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Delete Broken Shortcuts in Windows with ShortcutsMan
2009-09-23 06:11:00
ShortcutsMan is a lightweight Windows application that displays the details about all shortcuts (files with .lnk extension) that you have on your Windows desktop and start menu. The main purpose of this application is to search for all invalid and broken shortcuts (shortcuts that point to file that doesn’t exist) on your computer and delete them. Most ...
Mozilla Thunderbird Keyboard Shortcut Keys ? Complete List
2009-08-24 13:37:00
In Mozilla Thunderbird, while working with your e-mails, you have been toggling between the mouse and keyboard frequently so far. The keyboard shortcuts are easy to use and helps to perform your operations faster. We have listed out the most useful keyboard shortcut keys for Thunderbird in different categories based on their function. Like most ... Related posts:Keyboard shortcuts for Google ReaderCreate a keyboard shortcut to open a folderHow to Change or Create Own Keyboard Shortcuts to Shortcut Icons of Different ProgramsShortcuts for FirefoxHow to Use Photoshop Shortcuts in GIMPShortcuts for Gmail
Desktop shortcut needed
2009-02-21 04:39:00
i believe most of us like to save files on My Computer -> Desktop folder because that is the easiest place to find our files when we first login to Windows. I always tell myself not to cramp too much icon on the Desktop but i could not resist myself from doing so because i just dont like to click
Sic Alps - A Long Way Around To A Shortcut
2008-09-03 18:51:00
Over the past two years, guitarist Mike Donovan and drummer Matthew Hartman have used an old 8-track to document their reverb-drenched hallucinations, producing a relatively steady stream of releases in limited-edition 7″, 12″ and cassette format that have all long been snatched up by eager fans and vinyl-hungry collectors. Scour the internet if you like, ...
Click, Whirr - Betting the Shortcut
2008-07-15 10:08:00
The failure in the US housing market was not a black swan as some have described it, but an error in understanding and managing collective risks. Some of the psychological phenomena that may have contributed to the housing boom and bust are explored in a book called “Influence - The Psychology of Persuasion.” Some of these ...
Beginning of a sentence shortcut?
2008-06-26 09:59:00
Hey, does anyone know a shortcut key in Microsoft Word 2007 that will bring you to the beginning/end of a sentence? I've found shortcuts for beginning of lines, and end of lines, but is there a way to select an entire sentence?
Create/Restore Internet Explorer desktop shortcut
2008-06-24 14:05:00
Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on Windows desktop is missing! May be it was deleted accidentally or missing due to some unexpected reason. So what would be the way to recreate it? You can create a shortcut just by right clicking on Windows Desktop. But you must give the application path to Internet Explorer installation. How would you find it?You would do a search on Windows for iexplore.exe on your C drive (Windows drive); and you'll end up seeing a number of iexplore.exe files on your machine. Are these the ones you have to use? which one out of these? Not exactly. The expected executable will not be shown by a Windows search. The correct file is a "protected operating system file", also it's hidden. By default Windows Explorer hides those files, but still you can view such files by changing the folder options as shown in the image. Tools->Folder Options->View The iexplore.exe executable will be available under;C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exeSo create a shortcut...
Create/Restore Internet Explorer desktop shortcut
2008-06-24 14:05:00
Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on Windows desktop is missing! May be it was deleted accidentally or missing due to some unexpected reason. So what would be the way to recreate it? You can create a shortcut just by right clicking on Windows Desktop. But you must give the application path to Internet Explorer installation. How would you find it?You would do a search on Windows for iexplore.exe on your C drive (Windows drive); and you'll end up seeing a number of iexplore.exe files on your machine. Are these the ones you have to use? which one out of these? Not exactly. The expected executable will not be shown by a Windows search. The correct file is a "protected operating system file", also it's hidden. By default Windows Explorer hides those files, but still you can view such files by changing the folder options as shown in the image. Tools->Folder Options->View The iexplore.exe executable will be available under;C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exeSo create a shortcut...
Create/Restore Internet Explorer desktop shortcut
2008-06-24 14:05:00
Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on Windows desktop is missing! May be it was deleted accidentally or missing due to some unexpected reason. So what would be the way to recreate it? You can create a shortcut just by right clicking on Windows Desktop. But you must give the application path to Internet Explorer installation. How would you find it?You would do a search on Windows for iexplore.exe on your C drive (Windows drive); and you'll end up seeing a number of iexplore.exe files on your machine. Are these the ones you have to use? which one out of these? Not exactly. The expected executable will not be shown by a Windows search. The correct file is a "protected operating system file", also it's hidden. By default Windows Explorer hides those files, but still you can view such files by changing the folder options as shown in the image. Tools->Folder Options->View The iexplore.exe executable will be available under;C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exeSo create a shortcut...
