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Local tech guy. Self taught. Make that Google taught.


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May
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Dec
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answered Mac claims to have connected to wireless network, but hasn't
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Oct
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comment How to connect Laptop's USB to TV's RCA Inputs?
What you need is a VGA (blue 15 pin trapezoid) to RCA adaptor. I haven't priced them recently but they used to run around $100.
Oct
21
comment How to connect Laptop's USB to TV's RCA Inputs?
That doesn't really make any sense. USB Carries data. RCA Inputs are for video (yellow) or audio (red and white).
Jul
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answered How to know the IP address of a Mac when it is in network
Jul
29
comment Network Related Terms
Probably a little technical for somebody who needs to ask the question, but you've got my up vote.
Jul
28
answered What is the easiest way to apply database functionality into my daily life?
Jun
1
comment How to export a brochure into PDF with each layout as a page?
Can you save to pdf properly from the print dialog box? Is your paper size A4 in Page setup? Do you want the final size to be A4 or letter(8.5 by 11) or something else? Your third paragraph is unclear... "this distorts the user the order of the pages, I would like to export each layout as a separate page." I'm not sure what is actually means.
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answered Formating Windows XP
May
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answered How to right click on a MacBook Pro
Jan
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comment Audio playback stutters when computer is busy
Would be interesting to know if it happens with certain types of files. MP3 vs. AIFF vs. WAV etc. Do some codecs require more overhead?
Jan
7
comment Why is Word 2007 not allowing me to select and edit text?
Is the document locked or read-only?
Jan
7
comment Uninstall on Mac OS X?
Windows "universal uninstaller" doesn't remove the "crap that's left behind" either. Root through the registry (at your own risk) and look at the traces of all the old stuff that's plugging up the works. At least unused preference files in a users library on a Mac won't progressively slow down their computer.