Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Right Click What?

Want to open up Windows Explorer quickly? Right-click on Start Menu and select Explore.

Typing a letter in Microsoft Word and want to change the font for a word or phrase? Select the text, right-click on the text and select the Font option on the pop-up menu. Try a right-click here and there in any Windows application and explore the context sensitive pop-up menu that appears. You’ll have lots of options without moving your mouse to the Menu or Button Bar.

1 comment:

kaizer said...

the tip on opening windows explorer quickly rocks. I rely on explorer a lot. First thing I often do is put a shortcut for explorer on my desktop - but campus computers I don't have administrative rights to won't allow that.

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