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As the HP manual indicates, you should not remove ink cartridges once they are installed. As ridiculously expensive as the ink is, the bigger issue with long-term non-use is the printhead. They can get clogged to an extent that they require heavy-duty cleaning outside of the printer or replacement. That's one drawback of inkjets--you have to keep using ...
Go to windows explorer and change the folder options to view thumbnails. View-> options-> view-> uncheck box that says Always show icons, never thumbnails
I would suggest that you don't enclose the entire printer. Just get the ink-carts out. Then, you can follow this guide from HP Storing Opened Cartridges and Printheads If opened supplies must be stored outside of the product, place them (nozzles up) in a plastic tub with an airtight lid. Some cartridges have an orange cap that is twisted off ...
Sounds like you have icloud backup setup on that iphone and on your home computer. Assuming you mean the pictures are being synced while they're away at college. It actually may be the photostream service apple offers. You should be able to figure out how to have the student disable it using this info: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4486
In more recent versions of Picasa (e.g. 3.9), you have the ability to now store People Tags inside the photo itself. This means even if you uninstall Picasa and re-install Picasa without saving the meta-database, the tagged individuals will eventually appeare again in the People tab on the left side of Picasa.
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