Notes Sunday, June 25, 2006
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News of the Week
- Tech Issues
- Cop News of the Week
- Cyber Vandals attack Sweden
police - Mack
- Roller Coaster Theft - Rich
- Cop Caught Taking a Nap - Mack
- Dude, Dude He Stole My Grass! - Rich
- Another Florida Officer Fired - Mack
- Get Serious, Man! - Rich
- This week we want to
an Incident Command System 300 course that we will be conducting at
Cardinal Criminal Justice Academy. This is one the FEMA
required courses for middle management on up. The course will
be conducted July 24 - 25 in beautiful Salem, Virginia. If
you would like more information, just drop me an e-mail at
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- Tech Issues
- Apple touts Parallels
- PayPal Hacked
- World's First “Skype Edition” Notebook
- MySpace Introduces Age Restrictions
If you don't want XP to add items to the list of frequently used
programs in the START menu, right click on the START button and
PROPERTIES to open the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box.
Then choose the START MENU tab, click the CUSTOMIZE button, and set
"NUMBER OF PROGRAMS ON THE START MENU" to a figure of your choosing. Oh
by the way, this tip doesn't work with the classic menu.
useful tip for saving all attachments from a message in Mail. Now,
granted, this isn’t a task that’s all that hard
click the SAVE drop-down menu, select SAVE ALL, and then navigate the
SAVE dialog box to choose a save location.
prefer to use drag-and-drop, especially those who like to first save
attachments to their desktops, and then file them as they deal with
works well if you drag one attachment from the message pane to the
Desktop but try it with two or more attachments selected, and you wind
up with a clipping file in the destination folder, not multiple
could, of course, drag each attachment separately, but that’s
time consuming, to say the least.
The answer is
seen in the image at left: the paperclip icon.
save all attachments from any Mail message, just drag and drop the
paperclip icon to your Desktop... or the folder of your
you do, all attachments will be saved to that location. This
‘drag the paperclip’ trick works in both 10.3 and
10.4, in case you haven’t yet Tigerized your Mac.
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