Want a senior discount on things you buy? Here’s a list (nationwide, so we don’t have all the store and restaurants listed here) http://www.bradsdeals.com/blog/senior-discounts/
You could copy the list, paste it into Word, set layout to 2 columns. It will print out on two pages.
Why Name Your Flash Drive?
1) If you lose it, naming it increases the chance that you will get it back.
2) So you’ll know what is on it.
[Yes, I know you could write on it, but there is so little space! 😉 ]
To name your flash drive, first you must insert your flash drive into a USB port on the computer or a hub.
Access to this drive is via Start/ “MyComputer.
Locate your flash drive under “Devices with Removable Storage”, right click and once the option menu appears click on Rename.
Insert your name and, if you have many flash drives, you may want to label it with its purpose or date.
Then hit Enter. Done.
Providence Point Computer Club meets Monday March 10 at 9 a.m.
in OUR PLACE.
Our speaker will be Bob Balsley who has worked more than 40 years in the computer world, is a teacher at SeniorNetPC and is now a teacher of Computer Skills (iPad, Facebook, Skype) here in Communiversity.
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I had a problem with my keyboard this morning. When I typed the letters were scrambled, with numbers substituting for some letters, especially those on the QWERTY row. I searched Google and even though the characters were scrambled it located some YouTube videos that told me to hold down the fn key (next to Ctrl) and the NumLock key and it would be fixed. It was! And no repair bill.
We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month at 9 to 10 a.m. in OUR PLACE in Town Hall. All residents of PP are eligible to be members. We have no dues at present.