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Favicon – How To Create A Favicon.ico September 27, 2009

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Favicon – How To Create A Favicon.ico | PhotoshopSupport.com
A Favicon is a little custom icon that appears next to a website’s URL in the address bar of a web browser. They also show up in your bookmarked sites, on the tabs in tabbed browsers, and as the icon for Internet shortcuts on your desktop or other folders in Windows. And when I say little, I mean 16 pixels by 16 pixels. So if you like a good design challenge try your hand at this one.All you need to add a Favicon to your site is a Windows Icon (.ico) file usually called favicon.ico that you upload to the main directory of your website. Nowadays, most browsers besides Internet Explorer can use a GIF (including animated ones) or PNG (including full transparency) instead. But since all browsers including IE understand the .ico format, and because it’s got a lot of intriguing features that GIFs and PNGs don’t, read on to find out how to make one.

T770 7″ Screen from AMtek SYSTEM CO,. LTD September 27, 2009

Posted by John Ruby in Computers, Hardware, Slate.
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AMtek SYSTEM CO,. LTD

OperatingSystem Genuine Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
Processor Type and Speed VIA C7M NaNo Processor 1.2GHZ
Cooling Method Heat Sink with FAN
Chipsets   Chipsets Core Logic:Integrates North and South Bridgets: VIA VX700
VGA:Integrated on VX700
Memory Upgradeable 1x SODIMM Slot DDR2(max. 1GB)
Maximum Memory DDR II 1GB (Default : 1GB MB)

Event IDs 560 and 562 appear many times in the security event log September 22, 2009

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Event IDs 560 and 562 appear many times in the security event log
After you configure Group Policy or Local Security Policy to audit access to an object, many events that are similar to the following events appear in the security event log:

Talking about Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5 Documentation September 22, 2009

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Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5 Documentation
Application Virtualization 4.5 Documentation

When you double-click a Microsoft Excel workbook (.xls file) in Windows Explorer, Excel does not open the file September 20, 2009

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KBAlertz.com: When you double-click a Microsoft Excel workbook (.xls file) in Windows Explorer, Excel does not open file.

SYMPTOMS

When you double-click a Microsoft Excel workbook (.xls file or .xlsx file) in Microsoft Windows Explorer, Excel does not open the file, and you may receive the following error message:
Cannot find the file ‘path’ (or one of its components). Make sure the path and filename are correct and that all required libraries are available.
In Window Vista, when you double-click an Excel workbook, Excel does not open the file, and you may receive the following error message:
Windows cannot find ‘FilePath\FileName’, Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.
Excel may actually open, but the file will not open. If Excel is already running, a second instance of Excel may start.
 

RESOLUTION

To resolve this problem, follow these steps:

  1. In Microsoft Office Excel 2007, click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Excel Options.
  2. Click Advanced, and then click to clear the Ignore other applications check box in the General area.
  3. Click OK.
  1. In Microsoft Office Excel 2003 or earlier versions of Excel click Options, on the Tools menu.
  2. Click the General tab.
  3. Click to clear the Ignore other applications check box, and then click OK.

AutoCAD 2009 & 2010 do not fully support DFS September 20, 2009

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AutoCAD 2009 & 2010 have issue with navigating DFS tree from inside the Open dialogue box. You cannot double click on a DFS shortcut name. Two options are available
 
1. Type the part in the file name box to get past DFS shortcut level and then you may click on subfolder names.
2. Add DFS shortcut to My Places sidebar by dragging and dropping folder onto left pane (Contains History, Documents, Favorites, Desktop), the new shortcut will be clickable.
 

How to enable windows ics on BJII and BJI – WinMo @ MoDaCo September 14, 2009

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How to enable windows ics on BJII and BJI – WinMo @ MoDaCo
OK, take two…for some reason I can’t seem to get cert automated…revised instructions below.MAKE SURE TO RE-DOWNLOAD THE CAB AS IT IS CHANGED!!ok so here’s the NEW procedure:Step0.0: Make sure your device is app unlocked!!**$see below note!$; run secpolicies.cab first if unsure or the certs won’t take!!Step0.1 RESET THE DEVICE!Step1: Install the BJ.WM6.ICS.Enable cab file $it might ask you to reboot$Step2: navigate to \My Documents and click on the certs.cab fileStep3: RESET THE DEVICE!Step4: go to start and run internet sharingStep5: report back and lemme know if i fux0red anything ELSE up this should work on both BJ1/WM6 and BJ2/WM6file is temporarily hosted at:http://www.mdots.net/misc/BJ.WM6.ICS.Enable.cab**run this cab and reboot; http://sems.org/content/download/secpolicies.cab

Rhino 101 Label Printer September 13, 2009

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Rhino 101 Label Printer
If you’re labeling rough-in work or other installations, there are times when you need to “write and run.” That’s why we created the super-fast, super-easy RHINO 101 Reusable Label Dispenser. Designed to clip to your belt for instant access, this affordable, rugged tool includes a number of ergonomically-designed features to make labeling easy. To speed you along, the RHINO 101 gives you a large “writing window” (to view your work easily), a built-in label cutter (for simple, one-handed operation) and a thumb-driven label advance (for moving to the next label without smearing).

Office Live Workspace vs Google Docs: Feature-by-Feature Comparison September 13, 2009

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Office Live Workspace vs Google Docs: Feature-by-Feature Comparison
Today, Microsoft announced that the Office Live Workspace beta is publicly available for everyone to access. The site, a free web-based extension of Microsoft Office, lets you access your documents online and share your work with others. Some say that the service’s launch is a direct response to Google’s entry into the web office space with their Google Docs online service. If that’s so, then the question now is: did Microsoft just trump Google Docs? Or does Google Docs still rule online office suites?