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Tuesday Tip: Fast Way to Clone an Email in Outlook

By Richard Stokes Have you ever wanted to send the same email to a handful of people, yet still personalize a few things, like their name and some specific parts of a sentence? When I wanted to do this, I would send the first email, dig it up from my sent items folder, highlight and…
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Tuesday Tip: Holiday Season Crazies

By Tony Coughlin The Holiday Season brings out many things in our great society. It brings loved ones closer together, joy to our children and delicious food to bring joy to our taste buds and bellies. It can be stressful at times due to the rapid running around for gifts as well as dealing with…
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Tuesday Tip: Best Simple iPhone Tip Ever

by Tony Rushin Use the space bar – instead of your thumb – to move the cursor. Boom! Maybe calling this the “Best Simple iPhone Tip Ever” is a little hyperbole. However, when my wife, Luann, showed me this tip a few weeks ago – and when I subsequently showed it to several people –…
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Tuesday Tip: Keyboard Shortcuts Every Windows 10 User Should Know

By Blaine Williams If used properly, keyboard shortcuts can make our lives significantly easier. Do you want to quickly switch between open browser windows and apps? There’s a shortcut for that. Do you want to open multiple applications pinned to your taskbar without clicking on each one? There’s a shortcut for that. Do you need to…
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Tuesday Tip: Printing Text Messages From an iPhone

By Kristen Evangelista   Sometimes the text messages on your iPhone may be very valuable and important to you for several reasons. Yes, there are ways to store them, but what if you need an actual copy? Below are instructions to print iPhone text messages via email or screenshot. Option 1: Print text messages from…
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Tuesday Tip: When Did We Start Tipping Everyone?

By David Gracey With the introduction of swiveling iPad payment systems at our favorite fast service restaurants and coffee shops over the past few years, I began to feel growing pressure to tip.  The worker I am tipping is often standing right in front of me at the cash register.  Does he see how much…
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Tuesday Tip: Google Docs Shortcuts and Tips

By Courtney Rose If you spend a lot of time creating, editing and collaborating in various documents, such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, you should know that Google has its own version for each of these programs. There is even a way to start a document in one of Google’s applications, and then save…
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Tuesday Tip: Get Paid to Walk with Sweatcoin

By Kevin Jackman One morning, I was on my way to a music festival with a group of friends. This was the type of festival where you had better make sure you had sunscreen and your most comfortable tennis shoes on, because you were going to be standing until you returned to the car. As…
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Tuesday Tip: Quick-Search in Chrome Without Typing

By Richard Stokes Recently while browsing online, I stumbled across a quick way to do a Google search for text you are reading that doesn’t already have some sort of hyperlink embedded in it, and it doesn’t require you to type the text to perform the search. Here’s what I mean. I was doing some…
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Tuesday Tip: Alternatives to Adobe Acrobat Pro

By Tony Coughlin PDF documents are very commonly used in our world today. Most every document, contract, benefit form, etc., goes out and is returned in this form. The reason behind this is that PDFs are compatible across multiple platforms (it stands for “portable document format”), add document security, and are essentially “read-only.” The read-only…
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