Create/Restore Internet Explorer desktop shortcut
2008-06-24 14:05:00
Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on Windows desktop is missing! May be it was deleted accidentally or missing due to some unexpected reason. So what would be the way to recreate it? You can create a shortcut just by right clicking on Windows Desktop. But you must give the application path to Internet Explorer installation. How would you find it?You would do a search on Windows for iexplore.exe on your C drive (Windows drive); and you'll end up seeing a number of iexplore.exe files on your machine. Are these the ones you have to use? which one out of these? Not exactly. The expected executable will not be shown by a Windows search. The correct file is a "protected operating system file", also it's hidden. By default Windows Explorer hides those files, but still you can view such files by changing the folder options as shown in the image. Tools->Folder Options->View The iexplore.exe executable will be available under;C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exeSo create a shortcut...
Create/Restore Internet Explorer desktop shortcut
2008-06-24 14:05:00
Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on Windows desktop is missing! May be it was deleted accidentally or missing due to some unexpected reason. So what would be the way to recreate it? You can create a shortcut just by right clicking on Windows Desktop. But you must give the application path to Internet Explorer installation. How would you find it?You would do a search on Windows for iexplore.exe on your C drive (Windows drive); and you'll end up seeing a number of iexplore.exe files on your machine. Are these the ones you have to use? which one out of these? Not exactly. The expected executable will not be shown by a Windows search. The correct file is a "protected operating system file", also it's hidden. By default Windows Explorer hides those files, but still you can view such files by changing the folder options as shown in the image. Tools->Folder Options->View The iexplore.exe executable will be available under;C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exeSo create a shortcut...
Create/Restore Internet Explorer desktop shortcut
2008-06-24 07:05:00
Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on Windows desktop is missing! May be it was deleted accidentally or missing due to some unexpected reason. So what would be the way to recreate it? You can create a shortcut just by right clicking on Windows Desktop. But you must give the application path to Internet Explorer installation. How would you find it?You would do a search on Windows for iexplore.exe on your C drive (Windows drive); and you'll end up seeing a number of iexplore.exe files on your machine. Are these the ones you have to use? which one out of these? Not exactly. The expected executable will not be shown by a Windows search. The correct file is a "protected operating system file", also it's hidden. By default Windows Explorer hides those files, but still you can view such files by changing the folder options as shown in the image. Tools->Folder Options->View The iexplore.exe executable will be available under;C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exeSo create a shortcut...
Google got a new Shortcut icon (Favicon)
2008-05-30 21:56:00
Today I noticed that Google’s old(Capitol letter G with colored border) favicon has been replaced with a new simple lowercase ‘g’  in blue color with some gray gradiant.  Google has recently updated its Google Reader favicon, and now its turn for its main favicon.   It looks like Google is doing a whole brand identity update.
Windows XP little know shortcut key makes for a good afternoon prank!
2008-05-30 15:09:00
AskTheAdmin loves covering helpful, useful shortcuts to help you do tedious tasks more efficiently. BUT today on this gloriously beautiful Friday morning we have a quick Windows XP key-combo that will flip your screen upside down.Actually we were thinking more along the lines of flipping someone else's screen upside down...It is as easy as holding down Control + Alt + The Down Arrow... Hey wait before you hit it and get all screwey don't you want to know how to un-do it? Hey... I'm talking to you...Fine when you come back looking for the answer it is simply Control + Alt + The Up Arrow to undo it.As always AskTheAdmin staff asks you to be responsible in playing pranks on co-workers, friends or loved ones as people get frustrated they get angry. So if someone winds up causing bodily harm to you and or a computer we take no responsibility for it...But we do want to see pictures! :)What do you think?_TheFlippingAdmiN_Check out our RSS feed. Need Free Tech Support? Ask The Admin a...
Remove shortcut arrow from desktop icons
2008-05-26 08:05:00
Here's how you can remove those shortcut arrows from your desktop icons in Windows XP.1. Start regedit.2. Navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTlnkfile3. Delete the IsShortcut registry value.You may need to restart Windows XP.For more details and latest tips subscribe in the email.
Multiple Engine Search by Shortcut with Katapulco
2008-05-26 07:07:00
  Web search engine interface Katapulco is a one-stop search box to dozens of engines, from Google to Wikipedia to IMDB?and you choose which engine to search by entering a keyboard shortcut. There some of similar sites have appeared on the scene recently but Katapulco is unlike them  by allowing you to select ...
