There are tons of applications out there to help make beautiful cards but like many people, I don’t have any installed, and don’t prefer those larger programs. Here’s a quick way to use MS Word to create a simple greeting card or note.
MS Word includes templates for all sorts of letters and cards. Choose File (or the Orb at the top left), and New. Choose any pre-designed template and edit. Search for new ones online, or… create your own card:
2. Open MS Word (or Open Office or other document editor). Right click anywhere and choose paste. Here’s a video demonstration.
3. Rotate the image upside down. Video demonstration.
4. Write your text in the bottom right corner of the document
5. Print and fold in half, twice
Need help? See my example from above – you can just edit from here:
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Archive for August, 2009
Question: One customer asks, “Can my neighbor read anything on my computer?”
Answer: If you have wireless service, you’re opening the door for this potential. It’s certainly possible. However, the likelihood is slim. Especially if you’ve done all you can to protect yourself.
The best prevention is good wireless security. Each year newer methods are developed to secure wireless networks (as well as more ways to hack them). Currently, the best wireless security available on most home routers is WPA2. Do you have to enter a key to connect a new device to your wireless? If not, you may not have security setup properly.
There are other ways to increase security besides a simple password. Ask us or your technology consultant for more information.
Tips for the Road – When traveling and connecting to new networks, keep these in mind: