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Wahoo's Microsoft Tips Newsletter -
November 2003

In The News This Month...
So are you ready for Christmas? Me, I haven't even thought about it. I can't seem to get into the Christmas spirit until December 18th or so. My family decided to only buy presents for the children last year and we're going to keep that up this year too. So I have to buy for a 7 year old boy, a 5 year old girl, and an 18 month old girl. Barbies all around! Just kidding! I'm sure my nephew would be extremely thrilled to get one of those! Maybe a Spiderman "action figure" as they're now called. I guess I should make some phone calls and get caught up on what the kiddies are into this year.

If you need some hints on what to get the people on your list for Christmas, I have a few items for sale on our website. Click the link "Items For Sale" on the left. I will be adding a few more things over the next week.

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...

Three quarters of fish caught are eaten - the rest is used to make things such as glue, soap, margarine, and fertilizer. That explains why the margarine has a fishy smell to it!

Windows XP Tip: The Classic Look

If you've just installed Windows XP and can't get quite used to the new look, there is a way to change it to the classic look.

Right-click a blank area on the desktop and select Properties from the resulting menu. Hit the Appearance tab and you will see a drop box labeled "Windows and buttons."

Select "Windows Classic Style" from that box, hit OK and in a few seconds things will look more like they used to.

Office XP Tip: Inserting Page Breaks

Have you ever been working on a document in either Word or Excel and needed to move to the next page before you filled the current page? Do you simply just hit the enter key until you get to the next page? There's an easier way.

In Word, you need to go to the Insert menu, then choose Break... This will bring up a small window where you simply make sure that Page break in the Insert section is selected and then click OK. You will find yourself at the top of the next page.

To remove the break, use the backspace (when your cursor is after the break) or the delete (when your cursor is before the break) keys and it will be removed from the document just like any other mistake.

In Excel, you need to go to the Insert menu, then choose Page Break. You will see dotted lines in the worksheet. They show you where the page breaks now exist in your worksheet.

Always remember that you are dealing with 2 directions in Excel and if the program is not sure which direction you mean it may put a break in both directions. To be specific with Excel, highlight an entire row or column and then put in the break. It will insert the break either to the left of the column or above the row you selected.

To remove the break, select a cell just below or to the right of the break no longer needed. Go to the Insert menu again and this time it should read Remove Page Break. Select this choice and it should disappear.


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