Katapulco.com - Multiple Engine Search by Shortcut
2008-05-25 18:41:00
What it doesKatapulco is a search engine aggregator that allows you to select which engine youâ??d like to use depending on what you are searching for. A number of similar sites have appeared on the scene recently but Katapulco distinguishes itself by allowing you to select your engine by keyword. When you arrive at Katapulco.com, ...
Keyboard Shortcut Skins
2008-05-24 06:19:00
The forward thinking folks at Photojojo have come up with a solution to your quandary. Their brilliant new keyboard shortcut skins for Mac versions of Aperture, Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, and Pro Tools (amongst other programs) allows anyone to become endowed with the digital wisdom you possess. Custom key stickers can turn your standard Mac keyboard ...
ClutterBuster - The application shortcut holder
2008-05-23 09:50:00
Does your desktop look like this? In that case you need to use ClutterBuster. ClutterBuster is an application that will hold most of the shortcuts, to software, that you have on your desktop. I said most because the application window has space available for only 100 shortcuts in a 10 x 10 grid. But that should be enough for everybody. It's insane to have more than 100 shortcuts on the desktop. What you have to do is simply right-click in an empty box and then browse to the location of... ...
10 Shortcut MS Word untuk Mempercepat Editing
2008-05-16 02:16:00
Pengguna aplikasi Microsoft Word seringkali menghabiskan banyak waktu untuk mengerjakan bermacam pekerjaan kantoran. Walhasil, banyak waktu terbuang hanya untuk mengedit dan merapikan font, paragraf dan kata-kata. Sebagai contoh, Anda sudah terlanjur mengetik dua baris judul dokumen dengan huruf kecil. Namun Anda ingin mengubah judul tersebut menjadi huruf besar, dan terpaksa Anda harus mengetik ulang judul tersebut ...
Revealed at Last: Keyboard Shortcut Secrets from MS Word
2008-05-12 13:14:00
Keyboard secrets. Students used to trade them in college like a more sophisticated version of baseball cards. Microsoft Word has long been suspected of keeping an immense log of shortcut keys, written in longhand and available only to Bill Gates. This legend is slowly losing its cachet, however ? it?s time to reveal ...
Carport Structures - prefab shortcut?
2008-05-12 05:10:00
This company makes carport structures for apartment complexes - steel frame, metal roof, prefabbed, dropped on your site ready to assemble, bolt it down to your slab. One of my clients, the Sages, got one of these for their prefab modular house. Car Port Structures Corp So, am I the only person who looks at this and ...
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2008-05-09 23:13:00
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Microsoft Excel 2007 Keyboard Shortcut Keys
2008-05-04 11:48:00
CTRL+SHIFT+( : Unhides any hidden rows within the selection. CTRL+SHIFT+) : Unhides any hidden columns within the selection. CTRL+SHIFT+& : Applies the outline border to the selected... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Ricci on Glissando: The Shortcut to Violin Technique (Paperback)
2008-05-04 06:05:00
Ricci on Glissando: The Shortcut to Violin Technique (Paperback)By Ruggiero Ricci Buy new: $27.4012 utilised and new from $26.59 First tagged “violin” by David Testerini Customer tags: beautiful violinist, violin, violin study, ...
Firefox History menu with Ctrl+H shortcut key
2008-04-29 21:40:00
The Mozilla Firefox is multi-functional web browser, which is the treasure of the web browsing functions. If we will exercise these functions properly while accessing the internet, we access the internet with immense browsing speed. Also, we cannot fad up with the plenty of time-consuming activity on the internet. There are plenty of functions of Firefox, which we do not utilize normally.
Shortcut for Ejecting Mounted Drive
2008-04-22 10:33:00
I don't know if this has been mentioned anywhere else, but I came across a quick and easy way to eject a mounted drive in OSX.All you have to do is select the drive, doesn't matter if it's an external drive or a DVD, and press Command E, and that's it.I did it by accident the other day, and have used it since.
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Firefox History and Bookmarks menu with regular and shortcut commands
2008-04-17 07:20:00
In the last article, the web users were acquainted with the menus like File, Edit, View and Tools in Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Now the users have a sound knowledge of these menus and its proper or shortcut commands, which are used for their activation.
Keyboard shortcut of the week: Sub and super
2008-04-13 17:06:00
Occasionally we have to make use of subscripts or superscripts in our documents. The most common use of these is with dates, as in 20th. There the 'th' is a superscript; that is, smaller text that is raised. Subscripts are most often used in technical ...
Keyboard shortcut of the week: Sub and super
2008-04-13 17:06:00
Occasionally we have to make use of subscripts or superscripts in our documents. The most common use of these is with dates, as in 20th. There the 'th' is a superscript; that is, smaller text that is raised. Subscripts are most often used in technical ...
