Archive for Utilities
Many applications have the built-in capability to send emails. For example, you can send a document from Microsoft Word, a PDF from Adobe Acrobat, or photos from Windows Explorer. The problem is that these don’t work with web-based email, including Gmail.
gAttach!Â allows you to easily attach files to new messages in Gmail or Google Apps Mail.
All the features available in Windows that were once only available to your desktop mail-using friends are now available to all Gmail users.
Magic/Replace is a web based tool to clean up data easily. It enables the user to copy data from a spreadsheet, csv (comma separated file), or a TSV (tab separated file) and make changes to all of the rows at once.
For example, if you had a column of data that contained a phone number without separators (1234567890), you could easily change the contents to be formatted to include separators (123-456-7890).
Magic/Replace will also change the case of the data in a field.
You would use Excel or some other more powerful tool for major data cleanup. However, Magic/Replace works well and is quick for simple data cleanup. Magic/Replace is brought to you by Dabble DB â€“ an easy way to create online databases.
Capture application screenshots or portions of them to use in your blogs and reports. These screen capture freeware will come in handy.
Follow either one of the steps below to enable Telnet in Vista:
1. Click to open the command prompt.
2. At the command prompt, type start /w pkgmgr /iu:”TelnetClient” and press ENTER.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Allow.
3. When the installation is complete, type exit, and then press ENTER.
1. Open Control Panel
2. Select Programs
3. Select Turn Windows features on or off
4. Check telnet client
Microsoft SharedView is a fast and easy way to share documents and screen views with small groups of friends or coworkers; anytime, anywhere. Use SharedView to put your heads together and collaborate.
Today’s tip comes from one of the writers on the SBS team. Thanks Stephen!
To make your Remote Desktop connection span multiple monitors, try this command line:
“mstsc %nameOfPc% /span”
Hope this helps!
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Source: Want to use Remote Desktop to Span Monitors?
Originally published on Mon, 23 Apr 2007 04:44:44 GMT by Sean Daniel