In order to add a hyperlink while writing in Word (or similar word processing software), highlight the word you want hyperlinked and use CTRL+K on your keyboard. More on hyperlinks to come.
There is an application in Windows 7 that lets you record the error you have on your system so you can email this file to someone. Especially useful if error difficult to explain verbally. To open this program go to start, type PSR, then click on psr.exe to run. Click on Start Record, re-create the […]
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If it’s just a program that’s stopped responding, you can try to force the program to close. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the red slider bar shows up on the screen. Instead of sliding the red bar, press and hold the Home button for about 6 seconds.
Quickly indent text using the keyboard: Ctrl+M. To remove the indent Ctrl+Shift+M.
To hide a column(s) select and press Ctrl+0; to hide a row(s) select and press Ctrl+9. To hide data within cells: Change the font colour to white.
Insert a picture of any program that is not minimised: Insert > Screenshot.If you want a selective screenshot of a particular area, select the Screen Clipping link at the bottom.
Ctrl+RightArrow moves your curser to beginning of next word. Ctrl+LeftArrow moves your curser to beginning of previous word.
Ctrl+DownArrow moves your curser to beginning of next paragraph. Ctrl+UpArrow moves your curser to beginning of previous paragraph.