Recently, I had to screencapture some Windows 7 screens for training materials. Frustratingly enough, the screencapture tool, Snipping Tool, didn’t seem to capture the dropdowns but it does, it is just a matter of knowing the trick! To Find the Snipping Tool (and pin it to your menu for ease of access) Click on the Windows menu button(In the box
If you haven’t been following all of the IE6 news of late, Youtube seems to be the most recent site to discontinue support for IE6:http://tinyurl.com/mpmu5y Mashable says that in order for the web to progress, IE6 must go (and briefly explains the major issues with IE6):http://mashable.com/2009/07/16/ie6-must-die/ …and if you really hate IE6, you can always join the death to IE6
So, you’re totalling a formula up (such as a sum) and you do not want the value to display as 0 (i.e., zero). In my case, some people will use the spreadsheet online, while others will print it out. For those who print it, I want the total column to appear blank (but it is not!) so that they can
In brief: June 30 2008 – MS will cease selling XP to the general publicbut school districts, colleges, and universities can buy machines with XP until January 2009. http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/top-news/?i=53769;_hbguid=4a20ae24-1f5b-4809-bdd8-a82a7fcd512b
Hmmm….. ———————– From Microsoft’s Live Search blog: “Today we informed our partners that we are ending the Live Search Books and Live Search Academic projects and that both sites will be taken down next week. Books and scholarly publications will continue to be integrated into our Search results, but not through separate indexes.” Full blog posting at: http://tinyurl.com/5333gq
It sounds like Microsoft is continuing to head down the path to standards compliancy… http://blogs.computerworld.com/web_standards_in_ie_8 and a quick overview of some of the new features on the way (webslices looks amazingly like snapshots, which provides a little rollover live popup of a page as used on this website…. hmmmm…) http://blogs.computerworld.com/five_things_youll_love_or_hate_about_ie8 I won’t be testing IE8 as I gave up on
Microsoft has warned corporate administrators that it will push a new version of Internet Explorer 7 their way next month, and it has posted guidelines on how to ward off the automatic update if admins want to keep the older IE6 browser on their companies’ machines. Beginning Feb. 12, the new IE7 package will be put into the WSUS pipeline
microsoft easy bake oven Okay, so maybe they aren’t really developing an easy bake oven…..