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Wahoo's Computer & Internet Tips Newsletter - April 2007

In The News This Month...
Hello and welcome to April's Newsletter! Let's talk about the weather again, shall we? Two weeks ago we had a snowstorm blow in and the snow was coming down sideways. Then it got colder. Then it started to get nice again. Just today we had another snowstorm. It's all melting, of course, as it's above zero. Supposedly tomorrow is going to be nice. What is up with this weather lately? Is it really global warming? I really don't know. All I know is I'm ready, along with the rest of McBride, for spring and summer to come. It's been a really long winter and we're done.

Anyways, I'm still busy doing books. I've had numerous people asking me to do their books for them so they can take them to an accountant to get their taxes done, but my plate is already overflowing. If you live in or near McBride and provide this service, you should contact Scott at The Little McBride Paper at 569-3110 and place an ad. I would love to take on more but for now cloning of humans isn't possible!

This month I have included 2 articles for you. One is Word Tip - Edit Text in Print Preview and the other is Excel Tip - Decimal Points. Hope you enjoy them!

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 fear of Friday the 13th is called paraskavedekatriaphobia. In pagan times Friday was the luckiest day of the week because it was ruled by the planet Venus, the symbol of love and fortune. In fact, Friday is named in honour of Freya, goddess of Love. But for Christians, Friday has not been a good day. Adam and Eve is said to have eaten the forbidden fruit on a Friday and died on a Friday. Jesus was crucified on a Friday.

Word Tip - Edit Text In Print Preview

As the name implies, Print Preview allows you to see what your document will look like when it is printed. However, what many people don’t know is that you can still edit your text when you are in Print Preview.

To edit text in Print Preview:
1.From the File menu, click the Print Preview option.
2.Click the text that you want to change. Word will magnify the text.
3.Click the Magnifier button on the toolbar. The pointer will change from a magnifying glass to an “I”.
4.Make the necessary changes to the text.
5.When you are finished, click the Magnifier button and click the document.
To exit out of Print Preview, click the Close button on the toolbar.

Excel Tip - Decimal Points

Excel can be configured to automatically enter a fixed number of decimals as you enter data. This allows you to focus on typing in the numbers and not worry about having to include the decimals.

To enable the fixed decimal option in Excel:
1.Within Excel click Options from the Tools menu.
2.Click the Edit tab.
3.Select the Fixed Decimal checkbox.
4.Click OK.

Any additional numbers you now add to Excel will be displayed as fixed decimals. For example, the number 1215 will be displayed as 12.15. Once you are finished entering numbers with fixed decimals, be sure to disable this option (using the steps described above) or Excel will continue to add fixed decimals.

 

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