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Old 07-07-2007, 09:30 AM
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Lightbulb Arrange windows on your desktop

Arrange windows on your desktop

You can display any two windows side by side on the desktop by first clicking a window's button on the Taskbar. Next, press and hold the Ctrl key and right-click the second window that you want to open, then click Tile Vertically. This works great when you want to view two Microsoft Word or Microsoft Internet Explorer windows at the same time.
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Arrange windows on your desktop

You can display any two windows side by side on the desktop by first clicking a window's button on the Taskbar. Next, press and hold the Ctrl key and right-click the second window that you want to open, then click Tile Vertically. This works great when you want to view two Microsoft Word or Microsoft Internet Explorer windows at the same time.

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Thumbs up Organize your files into groups

Organize your files into groups

Organize your files by grouping them. Try this: Open a folder containing several different subfolders and file types. Right-click any empty space on the window's contents pane, click Arrange Icons By, and then click Show in Groups. To arrange the window's contents, right-click again in any empty space on the window's contents pane, point to Arrange Icons By, and click Name, Size, Type, or Modified.
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Lightbulb Make your own icons

Make your own icons

It's shockingly easy to create your own icons in Windows XP. Let's do it: Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, and then click Paint. On the Image menu, click Attributes. Type 32 for both the Width and Height of the document, and make sure that Pixels is selected under Units. Click OK to create a new 32x32-pixel document: the size of an icon.
Now add type, color, or do whatever you'd like to your image. I like to shrink photos (headshots work best) to 32x32 and simply paste them into my Paint document. When you're finished, open the File menu and click Save As. Use the dialog box to choose where you want to save your file, then give it a name followed by ".ico" (without the quotes), and click Save. (The extension ".ico" tells Windows that it's an icon file.) You just created an icon! Now you can change any shortcut or folder to your own icon—just browse to it on your hard drive.
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Thumbs up How to Enable ClearType (Anti-Aliased Fonts)

How to Enable ClearType (Anti-Aliased Fonts)

Right-click on the Desktop > Properties > Appearance > Effects > Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts > ClearType.
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How to Enable ClearType (Anti-Aliased Fonts)

Right-click on the Desktop > Properties > Appearance > Effects > Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts > ClearType.

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How to Enable ClearType (Anti-Aliased Fonts)

Right-click on the Desktop > Properties > Appearance > Effects > Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts > ClearType.

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These are the steps to change your Windows display Font. It looks better after the change.
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Hey ya, it does look good. Why wasn't this made a standard font instead?
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I can't see any difference


UPDATED: Oh yeah.... i see it.... but looks weird n odd... Yea, why isn't this standard?
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Errrrmmmm......... what's the difference really?!?!
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