This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- Sometimes, It’s Not Something We Did
Longtime subsscriber Arthur Wood wrote to ask for help:
- Backing Up Firefox Bookmarks – The Easy Way
Last week, I wrote about backing up Firefox bookmarks using the features that came in the Firefox program.
After I sent that issue, long-time subscriber Richard Fuller wrote from New Zealand to remind me that there was a free third-party program that handled the process much more easily, as well as backing up other facets, too […]
This Week Online — Blast From The Past
A Look at Articles from Past Newsletters
- Changing Hard Drive Letters in Windows
Subscriber Larry wrote in response to a comment in one of my other articles:
How do you assign drive letters with Windows features?
- Backing Up Firefox Bookmarks
Somewhere along the line, Firefox changed its method of storing its Bookmarks (Favorites, to the IE users).
Originally, Firefox simply saved them as a file bookmarks.html in the individual users profile directory c:\users\[userID]\AppData\Firefox\Profiles\[profileID] in Windows 7 (and in the corresponding structure in earlier versions).
Then, Mozilla changed to storing the data in a micro database […]
- Missing Recycle Bin
Subscriber Rick wrote about a problem he was having with Windows 7 — his Recycle Bin was missing and wouldn’t return:
Hi, I have never asked for help before but here goes, I have WINDOWS 7, 64 BIT. I removed the recycle bin icon from the desktop because I don’t like any shortcuts on my desktop.
I went through the Personalization area and unchecked it, but when I tried to recheck to put it back up on the desktop it doesn’t appear up there […]
- Printing from Excel – Setting The Area To Be Printed
Subscriber Bernie wrote to ask:
can you tell me How to Print an Excel Sheet? Thanks
Such a huge, open-ended question…
I wasn’t sure whether he was a beginning Excel user who didn’t know how to print, or one who had upgraded to a newer version that hides the menu bar, or what.
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