February 2012 issue of C:\BPCA News posted: http://www.box.com/s/d5umtk8jvc6zlnvirt5v
I have just posted the January 2010 issue of the Broward Personal Computer Association’s C:BPCA News, as well as the notes from Lew Aron’s December 2009 presentation on Sandboxie.
The January, and subsequent issues of C:BPCA News for 2010 when they are posted, can be viewed at:
The Sandboxie notes, and any subsequent presentations or handouts when they are posted, can be viewed at:
http://www.box.net/bpca-newsletters in the 2010>Presentation or Handouts folder. Use the following link to go directly to the 2010>Presentations or Handouts folder:
I hope you enjoy them, and if so that you will let me know.
First of all the May 2006 edition of C:BPCA News has been sent out.
It is also available in PDF format at http://snipurl.com/BPCA_News (Note: link no longer valid)
Secondly, as I was writing this entry, the man from the shutter company arrived to make the final measurements for the hurricane shutters I have ordered.
The day of Hurricane Wilma is when they were first supposed to come out and give me an estimate. Of course, that did not happen. It was November before they could take the initial measurements and then it took until late December to get the architectural approval from the condo association.
Luckily, the price has stayed the same, but with the shortage of materials and labor, the last time I talked to the company they thought we were looking at sometime in the late fall for installation.
Hopefully, with the final measurements now taken so that they can be manufactured, my shutters can be installed prior or right at the beginning of this year’s hurricane season. Hurray!!!!
Lastly, my wife called me all in a panic yesterday because she could not see the toolbar in Outlook that has the icons for creating a new message, printing a message, etc.
She thought she had totally messed up the company computer.
I calmed her down and told her it is not a big deal, she must have just slipped with the mouse and turned off the toolbar.
Sure enough, I told her to look at the menu bar, find where it says View, left click on it, then left click on Toolbars, and then make sure that the Standard toolbar has a check next to it. Mission accomplished.
In most cases, if a toolbar is missing, visiting the View menu and experimenting with turning various toolbars on and off should recover it for you. You might even run across a useful toolbar you didn’t even know existed because it wasn’t turned on by default.
Most of the newer software has a lot of optional toolbars, that can be helpful, once you know about them.