High Wired: Erin Pheil’s tips of the week
Site 1: http://www.gliffy.com ” Gliffy allows you to draw, share and collaborate on a wide variety of diagrams and flowcharts without ever having to download a single piece of software.
Site 2: http://www.luckycrow.com ” Here you’ll find colorful, fun and funky fabric gift-wrap-bags that are reusable, waste-free and eco-savvy. No scissors, tape, mess or stress required.
Site 3: http://www.fitday.com ” FitDay helps people lose weight and take control of their diets by providing a free online diet journal for tracking foods, exercises, weight loss and goals.
When you type a number at the beginning of a new line in Word, the program usually assumes you’re creating a numbered list. Some people love this feature, others loathe it.
If you fall into the latter group, you can turn this feature off completely by going to Tools, then AutoCorrect Options, then the AutoFormat As You Type tab.
Are you there? OK. See that checkbox next to “Automatic numbered lists”? It’s checked, isn’t it? Uncheck it and click OK. Easy; you’re done.
The next time you wish to create a numbered list, simply click the numbering icon (it has the numbers 1, 2 and 3 next to three horizontal lines). Alternatively, you can click Format, then Numbering if you prefer to use the menu options across the top of the program.
The National Cristina Foundation is a wonderful organization that directs the donations of used computer equipment to nonprofit organizations, schools and public agencies throughout the United States.
If you’re considering a computer or computer-related equipment upgrade in your home or office, please visit http://www.cristina.org before tossing your old computer/equipment into the trash or putting it up for sale on eBay or Craigslist.
Thanks for joining me today. Have a great weekend, and see you next Friday.
Based in Frisco, eRin pheiL is the primary creative force behind timeforcake (www.timeforcake.com). She can be reached via phone at (970) 668-0709 or e-mail at email@example.com.
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