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Old 10-18-2008, 03:44 AM   #21
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I think it would make a great example for all of us to follow. Thanks,
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Old 10-18-2008, 04:22 AM   #22
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Don't forget that you can hold down the CTRL key and hit the + key to enlarge items on your screen. CTRL key and the - key to reduce it. Thay may help with those high resolution screens.

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Old 10-18-2008, 04:25 AM   #23
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I don't have ours set up yet (will ask for help when I get a minute)but David and Jo-Anna's and Larry's are perfect, in my opinion. It seems many of us were thinking the same thing but didn't want to step on toes so this thread is great. It is neat to see the couple with their Monty with a beautiful background behind them (small like Larry's). That and the small pic on the left is enough. Just my 2 cents. Paperheart
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Old 10-18-2008, 04:32 AM   #24
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Don't forget that you can hold down the CTRL key and hit the + key to enlarge items on your screen. CTRL key and the - key to reduce it. Thay may help with those high resolution screens.

Thank you Wayne, I didn't know that!!!
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Old 10-18-2008, 08:10 AM   #25
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Waynem-

Wow! I tried it and I like it!

I too did not know about the Ctrl key +/-

It works great....I you can resize the screen more then once

Thank You!

What other tricks do you have?
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Old 10-18-2008, 05:51 PM   #26
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PartyCrahsers,
What do you want to know. There are a ton of keyboard shortcuts.

Example: When Kevin is looking at pictues he should not be looking at, on a PC, hit the Windows Meta key and the "M" key at the same time. It will minimize everything on the screen.

Command M does the same on a MAC.

Ah heck! Here they all are again:
* Windows Logo Key to Open the Start Menu
* Windows Logo Key + B to Select the first icon in the Notification Area
* Windows Logo Key + D to Show Desktop
* Windows Logo Key + E to Open My Computer
* Windows Logo Key + F to Open Search
* Windows Logo Key + F + Control Key to Open Search For Computers program
* Windows Logo Key + F1 to Open Help
* Windows Logo Key + L to Switch Between Users, or Lock desktop while unattended
* Windows Logo Key + M to Minimize All Windows
* Windows Logo Key + M + Shift Key to restore after Minimizing All Windows
* Windows Logo Key + R to Open Run Dialog
* Windows Logo Key + U to open Utility Manager
* Windows Logo Key + Y to Open Yahoo Messenger (if loaded)
* Windows Logo Key + Pause Key To Open System Properties
* Windows Logo Key + Tab Key To Switch Between Active Windows
* Windows Logo Key + X to enter Windows Mobility Center (Windows Vista+ only)
* Windows Logo Key + P to switch Projection modes (clone, extend, single, multiple monitors, etc.) (Windows 7 only)

The command key works the same as the Windows Meta key in most cases.
There are differences using a MAC. Just experiment and remember the cartoon I have on the door to my computer room.

The cartoon has a background of the planets as indicated you are somewhere else besides Earth. There is a little extraterestrial creature looking up at an Earthling. The little guy says, "Do you remember what key you pressed last?"


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