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Bits & Bytes                                  March 16, 2006  

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The hubby has been away on a business trip this week so the 
house has been quiet. It's amazing how much sound just one 
person can make! I definitely miss having him around, but I 
have been enjoying a "girly week." Last night my sister and 
one of our friends came over for the evening. We made 
margaritas, shared some girl talk, and gave each other 
facials and manicures. Yep, it doesn't get much more girly 
than that! :)


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          :::::  This Week's Computer Tip  :::::   
I frequently use MS Word for my work documents. Since I 
keep them all in one folder, I wanted to have this folder 
automatically come up instead of "My Documents" when I go 
to open documents. If you want to have MS Word automatic-
ally start in another folder, here's how:       
1. Open Microsoft Word.

2. In the menu bar, click on "Tools" and then on "Options".

3. In the options window, click on the "File Locations" tab.

4. In the "File Locations" window, you will see a list of file
types. Click on "Documents" and then click on the button that
says "Modify".

5. A window will appear with a list of locations, go to
the folder where you like to keep your word files, and then
click on the "OK" button.

6. Click "OK" in the "Options" window to save your changes.

Disclaimer: Advice presented as informational and is true to 
the best of my knowledge.

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                Normal Retail price $39.95
It's really scary to think about all the Internet threats 
that exist nowadays. I'm always worried about someone hack-
ing into my computer or getting my personal information. 
With Personal Firewall 2001, I do feel a lot safer. This 
CDRom provides security for your PC and privacy for your 
personal information, so you can feel better knowing you 
are protected! Windows 95/98/ME/2000



          GopherCentral's Question of the Week

Do you approve of Dick Cheney's performance as Vice President?

Question of the Week

                       ROBOT ARENA
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               Normal Retail price $29.95

This game is unlike any I've ever seen, and that's why I 
think it's so cool. First, you build your robot to use in 
battle. Then you try to destroy the computer's powerful AI 
or fight one-on-one over LAN or the Internet. However, 
besides your opponent, there are other dangers lurking all 
around you - so beware! You may survive with just scrapes 
and dents, if you're lucky! Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP      


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If you purchase now we'll also include $109.00 in bonus software 
that allows you to: Backup your PlayStation2 games Backup VHS 
movies to CDs that play on your DVD player Turn your digital 
images into DVDs that you can play on your home DVD player And 
of course back up your DVD Movies to CD-Rs.

Be sure to get this software before it's gone forever... Movie
Studios are desperately trying to get this software removed
from sale. So order it while you can. Check it out while you
can at: What the Movie Studios Don't Want You To Know About


                  LEARN WINDOWS ME
                F-R-E-E (Pay only s&d)   
               Normal Retail price $29.95

Learn Windows ME will show you how to get the most out of 
Microsoft's popular OS. With an on-screen host leading you 
step-by-step, you learn how to streamline the way you work, 
improve productivity, and quickly master all of the 
innovative new tools and features Windows ME has to offer. 
Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP



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It's amazing to think about how many products we have in our   
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things are made. At this fascinating site you can explore   
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just publish your review... Just email me at:   
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