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When Microsoft Outlook Links Fail to Open

Sometimes you don’t realize how much you appreciate a feature until it breaks. One example is Outlook hyperlinks in an email. It’s so convenient to click the link in the email and have the correct web page open. What I dislike is when a hyperlink in Outlook doesn’t work and I get some error or no action. Below, I’ve listed 4 solutions to this link problem.
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Create Distribution Lists in Gmail

Sometimes Gmail’s simplicity makes people think it is missing features. A case in point is distribution lists or group lists. Many people think that it’s not possible to send an email to a group of contacts or email addresses. The truth is that you can create personal Gmail distribution lists in a couple of easy steps by using Gmail groups.
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Make Special Characters & Symbols with Your Keyboard

I recently attended a meeting where an agenda item was to review a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. One bullet point showed a daily cost of 37 cents. Several people wanted the bullet point to show 37¢. Others commented that there is no way to use these symbols as the cents sign since they weren't on your computer keyboard. This got me thinking about the different methods you can insert special characters in Windows .
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Connect to FTP Sites with a Web Browser

The acronym FTP may sound new, but it is a well-established transfer protocol. Webmasters use FTP software to upload files from their computer to a web server. Some companies use FTP to distribute software updates, patches and forms. Although you can use dedicated FTP clients such as CuteFTP, WS_FTP and others, it's easy to connect to FTP servers using your browser if you know the FTP browser syntax.
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Taking Control with Hosts Files

One of the lesser known, but important files included with Windows is the hosts file. It's a simple text file without a file extension that was designed to map or override IP addresses before accessing a domain name server. Recently, it's taken a more protective role in ad blocking and stopping spyware.
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MAC Address Filtering & Devices

MAC addresses are one of those terms that few people know, but many could benefit from learning. While some people equate them to a Macintosh computer, others know this unique bit of information can help define your wireless network.
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How to Add HTML Signature to Outlook

Email signatures can be a great marketing tool. However, I often run into people and business owners who struggle with trying to get their HTML versions into Microsoft Outlook. The process to add the code to emails is a bit different. Included are two ways you can add them.
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How to Handle Fake Security Warnings

How to Handle Fake Security Warnings

Fake virus alerts that appear in your web browser appear to be on the rise. The objective of these alerts is to have you buy a service you don't need. There are ways you can spot these annoyances and get rid of them.
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Finding Big Ideas with Philosophers Notes

Today, many of us are time-starved. We have too many things to do coupled with too many distractions. This can be a hindrance to learning. It’s at these times that we look for solutions that help us stay even or ahead. One problem area for me was reading. I didn’t want to give it up, but I felt like I didn’t always have time to complete a book, let alone process it.
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Keeping it Simple with Momentum

If you've ever been overwhelmed by task managers or to do applications, you should check out the Momentum extension that works with Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Firefox. It provides a simple dashboard with changing images and quotes. Includes a short video that highlights the key features.
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