; if you
                                  accept a text deletion, Word removes
                                  the text; if you accept a text
                                  insertion, Word leaves the new text;
                                  when you reject a change, Word
                                  restores the original text.

Reject the change                 Click Reject Change on Reviewing
                                  toolbar(or right-click with mouse and
                                  click Reject Change).

Accept or reject all changes in   On Tools menu, point to Track Changes,
one pass                          click Accept or Reject Changes and
                                  then click Accept All or Reject All
                                  (or right-click with mouse and click
                                  Accept ALL or Reject All).
                                  If you change your mind, click Undo.

See how document would look       On Tools menu, point to Track Changes
if you accepted all changes       and then click Highlight Changes.
                                  Remove the Highlight changes on screen
                                  check mark from the check box.

Display the original, unchanged   On Tools menu, point to Track Changes,
document so you can see how it    click Accept or Reject Changes, and
would look if you rejected all    then click Original and then Close.
changes                           However, if document contains
                                  formatting changes, Word displays the
                                  changed formatting, not the original




                                  formatting.

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                    NOTE: Remember that after reviewing session is over if
                          you had removed the check mark in Highlight
                          changes on screen check box, you must restore it
                          by clicking on Tools menu-Track Changes-Highlight
                          Changes and re-inserting such check mark.

C.    TO INSERT COMMENTS:

You and reviewers can make annotations on screen without changing
document text by typing comments, using Insert Comments on the
Reviewing toolbar. When a comment is added, Word numbers it and records
it in a separate comment pane. Word then inserts a comment reference
mark in the document and shades the text that is commented on
with light yellow. As with revisions, Word tracks each reviewer’s
comment reference marks in a distinct color.
To add a comment click in the document at the point where you want to
add it, on Reviewing toolbar click New Comment and then type comment
and rest the pointer over the comment you added.

After making comment(s) click Close in comments pane.

When you are reviewing a document and see a comment reference mark
with light yellow shading over the text commented on, left double-click
on it to open the comment panel. To edit the comment, left double-click
on Edit Comment in the Reviewing toolbar (leaving the comment reference
mark but changing text to its right), to go to next comment click on
Next Comment on such toolbar, to delete the comment, click on Delete
Comment on such toolbar. Then click Close.

     ALPHABETIZING FAVORITE (OR BOOKMARK) LIST ACCORDING TO PAGE TITLE
On Internet Explorer’s menu bar click on Favorites, then right-click on any site and select
Sort by Name option from contextual menu.



                                   SETTING THE DEFAULT PRINTER

       Click Start-Settings-Printers and Faxes, right-click the icon for the printer you want to
       use as the default printer and then click Set As Default. (If there is a check mark next
       to this command, the printer already is the default printer).


                                             PRINTING
SETTING DEFAULT PRINTER IF MORE THAN ONE: Click on Start-Settings, right-click on icon for
printer to be default one and then click Set as default (if checkmark not already at left for the
default printer).




A.     QUICK WAY:

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     Click on Print button in Standard toolbar. Look at area in bottom status bar which shows
     time clock. Icon of a printer will be displayed showing number of page being transmitted.

B.   CUSTOMIZED PRINTING:
     1.    Select File-Print (or press Ctrl+P) so print dialog box will appear.
     2.    Set options in dialog box. (If have more than one printer, select one to be used in
           Name drop-down list, to print only page insertion point is on, click Current page
           button, to print range of pages, type page numbers in Pages text box (e.g., 1,3,7, or
           1-7), to print only a block of text, highlight text before displaying Print dialog
           box and then mark Selection option button, to print multiple copies, type desired
           number in Number of copies text box).
     3.    Click on OK.
           NOTE: See page 60 below for more on printing specific pages and sections
C.   TO CANCEL PRINTING:
     Stop print job immediately by removing remaining paper and then press CANCEL on the
     printer, or cancel print job from print queue as follows:

           Windows print queue: If print job waiting in print queue (computer memory) or print
           spooler, delete job there by clicking Start-Settings-Printers, double-click the
           printer icon and open window, highlight print job and then click Delete.

           NOTE: For speed it is a good idea to create a Desk Shortcut for printer so as to be
           able to reach it quickly to cancel by using above print queue cancellation method.
           Create Shortcut by clicking on Start-Settings-Printers and Faxes, right-click on
           printer icon, click on Create Shortcut and answer prompt: Yes.


D.   PRINTING ENVELOPES:
     1.    Select Tools, Envelopes and Labels.
     2.    Click on Envelopes tab in Envelopes and Labels dialog box.
     3.    Word finds address in document which is open onscreen. Edit it in the Delivery
           address box if needed.
           If no document onscreen with a recipient’s address, insert delivery address in
           Delivery Address box and, if necessary, return address in Return Address box.
     4.    Word automatically includes return address on envelope. If have envelopes with
           preprinted return address, mark Omit check box.
     5.    Load envelope in printer face up so that return address will be at upper right
           and click on Print button. For HP LaserJet 3015, use priority input cover and if
           envelope has a flap, place flap-fold edge to left, with side to be printed facing up.

           NOTE: Alternatively, you may click on Add To Document to insert
                 envelope at beginning of document, separated from the text with a section
                 break, or click on Print the envelope immediately. A dialog box will appear
                 asking if return address is to be saved as a default. Click on No or Yes.

E.   PRINTING LABELS:
     1.    Click Mailings tab Ribbon.
     2.    Click on Labels and follow through per dialog box.




                    PRINTING SPECIFIC PAGES AND SECTIONS
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You can print specific pages, one or more sections (section: A portion of a document in which
you set certain page formatting options. You create a new section when you want to change such
properties as line numbering, number of columns, or headers and footers.), or a range of pages
in more than one section. SEE Section Breaks at page 11 above.
      Click File-Print and in the Pages box, type instructions to print one of the following:

       Noncontiguous pages
      Type the page numbers with commas between them. Type the range of pages with a hyphen be-
      tween the starting and ending numbers in the range.
      For example, to print pages 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8, type 2,4-6,8

      For example, to print pages 3, 4 and 6 through the last page 15, type 3, 4, 6-

      NOTE: If a page is lettered rather than numbered, calculate what the lettered page would
            be if numbered and use the number. Thus if you wish to print lettered pages c and
            e, type 3,5.

       A range of pages within a section
      Type p page number s section number.
      For example, to print pages 5 through 7 in section 3, type p5s3-p7s3

       An entire section
      Type s section number.
      For example, type s3

       Noncontiguous sections
      Type the section numbers with commas between them.
      For example, type s3,s5

       A range of pages across sections
      Type a range of page numbers and the sections that contain them with a hyphen between the
      starting and ending numbers in the range.
      For example, type p2s2-p3s5
                                     PRINTING PREVIEW
Click on File-Print Preview command (or use Preview button in Standard toolbar (to right of
toolbar’s Print button). Click on Close to return to normal view screen.

             PRINTING PICTURE WHICH IS ON AN INTERNET WEB SITE
1.    Right-click on picture, choose “Save Picture As” or “Email Picture”.
2.    Save picture to Desktop, My Documents or Nikon Pictures.
3.    Print picture from saved location or right from website by right clicking on it and
      clicking PRINT.


                             PRINTING AN E-MAIL ATTACHMENT
Open attachment, right-click on it, click PRINT and follow through.



                                        MAIL MERGING
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             (to save time creating form documents, such as form letters,
                        envelopes, labels, all with variable data)

A. THE MAIN DOCUMENT:

   1.   If an active document already exists, open it up as the main
        document, or create a new main document by clicking on Desktop’s Microsoft
        Word icon, then on File-New-Blank Document (or by clicking on Standard toolbar’s
        New Blank Document button) and typing the document. If will print with paper
        containing a printed letterhead, leave space for the letterhead.

        Be sure to save a newly created main document to a desired location (with a name
        such as, for example, “Main Document-Form Letter”). Use normal typing and format-
        ting features in preparing main document.

        NOTE:   Be sure to leave blank spaces for each addressee’s (a) name,(b) street
                address, (c) city, state,zip code (d) salutation, for other variables, if
                any and date the letter.

   2.   Click on Tools-Mail Merge and in Mail Merge Helper’s dialog box click on
        1-Create-Form Letters.

   3.   In Microsoft Word decision box click on Active Window.

B. TO CREATE DATA SOURCE OR OPEN EXISTING DATA SOURCE LIST AND EDIT IT:


   1. In Mail Merge Helper dialog box click on 2-Get Data-Create Data Source. If, how
      ever, a data source already is available, click instead on Open Data Source and
      when its dialog box appears, locate and open the data source document.
      Then click on Edit Main Document.

   2. Unless data source already has been created, in Create Data Source dialog box edit
      the list of 13 default names in the Field names in header row box on right.

        Generally, rather than edit the list of 13 default names, first remove all 13
        field names in the Field names in header row box by one at a time highlighting
        each, clicking on Remove Field Name button on left and using the delete button for
        the 13th (WorkPhone).. Then combine title, first name and last name into just the
        one new field name “Name”;
        for street address, add the new field name “StreetAddress”;
        combine city, state and zip code into just the new field name “CityStateZip”;
        for salutation (e.g., “Mr.”, “Mrs.”, “Ms”, or person’s first name) add the new
        field name “Salutation”. (As the Note to Step C.(d) below
        provides, when you insert the merge fields required for the main document you
        will type in the word “Dear” before the field name “Salutation” and will
        insert a colon immediately after the field name “Salutation”.

        No spaces are allowed, so either leave none or where a space is desired, insert an
        underscore (_). For example, for a new single field name for title, first name and
        last name, name type either “StreetAddress” or “Street_Address”).




        To remove a field name in the Field names in header row box, highlight it and

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      click on Remove Field Name button on left.

      To add a field name, insert it in Field name box and click on Add Field Name.

      To change order of data fields, click a field name in the Field names in header
      row box and then click on up or down button on right.

   3. When satisfied with list of field names, click OK.

   4. When the Save as dialog box appears, in Save in box click on the location you
      want, in File name box enter file name for the data source document (for example,
      “Mailing List-Data Source”) and then click on Save.

   5. When Microsoft Word decision dialog box appears, commence entering addressees’
      data in the data source by clicking on Edit Data Source, or if there already is an
      existing data source document choose Edit Main Document.

   6. When Data Form box appears, enter and/or edit data in it, using either TAB key or
      ENTER to move from field to field and to next row for the next data record. If no
      information is to be inserted for a particular field, press TAB key to skip the
      field. Then click Add New button to add the record and move to the next one. Do
      NOT click OK at this point. Only click OK when completely finished entering and/or
      editing all data.

   7. When completely finished entering data and/or editing existing data, click on OK
      and save data source by clicking on SAVE button on Standard toolbar (the 3rd button
      on from the left).

            NOTE: SEE IN SECTION G. BELOW PROCEDURE TO EDIT AND/OR ADD TO
                  AN EXISTING DATA SOURCE LIST

C. TO EDIT MAIN DOCUMENT AND INSERT MERGE FIELDS:

   1. Open the main document if it does not automatically reappear.

   2. If necessary, make any changes to main document. Be sure to adjust margins to con-
      form as nearly as possible with any preprinted letterhead. Also, consider for a
      business letter justifying text so both right and left edges are straight.

   3. Using the Mail Merge toolbar which automatically appears, insert merge
      fields for the new field names as follows:

      (a)   Move Insertion Pointer to where first merged data is to appear (For form
            letters this will be where addressee and salutation information is to
            appear).

      (b)   Click on Insert Merge Field button on Mail Merge toolbar.

      (c)   In drop-down list which appears, click on first field name to be
            inserted for a merge field. When Word inserts merge field sur-
            rounded by chevron brackets, press spacebar and then ENTER,
            so the next merge field can be placed on a new line (or if a
            second field name is to be inserted to the right of a field name
            and on the same line with it, press spacebar, insert the next field
            name and then click on ENTER to go to the next line}.




      (d)   Continue in same manner inserting all merge fields required for
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             the main document form letter. (Unwanted fields can be deleted from main
             document in same way as text is deleted).

             NOTES: Be sure to add spaces and punctuation between merge fields where
                    necessary, but do so outside the merge field characters (i.e.,
                    outside the chevron brackets).

                    If there   is a Salutation field, be sure “Dear” is typed in the main
                    document   form letter, add a space after “Dear”, insert as
                    a merge    field name “Salutation” and insert a colon immediately to the
                    right of   the chevron brackets for such field name.

   4.    Perform Spellcheck.

   5.    To preview merged document, click on Mail Merge toolbar’s View Merged Data button
         (“ABC”) to view data from first record, click on such toolbar’s Next Record but
         ton() to view next record(s) and use Previous Record button () to view
         previous record or records.

         After viewing all records, again click on View Merged Data button (“ABC”)
         to turn it off.

   6.    Be sure to click on File-Save As and then on Save to save main document, which now
         contains merge fields, but leave main document open for the next tasks provided
         for in D. and E. below.


D. TO PERFORM MAIL MERGE AND CREATE MERGE DOCUMENT WITH THE FORM LETTERS FOR THE
   ADDRESSEES LISTED ON THE SAVED MAILING LIST-DATA SOURCE:

   1. On Mail Merge toolbar click on Merge to new document button (the 2d button to left
      of the word Merge on such toolbar).

   2. Scroll down merge document on your screen and you will see that each form letter is
      placed in a separate “section” separated from the next one by a section break that
      will force each letter to print out on a separate page. If you see any typos, cor-
      rect them on the spot. You may also at that time add special notes or a P.S. for
      specific addressees.

   3. If you have been editing existing data source per Section G. and do not wish at
      this time to go on to Section E. and print, close the merge document without saving
      it by clicking on X at upper right of screen (twice if necessary) and answering
   “No” to prompt as to
      whether you want to save changes to form letters and then answering next two
      prompts “Yes”.

E. TO PRINT FORM LETTERS:

   1. Insert paper (perhaps with preprinted letterhead. To print all letters (sec
      tions)insert if not already there a dot in the circle to the left of All in Page
      Range, to print just one or two specific letters, scroll to each, insert cursor
      and click File-Print, in Page range click on Current page and then on OK, or, to
      print several or many specific letters, e.g., the 3rd, 7th, 8th and 9th letters, and
      the 26th through 50th letters, type in the Page box “s3, s7-s9, s26-s50” To iden-




        tify the section number for a letter, click anywhere on the letter and note the
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            section number for it displayed in the bottom status bar, e.g., “Sec 3.”

                    NOTE: May also print using File-Print procedure to bring up PRINT box and set
                          Page range to print all form letters or only specific ones.

         1. Close merge document without saving it, by clicking on X at upper right of screen
            and answering No to prompt as to whether you want to save the changes. Then close
            the main document by clicking on X at upper right of screen and be sure to answer
            first prompt about saving mailing list “Yes” and also answer second prompt about
            saving changes to main document “Yes”.

            NOTE:    If you may wish at a future time to print the same merge document again
                     with the same form letters and adressees for them (or edit addressee infor-
                     mation), then do save the merge document in the usual way, giving it a name
                     (perhaps, “Merge Document-Form Letters”). Generally, the merge document is
                     not saved, since a new merge document can easily be created in the future.

            NOTE:    As noted in G. below,If at a future time you wish to merge the same main
                     document form letter and data source so as to print further form letters
                     with new addressees and/or edited addressees information:

                     (a) Open such main document.

