Monthly Archives: September 2005

Free Microsoft Enterprise Training

I keep hearing that people don’t have the ability to leave their office for computer training – or because of lack of time, wish they could train “on-demand”.   So here’s Microsoft’s On-Demand Web Based Training! “Learn how to become … Continue reading

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FREE Microsoft Windows Software

  This post has been retired — and has been updated here!   WINDOWS  XP 3 Degrees connects people into a small group, so you can do fun things together. Throw animations to each others’ desktops with winks. Listen together … Continue reading

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Excel 12

OK, I promised that I’m not going to do any more pre-pre-beta-release reviews. But I’ve GOT to tell you about ONE new feature in the upcoming version of Excel 12.   Microsoft’s common question regarding Excel is: "When are you going … Continue reading

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Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety

  With statistics like: “1 in 5 children are sexually solicited/approached over the Internet in a one-year period of time” and “20% of violent offenders service in state prisons reported having victimized a child” this obviously is not something that … Continue reading

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Knews: Microsoft versus Google

My Mac loving buddy Dub el Gee forwarded this recent CNET Article on Microsoft’s fierce competition with Google.   There’s no question that in 1997, Microsoft could not have foreseen that a student “search engine” project at Stanford would become … Continue reading

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Google: Finding the Good Stuff

Sure Google is a great place to find things on the Internet. But choosing the proper keywords is only the first step to the Road to Know Where.   SPEELING DOESN’T MATTER: Google will offer to correct your spelling. In … Continue reading

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How to Disable CTRL+ENTER Send Mail Shortcut II

Well I think I’ve survived my first blogging mistake!    I posted a solution for resolving the pesky Ctrl+Enter problem of mistakenly sending an email within Outlook.   I found a hack on Allister Frost’s Microsoft  site in the UK — I tried it … Continue reading

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FREE: Microsoft Phishing Filter Add-in

Phishing (pronounced "Fishing") is one of the fastest growing threats on the Internet and a form of identity theft. It refers to high-tech scams using phony web sites with actual brands designed to steal valuable personal information such as usernames, … Continue reading

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Office Webcasts for October

OUTLOOK Tips for Outlook 2000 and Outlook 2003 (Level 100)Tuesday, October 04, 2005 – 9:00 AM-10:00 AM Pacific TimeAndy Reed, Senior Training Specialist, Pacific Technical Consulting (PTC) Top 10 Tips to Save Time in Office Outlook 2003 (Level 200)Thursday, October 20, … Continue reading

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Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit

Microsoft has a new tool for shared computers in schools, libraries, Internet cafes, and other public places. The Shared Computer Toolkit makes it easy to set up, safeguard, and manage reliable shared computers running Windows XP.   Windows Disk Protection … Continue reading

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