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Archives For May 2008



Date Posted: May 25, 2008

Q. Microsoft Word and other programs always try to save files in "My Documents". I want to save them in another location on another drive and changing this for every save is a pain. How can I change this default location to one of my choice?

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Date Posted: May 18, 2008

Q. How can I change the picture/graphic that is shown in the System Properties dialog?

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Date Posted: May 11, 2008

Q. After hiding or removing some icons from the notification area in the tray, I see a list of Past Items. How can I delete them?

Q. I am using Vista and Windows mail for my email program. But, whenever I click on an email link, I get a message that wants me to install Outlook. I don't want to use Outlook, so how can I make it open Windows Mail?

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Date Posted: May 04, 2008

Q. When I try to look at the icons in the lower right of my screen, they keep disappearing making it difficult to see what is there. How can I make them stay visible?

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