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When we got the new pricing for these, we were completely blown away!! I have seen 16Gb flash drives go for at least $50 all over the place! I've had staff - and even some friends - say things like "Really, these are 16GB's - brand new?" My answer is always the same - "Yep - you got it!"
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PS - We're not sure how long our inventory is going to last on these as it is a limited time deal! So, get to the site as soon as you can ~ before our supplier increases the price!!
Is there a way to put a list of items in alphabetical order in Open Office?
Hi, George. I hope that this answers your question. If not, please feel free drop by the comments section and let me know.
The easiest way to alphabetize a list in OO is to use the “Calc” program. For instance, say that I wanted to alphabetize the following list of animals:
I would simply enter them into the same column in Calc, thus:
Next, I would click on the “sort ascending” button found here:
Now I have this:
You can also sort from z to a by using the “sort descending” button, found here:
This also works for numbers. If you want to do multiple columns, the best way is to go to your toolbar and click the “Data” tab, and go down to “Sort”.
This will open a window that looks like this:
Now you can enter your parameters and sort several columns at once. This trick also works with Excel.
Hope that this helps.
OpenOffice.org Writer: Left to Right or Right to Left - You Choose
There are languages that are read right-to-left, such as Hebrew and Arabic, and if you need to work with them it’s a necessity to use a word processing program that will deal with such situations.
While I have never worked with that type of situation, it doesn’t mean that others aren’t in dire need of a program that will allow them to switch between left-to-right and right-to-left then back again.
If you need this particular feature and are thinking that you’re going to have to pay the big bucks to have a program that will get the job done, then you’re definitely in for good news.
OpenOffice.org Writer will work both ways… and once you’ve enabled that feature it’s just a matter of a button on a toolbar to switch back and forth.
Enough with the preliminaries… if you’re with me this far then you’re ready for the “how to”.
We’ll need to navigate to the Options dialog box. (Tools menu / Options choice)
Google Docs is one of the best online office applications, as it lets users create documents, presentations, spreadsheets, drawings, charts, etc. from a web browser. The best part about Google Docs is that the online office suite is available for free and can be used to store any kind of file to your Google account, not just documents.
If you are new to Google Docs and haven’t given it a shot yet, be sure to read our earlier guide – what you can do with Google Docs
But what about videos? What if you don’t want to use video sharing websites e.g YouTube, DailyMotion or Facebook, and want to use your Google Docs account for storing videos online and sharing them with friends?
In this article, we will learn how to upload videos to your Google Docs account and share the video with selected friends or family members.
Upload Videos To Your Google Docs Account
First, go to Google Docs and login with your Google account credentials. When you are in, click the Upload button, as shown below:
More tip right here!
Just click here to go to Stroome’s home page. To get started, click “Try Now! It’s Free” in the top right of the screen.
Get the how-to by clicking here!
Welcome to The Animal Detector, a site where the author tries to capture video of the nocturnal animal activity in his neighborhood.
Navigation is setup blog style. So you just scroll down the page to see the previous entries. You’ll notice on the right side of the page, the headings: Our First Try and The Videorecording Version – beneath them you’ll find a description of the process of how the site came to be, and their methodology for recording.
You can even find a downloadable .PDF file that will show you how to set up your own, under the heading Make Your Own.
In order to watch the videos of their nightly animal encounters that their cam caught, just click on the video to start it playing. They’ve videotaped cats, possums, wasps, birds, a fox, squirrels, and more! They have video of over twelve different species who have visited their backyard.
While it doesn’t appear that they’re still updating the site with new nocturnal visitors, I found that I really enjoyed exploring the content that they have already posted.
Check it out today!
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If you've ever tried to listen music with hard plastic earbuds, you've probably had the same gripes that I've had with 'em. Yeah, they're lightweight but the trouble is your ear has to be just the right size to fit them. You have to jam them in your ear - hoping and praying that they stay. But they always end up falling out... so you have to jam 'em so far into your ear that they're REALLY uncomfortable.
PS - At this price, might want to consider picking up 2 or three of these so you have one at your computer, one in the car and one you can stick in your pocket or purse for walks or bike rides!
Ready for November? Yeah, neither am I. However, time marches on and we have some new wallpaper for your to check out :)
All the desktop wallpaper below is 100% free. Head on over and check it out!
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