Written by ilaxi

There are a lot of fun and educational things for children to do onrepparttar Internet. There are also a lot of people and web sites, so you need to be careful about where you do your surfing. Itís a rosy world out there and thereís bubbling excitement to enter into a Chat Room or log on to a Messenger Program and interact with people and E-mail them too. Here are some rules to remember whenever you are online.

# Do not give out any personal information such as address, telephone number,repparttar 107883 name and location of your school, orrepparttar 107884 work address / telephone number of your parents, without permission from your parents

# Do not respond in any way to messages that are mean or that make you feel uncomfortable. Ignorerepparttar 107885 sender and end all communication. It is not your fault if you get a message like that and if you do, tell your parents right away so that they can contactrepparttar 107886 service provider.

# Do not to click on any links that are contained in e-mail from anyone you donít know. Such links could lead to inappropriate web sites

# Tell your parents immediately if you come across any information that makes you feel uncomfortable

# Do not enter contests without asking your parents first

# Always check with your parents before downloading any programs to your computer

D-BUST Your Computer Ė Part 5

Written by Janet L. Hall

D-BUST Your Computer Ė Part 5 By: Janet L. Hall

T Stands for Templates and Time

Letís start with Templates.

What is a template?

In its simplest form, a template is a document you have created (or one already created for you) in which you store information and/ or data that will be unchangeable and you use over and over. Itís like creating a * shell * document and some of you might refer to or know this type of document as a boilerplate.

For instance, you can create your company invoice as a template, with logo and design, and call uprepparttar template each time you need to send out an invoice. You can create a template for your letterhead, including your headers and footers. You can create templates for your different size envelopes with return address stored in place, create a template for your in-house memos, and timesheets. Whatever you can think of! Whatever type of document you are finding yourself continually having to recreate, make a template and be done with it!

All thatís left for you to do is to openrepparttar 107882 template, and insertrepparttar 107883 new information thatís needed. Example: If youíre doing an invoice, you would type inrepparttar 107884 appropriate information and then use your SAVE AS function (I wrote about this function inrepparttar 107885 June issue at ).

Microsoft has built in templates, with step-by-step instructions of how you can customize them for your company or home use.

There are two different ways to see what templates are available to you.

Here is how to access them:

Click on START Move Pointer to New Office Documents (This function is also on your Office Shortcut Bar) and Click.

A box will appear that presents you with many Tabs to choose from and within those Tabs many templates to choose from.

Go ahead, click on some and play around with them. When you have created YOUR template userepparttar 107886 SAVE AS function.

You can also access some templates when you are in Microsoft Word. Atrepparttar 107887 top ofrepparttar 107888 screen, left hand side (make sure you have opened a document or have started a new document) Click FILE and Click on NEW.

You will see some Tabs for a variety of templates that you can use.

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