Print from just about anywhere through a PDF driver, then save it as a file. Type a word document just the way you want, convert to PDF, then email to whomever you want. They’ll see it exactly the way you want them to. No catch – it’s free!
I finally convinced myself to clean install Windows XP, so I decided to try out nLite to see how well it worked. For some background:
MSFN’s Unattended XP CD
It takes quite a bit to do step 2 and 3 on that site, which requires manually typing some batch files and stuff. nLite is different because it allows you to do essentially all from a GUI (Graphical User Interface).
All that’s really required is the .NET Framework and a CD burner. I had already slipstreamed SP2 (Service Pack 2) onto my Windows XP CD, so all I had to do was go through the other prompts.
Continue reading nLite – a GUI Windows install customizer
Finally, a good explanation on how to highlight alternating rows in Excel – automatically! (I hated having to do it by hand.)
I got a bunch of stuff coming up next week for all of my classes: two exams and a poem to be memorized. I’m not even close to being prepared. So, I came home after my two classes for today and stumbled onto this site properly named Study Guides and Strategies. I really need to create some good habits now or it’ll just keep getting worse and worse. Possibly, it might pass onto my children if I don’t sow good seeds now. Just something to think about…
Why go back and forth from mouse to keyboard when you can do quite a few things on the keyboard. That way, you can work faster. Time is money, right?
Here’s a few ones I use most:
- Ctrl+C: Copy
- Ctrl+V: Paste
- Ctrl+X: Cut
- Ctrl+Z: Undo
- Alt+Tab: Switch between applications
- Windows Key+D: Minimize all windows and view the desktop
In Internet Explorer or Firefox:
- F6: Move cursor selection to the address bar
- Ctrl+Enter: Automatically add http:// and .com before and after whatever word you type
In Windows XP, go to Control Panel > Display Properties > Appearance > Effects, then uncheck “Hide underlined letters for keyboard navigation until I press the Alt key“. Then, wherever you see an underlined letter within Windows (like the menus), just press Alt then the corresponding letter…see?
I dont know why, but I felt compelled to write this since there’s been quite a few friends that I see use the mouse when they don’t have to. You know who you are…
I have a lot of homework I need to do by tomorrow. Lots of reading, a two-page paper to type up, a bunch of accounting problems…just a lot of stuff.
I had some things to do before 10pm. But after that, I went to Starbucks to get a Venti Non-fat No-whip Mocha, then headed for Denny’s in hopes to keep awake for at least three hours. The waitress got me a nice quiet table near the back.
Continue reading Late night homework cram session
That means home sweet home.)
Things are fine, except I left my cell phone charger in the hotel room. I called and hopefully they can find it and send it to me. At least I realized it now rather than tomorrow, so they’re aware of it.