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  1. #11
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    Mera Bharat Mahan


    Thnx solks 4 combining

    Now its really useful thing
    And I think many newbieees come here

  2. #12
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    Solks, are u a BSNL user here?

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    Default Sorry

    Sorry for all these.I will continue if u all liked my topic.I will post all in the same

  4. #14
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    Mera Bharat Mahan


    You bettter do dat next time u post
    It is easy to read then
    And who dont want to make their PC runn faster

    Keep Posting

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    Default Short cut keys for Microsoft word

    CTRL and A Selects all in the current document.
    CTRL and B Bold text.
    CTRL and C Copies the item or text to the Clipboard and can be pasted using CTRL and V.
    CTRL and D Displays the Font dialogue box.
    CTRL and E Centre Alignment.
    CTRL and F Displays the Find dialog box, to search the current document.
    CTRL and G Displays the Go to dialog box, to go to a specific location in the current document.
    CTRL and H Displays the Replace dialogue box.
    CTRL and I Italic text.
    CTRL and J Full Justification.
    CTRL and K Create Hyperlink
    CTRL and L Left Alignment
    CTRL and M Tab
    CTRL and N Creates a new document.
    CTRL and O Displays the Open File dialogue box.
    CTRL and P Displays the Print dialog box.
    CTRL and R Right Alignment.
    CTRL and S Displays the Save dialog box.
    CTRL and U Underline text
    CTRL and V Pastes the copied item or text from the Clipboard into the current position in the document.
    CTRL and X Cuts the item or text selected to the Clipboard.
    CTRL and Y Redo the last undone action.
    CTRL and Z Undoes the last action.
    CTRL and ENTER Insert Page Break.
    CTRL and F2 Show Print preview.
    CTRL and F4 Closes the active document window.
    CTRL and F6 Opens the next document window.
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    Keyboard Shortcut
    Result in Microsoft Word
    F1 key Get help or use the Office assistant.
    SHIFT and F1 Key Context sensitive help.
    F2 Key Move text or image.
    SHIFT and F2 Key Copy Text.
    F3 Key Insert an autotext entry.
    SHIFT and F3 Key Change the case of the selected text.
    F4 Key Perform last action again.
    SHIFT and F4 Key Perform a Find or Go to action again.
    F5 Key Displays the Go to dialogue box, from here you can also Find and Replace.
    SHIFT and F5 Key Move to a previous revision.
    F6 Key Go to the next frame or pane.
    SHIFT and F6 Key Go to the previous frame or pane.
    F7 Key Launch the Spell checker.
    SHIFT and F7 Key Launch the Thesaurus.
    F8 Key Extend the current selection.
    SHIFT and F8 Key Shrink the current selection.
    F9 Key Update the selected fields.
    SHIFT and F9 Key Switch between a field code and it's result.
    F10 Key Activate the menu bar.
    SHIFT and F10 Key Display a Shortcut Menu. Same as right clicking.
    F11 Key Go to the next field.
    SHIFT and F11 Key Go to the previous field.
    F12 Key Save file As, equivalent to tools menu.
    SHIFT and F12 Key Save document, equivalent to tools menu.

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    Default Identify Faulty Device Drivers

    If you are having problems with lockups, blue screens, or can only get to safe mode,
    often the problem is due to a faulty device driver.

    One way to help identify them is through the use of the Verfier program
    Start / Run / Verifier
    Keep the default of Create Standard Settings
    Select the type of drivers you want to confirm
    A list of drivers to be verified on the next boot will be shown.
    If your computer stops with a blue screen, you should get an error message with the problem driver
    To turn off the Verifier, run verifier /reset

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    Default Tips and tricks of Gmail

    GMAIL's 1 GB is pretty Hard to fill up.
    But some dude has already come up with a way to Use Gmail as Internet Hard Drive.
    For Windows User head here:

    For Linux ppl Here

    Whats the Big Deal, We already Know this... (Ok its for ppl who didnt.. Here comes the meaty part)

    Now people who have used this Thing already know that It clutters ur Inbox pretty badly... whats the solution?

