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    Thanks for the Excellent Article!

    Thanks for this excellent article. I hope it gets read widely. This is a topic of continuing interest to me. I have been in the computer industry for over 40 years and have seen a number of hardware...
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    Perhaps you don't travel much, otherwise I'm...

    Perhaps you don't travel much, otherwise I'm surprised you didn't mention one other reason to use a tablet. A tablet is a wonderful way to take a nearly complete computer with you, without lugging a...
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    While I agree PDF is probably the best long-term...

    While I agree PDF is probably the best long-term format for now, I also agree with the posters that it isn't very useful for smaller screens. Too much scrolling around. I too am very upset with...
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    I use Password Safe

    It's free, reliable, includes autotype (though I never use it), fast and very easy to use. There is an app version and it can be installed on a USB stick. So by keeping the pw DB on Dropbox I can...
  5. I was able to run some experiments and at least...

    I was able to run some experiments and at least for the short time that I ran the experiment, I was able to accomplish what I wanted: I set up Thunderbird local folders on a network drive that was...
  6. Thanks, but unfortunately that won't work. All...

    Thanks, but unfortunately that won't work. All email on the Exchange server is deleted after 90 days. I need to maintain a copy of the email I want to keep longer in a local folder.
  7. Can Thunderbird run on a synched network drive?

    I'm considering using Thunderbird as an IMAP client to our corporate email. Policy dictates that we store all email on a network drive (thanks, SOX). But I would like to be able to access my email...
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    The file downloaded is called mssstool32.exe. It...

    The file downloaded is called mssstool32.exe. It does sound like this is a new version of the old Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper. I agree, Microsoft has a major problem with branding.
  9. Copy/Paste: That works, but only for text, not...

    Copy/Paste:
    That works, but only for text, not for graphics. The icon does not appear when I paste graphics.

    Reuse slides:
    This is cool! I had never seen this option before. It does keep the...
  10. I am using Powerpoint 2007 for Windows

    I am using Powerpoint 2007 for Windows
  11. Copy Powerpoint slides without changing format?

    Is there any way to copy Powerpoint slides into a new template without Powerpoint changing all the text, formatting, and color schemes? We often have to re-use slides and copy them into some new...
  12. I was curious to read your recommendation that...

    I was curious to read your recommendation that Karl get rid of RAID. You suggest that 10,000 RPM disks are cheap and fast and reliable so one wouldn't need RAID. But currently there are no 1 TB...
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