December 5, 2009

How to create a Keyboard Shortcut to access hidden Desktop icons and files?

Computer Tips and Tricks

Keeping icons and essential files on desktop is very common habit of computer users. But with passing time, these icons and files increase and make the desktop messy, so regular cleaning of desktop is must. Idea of cleaning the desktop on regular basis is good but it does not solve the basic purpose due to…

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How to fix Account Control Gadget Conflict in Windows 7?

Computer Tips and Tricks

Windows 7, the latest operating system, has eliminated the Windows Sidebar and placed the gadgets directly on to the desktop. In the beta version of Windows 7, eight default gadgets will get installed on installing Windows 7 operating system: Calendar, CPU Meter, Clock, Currency, Feed Headlines, Picture Puzzle, Slide Show, Stocks, Media Center and Weather….

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Troubleshoot Network and Internet Related Issues in Windows 7

Computer Tips and Tricks

Windows 7 is the latest operating system from Microsoft Corporation, which is embedded with various new features to provide you impeccable operating system. One of the Windows 7 feature is Troubleshooting utility using which you can automatically fix various operating systems related issues. In this article, you acknowledge the process to resolve Network and Internet…

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December 3, 2009

Disable the System Tray in Windows 7

Computer Tips and Tricks

If the System Tray is not used for any application, then isn’t it better to turn it off completely. However, very few people use their system in this manner but for those, who are amongst those few people, this article is very useful. All this is possible just through a registry edit, which not only…

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November 23, 2009

The Default Flag Time for Messages Is Late in the Day

Computer Tips and Tricks

Applies to: Microsoft 2000 Standard edition If you receive unmanageable number of messages everyday and you usually face problems in identifying important messages, you can flag messages that are important. With MS Outlook 2000, important messages can be flagged in inbox for easy identification. To follow up a message by any specific date, you can…

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Spelling & Grammar Check is Not Working in Outlook

Computer Tips and Tricks

While using Microsoft Outlook, you might feel the need to check spelling and grammar for the email message you have typed before sending to your clients. But, you face a problem with spelling and grammar checker as it not flagging misspelled and missing words correctly. In simple words, spelling & grammar checker is not working…

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Links in Outlook are prefixed with BLOCKED

Computer Tips and Tricks

Applies to: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, Microsoft Outlook 2002 Standard Edition There are times when you receive a HTML message containing various links but when you try to open these links a dialogue box appears and prompts for associating an executable file with the link. When you will look at the source you will find…

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Printing Problems in Different MS Outlook Versions

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Introduction Applies to: MS Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016. While printing any Outlook message, you may get frustrated, as you cannot print only selected pages or only the first page of the message. Most of the Outlook users are dissatisfied with Outlook due to this disability and lacking printing options. The basic reason for…

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October 16, 2009

How to export .pst file data?

Computer Tips and Tricks

MS Outlook PST file data is utmost important for accessing email files in the non-Exchange environment. Many a times we would like to export PST file data. Before starting about the various steps involved in exporting PST file data, it is better to know what exactly is exporting to PST file.

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Configure File Size Limit in Outlook 2003 for PST and OST

Computer Tips and Tricks

If you want to configure file size limit of PST and OST files in MS Outlook 2003, then this article would be helpful a lot. Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 supports both ANSI and UNICODE personal folders .PST and offline folder .OST files. Using the below mentioned registry entries will help in limiting the size of…

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