Monthly Archives: December 2008

How To Wrap The Text of Outlook Calendar Appointments To See Meeting Details

I am using Outlook 2007 w/ Windows Vista.  In previous versions, I was able to wrap the text of calendar appointments when printing my calendar so that all meeting details would actually print.  How do I do this in outlook … Continue reading

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How To Update Your Facebook Status With Twitter

Would you like to be able to update your facebook status from your favorite Twitter program? Then let’s do it! The inspiration? Subject: How do I get my tweets from Twitter on Facebook? “Dear Dan:  I noticed that you can … Continue reading

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WordPress 2.7 Upgrade Error “Cannot redeclare is_sticky()” Sticky Posts

I just updated the site to version 2.7 and received the error Cannot redeclare is_sticky() This is caused by the Lester Chan plug-in Wp-Sticky If you get the error, simply FTP into your WordPress installation and go to wp-content/plugins/ and … Continue reading

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Insert a Drop Down Calendar Menu In Excel – Choose a Date!

So you want to create a drop down calendar in Excel? Apart from sending alerts to Outlook from Excel (working on that article as well) this has been the most requested how-to as of late. For example: Reader Tim Asks: … Continue reading

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Preview a PowerPoint Presentation, Word Document, Excel Spreadsheet In Outlook 2007

Reader D. Rogers Asked: “Is there a way to embed a powerpoint document in Outlook so that you can actually view the presentation from the body of the email?” Yes there is! If you are using Outlook 2007 there is … Continue reading

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