Keyboard shortcut of the week: Sub and super
2008-04-13 17:06:00
Occasionally we have to make use of subscripts or superscripts in our documents. The most common use of these is with dates, as in 20th. There the 'th' is a superscript; that is, smaller text that is raised. Subscripts are most often used in technical language such as if we refer to water as H2O. There the subscript is the '2'; smaller text that is lowered.To switch to subscript mode or to change the selected text to a subscript, hold down the Control key and press the = key. This same combination will also set selected subscript text back to normal and switch out of subscript mode, as with the keyboard shortcuts for bold or italic mode.To switch to superscript mode or to change the selected text to a superscript, hold down the Control key and the Shift key, and then press the = key. As with subscripts the same combination switches back to normal text to if presses again.This tip applies to Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, but unfortunately not to Excel.
Keyboard shortcut of the week: Sub and super
2008-04-13 17:06:00
Occasionally we have to make use of subscripts or superscripts in our documents. The most common use of these is with dates, as in 20th. There the 'th' is a superscript; that is, smaller text that is raised. Subscripts are most often used in technical ...
How To Use Alt Keyboard Shortcut Combinations.
2008-04-11 13:00:00
Today’s Word and Excel Tip and Trick doesn’t need an intro. It’s a nice printable list with all the Alt keyboard shortcut combinations. I hope you’ll enjoy it.     Do you want to see more? This is related...Create a Shortcut to Open Microsoft Word With Out a Blank Page. The next Word Tip and Trick was submitted a while ...
Remington ShortCut Clipper
2008-04-08 07:47:00
Post from: Gatzet.com Remington ShortCut Clipper Remington recently released the ShortCut Clipper, the world?s first curved cutting system that allows men to cut their own hair easily, even and error-free. The innovative curved blade technology and revolutionary “brush shaped” design makes cutting your hair as easy as brushing it. The ShortCut Clipper?s extra wide curved blades cut back ...
Comment Spam Not an SEO Shortcut
2008-04-08 02:45:00
Moderation is turned on for all comments at the blog lab. At least until you have achieved a level of trust that posts your comments as soon as you submit them. Unless they have more than two active links in them, that puts them back in moderation.
There’s No Shortcut to Blogging Success!
2008-04-07 04:15:00
Hi y’all, this post is kind of long, so bear with me if you don’t like lengthy posts that much. This was specifically written to help my fellow bloggers realize (if you guys haven’t yet) that having a successful blog is not as easy as it seems. The Truth: Many new bloggers think that success is just one step away from them. Let’s just face it. A lot of newbies who create blogs think that they can get 100 subscribers within 24 hours, get 1,000 unique visitors per day by submitting their new blogs to 10 directories, and other whatnots. The truth is (if you didn’t know it yet), attaining success is not as easy as how it appears to be. Many people get inspired by successful bloggers and think they can be on top within a few days! That’s such a ridiculous thought simply because there’s no shortcut to blogging success. You can only be successful if you are dedicated and if you exert much effort in what you’re doing. Lazy people or people who...
Create Shortcut on Desktop for Device Manager
2008-04-05 21:46:00
Do you make changes to your hardware configuration regularly? or do you tweak your settings, install beta drivers that crash your machine. Then you are entitled to be a hardware geek. So, hardware geeks, here is a small tip from me for making your life a bit more simpler. We know that for ...
Keyboard shortcut of the week: The Case of MS Word
2008-03-31 17:24:00
When using a word processor it is quite common to forget that that the CapsLock key has been left on, or you might decide that a piece of text looks better in capital letters (also known as upper case: small letters are known as lower case).Thankfully ...
Keyboard shortcut of the week: The Case of MS Word
2008-03-31 17:24:00
When using a word processor it is quite common to forget that that the CapsLock key has been left on, or you might decide that a piece of text looks better in capital letters (also known as upper case: small letters are known as lower case).Thankfully MS Word has a keyboard shortcut that lets you cycle between different cases and formats. All you need to do is highlight a piece of text, hold down the Shift key and press F3.Each time you press F3 the case of the letters will change (don't release the Shift key!). So, 'testing' will be replaced with 'Testing' on the first press, and 'TESTING' if you press it a second time. Press F3 again and the text will return to 'testing'.If you type 'tESTING' by mistake, you can change it to 'testing', then 'Testing', and 'TESTING'; however, it will not return to 'tESTING', probably because it is highly unlikely you'd ever want text to be in that format.[Addendum]As one commentator has pointed out, a particular word does not ne...
