Category Archives: Computing

How to Save Files from a Dropbox Link without Filling Up Your Dropbox Account

Have you ever received a Dropbox link to some files or a folder but the problem is that they fill up your Dropbox account or you just don’t have enough space on your account anyway. Well there is a way … Continue reading

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Using Dropbox – What Does It Do?

Dropbox is simply one of my favourite apps and so many people I know use it, however, there are many out there who are not sure about it or don’t know how to use the features like sharing and version … Continue reading

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Headers and Footers with a Different First Page and Odd and Even Pages

If you use Microsoft Word you may want to add headers and footers but you want something different on the first page or perhaps nothing at all. For example, you may want nothing on the first page and then the … Continue reading

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Freeing Up Memory on your Mac

This little tip could speed up how you work and may well stop you getting that spinning wheel on your Mac. Your Mac is good at giving back memory it has been using when you close a file or program … Continue reading

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Windows 7 Shortcuts – Speeding Up How You Work

We’re all looking for that way to make our work simpler and to do things faster yet we often curse our computers for slowing things down and that is usually down to us having to do too many clicks to … Continue reading

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Organising Files and Folders On a Mac by Colour Coding Them

Looking through files and folders and remembering where you are up to can be really time consuming, but for some time now I have been colour coding my files so that I can see their progress. This is a great … Continue reading

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