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Wahoo's Microsoft Tips Newsletter -
April 2002

In The News This Month...
Spring is finally here! Or so it's supposed to be. Here in McBride March came in like a lion with temperatures dipping to -25°C at night. Brrr! We had 2 spells of cold weather in March and in between we had snow. We had more winter weather in March than we did all winter! What's up with that!? Maybe El Nino's cousin is causing this, El More Winta.

Anyways, with April comes income tax season here in Canada. Don't forget your income tax is due April 30th. Mark it on your calendar! But if you have your own business, you have until June 30th to submit your income tax return. The govenrment is gracious enough to give you 2 extra months to get your income tax done. How nice of them! So if you have your own business and you need someone to get your books in order before your income tax forms get filled out, give me a call at (250)569-0320 or use the Online Contact Form on the left at the bottom. My rates are very reasonable and all of your inforamtion is held in the strictest confidence.

Another thing about April is the angling licenses for the new season are available. And now here at Wahoo Enterprises, we sell Hunting Licenses. Be sure to pick yours up from us when you're in the area.

To those of you celebrating Easter this weekend, HAPPY EASTER!

That's that. Thanks for reading!
Wanda Clark
Wahoo Enterprises
820 - 1st Ave., PO Box 946
McBride, BC Canada V0J 2E0
Contact me using the Online Contact Form on the left at the bottom.

Did You Know...

The world's heaviest bell weighing 196 tonnes (approx. 432,103 pounds if I converted it correctly) and standing 5.87m (approx. 19.26 feet) high, is in the Kremlin and has never been rung.

Internet Explorer Tip: Deleting Auto-Completes

By default, newer versions of Internet Explorer (v5.0+) can automatically "remember" stuff you've filled in on web forms (including passwords).

Well, if you've ever entered the wrong item, you know what a pain it can be. Every time you fill in a form, you get multiple choices from the little auto-complete drop box, but only one (usually the one at the bottom of the list) is the correct one. How do you shed the excess?

Depends on how far you want to go with it.

If you just want a word or two gone, next time you see one in the auto-complete drop box, arrow down to it and press your Delete key (located above the arrow keys). Poof! Gone!

If you want to clear the whole thing out, you can do that too. Open Internet Explorer, hit the Tools menu, Internet Options.

Next, click the Content Tab, then the AutoComplete button. On the resulting screen, click the "Clear Forms" button to clear out web form info and the "Clear Passwords" button to get rid of any password info you have stored.

If you want to shut this feature off (or turn it on) you can do so from the AutoComplete screen. Just check or uncheck the appropriate boxes.

Links Of Interest

If you're looking for a new job, check out HotJobs or Monster (Canadian site).

There are lots of resources available like writing and designing your resume and getting ready for the interview. Check them out!

 

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