                     (b) To edit the data source (so as to add new records and/or correct or de
                         lete existing ones), click on Edit Data Source button (at right end of
                         Mail Merge toolbar), perform editing and click on OK (and answer Yes to
                         any prompt).
                     (c) Follow steps in D. above and this E. but do not save merge document.

     F. PRINTING ENVELOPES FOR FORM LETTERS:

     First check whether there is an existing default return address by clicking on the
Microsoft Word icon and then clicking on Tools-Envelopes and Labels. If there is one which you
do not wish to use either because the envelopes you will use already have a preprinted return
address, or you do wish to merely edit the existing default return address, click on Tools-
Options, click the User Information tab, either delete altogether or edit or replace the
existing default address in the Mailing Address box and click OK. Then:

         1. If an active document already exists for envelopes, open it as a new main document
            for envelopes, or create a new main document for envelopes by clicking on Desktop‘s
            Microsoft Word icon, then click on File-New-Blank Document (or by clicking on
            Standard toolbar’s New Blank Document button). Then click on Tools-Mail Merge to
            display Mail Merger Helper dialog box.

         2. Click on 1-Create-Envelopes and then on Active Window.

         3. Click on 2-Get-Data-Open Data Source to display Open Data Source dialog box and
            when data source file is located (perhaps previously named Mailing List-Data
            Source), open it.

         4. In Microsoft Word decision box click on Set Up Main Document button to display
            Envelope Options box and choose any ones desired. (Usually only item to review is
            envelope size).

         5. Click OK and when Envelope Address box appears use Insert Merge Field button to




            insert only name and address merge fields for the envelope in the same way merge
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        fields were inserted for the main document form letter.

  6. Click OK and when Mail Merge Helper dialog box appears, in 3-Merge the data with
     the document box click on Merge to create new merged document for envelopes.

  7. When the Merge dialog box appears, click on down arrow for Merge to box and when
     drop-down list appears, click on Printer and then on Merge at upper right. The
     print dialog box then will appear.

  8. Load envelopes in Printer so that they are face up with the return addresses at the
     upper right viewable.

  9. To print all of the envelopes in the merge document for envelopes, be sure that in
     Page range a dot is in the circle to the left of All, and if not, click on
     circle to place a dot in it. To print only specific envelopes, in Page range click
     on circle to the left of Pages to place a dot in the circle and insert the section
     numbers of the envelopes to be printed (e.g., “s-3, s7-s9, s12-“).

  10.In Print dialog box click OK. A printing message will appear and the envelopes
     To be printed will be.

  11.Save main document envelope by clicking on File-Save, when Save-as box appears in
     Save in box choose location to be saved to, in File-name box name the document
     (e.g., “Main Document-Envelope”) and then click on Save.

  12.Close main document envelope by clicking on X at upper right corner of screen.

        NOTE:If at a future time you wish to merge the same main document envelope
             and data source (as, perhaps, edited as provided above) so as to print
             further envelopes:

             (a) Open the main document envelope.

              b) Edit the data source if necessary(so as to, for example, add
                 new records and/or correct or delete existing ones), by
                 clicking on Edit Data Source button (at right end of Mail Merge toolbar)
                 to open Data Form box, perform editing and click OK. Answer any prompt
                 No.

             (c) Click on Merge to new document button (second to left of word Merge on
                 such toolbar and click Print button on Standard toolbar. Then
                  close document without saving it. If however you wish to print only
                  specific envelopes, scroll to each, insert cursor in envelope to be
                  printed,in Page range click on Current page and click OK.

             (d) Then close the merge document for envelopes without saving it, by
                 clicking on X at upper right of screen and answering any prompt No.

             (e) Save again and close the main document envelope. Answer Yes or No if
                 there is a prompt, as to whether you wish to save the mailing list
                 data source for future use.

G. TO EDIT AN EXISTING DATA SOURCE LIST SO AS TO ADD ADDITIONAL DATA (E.G., MORE
   ADDRESSEES) AND/OR EDIT EXISTING ADDRESSEE INFORMATION AND TO THEN MERGE TO CREATE
   AMERGE DOCUMENT AND PRINT:




   1.    First open up the main document-form letter, click Tools-Mail Merge, and when

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         Mail Merger Helper dialog box appears click on 2-Data Source, click on Edit, click on
         Data C:\….Mailing List… Then add additional data by first clicking on Add New, and/or
         edit existing data, all as provided in Section B. 5., 6., and 7. above. To delete use
         Delete button. on right. When editing finished, click OK and then immediately click
         SAVE on the Standard toolbar (or click File-Save).

         2.   If necessary, make any changes in main document.

         3. Follow Section D. to perform mail merge and create merge document containing
         newly added and/or edited letters.

         4. Follow Section E. to print letters (being sure to identify specific letters
         to be printed with an “s” [e.g., “s3, s5”]. Follow Section F. to print envelopes.


      H. PRINTING LABELS FOR FORM LETTERS:

         Use almost same steps as for merging envelopes. Click on Tools-Mail Merge-Options-
         Create-Mailing Labels, and then follow procedure in F. above for printing envelopes.
         When Label Options box appears, select a label format from Product Number
         box and then click OK to display Create Labels dialog box. Enter merge
         fields for formatting name and address, as described in F. above
         for envelopes.



          COPYING FILES FROM (E:)DRIVE DISK TO ANOTHER LOCATION
1.   Insert E Disk, click on My Computer and double-click on E Disk.
2.   Highlight some or all (using Ctrl-A) files to be copied from E Disk.
3.   Right-click anywhere, click Send To and click location to be sent to.
     NOTE: DO NOT OVERWRITE


       COPYING         ONLY OUTLOOK FROM (C)DRIVE ONTO A BACKUP E:DISK
1.   Open My Computer and double click on Local Disk (C:)-Documents and Settings-Pat Dorf-My
     Documents.
2.   Click on Outlook, right-click on outlook.pst, choose Copy.
3.   Open E: Disk, right click on blank space and choose Paste.

     NOTE: You cannot open an Outlook file by double-clicking on it. If you want to view its contents, you must use
           File, Open, Personal Folders File from within Outlook.


              TO COPY FILES EN MASSE ONTO REMOVABLE A: OR E:DISK
     Click on My Computer, Hard Drive (C(, Documents and then drag yellow Documents folder
     onto Shortcut to Removable a:drive disk on Desktop. Use same procedure to copy en masse to
     e: drive disk.




                                                 SCANNING
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                          (if printer has scanning capacity)
A.   To Scan For Faxing or Email:

     1.    Insert page to be scanned.
     2.    Click on Scan-Start Scan.
     3.    Click on File-Create Self Viewer.
     4.    In Self-Viewer Save As dialog box fill in Save in box and give file name.
     5.    Click on Save, then Close and respond NO to prompt: “Save changes to untitled?”

B.   To Scan For Word Processing:

     1.    Insert page to be scanned for word processing.
     2.    Click on Scan-Scan to Text.
     3.    Click on File-Save As.
     4.    Fill in Save in box, give file name and as file type
           choose “Rich Text Format, or, if not available,“Jet Suite Docs (*.jsd)”.

           Note: If not in Rich Text Format, put into Microsoft Word by clicking on lower of
           upper right two Xs and drag document onto WORD at bottom right.
     5.    Click on Save.

C.   To Email: Follow normal procedure (inserting scanned   document).

D.   To Fax:

     1.    Open document.
     2.    File-Print (changing printer to WINFAX).
     3.    Prepare fax message and send.


                     SCANNER USE WITH HP LaserJet 3015

     1.    Load document.
     2.    Press START-PROGRAMS-Hewlett-Packard-hp LaserJet 3015-Scan.
     3.    In hp LaserJet Scan window, use the menu to direct where data should go and
           press Scan.
     4.    If data to be sent by e-mail, when e-mail message form appears, complete it
           and press SEND.
     5.    If data is to be saved to a file, click on Scan and when Save As window appears,
           locate in Save in window place of saving, in File name box insert name OF file and
           click ON Save.
     6.    If data is to be sent to the Readiris OCR software, click on Scan, after data is
           scanned and when Readiris for Hewlett-Packard window appears, click on File-Save
           Full Page as Image.
           When Save Full Page as Image window appears, locate in Save in box place of saving,
           in File name box insert name of file and click on Save. Then click on File-Open,
           answer prompt “No”, when Input window appears click on Open, then click on Process-
           OCR Wizard click on next four times and then on Go.
           When Output File box appears, locate in Save in box place of saving and click Save.




          TO USE JSD SIGNATURE AS FACSIMILE FOR E-MAIL MESSAGE
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1.   Be sure format you are using is Rich Text by clicking on Format.
2.   Click on INSERT-OBJECTS-CREATE FROM FILE-BROWSE to find already created JSD Signature
     (Documents-ALL FILES).
3.   Click OK and adjust by first clicking anywhere on signature to create a horizontal box
     around the rtf (but not t6if),, then grabbing with mouse on line of the box, holding
     left clicker down while you move box around and then releasing. Eliminate box around sig-
     nature by clicking in space.


                 COMPRESSING A FOLDER AND LATER RESTORING IT
To compress:
1.    Right-click on File name.
2.    Click on Winzip-Add to Zip file, click I Agree and then click ADD.

To restore zip file to original size:
1.    Click START-PROGRAMS, double-click on WINZIP and minimize by clicking on
      Minimize button at top right of screen.
2.    Open Zip file to be restored by clicking on it and then click on I Agree.
3.    Select EXTRACT from Actions menu, be sure Use folder names checkbox is checked and set
      destination folder (e.g., My Docs, or Desktop) by clicking on destination in
      Folders/drives box.
4.    Press EXTRACT button and if, because destination is same as original location the
      Confirm Overwrite File dialog box appears, click Yes.
5.    If zip file no longer needed, delete it.



                          INSTALLING A PROGRAM COMPONENT
1.   Click START-SETTINGS-CONTROL PANEL.
2.   Double-click ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS.
3.   Click Windows Setup tab, click a category and then click Details.
     Note: If component not listed in Add/Remove Programs dialog box, you may have to
           download it from an online service, such as Microsoft Network, or from Microsoft
           Download Service at main Microsoft web site.


                SEND BY E-MAIL COPY OF AN ARTICLE ON INTERNET
1.   Bring up article.
2.   Click on FILE-SEND-LINK BY E-MAIL (or by other means shown), insert e-mail address for
     addressee and click on SEND..




                REQUESTING AN E-MAIL READ RECEIPT OR TO ALLOW
                   RESPONSES TO REQUESTS FOR READ RECEIPTS




1.   On Tools menu, click OPTIONS-E-MAIL OPTIONS-TRACKING
     OPTIONS.
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2.    Do one of following:
      To request a read receipt, click Request a read receipt for all messages I send. If only
      wish a read receipt for a single message, be sure to disable this feature after
      message is sent.
      To send read receipt whenever one is requested, click Always send a response.
      To not allow a read receipt whenever one is requested, click Never send a response.
      To be notified when a read receipt is requested, click Ask me before sending a response.



          CREATE THROUGH “RULE WIZARD” A RULE WHICH WILL DIRECT
           THAT ANY E-MAIL FROM A SPECIFIC PERSON AUTOMATICALLY
                    BE ROUTED TO DELETED ITEMS FOLDER
1.    Turn on MS Outlook, click on Tools menu and then on Rules Wizard.
2.    Click on New.
3.    In “Which type of rule do you want to create?” box click on Move new messages from
      someone.
4.    In “Rule Description” box click on people or distribution list.
5.    In “Rule Address” book double click on specific person (or if person not in address book
      add him or her (using “New Contact” button to do so) and then click on Add and OK.
6.    In “Rule Description” box click on move it to the specified folder.

7.    When “Rule Wizard” box appears, click on move it to the Deleted Items and then on OK.
8.    In “Rules Wizard” box click on Finish.
9.    In “Rules Wizard” box click on Run Now.
10.   In “Run Rules Now” box click on Close and then on OK.
      NOTES: (A)    Remember that if you wish a message automatically routed to “Deleted
              Items” folder can be looked at there by just clicking on it.
              (B)   To cancel the Rule direction automatically routing messages from a
               specified person to the Deleted Items folder, click on Tools menu, then on
               Rules Wizard, highlight name of person for whom rule had been created and then
               click on Delete. When prompt appears asking “Delete rule?” click Yes, then OK
               and close out “Rules Wizard” box.
              (C)   You may test procedure by first creating a Rule directing that any
               message from you to yourself be sent to Deleted Items folder. (Presumably you
               already know that you can test any e-mail procedure by sending yourself an e-
               mail message.)


Alternate Method To Handle Unwanted Junk E-Mail Which Is In In Box:
Click on Actions-Junk E-mail-Add to Junk Senders List, click on Organize (on toolbar), at
Create a rule to move new messages click on Sent Items and then on Create.




                  BLOCK SENDER PROCEDURE TO REJECT E-MAIL IN
                     OUTLOOK EXPRESS FROM PARTICULAR SENDER




1.    When receive mail, click on message in In Box, go to Message Menu in toolbar and select
      Block Sender from menu.

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      If don’t have a message from the person or domain to be blocked, click on Tools–Message
      Rules option – select Blocked Senders List item on Block Senders List submenu, click on
      Add button and type in e-mail address or domain name you wish to block.

2.    To take someone off Blocked Senders List, go to Tools menu, select Message Rules, click
      on Block Senders List, find web address of sender whose messages you wish to allow
      through, click on Remove button and answer prompt Yes.




          EXPORTING FAX TO A PCX, TIFF, DCX OR BMP GRAPHIC IMAGE
                             (so can e-mail or fax the exported fax)

Export a received or sent fax image to a graphic format, since WINFAX PRO stores received faxes
in proprietary *.FXR format, which is unreadable by other applications. Thus the received fax
image should be exported in a format readable by another graphics application.)

1.    Start Winfax’ Message Manager, click Go, and click Receive Log
      or Send Log.
2.    Double-click the fax event in the Receive or Send Log.
3.    The fax image appears in the WinFax Pro Viewer.
4.    Click File and click Export.
5.    Select the image format in which you want to save fax from the
      Format list.   USE TIFF or BMP, as second choice.
6.    In Look in box locate and open the folder in which you want to save the file.
7.    Type name for the file in the Filename field.
8.    Click Export to save the fax image and close.

        CREATING A WEB-BASED YAHOO EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR USE ANYWHERE IN
     THE WORLD ON A COMPUTER OTHER THAN YOUR OWN ONE TO ACCESS YOUR
                              REGULAR EMAIL
No email software is needed on computer you use –it just needs to be able to surf the web.
Coffee houses, friends’ homes, hotels, internet cafes – it doesn’t matter. If you can surf the
web with the computer to www.yahoo.com you are in business.

TO CREATE WEB-BASED YAHOO ACCOUNT:

1.    Bring up the web page www.yahoo.com.
2.    In “I’m a New User” section click on Sign me up, insert necessary information,
      including, of course, your current email address, and then click on Submit this Form.

      NOTE:   I used for my new Yahoo ID my full name “          ” and my password for my
              regular email address (                   ).

