We’ve all been there — everything looks great in Word Print Preview, but when the final document comes out, it’s wasted paper.
When you’re ready to chuck Microsoft’s ubiquitous document app for something else, the many Word jockeys on the Windows Secrets Lounge are an excellent resource.
- Word 2007 shifts text into header when printing
Lounger Francis Nadosy spent hours working on a document that would not print correctly. Fortunately, PamCaswell and other Loungers delivered a wealth of helpful advice. More»
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- System Restore shortcut needed
Sometimes, seemingly simple questions generate many threads. Duchess843’s query about a shortcut for System Restore in Win7 generated over 20 replies. More»
- Looking for a basic Photoshop tutorial
There are hundreds of reference sites and books on Photoshop. But RSpring wanted something really simple — a refresher on basic Photoshop use. THBergdorf and Doc Watson provided links to free tutorials. More»
Lounge member The Real is trying work out a puzzling DVD drive problem on a client’s PC. Windows Explorer lists the PC’s two identical optical drives, but cannot read any files on discs.
- NEC CD/DVD drive not reading non-music CDs
- Persistent Adobe Flash Player 8 upgrade warning
- Time stamp on e-mail is 40 minutes fast
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The Lounge Life column is a digest of the best of the WS Lounge discussion board. Tracey Capen is technical editor of WindowsSecrets.com.