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Archives For July 2008

 

Date Posted: July 27, 2008

Q. I need to check my email from home and work but am using a different ISP at the two locations. I can check and read it at both locations, but am having trouble replying at both. Is there a simple solution?

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Date Posted: July 20, 2008

Q. For some reason, when I open My Pictures folder, all I have is thumbnails There are no filenames under the thumbnails. How did I do this, and how can I get back my filenames?

Q. When I print out something from the web, there is always the URL and date printed at the bottom. Is there a way to prevent this from printing on every page?

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Date Posted: July 13, 2008

Q. I recently bought a new computer with XP installed. I use Outlook Express, but have found that the spell checker is missing. Did something not get installed and how do I get the spell checker?

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Date Posted: July 6, 2008

Q. I accidently deleted the Windows Update item from my start menu. How can I get it back?

Q. In Vista, in my Contacts in Windows Mail, the toolbar is missing some items. One I need is "New Contact Group" but it is missing. How can I get it back.?

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