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  • The following was snagged from the fastpictureviewer web site. How do I know whether my version of Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit? Windows 7 or Windows Vista: Click Start. Right-click Computer. Choose Properties from the context menu. In the "System" section, look for "System Type." It will say either "32-bit Operating System" or "64-bit Operating System." Windows XP: Click Start...
    john041650 Oct 5, 2012
  • TIFF, it's a well established lossless standard that's compatible with pretty much every graphics program. john --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1, Adrien Verlee wrote: > > The best scanning format of the future (for OCR processing)? Does anyone > have an opinion? > Because I want a format, which I only after more than 10 years to be > able to work. > Tiff, jpg, pdf (image-pdf)?? Other...
    john041650 Mar 14, 2011
  • --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1, Adrien Verlee wrote: > Are there people with a experience on a choice between the two? If > the menu must be changed frequently, what is the best option? > -- > Adrien > I use both rather extensively and other than some minor problems with IE8 displaying some JavaScript menus properly (which can be corrected with a meta tag that forces IE8 to render as IE7...
    john041650 Feb 22, 2010
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  • --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1, Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV wrote: > > >"Save as RTF"? > -Mike FWIW I use the following program to do that (but it's not free) http://nuancesoftwareonline.com/US/pdf_converter_professional.html John
    john041650 Sep 2, 2009
  • I agree Lotta. I've been using that pdf viewer for a couple years or so now and have liked it enough to purchase the Pro version. John --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1, loro wrote: > > Hi! > > Found this great PDF viewer a while ago, PDF-XChange Viewer. Earlier > I have only tried FoxIt, the only one I could find a year or two > back. FoxIt issmall and nice, but the documents doesn't look...
    john041650 Sep 2, 2009
  • --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1, "Don - HtmlFixIt.com" wrote: > When saving a file in notetab, there is a set of folders to the left ... > but no way I see to change which folders are in there. For XP, Google TweakUI. john
    John Zeman May 20, 2009
  • --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1, loro wrote: > > Hi, > > I have in the back of my head that there is a general shortcut to > force the computer into screen saver mode, but I don't find anything about it, > > Is there such a shortcut? If not, can I create one myself? > > I haven't had any need to hide what I'm doing before. Now I have and > I thought turning on the screen saver would be...
    John Zeman May 12, 2009
  • --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1, M.M. wrote: > > Hello, > Have to replace harddisk in my computer, which leads to a whole new > installation of > OS (win xp pro) and all other programs. > The disk is divided into several partitions, the OS was installed on "C", > and all other programs > I used to install on another partition (don't know why, I think I read > sometime something > about...
    John Zeman Sep 6, 2008
  • Axel you might want to take a look at 4DOS. It's for older versions of Windows like 98, and you can't beat its now free price. 4DOS was the precursor to 4NT, which is what I use to write command line scripts. I think 4DOS can do what you want. If you're interested, here's a couple links. The first is the download page for the 4DOS program. http://www.jpsoft.com/download.htm http...
    John Zeman Mar 25, 2008
  • If you were running Windows 2000 or newer, it would be no problem at all to extract different parts of %1. However I don't think Windows 98 is capable of it although it's been so long since I've used that, I can't say so for sure. You could give it a try. Send a fully qualified file name to a batch file, and see what happens when you insert these lines at the beginning of the batch...
    John Zeman Mar 25, 2008