TO USE YAHOO ACCOUNT TO ACCESS AND USE CURRENT EMAIL ACCOUNT TO RETRIEVE EMAIL AND SEND EMAIL

A.    Bring up the web page www.yahoo.com.
B.    At very top of screen, just to left of Yahoo ID logo, click on Check Email.
C.    Sign into your Yahoo email account using your Yahoo ID and Yahoo password.




      NOTE: Be sure NOT to check box that says “Remember my ID and password” – you don’t leave
      this info lying around.


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D.    On main Yahoo Mail screen, click on Check Mail on upper-left, then click on Check Other
      Mail.
E.    When done, be sure to click Sign Out and then confirm with Sign Out Completely.

      NOTE: Step D above is very important. When you signed up for Yahoo Mail it created a
            Yahoo email address for you – this you never will use. From time to time junkmail
            will show up in this mailbox. YOU MUST click on Check Other Mail to have your
            regular provider (AOL, Mindspring, or whatever) email displayed.

            When people click Reply to reply to a message you’ve sent them, the message will
            go to your regular provider address. The “From” line of the email you send out
            will say, e.g., From: “John S. Dorf johnsamueldorf@yahoo.com “, so you may wish
            to mention in your outbound mail from Yahoo that you are “on the road” and that
            replies should be sent to your regular provider email address and set it forth.
            This avoids confusion.

            Feel your way around Yahoo mail. It is very similar to your regular email
            program. Click Folders on the left bar and you will see usual set of folders
            (Inbox, Sent Items, Trash, etc.) To send an outbound message, click on Compose.




                    SETTING HOME PAGE FOR INTERNET EXPLORER
1.    Click on Internet Explorer, in Address line put in web address for desired home page,
      e.g., www.yahoo.com, click ENTER.
2.    Click on Tools-Internet Options, in Internet Options dialog box’s Home page box click
      “Use Current” and click on OK.


                               USE OF BCC IN EMAIL MESSAGES
     (Sending blind copy of an e-mail which will not show on message to original recipient)

If open a new message in Microsoft Outlook and do not see a Bcc field, click on View-Bcc Field.
In Outlook Express, if there is no Bcc field in message header, click on View-
All Headers.

                                  REMOTE ASSISTANCE USE
                         (if you use Microsoft XP Home or Professional)

Invite a computer knowledgeable person (“Expert”) who must like you run Windows XP, to help you
perform tasks on your computer by having him view your computer screen as if he was sitting in
front of it, chat with you to help you solve a computer problem and connect to your computer
and use his mouse and keyboard to actually control your computer and work with you on it
(except that, of course, you will have to at Expert’s request insert and remove necessary CDS,
floppies and accessory cables). With your permission and once per step 11 below Expert takes
control of your computer, his screen will show two Start menu buttons. The inside Start button
will control your computer and the outside Start button will control Expert’s computer.

To obtain Remote Assistance:




1.    (If necessary, disable LAC Firewall.) Then, being sure you are connected to the Internet,
      invite Expert to help you by clicking on START-Programs-Remote Assistance and when Help
      and Support Center window appears, click on Invite someone to help you button.
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2.     To send invitation in an e-mail message, click in this area, type Expert’s e-mail address
       (or use Address Book)and click on Invite this person button.
       To send invitation using Windows Messenger, double-click on Expert’s name in this area
       and immediately skip to Steps 7-10 below. (See pgs. 46-47 below re necessity of obtaining
       a Microsoft@netpassport in order to use Windows Messenger.)
3.     In the Provide contact information area, type in your own name plus, in the
       Message box provided, a message re your problem(s) and ‘phone number and click Continue.
       (Instructions on use of Remote Assistance are automatically included with invitation.)
4.     In the Set the invitation to expire section, specify with help of the arrows the
       duration your invitation will remain open. (This is intended to lessen
       the chance that someone fraudulently may gain access to your computer).
5.     In the Require the recipient to use a password area, if not already there
       insert a checkmark, in the Type password box type a seven character
       password the Expert must use to connect to your computer and then retype the password in
       the Confirm password box. Do not use your network or Windows logon password.
       Communicate to Expert by e-mail or “phone what the password is.
6.     Click Send Invitation. A dialog box will appear so you can confirm that you wish to send
       the message. Click Send.
7.     The notification Your invitation has been sent successfully will appear when Expert
       accepts your invitation.
8.     Click Yes to allow Expert to view your screen and chat with you. The Remote Assistance
       window will appear.
9.     To send a message to Expert, click Message Entry area, type a message and then click Send
       (or press Enter key) to send the message.
       The Start Talking area will display the message you sent and the ongoing conversation.
10.    When a dialog box appears asking “Do you want to let the other person share control of
       your computer?”, click Yes or No.
11.    Expert can then click Take Control button at top left corner of screen.

       NOTE: To cut off Expert at any time from continuing to control your computer, press Esc
             key.


      SETTING UP EXISTING COVER PAGES FOR WINFAX PREVIOUSLY SAVED IN
               THE MY DOCUMENTS FOLDER AND ALSO EDITING THEM
1.     Open Winfax’s Message Manager and click on Cover Pages.
2.     If appropriate, delete one or more existing cover pages.
3.     Right-click in large open window space and when menu
       appears click on New.
4.     In New Cover Page window insert bullet in Add an existing
       cover page file and click on OK.
5.     In Winfax Pro window’s Look in box use arrow down to find and highlight My Documents,
       then highlight Winfax Cover Pages and click on Open.
6.     Highlight a cover page to be used for Winfax, click on Open and repeat process for each
       further cover page to be used.
7.     Close Controller.

       NOTE: To edit text, open page, on toolbar, click I, select
             text to be edited by positioning cursor at start of text,




             click and hold down left mouse button, drag mouse to
             highlight text, release button and edit text.

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             PREVENTING PROGRAMS YOU DON’T WANT TO AUTOMATICALLY
                     START WHEN BOOTING UP FROM DOING SO
Right-click on Start menu, select Open, double-click on Programs folder and then on StartUp.
Open the folder and remove any program shortcuts you do not want to load automatically.

Also, check preferences in your programs to make sure any “load at Start Up” options are not
checked.



                    INSERTING WEB HYPERLINK IN E-MAIL MESSAGE
In originating an e-mail message type in message portion the Web address (beginning with
http:// or https://) and then press space bar or ENTER. (To test hyperlink, send the e-mail to
yourself first and click on hyperlink).



                                   AUDIO TUNING WIZARD
Open Windows Messenger, click on Tools-Audio Tuning Wizard and follow through. (JSD’s Speakers
and Microphone: ESS Maestro 2E) (Camera is Intel[r] PC Camera CS331)


                          APPLY SOUND HARDWARE TEST WIZARD
                                (to test microphone)
Click on Control Panel –Sounds and Audio Devices, then click on Voice (at top row), then on
Test hardware button in same box and apply Sound Hardware Test Wizard.

                           MAINTENANCE STEPS FOR Windows 7
A) Anti-Virus Updates (suggested every few days – very important!):

    Be sure you know how to perform this procedure in your antivirus software. If you are ever
    prompted as to whether or not you wish to update, always say “yes”. If you are told that
    your subscription has expired, be sure and renew it to maintain your access to updates5.

B) Windows Updates (suggested weekly)67:

    1) Open Internet Explorer and click on Tools, Windows Updates, then “Scan for Updates”8.




7
  If you are using Microsoft Outlook for your email, then you should also keep it up-to-date by
visiting http://office.microsoft.com, click on Product Updates, then “GO”. Follow generally
the instructions above for Windows Updates.
8
  You may also find Windows Update on your Start Menu – click Start, Windows Update.


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    2) Select all “Critical Updates” and follow the instructions to download & install them.
    3) Other updates (“Recommended”, “Drivers”) are OPTIONAL. Do not install them unless you
       understand what they are.

C) Disk Cleanup:

    Disk Cleanup frees up hard drive space by searching out and deleting old or unnecessary
    files, like downloaded files, programs you no longer use, superfluous Windows components and
    temporary files and Internet files.

       Click on Start, type in search box “Disk Cleanup”, click on Disk Cleanup, in Files to de-
       lete check all, then click on Clean up system files-OK-Delete Files.

D) BACKUP your data (suggested weekly, every other week, or monthly – frequency depends on how
   much data you are willing to lose if your computer crashes):

    Be sure you have a procedure for backing up your important data, including your financial
    data (Quicken, Microsoft Money), email address book, documents, etc.

    It is not necessary to backup your entire system, though if you have the right equipment (a
    tape drive or CD “burner) this may be the easiest way. It is a fallacy that a full system
    backup can be used to rebuild your system if it crashes. All software (especially Windows
    itself) will need to be reinstalled from its original disks – only your unique data can be
    restored from backups.

    Do not learn the hard way about the importance of backups.

E) ScanDisk (suggested monthly to examine hard drive for surface errors, file and folder
problems, which ScanDisk corrects so Windows and other programs run efficiently):
Open up My Computer (Start, My Computer)
   1) RIGHT-click on your “C” drive and choose Properties
   2) Change to the Tools tab at the top
   3) Click on “Check Now” button in the “Error Checking” section (it’s scandisk!)
   4) Place a check in the box for “Automatically Fix File System Errors”. Do NOT check off
      “Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors...”. Then click START.
   5) It will tell you that it can’t do it now and ask if you want to do it the next time the
      computer is restarted. Click Yes. You do not need to shutdown and restart immediately,
      unless you want to – the scandisk “request” will be executed upon the next system
      startup.

F) Disk Defragmenter (suggested monthly) A fragmented hard disk has parts of files stored in
many different locations. To retrieve a file, the computer must search and retrieve all the
fragments. Defragmenting a disk puts all the parts of each file together in one location. This
reduces the time the computer spends locating files.
    1) Close all running programs – do not use the computer while Disk Defragmenter is running.
    2) Click on Start-Computer-right-click on drive to be defragmented.9
    3) Click on Properties-Tools- under Error-checking click Check Now button.
    4) In Check Disk box, include both options for repair and click Start.




9
  You can also start Disk Defragmenter by clicking on Start-Run, type in “dfrg.msc” and click
OK.
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     5) The program will run the next time you restart/start the Computer.

G) Clean up your email (suggested monthly):
   Do not ever have more than about 200 items in any one folder in your email10

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  If you are using Outlook Express, you must clean up manually. In Outlook, there is a very
useful “Archive” feature that can keep your email folders clean for you by moving information
that is older than a certain period out of your primary Outlook file into a separate Archive
file.

H) Run both Ad-aware (www.lavasoap.com)   and SpyBot (www.spybot.com) from Desktop icon
   (suggested weekly). Blocks installation of software that tracks surfing and removes
   secretly installed spyware. Delete everything programs want to delete.

I) Copy wpa.dbl file (See p. 55-Product Activation….) whenever make significant changes to
   computer e.g., adding hardware). To reach the file called wpa.dbl click on START-RUN, insert
   “c:\windows\system32”, click on OK and when box comes up scroll to wpa.dbl, click on Send
   to-3.5 Floppy (A:).

J) Deleting Cookies that Snoop and Temporary Internet Files:
     Some Web sites store information in a small text file on your computer. The file is called
     a “cookie”. Cookies are small bits of text that a Web server gives your computer’s Web
     browser when you visit certain sites. With this text in your browser’s cookie file, the Web
     site can identify you the next time you visit and present you with customized greetings or
     personalized settings.
     When surfing the Web you download little bits and pieces of the sites visited. In time,
     these bits and pieces can add up to large chunks of hard-drive space and slow the computer
     down. To dump all these files quickly, in Internet Explorer click Tools-Internet Options,
     on General tab, under Browsing History, click Delete,then in Delete Browsing History dialog
     box,click “Delete all”, answer prompt to confirm delete of I.E. browsing history insert
     check mark re add-ons, then click “Yes” and, finally, click OK. Many antisypware programs
     also will delete tracking cookies from your computer.

                      AUTOMATING WINDOWS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
                           (For ScanDisk, Defragmenting, Disk Cleanup)

Instruct computer to run these maintenance programs when most convenient for you.
1.    In Windows XP, go to Start menu, select Programs-Accessories-System Tools-Scheduled
      Tasks.
2.    Once Scheduled Tasks folder opens, click twice on Add Scheduled Task icon. A wizard
      program will escort you through the process for automating your regular maintenance
      tasks (listed at page 26 above).
      Note: JSD set computer to perform Disk Cleanup weekly at 1 pm on Mondays, Disk
             Defragmenter monthly at 12:30 pm on lst Tuesday of every month, and ScanDisk
             monthly at 12:06 pm on lst Monday of every month.




         SAFE MODE BOOT USE AS A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL TO TROUBLESHOOT
Windows sometimes can be difficult to start when the computer is turned on and the
program senses that something is amiss. If, for example, there is a problem with a




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            2. except select Undo my last restoration in Step 2 before you click Next.     Then
            perform above Steps 4. and 6.

      NOTE: Before attempting to remove a virus with a special program other than normal
            antivirus software, disable System Restore by right clicking on My Computer icon,
            left clicking on Properties, press System Restore tab, put check in check box to
            turn off System Restore, click Apply, answer prompt Yes and click OK.
            After running the virus removal program re-enable System Restore by removing such
            checkmark.

software installation, Windows may not boot up properly. When the computer starts in
Safe Mode it loads only the components the operating system needs to run(and the desktop
will not have its usual pattern, the screen will display only its colors and Safe Mode
will appear in the screen’s corners}.

If newly added software or hardware drivers are creating a problem, you can get the computer
up and running enough in Safe Mode to open the Add/Remove Programs control panel or use System
Restore to uninstall the new software or undo whatever you did before the computer started
misbehaving.

If your computer is acting badly, you also can put it in Safe Mode yourself by restarting the
computer while holding down the F8 key (or control key on some Windows versions). You will see
the menu on the screen which lets you choose from different options, including Safe Mode. Some
Windows systems also offer Last Know Good Configuration, which lets the computer jump back to
the state it was in at a time when it started up without problems.



                                     SYSTEM RESTORE
                      (If you are experiencing problems with computer, you
                     can return it to a time before the problems occurred)

For an example, if your computer doesn’t work properly after you install a new program, you can
restore your computer to a time before you installed such program. When you restore your
computer to an earlier, more stable time, you will not lose any of your recent work, saved
documents, e-mail messages or favorite lists. To restore:

1.    Click Start-Programs-Accessories-System Tools-System Restore.
2.    When the System Restore wizard appears, be certain that there already is a bullet just
      to the left of the option “Restore my computer to an earlier time” and if there isn’t,
      click on such option so a bullet will appear just to its left. Then click Next to
      continue.
3.    When the Select a Restore Point dialog box appears, each day on the calendar on the left
      side that has a restore point will appear in bold (and the current day will be high
      lighted). In such calendar, click on the most recent bolded day when you believe your
      computer was working properly and on the right side click the restore point (i.e., the
      time) you want to use. Then click Next to continue.
4.    When the Confirm Restore Point Selection dialog box appears, click Next to restore
      computer.
5.    The System Restore dialog box will appear to show the progress of the restoration. When
      the restoration is complete, your computer will automatically restart.
6.    When the Restoration Complete dialog box appears and indicates that your computer has
      been successfully restored, click OK to close such dialog box.

