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ohvaI have tons of friends. They're just all online.
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Exhausted here. I had about 60 people from ages 1-95 coming and going at my house for a 90th birthday open house celebration yesterday. It was busy, it was fun, and it was nice to see people.
I had lots of food, but all catered and they did a great job. Our fridge isn't overfilled today though. Whatever was left I gave to the nieces and nephews to take home. We all have enough for some nice lunch leftovers.
I doubt we'll be seeing much news from now till next year, and we won't see much of any of you until next year either. I'll keep track and post news. In my mind all of my holiday obligations are over, now I just go eat off of everyone else's table!
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These web browsing tips were in our office newsletter today. Things we all forget:
Tech Tips--5 Shortcuts for Web Browsing
Productivity experts say that keyboard shortcuts are 60% faster than using a mouse. So here are my top five shortcuts that work in all the major browsers (Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, etc.) (Note: on a Mac, you may need to use the Command key instead of Control.) #
1: Move Quickly Between Tabs – Control-Tab
If you need to move between multiple web pages, working in multiple tabs is faster than multiple windows. Why? Because Control-Tab lets you fly through all your tabs.
2: Reopening a Tab You Just Closed – Control-Shift-T
Sometimes you’re moving so fast that you accidentally close a tab. That can be frustrating, particularly if the page you just closed had a long or hard-to-remember URL. Fear not! Control-Shift-T reopens the last closed tab.
3: Zooming In – Control+
Need to see some detail on a webpage more clearly? Is the font too small? No problem. To zoom in, hit Control and the plus key (if your keyboard has the + sign on the same key as the = sign, you do not need to hit Shift as well).
To zoom out, use Control and the minus key.
4: Better than Scrolling – Spacebar
Instead of using the mouse or scroll bar to scroll long web pages, try the Spacebar. Every time you hit it, the web page will scroll down one frame.
To move one frame up on the page, use Shift and Spacebar.
5: Fast Find – Control-F
Use the Control-F shortcut to quickly find items. It opens a little search bar at the top of the browser window. Type in the keyword you’re looking for, and it will list how many times it appears on the page. Then click on the arrow to the right of that new search box, and the page will advance to the next point at which that keyword appears.
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