Gmail Tip #56: Five New Features Launched!

Gmail has just rolled out 5 new features to add to Gmail's arsenal including new Mobile Phone access. -Gmail On Your Mobile Phone -Forward all -Reply on top -Embarrassment-reducing new message notifications -Chat while your friends are offline Read on to see the details of these new features.... Gmail On Your Mobile Phone Point your […]

SageTV Tip #3: All About My SageTV HTPC

I decided to build a Home Theater PC (HTPC), and with SageTV at its core, it is proving to be an excellent choice. Read on to learn why I decided to build a HTPC, what componets I chose, the issues I had, and my plans for the future.... Why did I build an HTPC? I've […]

SageTV Tip #2: Why did I choose SageTV?

After reviewing the major Personal Video Recorder (PVR) software offerings, I decided that SageTV was my application of choice. Its feature set and price point made it very attractive, and there were several other "features" that swayed my decision. Read on to see why I chose SageTV over the competition.... There are several excellent PVR […]

SageTV Tip #1: What is SageTV?

SageTV is a Personal Video Recorder (PVR) software application that runs on a Windows or Linux PC. It provides not only excellent PVR function, but also integrates the management and playback of your Music, Photos, DVD's, and Video files. Read on to see just what SageTV is, and what it can do for you.... But […]

Gmail Tip #54: New Feature! Select ALL conversations

{josquote}New feature!{/josquote}Deleting Spam and emptying Trash in Gmail just got a whole lot easier! Instead of being limited to deleting just a page-at-a-time, Gmail now lets you select all Spam and Trash conversations for deletion in one simple step. Read on to see some screenshots of the new features... One of the great annoyances of […]

Google Notebook Tip #10: Printing Individual Notes

At this time, Google Notebook only lets you print out entire Notebooks, not selected Notes. This can become very frustrating, especially if a Notebook contains a LOT of notes, and you only want to print one of them. So until Google adds a "Print selected notes" function, I have a workaround for this that's a […]

Google Notebook Tip #9: “Actions” on Selected Notes

Once you have learned to select one or more notes, you can perform several actions. Read on to see what special actions Google Notebook provides... Once you have selected one or more notes, click the "Actions..." dropdown on the right side of the Google Notes screen. There are currently two actions you can perform on […]

Google Notebook Tip #8: Selecting Notes

Using standard selection methods, you can select multiple notes to Drag & Drop and to perform other "Actions". Holding down the [Ctrl] key will let you select multiple notes. Holding down the [Shift] key will let you select a range of notes. Read on for some examples... Create Some Test Notes First off, create a […]

Google Notebook Tip #7: Moving Notes Around

OK, so you have captured a number of notes, but you really don't like how they are organized. Google provides a very simple way to move your notes around letting you organize them as you prefer. Read on for details... Google lets you Drag & Drop your notes both within and between notebooks. This gives […]

Google Notebook Tip #6: Organizing Your Notes with Section Headings

Google Notebook provides a nice feature that lets you better organize your notes: Section Headings. These are definable, collapsible, and movable making organizing a snap. Read on for details... Open any Notebook, and then click the "Actions..." dropdown on the right of the screen. Select the "Add section heading" option. This displays a green Section […]
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