      NOTE: In the unlikely event that you wish to reverse the changes made when you restore
            your computer, you can undo the last restoration by performing above Steps 1. And




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                     TO PROVIDE PASSWORD PROTECTION FOR NEW SECTION:
(A)    Open Internet Explorer and then Dreamhost (in Favorites) and log
       in with username “ ” and password “ ”.
(B)    Click Goodies-Htaccess.

 (C)   Click Password-protect a new directory, in Set Up Password
       Protection box’s Directory to protect insert cursor and type in
       new name (e.g., “legal_documents”).
 D)    In Users that may access this area box highlight three samples,
       delete them and insert new username (e.g., esquire3”), leave one
       space and insert password (e.g., “barmember3”).
(E)    Click on Password Protect This Directory button, click on Log Out
       on top line and exit Dreamhost.

         TO CHANGE A USERNAME AND/OR PASSWORD FOR PASSWORD PROTECTED SECTION
(i)   Open Dreamhost, click Goodies-Htaccess.
(ii) Click on Edit, follow through.
(iii) Click Change These Password Settings and exit Dreamhost.

       NOTE:   To remove password protection, in step (ii) click on Remove instead of on Edit.




                                 CONTACTING DREAMHOST
Information is on administration screens.

Visit https://panel.dreamhost.com and log in with username ‘johndorf’ and as password jd6120”.
   Note: Web address is in Favorites.

Then, along the left column, choose Status, and then System Status...
It will give you some indication of what’s going on... Click on
“[Documentation for this page]” at the top for an explanation of the
data provided.




               BACKUP PERIODICALLY WITH COPY WWW.JOHNDORF.COM

Make copy by opening My Documents-FrontPage, delete present “Copy of johndorf.com”, right click
on “johndorf.com”, choose Copy, in empty space right click and choose Paste and then right
click on Copy of johndorf.com, choose Rename, go to end and insert current date (e.g., “12-28-
02”).




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                   AUTOMATICALLY PUTTING COMPUTER ON STANDBY
Click Start-Settings-Control Panel-Power Options, in Power Options Properties dialog box use
arrow to change power scheme (e.g., for laptop “Portable/Laptop”), set times for Turn off
monitor (shortest time), System standby and Turn off hard disks (longest time), click Save As
and type in name for scheme (e.g., “System standby scheme”)and click OK.


              INSTALLATION AND USE OF WINZIP TO OPEN ZIP FILES
                            (by downloading from Winzip’s Web site)

1.    Click on Winzip’s link: www.winzip.com/downauto.cgi?winzip81.exe
2.    When File Download box appears, click on OPEN (at left).
3.    When Winzip 8.1 Setup box Appears, click on Setup.
4.    When Winzip Setup box reappears, click on OK.
5.    Click on Next.
6.    When License Agreement and Warranty box appears, click on YES.
7.    When Winzip Setup box again appears, click on Next.
8.    Click on Next and again on Next.
9.    When Winzip (Evaluation Version) box appears, click on X at top right to
      close out.

When you receive an e-mail with an attachment and Open Attachment box appears, put a black dot
in “Open it” and click on OK.

When next box appears, click on I AGREE (at left) and when Winzip (Evaluation Version box
appears. In the Name column at the left click on the name of the attachment.


          CALLING THROUGH WINDOWS MESSENGER AN ONLINE CONTACT’S
     COMPUTER FROM YOURS AND HAVING AN ONLINE VOICE TALK WITH CONTACT
You both must have XP, a full-duplex sound card with a headset (or speakers and a microphone)
and, most importantly, you must have a Microsoft@netpassport Account, easily obtained per
instructions in the Section below this one. If you both have video cameras you can use them to
see each other when you talk.


1.    Open Windows Messenger by double-clicking its icon near clock on lower right side of
      screen.
2.    Click on link to sign-in, if not already signed in, enter your .NET Passport e-mail
      address, if not already there, and enter password, if requested to. Then click OK.
              FOR JSD—john@johndorf.com Password:

________
3.    In the main window of Windows messenger right-click the name of an online contact (who
      must actually be online at time you do this) and click Start a Voice Conversation, or
      click Start a Voice Conversation under I want to, select the contact you want to talk
      to, and click OK, or In the Conversation Window click Start Talking (on the right).
4.    Wait for notice that your contact has accepted your invitation to talk and then start
      talking.
5.    To end the conversation, click Stop Talking.




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      NOTE:   If have trouble with sound, you may have to disable Firewall.


              OBTAIN E-MAIL ACCOUNT AND Microsoft@.netpassport ACCOUNT

Bring up www.msn.com, click near top left “Hotmail” and then sign-up for an e-mail account and
Microsoft@.Net Passport aacount, complete form and clickj sign-up.


                      COPYING OUTLOOK FROM BACKUP E:               DISK TO
                                OUTLOOK ON C: DRIVE
                (If only Outlook is on E: Drive, skip steps 2. and 3. below)

1.     Open E: Disk
2.     Double click on My Documents
3.     Double click on Outlook
4.     Right click on outlook.pst and choose Copy
5.     Click on My Computer
6.     Double click on C: Drive-Documents and Settings-Pat Dorf-My Documents
7.     Double left click on Outlook
8.     Right click on blank space and choose Paste
9.     When prompt asks “Would you like to replace existing file”, click Yes.
10.    When you open Outlook by clicking on its Desktop icon, it will contain
       replaced Contacts, etc.


   TO INSERT INTO AN E-MAIL YOU ARE CREATING A PICTURE ORIGINALLY
E-MAILED TO YOU AS AN ATTACHMENT (I.E.,AS AN “ATTACHED IMAGE/FILE”),
   SO THAT THE PICTURE WILL APPEAR DIRECTLY IN YOUR E’MAIL’S TEXT
                 MESSAGE AREA (AS AN “INLINE IMAGE”)
1.     Return to the e-mail you received containing the attached picture (i.e.,
       the attached image/file), right-click on the attachment and when the menu
       comes up click Save As-Desktop-Save, being sure to note the file
       name of the attached image/file.

2.     Create a new e-mail, in text message area insert cursor and then on
       Standard toolbar choose Insert and click on Picture.

3.     When a small Picture dialog box appears click on Browse.

4.     When larger Picture dialog box appears be sure its Look in box shows Desktop, then
       double-click on the name of the attached image/file you had saved to the Desktop and when
       the small Picture dialog box reappears click on OK.
5.     You may reduce the size of the picture inserted in the text message area
       by using your mouse to drag inwards a corner of the picture, but keep the
       aspect ratio of the picture correct FREEHAND.




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 TO INSERT DIRECTLY INTO THE TEXT MESSAGE AREA OF AN E-MAIL YOU ARE
CREATING A PICTURE ALREADY STORED IN YOUR COMPUTER, RATHER THAN SEND
             THE PICTURE AS AN ATTACHMENT TO YOUR E-MAIL
1.    Create a new e-mail, in text message area insert cursor and then on
      Standard toolbar choose Insert and click on Picture.
2.    When a small Picture dialog box appears click on From File.
3.    When Insert Picture dialog box appears be sure its Look in box shows
      where the picture is located (e.g., on Desktop, in My Documents) and then
      double-click on the picture.
4.    You may reduce the size of the picture inserted in the text message area
      by using your mouse to drag inwards a corner of the picture, but keep the
      aspect ratio of the picture correct FREEHAND.




                               SETTING UP A SCREEN SAVER
To change screen saver, click on Start-Settings-Control Panel-Display-Screen Saver, bring down
Screen Saver list, select desired screen saver and click OK.



           PICTURES – SAVING TO COMPUTER PICTURES DOWNLOADED
     FROM WEB SITE OR EMAILED TO YOU AND THEN INSERTING PICTURES
                    INTO A MICROSOFT WORD DOCUMENT
Picture Appearing On A Web Site
Right-click on picture, click on Save Picture As, when Save Picture dialog box appears insert
in Save in box the location to be saved to, in File Name box the name for the picture and then
click Save.
Picture E-mailed As An Attachment
Right-click on attachment, click on Save As and when Save Attachment dialog box appears insert
 in Save in box the location to be saved to, in File name box the name for the picture and
click Save.
Picture Already Appearing In Text Message Area Of An E-Mail
Right-click on picture, click on Save Picture As, when Save Picture dialog box appears insert
in Save in box the location to be saved to, in File Name box the name for the picture and then
click Save.




                 PICTURES INSERTION INTO A MICROSOFT DOCUMENT
With mouse cursor click on area of document where photograph is to be placed, click Insert-
Picture-From File, locate picture and click on Insert to place the picture. You also may paste
images stored into a Word file, or drag picture from desktop onto the document. If adding




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picture from a digital camera, save copy at a lower resolution with image-editing program
before inserting it into the document, so as to keep the file’s size from becoming unwieldy.




                     THE WINDOWS FOLDER AND WINDOWS UPDATES

The Windows folder is c:\Windows.   Reach it by clicking on Computer-Local Disk (C:)-Windows.

Some updates cause a whole new set of problems. If there is a new Critical Update available,
wait at least two weeks before downloading and installing it. Disable automatic updates as
follows: Right click on My Computer, choose Properties – Automatic Updates, check box saying
“Notify Me Before Downloading Any Updates and Notify Me Again Before Installing”.


                          OUTLOOK EXPRESS’S PREVIEW PANE

To remove it, in Outlook Express click on View-Layout, delete check from Show Preview Pane and
click OK.


                             TO REMOVE SPYBLAST PROGRAM

1.    Reach c:\Windows folder by clicking on My Computer-Local Disk (C and then selecting
      Windows.
2.    Open Downloaded Program Files folder, right-click the entry “SBFullInst Control”,
      choose “Remove”.
3.    Open the registry (by clicking “Start”, choose “Run” and enter “regedit”).
4.    Find the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and then
      delete the Spyblast entry.
5.    RESTART the computer and the SpyBlast folder inside Program Files will be deleted.




           ENHANCING BRIGHTNESS OF A PHOTO USING FILM FACTORY

1.    Select film case and roll of film.
2.    Select photo to be retouched.
3.    Click X Retouch and choose Manual retouch. The Manual retouch window appears showing
      several thumbnails.
4.    Click the Brightness tab. Make brightness changes described in Manual Retouch
      Window/Brightness Tab.
5.    If you wish to overwrite the original with retouch changes, check the Replace Original
      check box. WARNING: If you check this option, retouch changes cannot be reversed when
      you click Retouch. If you do not check this option, undo changes using Cancel Retouch.
6.    Click Retouch.


        CROPPING OR RESIZING A PICTURE WITH PHOTO IMPRESSION 4.0




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1.      Bring up PhotoImpression 4.
2.      Click Get Photo button (at top left) and then click From Folder (at left bottom).
3.      Click Browse (in green at bottom).
4.      Locate in Browse for Folder dialog box where the folder picture(s) to be edited is
        (are), click on folder and then click OK. Picture(s) will appear.
5.      Highlight a picture to be edited by clicking on it.
6.      Right-click on highlighted picture, when menu appears click on Properties to see what
        current Image Size is and then click OK to close menu.
7.      Double-click on highlighted picture to bring it up to center
        screen for editing and then click OK button (at bottom right).
8.      Click on Edit button (near top left).

9A.    To resize picture, either change the Width and Height pixel numbers to size desired, or
       change scale percents so that, if, for example, you want a current Image Size of
       1600x1200 changed to 640x480, that is to say, 40% of 1600x1200, change the Wscale
       and Hscale to 40%11. Then click Resize button.
9B.    To crop (trim) picture, click on Rectangle Select Tool (near bottom left) move mouse to
       top left corner of area you wish to keep, click and hold mouse button down and drag it to
       bottom right of such area and let mouse button go. You should see a dotted box around
       such area. Then click Crop button.
10.    Click Save button (at left)
       If wish to save to same file then click Save.
       If wish to save to a new folder, click Save As and then in SaveAs dialog box (a)
       indicate in Save in box where edited picture is to be saved, (b) in File Name box give
       folder a name and (c) in File type box change type to JPEG.
11.     Click Save.
12.    If Add to Album box appears, click No.
13.    Close out program by clicking X at very upper right, or go to next
       picture to be edited by clicking Get Photo button and repeating 2. above on.
                                  ftp://johndorf.com/johndorf.com)


     ADD PREFERRED PROGRAM ICON, FOLDERS AND FILES TO START MENU
Drag a program icon, file or folder directly onto the Start button. Change order by just
dragging program, file or folder to desired place. When you drag a program icon, file or
folder presently appearing on Desktop, the icon, file or folder will remain on the Desktop
unless you delete it.

        Notes: Dragging a Desktop item onto the Start menu and deleting the item from the
               Desktop creates more free space on the Desktop.

               If you make changes, additions or deletions to a folder or file located on
               the Start menu, to save it just click Save and not Save as. If folder or file
               also is located in My Documents folder or on a floppy, repeat save procedure
               using Save as.

       CREATING WITH A SCANNER AND USING YOUR FACSIMILE SIGNATURE FOR
           E-MAIL OR FAX MESSAGE OR FOR A LETTER OR OTHER DOCUMENT
         (this procedure cannot be used for a fax message created with Winfax)




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     Note that since Keep Aspect Ratio box has a check in it, when you change one scale percent
     the other automatically follows suit. If you uncheck the Keep Aspect
     Ratio box, then changing pixel or percent values may lead to a distorted image.
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Creating and Storing Facsimile Signature:

Create signature by signing your name on a blank piece of paper, scanning it and then saving it
to desired location (e.g., your Desktop or My Documents).

Inserting Facsimile Signature in an E-mail or Fax Message, Letter Or Other Document:

1.    Place cursor where your facsimile signature is to appear.
2.    Click Insert-Picture-From File, when Insert Picture box appears change in Files of type
      at bottom of box change to All Files.
3.    Locate facsimile signature, highlight it and click Insert.


Adjusting If Necessary Size of Facsimile Signature:

1.    Click anywhere on signature to create a horizontal box surrounding it.
2.    Right-click within the horizontal box, click on Format Picture, in Format
      Picture box click on Size tab at its top.
3.    In Scale section of such box first be certain there is a checkmark for Lock
      Aspect Ratio,then use up and down arrows at Height to change percentage for desired
      height and width and click OK.
4.    Click OK and then eliminate horizontal box surrounding signature by clicking anywhere
      outside it.

      NOTE:   If you also wish to adjust position of the facsimile signature, first
              click on it to create a horizontal box surrounding it then use mouse to grab onto
              a line of the box and move the signature. Finally, eliminate the horizontal box by
              clicking anywhere outside it.


                               IF SPAMCOP STOPS WORKING
If no longer have a “Trash” folder on Outlook’s folder list because it is accidentally lost or
deleted, restore “Trash” as follows:

1.    Click on File in Microsoft Outlook and choose New-Folder.
2.    When Create New Folder dialog box appears, highlight Personal Folders and
      insert in “Name” box “Trash” and then click OK.
3.    Click on Tools-Rule Wizard, highlight in “Apply rules in the following
      order” box rule about Spamcop AND BE CERTAIN check mark on left appears.
4.    In lower window click on underlined word after the phrase “move it to.”
      and in Rules Wizard dialog box click on “Trash”.
5.    Save changes by clicking OK. Press Run Now button to run the repaired rule
      against the messages already in the Inbox.