    Do this.
    1. Create a Label Called 'Files' (or whatever u want) .. U can Do this from the Green Frame on the Left side of the Site.
    2. Create a filter (u can create by clicking on 'create a filter' on the left side of 'search the web' button on the top side.
    3. Now u have a yellow frame with some text boxes.
    4. In the subject box enter 'GMAILFS:' (without the quotes) and in the from: box enter ur Gmail Address.
    5. Test the filter by pressing 'Test Search' If all ur uplaoded Files are shown , then its successfull. Otherwise just remove whatever in 'from' text box. and test again..
    6. After successful test click 'next step' button.
    7. Tick(or Select) 'Skip Inbox' and Tick(or Select) 'Apply the Label ' and select the label as 'Files' (or whatever u named it..)
    8. now all the files u upload will straight goto 'Files' Label and Inbox will remail Clutterless... To delete the file use the Shell extention or Just Move it to trash from the label.

    ---- If anyone has already figured this Then cool. If anyone has already posted this trick, Im sorry. I just Figured it out myself ( Hmm.. thats what u call as re-inventing the wheel)---

    Some of the Other neat things About Gmail.
    U can Apply more than one label to an e-mail. That means, For example i have a filter where all my Girlfriends mail gets a Label , and All the Fowards gets another.. So what happens when my G.F sends me a Forward? It applies both the Labels . Plain and simple...
    So all the fowards are in one.. all the Mails are another and her fowards are in both...

    This is actually windows is trying to acheive in their LongHorn OS. (WinFS).
    Similar to Label Concept, Where Dynamic Folders are generated and Two folders containing same File....

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    Default Tips and Tricks

    1) short tip to remove windows messenger from WinXP one forever (if don't use it)...

    Go to Run box and type next:

    runDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%\INF\msmsgs.inf,BLC.Remove


    2) XP without errors

    Right mouse click on MyComputer choose Properties
    In System Properties click on Advenced
    In Advenced click on Error Reporting
    Check "Disable error reporting"
    Leave unchecked field "But notify me when critical errors occur"


    3)How to Rename the Recycle Bin

    To change the name of the Recycle Bin desktop icon, open Regedit and go to:

    and change the name "Recycle Bin" to whatever you want (don't type any quotes).


    4) We all having a big problem that WinXP take so long time to shutting down here is a tip for it to shutting down WinXP faster

    When a user shuts down Windows XP, first the system has to kill all services currently running. Every once in a while the service does not shut down instantly and windows gives it a change to shut down on its own before it kills it. This amount of time that windows waits is stored in the system registry. If you modify this setting, then windows will kill the service earlier. To modify the setting, follow the directions below:

    Click on Start, and then goto run, type REGEDIT

    Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Control.
    Click on the "Control" Folder.
    Select "WaitToKillServiceTimeout"
    Right click on it and select Modify.
    Set it a value lower than 2000 (Mine is set to 200).


    5) You can start up without needing to enter a user name or password.

    Select Run... from the start menu and type 'control userpasswords2', which will open the user accounts application. On the Users tab, clear the box for Users Must Enter A User Name And Password To Use This Computer, and click on OK. An Automatically Log On dialog box will appear; enter the user name and password for the account you want to use.

    6) Hide 'User Accounts' from users

    Go to Start/Run, and type:
    Open the path
    User Config > Admin Templates > Control Panel
    doubleclick "Hide specified Control Panel applets"
    put a dot in 'enabled', then click 'Show"
    click Add button,
    type "nusrmgt.cpl" into the add box

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    Default Create Your Own Logon Message

    Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
    In the Registry Editor, drill down to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
    Right-click LegalNoticeCaption, click Modify, type My Windows XP Machine, and then click OK.
    Right-click LegalNoticeText, click Modify, and then type your message.
    Close the editor and your new message will appear at every log on.
    This tip applies to computers that are part of a domain. For stand-alone or peer-to-peer networks, the custom screen appears just before the Welcome screen.

    You may need to have an administrator account on your computer to make changes to the registry. Incorrectly editing the registry may severely damage your system. At the very least, you should back up any valued data on the computer before making changes to the registry.

  10. #20
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    except the last two tips all others are known to me. i also think they are posted here.
    Thanks for sharing.

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