Quick Shutdown for XP, How to create a shutdown shortcut.
2008-03-31 02:43:00
Ever want a quicker way to shutdown XP without navigating through the start menu, or using a third party shutdown utility Here is a script that will do just that. Right click the desktop and choose New Shortcut. Copy and paste this script or type it in. %windir%System32shutdown.exe -s -t 0 Choose Next and name it whatever you ...
Quick Shutdown for XP, How to create a shutdown shortcut.
2008-03-31 02:43:00
Ever want a quicker way to shutdown XP without navigating through the start menu, or using a third party shutdown utility Here is a script that will do just that. Right click the desktop and choose New Shortcut. Copy and paste this script or type it in. %windir%System32shutdown.exe -s -t 0 Choose Next and name it whatever you ...
Most Often Used Windows Shortcut Keys
2008-03-22 05:54:00
This post lists some keyboard shortcut keys you can use with Windows. Save your time, don’t hunt for icons any more! Try it now! Most Often Used Windows Shortcut Keys CTRL key related Ctrl+Alt+Delete = To open windows “task manager”. Ctrl+Shift+Esc = To open windows “task manager”. Ctrl+Esc = To open “start menu”. SHIFT key ...
Keyboard shortcut of the week: email name look-up
2008-03-18 16:50:00
When using MS Outlook, Outlook Express and Outlook Web Access on Internet Explorer you can quickly look up names in your contacts and address books with a keyboard shortcut.Let us assume you are looking for a 'Thomas Jones', you can type 'tho jo' in the 'To..' field of a new email and hold down the Alt key and press K. Your email program will then either put the right address into the 'To..' field or it will present you with a list of matches, for example, there may be a 'Thomas Johnson' in your address book too, in which case both will be listed. Highlight the one you want in the list and click 'OK'.As I mentioned, this shortcut works on Outlook Web Access if you access it using Internet Explorer. In order to see the list of matching names you may have to disable pop-ups for that site. To do so click on the yellow bar at the top of the new email page if it appears and set IE to always allow pop-ups from that page.If you open Outlook Web Access using Firefox or another ...
Download Ebook Shortcut Komputer
2008-03-18 14:15:00
Guys... Kamu sering kesulitan menghapal shortcut-shortcut komputer yang jumlahnya ribuan??? Maka kamu perlu mengoleksi ebook ini. Dengan ebook yang sangat simpel dan ringan ini, kamu akan menguasai berbagai shortcut dasar komputer dan shortcut-shortcut program yang biasa kita gunakan sehari hari seperti MS Word, MS Excel, dll.Silahkan download ebooknya disini
Shortcut to Safely Remove Hardware:
2008-03-15 08:30:00
To create a new shortcut   1.Right click on your desktop and select New->Shortcut 2.In the location of the item paste    RunDll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL hotplug.dll. and click next and then    give a Name to your shortcut and click finish.You are done with a new shortcut in your desktop now :)  
Keyboard shortcut of the week: undo and redo
2008-03-07 13:34:00
Just about every windows application has an 'undo' feature and most have a 'redo' feature. These are a lifesaver on those frequent occasions that we make a mistake in what we are doing, and in the case of 'redo', when we realise that we were right the ...
Keyboard shortcut of the week: undo and redo
2008-03-07 13:34:00
Just about every windows application has an 'undo' feature and most have a 'redo' feature. These are a lifesaver on those frequent occasions that we make a mistake in what we are doing, and in the case of 'redo', when we realise that we were right the first time.The undo/redo feature will either be available as toolbar buttons (as shown) or from the 'Edit' menu. Alternatively there are, unsurprisingly, a couple of keyboard shortcuts for them. To undo the last thing you did hold down the Ctrl key and press Z; to redo the last thing you undid, hold down the Ctrl key and press Y.
Simi Garewal to do Shortcut comeback in Bollywood
2008-02-19 12:25:00
Simi Garewal after 'rendezvousing' with celebrities on the small screen is all set to do a comeback... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
A Shortcut for Creating Shortcuts
2008-02-15 07:29:00
If you come from the world of Windows, you undoubtedly understand the concept of a shortcut. In the Linux world, shortcuts do exist, but they're generally referred to as symbolic links, or symlinks. They are so named because, like shortcuts, a symlink is really just a symbolic placeholder or link to the file or directory you're trying to get at.
Keyboard shortcut of the week: Explorer
2008-02-12 16:53:00
A short and sweet post today, after so many lengthy ones.Here is a shortcut that I have mentioned in passing before: to open Windows Explorer (the Windows file browsing software) hold down the Windows key (the one with the Windows logo on it) and press E.
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