                   BORDER ADDITION TO A SENTENCE OR PARAGRAPH

1.    Highlight sentence or paragraph to which a border is to be added.
2.    Choose Format–Borders and Shading.
3.    Click Borders tab if isn’t already in front.




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4.       Under Setting click option that most closely matches what you want.
5.       Choose option desired in Style, Color and Width lists.
6.       View Preview area.
7.       Click OK.
         NOTES:To remove borders, select the sentence or paragraph, choose Format-Borders and
               Shading, click Borders tab, click None under Setting and click OK.
               To add border around entire page, click Page Border tab in Borders and Shading
               box, then select from same set of options as those in the Borders tab.



CORRECTIVE ACTION WHEN ON PRINTING FROM CERTAIN WEB SITES PAGES CUT
     OFF AT THE RIGHT MARGIN, LEAVING INCOMPLETE LINES OF TEXT
(by changing print-orientation settings from Portrait mode to Landscape mode, which rotates
text and prints it horizontally across 11-inch width of standard office paper)

Go to File menu in Internet Explorer, select Page Setup and under Orientation, click on icon
for Landscape and then click OK and print page again.

NOTE:    Also, reducing page margins may help. Go to File menu, then Page Setup box, in margins
         area type a zero in boxes marked Left and Right and click OK before printing the page
         again.

                     SAVING A WEB PAGE OR FILE TO YOUR COMPUTER

Click File-Save As, in Save Web Page box insert in Save in the location page is to be saved to
and click Save.

NOTES:         To download the Computer Selected   Skills Manual from www.johndorf.com, open
               Homepage, right-click on title of   Manual, click File-Save Target As, when Save As
               box appears, insert location file   is to be saved to and click Save. (Since the Save
               as type automatically will appear   as Microsoft Word Document, the file then can be
               word processed by you).

              As an alternate method for downloading such Manual to your computer from the
              www.johndorf.com web site, go to the site, open up the Manual, click on File-Save
              As, insert the location the file is to be saved to and the exact file name and then
              click Save.



        TO CONVERT A WORDPERFECT FILE (with .wpd extension) RECEIVED AS AN
          ATTACHMENT BY E-MAIL TO A WORD DOCUMENT (with .doc extension)

1.   Right click on WP file e-mail attachment, click on Save As, when Save
Attachment window appears choose a Save to storage location (e.g., the Desk-
top), be sure Save as type box shows “All Files” and then click Save
and close out the Microsoft Outlook window.




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2.   On Desktop bring up Microsoft Word, click on File-Open, choose in Look in
box the storage location where the WP file was put under Item 1 above, then
highlight the WP file and click Open.

3.   When the WP file appears click on File-Save As and be sure Save As type
box shows “Word Document (“.doc)”.

4.    Click on Save.



                                       INTEL CAMERA
                             (if software for it installed)
Take a snapshot:

1.   On Home Screen’s bottom, click Take a Snapshot.
2.   On Live View window, click Snapshot button (or press Snapshot button on top of camera.
3.   Save snapshot by clicking Save button and specify where file should be saved (usually
     using Main Gallery).

Record Video:

1.   On Home Screen, click Record Video.
2.   Position camera and focus on subject.
3.   On Scene Recorder, click Record and speak at same time if you wish. At bottom of window
     see how many bytes have been captured and can be captured.
4.   Click Stop when done recording.
5.   Save video by clicking Save on Scene Recorder, in Save As dialog enter filename or use
     one already in) and specify where file should be saved (if different from defaults set in
     the Option dialog, which is Main Gallery). Then click Save button.
6.   Click Done (if click Done before saving, you are prompted to save it).

Record Audio:

1.   On Home Screen, click Record Audio.
2.   Click Record to start recording. Set microphone level with slider on audio recorder.
3.   Click Stop when finished recording.
4.   Click Play to hear recording.
5.   Save recording by clicking Save and specify where file should be saved (usually to Main
     Gallery).
6.   Click Done. (If click Done before saving, you are prompted to save it).

To Play Recorded Video or Audio:

Double-click on it in Main Gallery and wherever saved and click Play.

Create An Email postcard:

1.   Connect to Internet first if you wish to send postcard right out.
2.   On Home Screen, click Send a new postcard and then on Create a new postcard.
3.   Click on a certain style and template, which will bring up Postcard front.
4.   Add on front saved snapshot(s), video and image files and also audio to Postcard, plus
     text if you wish (or text on back at later point).




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     To add audio, click on its middle so border turns blue, click on Insert (at bottom left
     of screen). You will know audio has been added when two blue buttons come up under
     postcard, Play Audio and Remove Audio. Note: You will not see anything on postcard
     itself to indicate audio added.

     To add video and image files, click a video/image cutout to select it, then click a
     video/image file in the gallery to select it and click Insert at bottom left of screen.
     Alternatively, drag and drop image from gallery to a video/image cutout.

              Note: To size the video window, use cutout menu, pressing cutout menu button    on
                    upper right of cutout to reach menu. To play video, click on button.

5.   Click Next to turn postcard over to its back.
6.   Insert Subject, Message and address(es). If have sent previous postcards, click on
     recent Addresses and use one or more of them by clicking on them.
7.   Click Next, choose method for sending postcard and “for kind of file” normally choose
     “One that displays a special viewer”.

      Note:   JPEG [Joint Photographic Experts Group] is a file type which compresses an image
              and removes unnecessary data for displaying the image. JPEG images are typically
              used on the Internet.

8.   Click Preview to see how postcard looks.
9.   Click Next to send postcard or to file it, as you choose. If you wish to save
     postcard, click on File menu, then on Save Project and save it where you wish.




                                  FIREWALL PROTECTION
Insert Connection Firewall In Windows XP
(to avoid Pop-Up ‘Alerts’ advertisements)
A.    Enabling ICF:
1.    Click on Control Panel-Network Connections and right-click on connection on which you
      wish to enable ICF (the Local Area Connection), and then click Properties.
2.    On Advanced tab, click box to select option to Protect my computer or network.

B.    Disabling ICF:
1.    Click on Control Panel-Network Connections and right-click on connection on which you
      wish to disable ICF, and then click Properties.
2.    On Advanced tab, click box to clear the option to Protect my computer or network.

Status Check On A Firewall
(To protect computer from unwanted traffic and communicatuions from other computers when you
are online and to help prevent infection from Internet viruses, worms and other intruders)

If you have a PC running Windows XP Service PACK 2, firewall protection is turned on by
default. Check settings in Control Panel by double-clicking on Windows Firewall icon. See also
in Control panel area a Security Center icon that displays status of system’s firewall,
virus protection and automatic updates from Microsoft. If you haven’t updated to Service Pack
2, check firwall status by opening the Network Connections control panel and selecting your
network connection from the list. Right-click on your selected connection, choose Properties
from pop-up menu and click Advanced tab in the Properties box. Check the box to turn on the




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Internet Connection Firewall if it is not already checked.


                  CREATING AND COPYING DATA CDs AND DVDs USING
                        COMPUTER’S OWN RECORDABLE DEVICE
                          ((including copying a music CD to a CD)

   TO CREATE A DATA CD or DVD:

           1. Insert blank, writable CD or DVD into computer’s drive.
           2. Click START-ALL PROGRAMS-CyberLink DVD Solution-Power2Go, then click
              Power 2 Go, which will open along with Select a Burning Task dialog
              box.
           3. Click Data Disc in left column, select CD or DVD in right column and
              click OK. The Select a Burning Task dialog box will close.
           4. In top pane, browse to folder containing files or folders you want to
              burn to CD or DVD, then click to select the file or folder. (Press and
              hold CTRL key to select multiple files ((but not necessarily all))).
           5. Drag files or folders into bottom pane.
           6. After selecting all files click Burn Disc icon at top. Configura-
              tion/Information dialog box opens.
           7. If you have one CD or DVD burner, click Burn. The Burning dialog box
              open and Power2Go burns the files to the CD or DVD.
           8. When message states recording is complete, click OK to start the
              LabelPrint program or Cancel to return to Power2Go.




   To COPY A DATA CD OR DVD DISK OR A MUSIC CD DISK:

           1. Click START-ALL PROGRAMS-CyberLink DVD Solution-Power2Go, then click
              Power 2 Go, which will open along with Select a Burning Task dialog
              box.
           2. Click Copy disk in left column and then OK. The Copy Disc dialog box
              opens.
           3. Insert music CD, data CD or data DVD to be copied into computer’s
              drive.
           4. Click arrow to open the From list, then click drive that contains your
              source disc.
           5. Click arrow to open the To list, then click your recordable CD or DVD
              drive.
           6. Click Copy. The Burning dialog box opens.
              Note: If using one drive, Power2Go copies the tracks or files to your
                     hard drive. If using two drives. Power2Go copies the tracks




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                  from the source disc to the blank, recordable disc.
         7.If using one drive, a message prompts you to insert a CD or DVD, so
           remove source CD or DVD, insert a blank, writable CD or DVD, then wait
           for message to close. Power2Go copies the files from your hard drive
           to the writable CD or DVD.
         8.When a message states recording is complete, click OK.


                     AUTO-RESPONDER MESSAGE PREPARATION
                       USING DREAMHOST WEB ADMIN PANEL

1. Click on Internet Explorer, open www.panel.dreamhost.com and
   Log in with email address and password.
2. Click on Mail at left and then on autoresponders.
3. Insert for “Messages sent to” your email address and then
   your Name, the Subject and the Text of the message.
4. Re “When should this responder work” either leave blank
   for always or insert Start and Stopping dates and times.
5. Click on “Add Autoresponder”.

     NOTE: To delete or edit an auto-responder message, after logging in and
           Clicking on Mail and then on autoresponders, click either on “delete”
           or on “edit” and follow through.


                      STARTING PROGRAMS AUTOMATICALLY
To get a program to start when Windows does, add a shortcut for it to the Startup folder. In e
Programs menu select the program, right-click and choose Send To – Desktop to create a
shortcut on your desktop. Then right-click on the Startup folder in the Programs list, select
Open and drag your new shortcut into the opened Startup folder window. You can delete from
the Startup folder any shortcut to programs you don’t want to start automatically.

See support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314488   .


  INSERTING ON WEB PAGE A DIGITAL CAMERA-MADE VIDEO (MOVIE CLIP)

1.  Click on Insert-Picture-Video, open Nikon Pictures and choose
    movie clip.
2.` Save page by clicking on File-Save and when Save Embedded
    Files box appears click on OK.
3. Left-click on the picture and then press Delete.
4. Type in title of movie clip and in parenthesis its Mb size.
5. Highlight title, right-click on it and choose Hyperlink.




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6.   Navigate to movie clip file number on list below, double-click
     on it and then click OK.
7.   Publish Web.

    NOTE: For viewer to download and play a movie clip, time it will
take to download depends on size (Mbs) of the clip and how fast the
viewer’s connection is. Digital camera-made clips are designed to
play no more than about 2 and a half minutes. If viewer’s connec-
tion is slow (and even faster than dialup) a clip of size of 75Mbs
taking just over two minutes to play might take as much as two
minutes to download.
                      ALTERNATE METHOD FOR
 INSERTING ON WEB PAGE A DIGITAL CAMERA-MADE VIDEO (MOVIE CLIP)
           1. Insert cursor where Video is to be located and click on
              Insert-Picture-Video.
           2. Locate Video (e.g., by clicking in Video box on Desk-
              top-Nikon Pictures, then on the Video and on Open.
           3. Click on File-Save.
           4. In Save Embedded Files box click on Change Folder, on
              Name list single left click on images and then on OK-
              OK.
           5. Click on File-Save.
           6. Publish Web.
           7. Delete Video picture and in its place type in text as
              to what Video is of (e.g., ”Click here for Video of
              Dog.”).
           8. Highlight text, right click on it and choose Hyperlink.
           9. In Insert Hyperlink box locate images on Name list,
              double click on it and then locate the Video on such
              list and single left click on it. (Address box should
              read, e.g.,”images\DSCN0123.MOV”).
           10.Publish Web again (and answer YES to any prompt re
             modifications).




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               MAKING A READ-ONLY FILE WRITABLE & SAVEABLE

This message can appear if you have been editing a file that was opened as read-only. A file opened as read-only will have
(Read-Only) appended to the file name as it appears in the title bar of Word. You can still save the document, but you must
save it by using a different file name.

If you use Windows Explorer to change the read-only properties of the file, while the file is open in Word, it will not enable Word
to save the file. Word must open a non-read-only version of the file in order to save it by using its original file name.

If you have not made any changes to the file, you can close it, and then use the following steps to make the file writeable.

    1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Open.

    2. Browse to the file and right-click it.

    3. Click Properties, and then clear the Read-Only check box.

    4. Reopen the file.

If you have made changes to a read-only file, you can save it, and then use the following steps to give the modified file the
original file name.

    1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Save.

    2. Enter a different file name, and then click Save.

        NOTE: Adding "Rev1", or "Mod1" to the original file name may help you to remember it later.

    3. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Close.

    4. Open Windows Explorer.

    5. Browse to the original read-only file.

    6. Rename the read-only file.

    7. Browse to the new file.

    8. Rename the new file to the name of the original file.

Do not delete the read-only file until after you have determined you no longer need it.




                       CREATE AN E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION LIST FOR
                              SENDING MESSAGES TO A GROUP




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Create a Distribution List Using Names
in Address Book or Contacts List:
1.    Open Outlook and on File menu, point to New and then on
      drop-down menu click on Distribution List.
2.    In Name box, type a group name (e.g., “Family”.(This group
      name then will appear on your Address Book or Contacts
      list, as the case may be).
3.    Click on Distribution List tab and then on Select Members.
4.    In the Select Members box’s Address Book drop-down list
      click on whichever of Address Book or Contacts your e-mail
      addresses are located which are to be included in the list.
\5.   In Select Members box which comes up, double-click on each
      name to be included and when all names are listed, click
      OK.
6.    Click on X at upper right and when prompted “Do you want to
      save changes…?” answer “Yes”.

Send a Message to a Distribution List:
Open a New message, click on To, in Select Names box click on Name
for list, click OK and then type and send message.

Add or Delete a Name(s) in a
Distribution List:
1.    In Outlook click on Tools-Address Book and on the name of
      the Distribution List.
2.    To add an address from an address book or contacts folder,
      click on Distribution List tab, click on Select Members, in
      drop-down list double-click on name(s)to be added and then
      click OK.

      NOTES: To add an address not in address book or contacts
             folder, click on Tools-Address
             Book, click on the name of the Distribution
             List, then click on the Distribution List tab, click
             on Add New, type in information for the new
             e-mail address and then click OK.
             To delete a name, click on Tools-Address Book, then
             on the name of the Distribution List, highlight the
             name to be deleted from it and click on Delete.




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                       To show the names in a distribution list, in a new
                       message click To, right-click on the name of the
                       distribution list and then click Properties.


           ADDING A FOLDER TO TASKBAR FOR QUICK ACCESS TO FOLDER
    1.      Right-click on Taskbar and select Toolbars from the menu.
    2.      Choose New Toolbar, navigate to folder you want to use (e.g., My Computer)
            and click O.K. When you click the taskbar icon for the added folder,
            a pop-up menu lets you browse and open files right there.




