Lounge member Olleym had been accustomed to copying into a Word doc the parts of webpages he wanted to read later. But technological times have changed; many sites don’t allow that anymore.
Posting in the Other Applications forum, he asked for help from fellow Loungers; they responded with some interesting solutions.
The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions for which you might have answers:
|General Productivity||Slapped in face by PalmOne|
|Word Processing||Doc display and print preview don’t match; preview and printout do|
|Spreadsheets||Userform textbox auto-fill|
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