[accesscomp] FW: Three Shortcuts for Using Windows Explorer More Efficiently Dan's tip for thursday october 8 2015

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From: dan Thompson [mailto:dthompson5@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2015 6:13 AM
To: dan Thompson
Subject: Three Shortcuts for Using Windows Explorer More Efficiently Dan's
tip for thursday october 8 2015



List of the day:

New Economic Lingo - the Crisis Special

1. CEO -- Chief Embezzlement Officer.

2. CFO -- Corporate Fraud Officer.

3. BULL MARKET -- A random market movement causing an investor to mistake
himself for a financial genius.

4. BEAR MARKET -- A 6 to 18 month period when the kids get no allowance the
wife gets no jewelry, and the husband gets nothing either.

5. VALUE INVESTING -- The art of buying low and selling lower.

6. P/E RATIO -- The percentage of investors wetting their pants as the
market keeps crashing.

7. BROKER -- What my broker has made me.

8. STANDARD & POOR -- Your life in a nutshell.

9. STOCK ANALYST -- Idiot who just downgraded your stock.

10. STOCK SPLIT -- When your ex-wife and her lawyer split your assets
equally between themselves.





Facts of the day:

Norman Mailer coined the word "factoid" in his 1973 biography Marilyn. And
it wasn't just another word for "trivia" - he actually meant something that
seems like a fact but isn't actually factual.

Pigs are no longer commonly employed to rustle up truffles;
specially-trained dogs (who are equally adept at the job) have now taken
their place.

null

In 2009, ABC News found 112 different spellings of Libyan dictator Muammar
Qaddafi's name.

Colonel Sanders' finger-lickin' formula is locked away in a bank vault in
Louisville, KY. In fact, the KFC people are so serious about keeping the
ingredients under wraps that two separate companies are used to blend the
spices, so neither possesses the complete recipe.



Three Shortcuts for Using Windows Explorer More Efficiently | Gizmo's
Freeware



Windows Explorer is the main interface to files and folders so anything that
makes its use more efficient is welcome. Here are three shortcuts to help
make managing files and folders easier.



1. Resize a single column in Details View

If you are using Windows Explorer in Details View, you may find that the
columns are not wide enough to display the entire length of entries. An
individual column can be changed to the proper width by double-clicking the
separator bar at the right-side of the column.

2. Keyboard shortcut to resize all columns in Details View at once

To resize every column so that all data shows, hold down the Control key and
press the + key from the numeric keypad (not the + key from the regular part
of the keyboard). This not only works in a Windows Explorer folder display
but also in certain applications that display columns of data. It may be
necessary to expand the window to see all the columns after they have been
resized.. The next tip gives a quick method to do this.

3. Quick way to enlarge a Windows Explorer window to full screen

You may be familiar with the simple shortcut that uses the key F11 to expand
most common browsers to full screen. Not as well known is that this shortcut
works for Windows Explorer also. Note that this gives a somewhat larger view
than the one obtained by maximizing a window. It can be very handy if you
have a lot of files listed in a folder. This method works for all views. To
return a window to its previous size, press F11 again.

Author: v.laurie

http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/three-shortcuts-using-windows-explor
er-more-efficiently.htm







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26:4 (NLT)

"Trust in the LORD always, for the LORD GOD is the eternal Rock." Isaiah
26:4 (NLT)





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