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                                           WinZip Basic Information
    Did you just receive e-mail with a Zip file attached to it, or did you just download a Zip file and don't know
    what to do with it? This page explains the basics of Zip files and how to use them. If you are looking for
    information regarding WinZip®, please click here.
           What are Zip files?
           Why do people use Zip files?
           Where does WinZip fit in?
           How do I open a Zip file?
           How do I create a Zip file?


    What are Zip files?
    Zip files (.zip or .zipx) are single files, sometimes called "archives", that contain one or more compressed
    files. Zip files make it easy to keep related files together and make transporting, e-mailing, downloading




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    and storing data and software faster and more efficient. The Zip format is the most popular compression
    format used in the Windows environment, and WinZip is the most popular compression utility.


    Why do people use Zip files?
    Zip files compress data and therefore save time and space and make downloading software and transfer-
    ring e-mail attachments faster. Typical uses for Zip files include:
           Distributing files on the Internet: Only one download is required to obtain all related files, and file
      transfer is quicker because the archived files are compressed.
           Sending a group of related files to an associate: When you distribute a collection of files as a
      single Zip file, you benefit from the file grouping as well as compression.
           Saving disk space: If you have large files that are important but seldom used, such as large data
      files, simply compress the files into a Zip file and then unzip (or "extract") them only when needed.


    Where does WinZip fit in?
    To store files in a Zip file, or to access the files in a Zip file, you need a compression utility such as WinZip.
    WinZip makes it easy for Windows users to work with archives. WinZip features a standard Windows point-
    and-click drag-and-drop interface for viewing, running, extracting, adding, deleting, and testing files in Zip
    files. Occasional and first-time users can choose to use the intuitive WinZip Wizard.

    For more information on WinZip and how to get WinZip, please see the WinZip product information page.


    How do I open a Zip file?
    After you have installed WinZip, you can open a Zip file by double clicking it in your e-mail attachment or
    Explorer window or by starting WinZip and choosing "Unzip or install from an existing Zip file" in the
    WinZip Wizard. (If the WinZip Wizard does not open by default when you start WinZip, just click the
    Wizard button in the toolbar). The WinZip Wizard will guide you through the process of unzipping your file.


    How do I create a Zip file?
    To create a new Zip file, open WinZip in the WinZip Wizard mode. (If the WinZip Wizard does not open by
    default, just click the Wizard button in the toolbar.) You will be asked "What do you want to do?" Simply
    select "Create a new Zip file" and click Next. The WinZip Wizard will guide you through the entire process.

    When you become more familiar with Zip file operations, you can also try the WinZip Classic interface. The
    Classic interface offers many advanced features that are not available in the WinZip Wizard. Using the
    Classic interface, you can split large Zip files into smaller parts to overcome e-mail and other size limits;
    view, extract, and run individual files in a Zip file; remove files from an existing Zip file; encrypt your
    confidential files so that they can't be used without a password; and much more. To try the Classic
    interface, simply click the WinZip Classic button in the WinZip Wizard. Extensive program help is available
    for every aspect of WinZip Classic operation.

    Go to the WinZip product information page, or return to the WinZip home page.




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      MINERVA eHEALTH VIEWER (Flashdrive F:\)
TO EXPORT FROM MINERVA eHEALTH MANAGER TO FLASHDRIVE
     EMERGENCY AND PERSONAL eHEALTH INFORMATION
1.    Click on MINERVA eHealth Manager Desktop icon, type in Password and
      click OK (or ENTER).
2.    When Manager Tips window appears. click CLOSE.
3.    When PRIMARY 1 name appears, click on 2d icon at top from right
      (Welcome to the eHealth Export Wizard), insert Flashdrive in any
      computer USB port, select option “Run the program” and then click OK.
4.    Insert in eHealth Export Wizard check marks in “Create an Emergency
      eHealth Record” and in “Create a Personal eHealth Record” and then
      click NEXT.
5.    In Wizard’s “Select Patients”, insert in Primary 1 box the Primary
      Patient’s Import/Export PIN, click SELECT ALL (at bottom left), insert
      password and then click NEXT.
6.    In Wizard’s “Specify Report Type and Sections for the Emergency
      eHealth Records, using menu arrows for “Report Type” and “Sections”,
      click DETAILED INFORMATION and on EMERGENCY HEALTH SECTIONS
      and then click NEXT.
7.    In “Specify Report Type and Sections for the Personal Health Record”,
      using menu arrows for “Report Type” and “Sections”, click DETAILED
      INFORMATION and on PERSONAL HEALTH SECTIONS and then click
      NEXT.
8.    In “Select Export Destination and Password”, click BROWSE and on
      DE$KTOP-MY COMPUTER and eHEALTH (F:), then click OK and In
      Import/Export Password, in ‘Password’ type it in, in ‘Verify Password’
      type it in again, click NEXT and when next window appears click FINISH
      (at bottom right).
9.    Wait some time while existing export files are deleted from Flashdrive,
      then files are exported, then copied to Flashdrive and, finally, click OK.
10.   When MINERVA eHealth Wizard appears, click YES to exit.


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  11.   Remove Flashdrive and then in order to test it re-insert in any computer USB port. SEE
        BELOW.

        TO USE FLASHDRIVE, insert it in a computer USB port, select option “Run the program”, or
        if window does not open, go to My Computer and open the file “eHealth Viewer.exe”.

        TO VIEW EMERGENCY eHEALTH RECORDS, cllck on VIEW EMERGENCY eHEALTH RECORDS
        button. Use scrollbar to move up and down in the report.

        TO VIEW PERSONAL eHEALTH RECORDS, click on VIEW PERSONAL eHEALTH RECORDS but-
        ton, use scrollbar (and when finished, click on LOCK PERSONAL eHEALTH RECORDS button).

        TO PRINT, select the “File-Print…” option from within the browser and follow through on
        regular print procedure.

                 CREATING AND PRINTNG LABELS FOR A MASS MAILING
                Creating with Excel a Recipients List For Preparing Labels

1.   Open Microsoft Excel     to set up the data to use in a mail merge.
2.   Each column should have a heading such as Title, Last Name, First Name,
Address, City, State and Zip.
        The Mail Merge And Labels Printing Process
1.   With Microsoft Office Word 2007 open a blank Word document to set up the
Label Main Document.
2.   Click Mailings tab and in the Start Mail Merge group, click Start Mail
Merge and then click Step by Step Mail Merge Wizard.
3.   In the Mail Merge task pane (“MMTP”), in Select document type select
Labels and then in the MMTP’s Step 1 of 6 click Next: Starting document.
4.   In the MMTP’s Select starting document, click Change document layout and
In Change document layout click Label options.
5.   In Label Options dialog box, under Printer Information, select as type of
printer Page printers, in Label vendors select name of company making the
labels which will be used, in Product number select the product number on the
labels box, check Label Information for accuracy and then click OK.
6.   In the MMTP’s Step 2 of 6, click Next: Select recipients and in Select
recipients click Use an existing list.




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7.   In Use an existing list, click Browse, locate In Select Data Source
dialog box the Excel Recipients List you previously prepared and double-click
the list.
8.   In Select Table dialog box, select Sheet 1 and click OK.
9.   In Mail Merge Recipients dialog box use the options in its Refine Recipi-
ent list to add to or change the list if necessary and then click OK.
10. In Step 3 of 6 click Next: Arrange your labels and in Arrange your labels
click Address block.
11. In the Insert Address Block dialog box, make choices for what you want the
Address Block to contain.
12. In the Insert Address dialog box click Match Fields.
      In the Match Fields dialog box address block elements are listed on the
left and categories (column headings) from the Recipients List (the data file)
are listed on the right. Each address block element has to be matched by a
column from the Recipients list. If some of these elements show (not matched)
on the right rather than a column name, click the arrow in the box that says
(not matched) and then click the correct column name in the list that appears.
13. When finished matching, Click OK and the click OK again.
               An «Address Block» field appears on your label.
14. In the MMTP, under Replicate labels, scroll down and click Update all
labels.
              The «Address Block» field is automatically replicated on all the
other labels.
15. On MMTP’s Step 4 of 6 click on Next: Preview your labels, so that infor-
mation from the Recipients list replaces the placeholder fields on the labels.
You then will be able to see if the addresses are being displayed properly.
(You also can click the « » buttons in the MMTP to page through the labels, or
you can click Find a recipient to locate a specific label.
16   In Step 5 of 6 at the bottom of the MMTP, click Next: Complete the merge.
17. Insert one or more labels face up in the printer’s priority input tray.
18. Click Print in the MMTP and in the Merge to Printer dialog box in Print
records choose All, Current Record, or numbers of labels to be printed, click
OK (and , if necessary click OK on the printer’s control panel).
     If, however, you wish to first review the labels more thoroughly before
printing, or if you want to make custom changes to specific labels, click Edit
individual labels in the MMTP to create a new document with all the merged
labels in it.
19. Save the Label Main Document. This will save the connection between the
Label Main Document and the Recipients List (the data file).
20. To use the Label Main Document again, bring it up, follow 2. above, then
in MMTP’s Step 3 of 6 click Next: Arrange your labels, in the MMTP, under
Replicate labels click Update all labels, in MMTPs Step 4 of 6, click Next:
Preview your labels, in MMTP’s Step 5 of 6 click Next: Complete the merge and
then follow 18. above.




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                          TO PUBLISH TO WEB A PICTURE FROM NIKON
                    PICTURES FOLDER USING PUBLISH SELECTED FILES METHOD

    1. Bring up web site’s Homepage.
    2. Right click on a picture in Nikon Pictures and left click on Copy.
    3. Insert cursor in space near top of Homepage, right click and then left click on Paste.
    4. Insert text for picture and/or other text changes.
    5. Click on File-Save.
    6. In Save Embedded Files box left click on Change Folder, left click on ‘images’, left click on OK and again left click on OK.
    7. Left click on View, left click on Folders, on Folder List on left, left click on images and in Contents of ‘images’ box right
       click on name of picture just inserted on Homepage and left click on Publish Selected Files.
    8. After Confirmed Copy appears and disappears, left click on View, left click on Folders, on Folder List on left, right click
       on “index.htm” (if necessary, insert in Name and Password Required the password and click on OK) and left click on
       Publish Selected Files.
    9. After Confirm Copy box appears and disappears bring up Web Homepage and check work.

         NOTE: To remove picture and or text, delete same, left click on View, left click on Folders, on
                  Folders List on left right click on “index.htm” (if necessary, insert in Name and
                  Password Required the password and click on OK) and left click on Publish Selected
                  Files.

     PICTURE AND VIDEO MESSAGING WITH JSD’s LG VX8360 CELL PHONE CAMERA
                              TO PICTURE MESSAGE A PICTURE TAKEN WITH CELL PHONE CAMERA

1.      Open cell phone, click on Camera Key on right side of phone, look through screen to focus on picture and to take it
press OK Key (for TAKE).
2.      Press Left Soft Key(for SAVE) to save to My Pictures. Then press Left Soft Key(for My Pictures) to view pictures in My
Pictures. Then scroll to a particular picture to view it and press OK (for VIEW).
3.      To send picture to a person’s wireless cell phone, or to an e-mail addressee, or to your Online Album (at
www.vzw.com), locate picture by pressing OK (for LIST), highlight picture in My Pictures, press Right Soft Key (for Options) and
then press I (for Send).
        To send picture to your Online Album, press 2. (for To Online Album).
        To send a picture to a person or e-mail addressee, press 1. (for Picture Message) and then insert for each recipient a
cell phone or e-mail address using scroll to add another recipient. If any recipient’s cell phone number or e-mail address is
stored in Contacts or in From Recent Calls, first press Right Soft Key (for Add) and then press 1. (for From Contacts) or 2. (for
From Recent Calls), scroll to the cell phone number or e-mail address and press OK (for MARK). Then press the Left Soft Key
(for Done), if you wish to add another recipient scroll down to the next address box and resume inserting recipients. When
finished, press OK and then OK again (for SEND). When finished, press OK and OK again (for SEND).
        To insert a number rather than a letter or symbol, change to numbers (123), to insert a letter rather than a number or
symbol, change to letters (Abc) and to insert a symbol rather than a number or letter, change to symbols ( Symbols). Effect a
necessary change by first pressing Left Soft Key (for Entry Mode) and then pressing either 4. for numbers, 2. for letters or 5. for




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Symbols. Further, If you wish to insert a Symbol, press the number for the particular symbol (e.g, for “@” press 2). Then press
OK and continue adding recipients’ cell phone numbers or e-mail addresses. When finished, press OK (for SEND).

                              TO PICTURE MESSAGE A VIDEO TAKEN WITH CELL PHONE CAMERA

1.      Open cell phone, click Left Soft Key for Message), press → four times (for Media Center), click on 2. (for Picture &
Video) and then press 6. (for Record Video). To start recording. press and release OK. To stop recording, press and release OK.
2.      To save a video to My Videos press Left Soft Key(for SAVE). Then press Left Soft Key(for Videos) to view videos in My
Videos. To play a particular video, scroll to it and press OK (for PLAY).
3.      To send a video to a person’s wireless cell phone, e-mail addressee or to your Online Album (at www.vzx.com ) open
cell phone, click Left Soft Key (for Message), press → four times (for Media Center), press 2. (for Picture & Video), press 4. (for
My Videos) and then press Right Soft Key (for Options).
        If sending picture to your Online Album, press 3. (for To Online Album).
        If sending video to a person or e-mail addressee, press 1. and in NEW VIDEO MESSAGE insert for each recipient a cell
phone or e-mail address, using scroll to add another recipient. If any recipient’s cell phone number or e-mail address is stored
in Contacts or in From Recent Calls, first press Right Soft Key (for Add) and then press 1. (for From Contacts) or 2. (for From
Recent Calls), scroll to the cell phone number or e-mail address and press OK (for MARK). Then press the Left Soft Key (for
Done), scroll down if you wish to add another recipient and resume inserting recipients. When finished, press OK and then OK
again (for SEND).
        To insert a number rather than a letter or symbol, change to numbers (123), to insert a letter rather than a number or
symbol, change to letters (Abc) and to insert a symbol rather than a number or letter, change to symbols ( Symbols), Effect
necessary change by first pressing Left Soft Key (for Entry Mode) and then pressing either 4. for numbers, 2. for letters or 5. for
Symbols. Further, If you wish to insert a Symbol, press the number for the particular symbol (e.g, for “@” press 2). Then press
OK and continue adding recipients’ cell phone numbers or e-mail addresses. When finished, press OK (for SEND).

          IF STORE PICTURE OR VIDEO IN ONLINE ALBUM AND WISH EITHER TO TRANSFER IT to P.C. OR COPY, PRINT OR
                                                        E-MAIL IT
   A.   In Internet Explorer open www.vzw.com.
   B.   Sign in using as Password jd612001.
   C.   Place cursor on My Verizon“ and under My Messaging and Media click on Send a Picture/Video.
   D.   Click on My Media and when images appear click on picture or video a copy of which is to be sent out by email.
   E.   Click on Send message (at bottom right).
   F.    Click on Preview and Send and when Preview and Send box appears, insert email address and click on Send.
   G.    Send Complete box should appear cofirming message was sent successfully. Then click on OK.

