This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- Excel Problem “Too Many Cell Formats”
I ran into an interesting (which, under the circumstances means aggravating and frustrating) problem this week with an Excel 2007 spreadsheet. I ran into an apparent bug in Excel 2007 which results in a “Too Many Cell Formats” […]
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This Week Online — Blast From The Past
Articles Newly Posted Online
The following are new articles this week on my Terry’s Computer Tip web site were originally posted in my email newsletter.
As above, these are direct links to the individual articles.
- Adding Another Address Book to Thunderbird
Subscriber James Biddle wrote asking for help with a problem he was fighting with Thundebird. Here, I’ve just started using Thunderbird, and I’m already getting questions that assume I know what I’m doing. Fortunately, it worked… I
have a question about T-bird. I currently have 3 address books, Friends, Personal Addresses, Collected Addresses. I want
- Reader Feedback on the Thunderbird Email Program
After my articles in my recent email newsletters, in which I wrote about dropping Eudora OSE and switching to Thunderbird, I received several emails from current Thunderbird users. In one case, it was a question about something the reader couldn’t do. In this case, subscriber Richard Fuller wrote to give me his thoughts and complaints […]
- The Passing of a Tech Giant
You’ve undoubtedly already heard the big news of last week — the world has lost Steve Jobs, the computer visionary who drove, directly and indirectly, much of existance and progress of the personal computer industry. Steve Jobs died at the age of 59, after suffering from pancreatic cancer […]
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