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Microsoft Excel – Read Only

I had a question today from a customer that I thought you could all benefit from. Ms. Customer had an Excel file that, once completed, she put in a shared folder on her file server. She did not care of other users saw the file, however, she did not want any users to make changes […]

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This just in from Apple

CUPERTINO, California—May 1, 2008—Apple® today announced that new movie releases from major film studios and premier independent studios are available for purchase on the iTunes® Store ( on the same day as their DVD release. New releases and catalog titles will be available from 20th Century Fox, The Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, […]

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Windows XP Service Pack 3 – Delayed

According to, Microsoft has delayed it’s release of Windows XP, SP 3, due to an incompatibility issue with it’s Retail Management System (RMS). I was all set to download it tonight and update my computer. Someone has to be the guinnea pig. I will keep my ears to the ground for the eventual announcement […]

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What to do with your “eWaste”

Here is the problem The United States trashes roughly 400 million tons of eWaste every year. eWaste is made up of old televisions, cell phones, computers, printers, monitors, or any type of electronic gizmo or gadget. Technology has changed so rapidly in the past decade, that electronic equipment quickly becomes outdated. I do not anticipate […]

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Photo Management Made Simple

I have been using a digital camera for years, and always struggled with how to manage all of my photos. A few years ago I stumbled upon Google’s Picasa program. At that point in time it was in beta, but I tried it anyway, and loved it. In a nutshell, Picasa allows you to edit, […]

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Let’s Have Some Fun!

I am a fan of any kind of program that can provide me with useful or fun information. I have been using Yahoo Widgets for a few years now, and find them quite useful. . . .and fun! Yahoo Widgets used to be called Konfabulator (before Yahoo bought them out). Yahoo Widgets are small specialized […]

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Windows Update News

The Windows client team at Microsoft is busy pushing out SP1 (Service Pack 1) for Vista, via it’s automated update system. If you are running Windows Vista, and you have automated updates turned on, you will receive your update sometime in the next few months. Interestingly, Microsoft is offering free phone support to Vista users […]

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