                                  TO CHECK IF A PICTURE OR VIDEO HAS BEEN PROPERLY SENT

                                  TO CHECK IF A PICTURE OR VIDEO HAS BEEN PROPERLY SENT

If picture or video sent, “Message Sent” will appear on screen. Then to check if most recent picture or video was in fact
properly sent, close and open cell phone, press Message key, press 3., scroll to message being checked and press OK (for
Open).
                                   TO DELETE A PICTURE OR VIDEO SAVED TO ONLINE ALBUM
1.      In Internet Explorer open www.vzw.com , place cursor on “Messaging”, when menu comes down click on “Picture &
Video Messaging”, click on “Sign in” and sign on with your User ID (johndorf) and Password (612001) previously registered
with Verizon Wireless for your cell phone Then click on “Sign In”.




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2.     Click on “Create Your Own”, click on “My Media” and when images appear click on picture or video to be deleted and
       drag it with mouse to trash can symbol at lower right.
3.     Highlight the picture or video to be deleted and click OK.


     TO SCAN ON XEROX DOCUMATE 515 SCANNER MULTIPLE PAGES INTO SINGLE FILE

1.     Open One Touch Properties window.
2.     Right click on Scan.
3.     Select Destination, click on Properties and if destination is Desktop and it doesn’t already read “C: Us-
       ers\John\Desktop”, click on Browse-OS (C:)-Users-John-Desktop-OK. If, however, it does already read “C: Us-
       ers\John\Desktop” just click on OK and skip to Step 5 below.
4.     Click on Apply-OK.
5.     Select Format (PDF or JPG).
6.     In Select Configuration select the scan configuration Configure Before Scan.
7.     Click on Apply-OK.
8.     Click on Scan.
9.     Click on Scan.
10.    After scanning complete, click on Done.

       Adding Caption To Photo or Video Clip Using Adobe Photoshop Elements 7.0
1.    Open Elements 7, click on Edit, click on File-Open, locate and open photo or video clip (if necesssary, change Open As
      to JPEG.
2.    In Editor’s left column right-click on T and select either Horizontal Type Tool or Vertical Type Tool.
3.    To create single line of text, click on the image to set an insertion point for the type.
      To create paragraph text, drag a rectangle to create a text box for the type.
      Note: The small line through the I-beam marks the position of the type baseline. For horizontal type, the baseline
              marks the line on which the type rests; for vertical type, the baseline marks the center axis of the type
              characters.
4.    Optional: Select in Options bar type options, such as font, style, size, color.
5.    Type characters you want. If you did not create a text box press
      Enter to create a new line. The text appears in its own layer (a text layer”).
6.    Commit the text layer by either clicking the Commit button in the Options bar or clicking in the image but outside the
      Text box.
7.    To save photo or video clip with the added caption text, click File-Save As (being sure Format is JPEG) and in Save As
       box click Save. Options b
8.    When JPEG ox appears, click OK.
9.    To exit, click File-Exit, respond Yes to prompt.
Note: To delete an added caption, open Elements 7, click on Edit,
       locate and open photo, right-click on T and select Horizontal
       Type Tool, drag to right of caption and use backspace key.




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     EXPRESSION WEB 4 PROGRAMMING FOR CREATING A NEW
              WEB PAGE FOR AN EXISTING WEB SITE
      CREATE NEW PAGE
1.    Launch Expression Web and open web site you want new page to be on.

2.    Choose File-New-Page and when new dialog box appears, click OK.
      The default file name for the new page, untitled_1.htm, appears in the editing
      window.

3.    To save the web page in the current site:

      A.   Choose File-Save As.
      B.   in File Name text box, enter the new file name (e.g., “boats”). Use only
           lowercase letters, and if you must use more than one word, fill spaces
           with underscores (e.g., “big_sailing_boats”).
      C.   Change page title by clicking on Change Title button and in Set page Title
            dialog box, enter in Page Title text box the title (e.g, “boats”) and click OK
           to set the Set Page Title dialog box.
      D.   Click Save button.

4.    Click on Site View, open existing page new page is to be on, here index.htm, and
      insert title of new page (e.g., “Boats”) where it is to be located.

5.    Highlight title of new page and click on Insert Hyperlink button (the 8th one from
      right on the Common or Standard toolbar), in Link to column on left click on Exist-
      ing File or Web Page icon (if it is not already selected), click on name of new page

( here boats.html), click on OK, click on hyperlink, insert title and the desired content.

6.    Click File-Save, close Expression Web and if prompt appears, click on Yes.

7.

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     PUBLISH TO WEB
1.   Click on Site View (Folder List) on left, click on name of
     new page, then right-click on it and click on Publish
     Selected Files to “johndorf.com”.
2.   If added pictures, right-click on them and click on Publish
     Selected Files to “johndorf.com”.
3.   Right-click on index.htm and click on Publish Selected Files
     to “johndorf.com”.
4.   If Conflicts box appears, click on Overwrite Remote Files.
5.   Test web site to see if publishing to web was successful.


                          EXPRESSION WEB

         OPENING TO LOCAL WEB SITE, E.G., JOHNDORF.COM
     Click on File-Open–Expression Web (at upper left of Open
     File), double-click on johndorf.com, click on index (on
     list below) and then click on Open.


EXPRESSION WEB 4 PROGRAMMING FOR INSERTING A PICTURE
      OR A HYPERLINK ON A CURRENT WEB SITE PAGE
     INSERTING PICTURE ON HOMEPAGE
1.   Click on Insert-Picture-From File, bring up picture folder,
     highlight picture file to be inserted.
2.   In Accessibility of Properties box click on OK.
3.   Click on File-Save, when Save Embedded Files box appears
     click on Change Folder, double click on images on the list and
     then double-click on OK.
     NOTE: You may also insert a picture by Copy-Paste method.
     NOTE: To insert picture on a folder page other than the
            Homepage, in step 3 just double-click on the name of
            the folder instead of on images, then double-click on
            OK and go on to Publish To Web below.

     INSERTING A HYPERLINK ON HOMEPAGE
     Insert by Copy-Paste method.




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     PUBLISH TO WEB FOR AN INSERTED PICTURE
1.   Right-click on just inserted picture, click on Picture Propert-
     ies, note description of Picture and click on OK.
2.   Click on Site View (Folder List) on left and then double-click
     either on images or, if there is a folder page, click on it.
3.   Find description of the Picture in list, right-click on it and
     click on Publish Selected Files to “johndorf.com”.
4.   Click on Publishing (near bottom left), then on Connect to
     the Current Publishing Destination, if the word “successful”
     appears at the lower left then on the list on the left right-
     click on index.htm and, finally, click on Publish Selected Files
     to “johndorf.com”.
5.   If Conflicts box appears, click on Overwrite Remote Files.
6.   If the word “successful” appears at the lower left,
      publishing is complete.

     PUBLISH TO WEB FOR AN INSERTED HYPERLINK
     Click on Site View,right-click on index.htm and click on
     Publish Selected Files to “johndorf.com”.

     TO REMOVE A PICTURE OR HYPERLINK
1.   Open local web site, click anywhere on picture or hyperlink to
     be removed, click Shift and ↓(down) keys together and then
     click on Delete.
2.   Publish to Web by clicking on Site View (Folder List),
     right-clicking on index.htm and, finally, clicking on
     Publish Selected Files to “johndorf.com”.
3.   If Conflicts box appears, click on Overwrite Remote Files.




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    EXPRESSION WEB 4 PROGRAMMING FOR
INSERTING A YOUTUBE VIDEO BY EMBED CODE
LINK PROCESS ON A CURRENT WEB SITE PAGE
(In these Instructions the YouTube video will be inserted on the Web
                       Site’s Homepage itself)

     INSERT YOUTUBE VIDEO ON PAGE
1. Open Internet Explorer and locate and bring up a
YouTube video on YouTube you wish to insert on a web site
page,     by    clicking   on    the    video    (e.g.,  on
http://www.youtube.com/ode2fame entitled “Justin and Laura
Wedding” appearing near the lower left side of the link’s
page)
2. Left-click on the word Embed (at the right of the
video), then right-click on such link and click on Select
All.
3.    Right-click on such link and left-click on Copy.
4. Open Microsoft Expression Web, click on File-Open-
Expression Web, double-click on the web site the video is
to be inserted on (e.g., johndorf.com), click on the word
index (on the right side list below) and when such web
site’s homepage appears locate with the mouse pointer ex-
actly where the YouTube video is to be placed on it, right-
click on the mouse and left-click on Paste. (Remember that
if the page on which the video is to be located will be
other than the Homepage, locate on such other page with the
mouse pointer where the video will be placed.)
    You will see this, for example, for an entire embed
code link:
     <object     width="480"      height="385"><param      name="movie"     val-
ue="http://www.youtube.com/v/DO6ol9vr5-k?fs=1&amp;hl=en_US"></param><param
ame="allowFullScreen"    value="true"></param><param    name="allowscriptaccess"
value="always"></param><embed           src="http://www.youtube.com/v/DO6ol9vr5-
k?fs=1&amp;hl=en_US" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscrip


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taccess="always"               allowfullscreen="true"        width="480"
height="385"></embed></object>
5.    Carefully delete from the entire embed code link all
but the small portion of it near its beginning which, in
this example starts with “http://” and ends with “k?fs=1”
and insert the mouse pointer immediately to the right of
such small remaining portion of the embed code link and
press the keyboard spacebar.You then will have created the
final link for the YouTube video (reading, in this example ,
 http://www.youtube.com/v/DO6ol9vr5-k?fs=1)..
6.  Click on File-Saveand then Publish to Web.
    NOTE: Never ever attempt to preview the video in Ex-
pression
                      Web. Wait until you have fully pub-
lished to web and then look at it on the published web
site.
             NOTE:Some YouTube videos do not have audio or
                  because of ownership of music rights
                  concerns audio deliberately is disabled.

     PUBLISH TO WEB
1.   Click on Site View (Folder List on left) and then
     double-click on the web page the YouTube video has
     been inserted on,in this example, its Homepage,
     index.htm, then right-click on it and click on
     Publish Selected Files to “johndorf.com”.
2.   If the Conflicts box appears, click on Overwrite
     Remote Files.

     TO REMOVE YOUTUBE VIDEO FROM WEB PAGE
1.   Open Expression Web, click anywhere on the video
     which is to be removed, press the Shift and
     down(↓)keys together and then click on Delete.
2.   Publish to Web by clicking on Site View (Folder
     List), right-click on index.htm and click on
     Publish Selected Files to “johndorf.com”.


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3.   If the Conflicts box appears, click on Overwrite
     Remote Files.

 UPLOADING A VIDEO (MOVIE CLIP) TO YOUTUBE
                    SITE
1.   Launch site (for example, www.youtube.com/johndorf11).
2.   Click on ↓ at upper right and then on My Videos.
3.   Click on Upload.
4.   When Video File Upload box appears, click on Upload Video.
5.   When Select files to upload box appears, locate the video and click on it so that
     its name appears in the File name box.
6.   Click on Open.
7.   While video is uploading and processing to YouTube site you may
     insert in the Description box a
     description of the video


 DELETING A VIDEO (MOVIE CLIP) FROM YOUTUBE
                     SITE
1.   Launch YouTube site
2.   Click on ↓ at upper right and then on My Videos.
3.   Locate video to be deleted and put a check mark in small rectangular box to its left.
4.   Click on Delete.
5.   Answer prompt by clicking on OK.

      EMAIL A URL ADDRESS FOR A PARTICULAR WEB SITE
Locate the YouTube site, right click on its address, for example, on
http://www.youtube.com/johndorf11, right-click on Copy, place
cursor in the text area of a proposed email, right-click and then
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 CREATING A PHOTOSHOW WITH A TITLE, PHOTOS, SLIDES,
CAPTIONS, BACKGROUND MUSIC, EDITING IT AND POSTING IT
   BY EMAIL TO OTHERS, BURNING IT ONTO A DVD DISC
                PLAYABLE ON A TV SET12

     REUSING PHOTOS IN ONE SHOW FOR ANOTHER SHOW
             (Using Roxio PhotoShow software)
                       INITIAL CREATION OF A PHOTOSHOW
1.   Launch Roxio PhotoShow, when the project window opens minimize
     it, drag it from its top to the left half of the screen, click File-New PhotoShow
     and then drag it further to the left so that only about 1/3rd of it remains visible.

2.   Launch the folder or file containing the photos to be included in the Show (for
     example, the Nikon Pictures folder) and be certain it is minimized and on the
     right of the project window, so that photos may be dragged from such folder or
     file and dropped onto the project window.

3.   Add photos by clicking on Add Photos at the top of the project window, if it is
     not already highlighted, add them one by one (or by block) by dragging them
     anywhere onto the project window in the order desired. Before the Share
     (burn DVD disc or email) process is finally begun you can change the order of




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  PhotoShow will have a default song already added to the Show being created.
The music, and its duration, is represented by a colored box around the photos
with blue “handles” on each end of the song which you can use to extend the
length of the song to one or more other photos, or shorten it to the photos you
want to pair it with. Using the Music & Photos tab initially (and, perhaps,
later for editing before going to the final Share process) there is no limit to
the amount of songs you can have in the Show.
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the photos, add more or delete some (by dragging them out of the project
     window in the manner described below), add a title for the Show, add
     captions, add music for individual photos or blocks of photos and preview the
     Show to see if it needs more work.
     Only when you are ready to burn the disc should you click Done.

4    In the Personalize stage the Title box will appear. Fill in the blanks for the
     title of the Show, whose creation it is (e.g., “Smith Film Productions”) and
     who it stars. You may leave either or both of the Created by blanks unfilled.
     Then click on OK.          ADD MUSIC AT STEP 9 BELOW.

5.   If you wish to choose for the Show one of the styles (themes) displayed in
     Style (at the left), click on the style (using the Move Styles button if
     necessary for more choices).

     Picking a Show style automatically applies a preset transition style, title style
     and music for your Show. If, however, instead of setting any style you wish to
     add different (or, perhaps, the same) music for individual photos, then click
     on the More Styles button, in the Categories list click on Simple Styles and
     then click on Simple Show and OK.

     Note: If you wish to have no music for the Show, click on the first
           photo, then on the Music & Photos tab and on the Song Title
           list click on No Music. Finally, click on OK.
            After Steps 6, 7 and 8 below, skip Step 9 below.




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6.   To add a caption for a photo (or for a block of them), first click on the Music
     & Photos tab so that thumbnail images of all the photos will be displayed,
     then click on the Captions tab and on an individual photo (or the first of a
     block to be captioned). Then choose any of five sample styles of captions and
     write a caption in the Enter Caption box, using the sliders to size the caption.
     Locate the caption anywhere on the photo by the dragging method. Finally,
     click on the Next button.

     To remove a caption, click on the Clear button.

7.   To add a text bubble to any photo, click on the Bubbles tab, click on a photo,
     choose a bubble style from the left side and drag it onto the photo where
     you wish it to be located. Then enter text in the Text box. Use the slider to
     size the bubble and its text.

     To remove a bubble, click on the Remove button on the right.

8.   To rearrange the order of the photos, click on the Music & Photos tab so that
     thumbnail images of all will be displayed and then arrange their order by
     using the dragging method.

     You may also choose a Cover Photo for the Show by clicking on the photo and
     then on Set Cover Photo.

