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  • At 07:28 PM 2/14/02, Adrian Worsfold wrote: >Someone was asking about TreePad. An alternative is something called >Golden >Section Notes which is Freeware of Russian origin and has rtf style >formatting in the >notes area. It is useful for making archives, really. Rather like if >less than Note Tab it >has a kind of circulation of people interested. There are a number of >data...
    Rick Friedline Feb 14, 2002
  • At 07:30 PM 1/22/02, Jim Hall wrote: >The DUN info is always lost when you re-install Windows it is part of >My >Computer and to date, I haven't found a way to preserve it. You cannot preserve it but you can store/save the information. I haven't used DUN since I went DSL almost two years ago, but I remember figuring out that I could drag a DUN connection icon to the desktop and...
    Rick Friedline Jan 22, 2002
  • At 06:33 AM 12/4/01, Marcus wrote: >On 03.12.01 at 19:04 Christopher J. & Jo-Ann J. Spilker wrote: > > I clicked on nearly every link at this site and it all > >worked (NO request to re-log in)... > >Thanks Christopher, and Jim for trying that. I guess it must be IE >5.5. >I've had erratic behaviour from it regarding cookies. Note, I can >currently use other sites which use cookies...
    Rick Friedline Dec 4, 2001
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  • At 06:32 PM 11/19/01, Julie wrote: >Oh bummer, if that's truly the case, but I haven't gotten any spam at >the >address I've put on webpages, and the bots have had plenty of time to >pick >that address up. I've noticed, though, a different address I use in >newsgroups is quite the target! Here's what I use for email addresses for usenet and misc potential spam sign ups: http...
    Rick Friedline Nov 19, 2001
  • At 01:30 PM 10/21/01, Larry Hamilton wrote: >BTW, I bought a new PC this week and it came with WinXP Home edition >pre-installed. It does have an msconfig utility. Hi Larry, I'm curious. Did the OEM version of XP on your new computer come with a full XP CD, or simply one of those "Recovery" CDs? Regarding the msconfig ... MS took it out of Win2000 and everyone bitched about it, so...
    Rick Friedline Oct 21, 2001
  • At 10:44 PM 10/17/01, Melvin Woody wrote: >I tried what Stephen suggests, but there seems to be no "msconfig" on >my >hard drive. Nothing happened when I typed that in START:Run: . So I >did a search using FIND and turned up nothing - whether I searched for >"msconfig.*" or just plain "msconfig". Please advise. I get the >impression that I OUGHT to have that file or program. If you...
    Rick Friedline Oct 16, 2001
  • At 07:22 PM 10/12/01, alice ttlg wrote: >wow, wonderful! Is this from the tutorial list? I joined that at one >point >but I get way too much email from all sorts of lists and had to drop >it. But >this is really easy to understand, are the lessons available on a >website >(other than messages at YG) or somewhere I could download them to >study as I >have time? Hi Alice, I'm Rick...
    Rick Friedline Oct 12, 2001
  • --- In ntb-OffTopic@^$1.., Jody wrote: > Hi All, > > NetCaptor will no longer have a free version. If you buy soon, > you can still get it for $19.95. It is my default browser - it > has a tabbed interface like NoteTab. You must have IE installed > to run it. I'd be about as lost not having NetCaptor as I would > not having NoteTab. I bought it and like it pretty well. One question...
    rickf3v@yahoo.com Sep 30, 2001
  • Please take all this bickering and proselytizing to private email. _________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free @^$1 address at http://mail.yahoo.com
    Rick Friedline Sep 14, 2001
  • At 08:11 PM 9/6/01 +0000, mike.quinn@^$1 wrote: >I have 300+ HTML files that I would like to rename. Each file >contains a unique 4-digit number (for example, 7101) that I would >like to use in the renaming process. The number occurs in the exact >same place in each file. > >I would like the file containing 7101 to end up being named 7101.html. > >Is there an easy way to do this...
    Rick Friedline Sep 6, 2001