     Note: View a larger pop-up preview of a photo by hovering the
           mouse over its thumbnail image.
9.   To add music provided in Roxio PhotoShow, which music must be
     (and already is in MP3 digital audio encoding format, and/ or to add
     music from your own music files (e.g., iTunes), which music also




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must be in, or first be converted to, MP3 format with RoxioCreator
2011 in the manner provided in F. 1. below of this Step 9.
A.   Hover mouse over the first photo which is to have music and click on
     the red music notes (at its upper right).

B.   Select a music genre in the Categories list (on the left), select and click a
     song on the Song Title list (on the right). The selected song will
     automatically play a preview. If you like it, click on OK; if you do not,
     click on Cancel.

C.   The new song now appears as a different color round your photo.

D.   Drag the blue handles of each song on its left and right until you have
     them matched up to the photos you want each song to play along to.

E.   Click the Preview button in the upper left to see how the Show looks
     and sounds.

F.   To add your own music located on your computer for a single photo or
     multiple ones in the Show:

     1.    If your own music requires conversion to MP3 format, minimize
           the project window of the Show and:

           (a)   Launch Roxio Creator 2011, click on left on Music-Audio and
                 in the Edit and Transfer section click on Batch Convert and
                 Transfer.

           (b)   When the Roxio Audio Converter window appears, click on
                 the Add tracks button (at the left), when the Media Selector win


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           dow appears, locate under Folders at the left and select, one at a
           time, each song of yours to be added to the Show (including any
           which first must be converted to MP3 format).
           Then click on Add at the bottom.
           Repeat this process for each song.

     (c)   Click on the Convert button                 and when the
           Convert, Rename, or Move Audio Files window appears click on
           Convert (at the bottom).

     (d)   When such conversion process ends, click on Close (at the bot-
           tom right) and when the Roxio Audio Converter window appears,
           click on Yes.

     (e)   Exit from Roxio Creator 2011, bring up the project window for the
           Show so that you may continue working on it (and, if you are edit-
           ing the Show, click on Edit).

2.   Click the Music & Photos tab, hover the mouse over the photo
     for which your own music is to be added, click on the red music
     notes at its upper right, when the More Music list appears (on the
     left), click on the My Music button              (at its bottom).

3.   When the Add My Music window appears, select each desired
     song and click on Open. Each song’s name will appear in the File
     Name box.




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           4.   Continue with customizing music and when finished, click on
                Save. Be certain that you have dragged the blue handles to their
                appropriate places, as provided in D. of this Step 9. above.

10. Complete customizing and editing the Show, click on SAVE and then on Done.

11. In the Share stage, if you wish to burn a DVD disc for the Show, click Burn
    PhotoShow disc, when prompted insert a DVD disc in the CD/DVD tray, click on
    OK and follow through. You may burn multiple copies initially or at later times. (If
    the Auto-play window appears, click on Burn a DVD video disc.)

     NOTE: Rather than burn a disc yourself, you may by clicking on Order DVD
           and filling out a web page order form have a DVD disc made for you.

     In the Share stage, if you wish to enable others to view your Show online, click on
     Post and Email, insert email addresses for the recipients to be and insert a mes-
     sage in the Message box. Also, you may play the Show by clicking on Play.

     NOTE: When you use Post and Email, automatically (a) the Show will be
           posted online on Roxio’s own web site, www.photoshow.com, and (b)
           immediately a URL (or link) for the Show will be assigned and emailed
           by Roxio both to you, the Show’s owner, and to each email
           recipient you have listed to view the Show online.

            Thereafter, when you edit the Show and go through the Post and
            Email process for the edited version, automatically such edited
            version will appear when the original link for it is clicked on by
            anyone. Further, if thereafter you permanently delete the online
            Show (as it may have been edited) in the manner provided in




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            DELETING PHOTOSHOWS “ at page 76 below, when anyone clicks
            on the Show’s link this message will appear:




                    SEE ALSO BELOW ON THIS PAGE “SHARE
                       A PHOTOSHOW WITH OTHERS….”


12. Save changes to the Show by clicking on Save (at the bottom) and
    following through.


                 COPYING A PHOTOSHOW ONTO A DVD DISC
1.   Launch Roxio PhotoShow and click on My PhotoShows.

2.   Hover mouse over the Show for which a copy is to be made and click on its
     Share button.




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3.   Click Burn PhotoShow Disc, insert a DVD disc into the CD/DVD tray and then
     click OK and follow through.

           SHARE A PHOTOSHOW WITH OTHERS BY PUBLISHING IT
              ON YOUR PHOTOSHOW ONLINE MEMBER PAGE
      Publishing a Show on your online member page creates two versions of the same
Show, a local version, saved on your computer, and an online version saved on your
member page. The Auto-Sync feature automatically applies changes from one version
to the other. When you open the local version of a Show, if there is a newer version
online you will see this dialog:




     Click on Overwrite to download the online version of the Show and replace
     your own local version.

     When you change the Show’s local version, the changes automatically will be
     uploaded to your Show’s online member page. In the system tray, a
     PhotoShow icon with an animated arrow will indicate the transfer is in
     progress:




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     If you do not wish to have your Show automatically sync the local and online
     versions of your published Show, click on File (at the top left of the project
     window), then on Preferences and remove the Auto-Sync checkbox at the
     top of the Preferences dialog.

                                 DELETING A PHOTO
     Delete a photo by clicking on the Music & Photos tab, mousing over the
     photo and clicking on the large red Delete (X) button.

                              EDITING A PHOTOSHOW
1.   Launch Roxio PhotoShow, hover mouse over the Show to be edited and click
     on Edit.

2.   To add one or more photos, minimize the project window, drag it to left half
     of screen, click Add Photos, click the folder or file containing photo(s) to be
     added, minimize it, drag it to the right of the project window and using the
     dragging method add photos one by one (or by block) onto the project
     window.

3.   In the Personalize stage, click on the Music & Photos tab to display all
     photos, to add a caption click on a photo, then on the Captions tab, in the
     Enter Captions box type in a caption and click on Next. To remove or correct
     a caption, first click on Clear.




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4.     To add, remove or change music, click on Music & Photos to bring up all
       photos, click on a particular photo, hover the mouse over it and click on the
       red music notes to select a particular song and follow through. To remove
       music click on the small Delete (x) button and adjust or re-adjust the blue
       handles as necessary.
5.     Click on Save and then on Done.

                               DELETING PHOTOSHOWS
       Launch Roxio PhotoShow, in the project window locate the show to be
       deleted, hover mouse over it and click on the Trash Can (on its right).


       To permanently delete a show which is online at Roxio’s web site,
       www.photoshow.com (and may be an earlier version of a show in the project
       window), use Internet Explorer to bring up such site, click on Sign in (at the
       upper right), insert your email address and password and click on Sign in.
       Choose the show to be permanently deleted, hover mouse over it and click
       on Delete.

       When a Message from Webpage window appears, click on OK.

           Move to each page on which there may be more online photoshows you
           wish to delete, by clicking on the appropriate page number (at bottom left).


         REUSING PHOTOS IN ONE PHOTOSHOW FOR ANOTHER SHOW
     1. Login to your photoshow account online by opening www.photoshow.com.




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     2. Click on My Photoshows at top left, select the show where the photos which you
        want to reuse for another show are, by hovering your mouse over the show, and
        click on Play.

     3. While the show is playing, click on View and download photos on the right and
        just one photo at a time click on Download Photo near the bottom left.

     4. When the File Download box appears click on Save and when the Save As box ap-
        pears save each downloaded photo to a folder on the computer (e.g., a newly cre-
        ated Desktop folder entitled “Photos for New PhotoShow”), clicking first on Open
        and then on Save.

     5. When the Download complete box appears, click on Close. (Note the File name for
        each photo.)




            ALTERNATE METHOD FOR REUSING PHOTOS IN A SHOW
                            FOR ANOTHER
USING SNIPPING TOOL TO TAKE PICTURES OF PHOTOS IN A
PHOTOSHOW SO THEY CAN BE STORED IN A SEPARATE COMPUTER
DESKTOP FOLDER (OR ON THE DESKTOP ITSELF) AND INCORPORATED
IN OTHER PHOTOSHOWS13


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     Snipping tools are available on Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems.

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               (Necessary only if you have not at the time of preparing the PhotoShow previously saved
copies of its photos for future use in a separate already existing or newly created folder ( for e.g., in a Nikon Pictures
folder). Copies of photos in a PhotoShow cannot be transferred for other uses by the usual copy-paste method nor
       by dragging them to (and editing them into) another already completed show or one in preparation.

1.     Locate previously unsaved pictures in the completed PhotoShow and using the computer’s
snipping tool, take snapshots of them one at a time (and not in blocks) and save them to a separate
folder on your Desktop..

2.    Bring up the completed or then in preparation PhotoShow in which you wish to include
photos from another. If the show you wish to add photos to already has been completed, first click
on Edit.

3.    Click Add Photo and drag the photos one at a time onto the show’s window and locate them
one at a time in the places where you wish them to be.

4.     On the show you have just added photos to, click on Save.

       NOTE:          Remember to save copies of the transferred photos for possible future use.

            DOWNLOAD BOARDING PASS FOR CONTINENTAL AIRLINES FLIGHT

1,     Open Internet Explorer and bring up www.continental.com.
2.     On right side where says in blue “CHECK-IN & RESERVATIONS” insert:
       In Confirmation box, passenger’s confirmation reference and
       In Last Name box, passenger’s last name:
3.     Click on yellow arrow to right of Last Name box
4.     In VIEW RESERVATION BY CONFIRMATION NUMBER, click on bar just below it reading “Print
       Boarding Passes”.
5.     When Print Boarding Pass window appears, click on blue bar reading “PRINT BOARDING PASS.
6.     Print out Boarding Pass by clicking on File menu Print.




 USING FILE SHARE FACILITY OF WWW.ME.COM (MOBILEME)
       TO STORE MUSIC, PICTURES AND DOCUMENTS
 (Note: The core services provided by MobileMe have been rewritten to work with
   Cloud in the near future. Therefore, MobileMe is no longer available as a
   paid sync service and current subscribers may only use it through June 30,
   2012).



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TO UPLOAD FILES SUCH AS MUSIC, PICTURES AND
DOCUMENTS FOR STORAGE, TRANSFER AND USE
 1. Open www.me.com .
 2. Sign in, using Jenna’s Apple ID: ode2fame and Pswd: Flash1981 Then click on Sign
    in.
    (Automatically “@me.com” will appear in ID box).
 3. Click on Cloud      (at upper left).




 4. Click on iDisk               (2d from right)and then on the upload a file or files ar-
    row ↑ (at top middle).
 5. To choose file(s) to upload by me.com to ode2fame, click on Choose (at bottom
    right).
 6. Select File(s) to be uploaded by me.com.
    E.g., if wish to use 16 existing pictures in the Pictures Library of your computer,
    click on Libraries (at the left), then on Pictures Library in the Select file(s) to up-
    load box, highlight the 16 pictures and in such Select file(s) to Uploads box click on
    Open and then on Done.
    (If you find it easier, before the Item 1 above sign in find the 16 pictures, open and
    label a new folder for them on your Desktop, highlight the pictures and copy-paste
    them into the new
    folder. Then you can take the pictures from the new folder and upload them by
    me.com to ode2fame.




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TO DOWNLOAD ONE OR MORE ITEMS FOR WHATEVER THEY
ARE TO BE USED FOR:
  1. Follow Step 1 above.
  2. Highlight on list for items the ones you presently wish to use, click on the down↓,
     then on Download, click on Save, locate your Downloads folder (which probably
     can be found by clicking on My Computer and then on Downloads). Then take the
     items from Downloads for use.

             NOTE: To erase, use Delete the Selected Files
button       (at top).


    TO CHANGE DISPLAY NAME FOR A HYPERLINK
Right-click on the hyperlink, choose Hyperlink Properties, change
“Text to Display” without changing the link itself.



         To View a Friend’s Facebook Page,
             Photos and Other Material
  (1)     Bring up your own Facebook page.
  (2)     Click on Profile.
  (3)     Click on icon for Friends on the left.
  (4)     Find and click on Friend’s name.
  (5)     On Friend’s Facebook page, click on Photos at left, and
  (6)     Click on particular Photo(s) and other materials you wish
          to view.



  USING FILE SHARE FACILITY OF WWW.ME.COM (MOBILEME) TO STORE
                  MUSIC, PICTURES AND DOCUMENTS
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   (Note: The core services provided by MobileMe have been rewritten to work with iCloud in the near future.
Therefore, MobileMe is no longer available as a paid sync service and current subscribers may only use it through
                                                 June 30, 2012).

TO UPLOAD FILES SUCH AS MUSIC, PICTURES AND DOCUMENTS FOR
STORAGE, TRANSFER AND USE
 7. Open www.me.com .
 8. Sign in, using Apple ID: ode2fame and Pswd: Flash1981 Then click on Sign in.
    (Automatically “@me.com” will appear in ID box).
 9. Click on Cloud             (at upper left).




 10.     Click on iDisk               (2d from right)and then on the upload a file or
         files arrow ↑ (at top middle).
 11.     To choose file(s) to upload by me.com to ode2fame, click on Choose (at
         bottom right).
 12.     Select File(s) to be uploaded by me.com.
         E.g., if wish to use 16 existing pictures in the Pictures Library of your
         computer, click on Libraries (at the left), then on Pictures Library in the
         Select file(s) to upload box, highlight the 16 pictures and in such Select file(s)
         to Uploads box click on Open and then on Done.
   (If you find it easier, before the Item 1 above sign in find the 16 pictures, open and
   label a new folder for them on your Desktop, highlight the pictures and copy-paste
   them into the new folder. Then you can take the pictures from the new folder and
   upload them by me.com to ode2fame.

TO DOWNLOAD ONE OR MORE ITEMS FOR WHATEVER THEY ARE TO
BE USED FOR:
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13. Follow Step 1 above.
14. Highlight on list for items the ones you presently wish to use, click on the down↓,
    then on Download, click on Save, locate your Downloads folder (which probably
    can be found by clicking on My Computer and then on Downloads). Then take the
    items from Downloads for use.

    NOTE: To erase, use Delete the Selected Files button     (at top).




               TO VIEW ON YOUR COMPUTER A VIRTUAL TOUR OF
                        A RESIDENTIAL UNIT FOR SALE
  1. Type in Google Search address box the Unit’s address (for example: “E-304, 7032
     Pelican Bay Blvd. Naples FL 34108”) and press Enter.
  2. Click on second blue line containing the Unit’s address (reading, for example,
     “7032 Pelican Bay Blvd. Unit E-304, Naples FL 34108….”,) which is under picture
     on left.
  3. Click on View Virtual Tour (or on Virtual Tour), which is under the picture.




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4. When next screen appears, click on Video at upper right to play Virtual Tour.
5. Click on Photography at right to view individual pictures.



                                EMAILING FREE HALLMARK CARDS
     1. Open www.hallmark.com , click on E-Cards and at right click
       on View all e-cards.
     2. Click on category, for example, on Holiday and specify holi-
        day and then click on a card which states that it is Free.
     3. Click on Personalize on right, , then on ADD MESSAGE and do
        so.
     4. Click on Address and Send.
     5. Fill in the Select a delivery date and address section.
     6. Click on Send.
     7. When next box appears, near lower left In Check out as a
        Guest click on Continue as Guest.




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