A program that monitors your surfing behavior on the Internet
A website where you can type in keywords and search for them in millions of web pages
A website where you can click on hundreds of pictures
The web page is too large for your screen
Your monitor is not on
The Internet connection isn’t working
Depends on what type of file
Only to certain email addresses
It will generate a reply message to all of the recipients of the message.
It will send a reply message to every entry in your address book.
It will generate a reply message only to the sender of the message.
This function is not possible.
A tiny picture on the screen that is for a program, file, or folder.
a tiny picture for the hard drive only.
A tiny music file.
Check your grammar
Word does not have a synonym match
The word is misspelled
The dictionary is full
Go to programs, then accessories, then click on 'Paint'
Go to programs, then accessories, then Microsoft Office, and click on 'Paint'
go to Internet Explorer or Firefox
Go into the control panel
Highlight it, right click, and select 'copy'
Highlight it, go to edit, and select 'copy'
Highlight it and click the copy button on the toolbar
Highlight it, type ctrl c
All of the above
Right click to reveal all icons.
It is not possible to open a program if no icons are on the desktop.
Restart the computer.
Click the start button and select the program from the menu
Right click and select "New" and then "Folder."
Click on the Start Menu and select "My Documents."
Launch Internet Explorer
Click on the Start Menu and select "Search."
Click on the button labeled "Forward" and then "Open."
Click on the paper clip icon and then "Open."
Right click with the mouse and select "Follow Up."
This function cannot be done unless the file is at least 25MB.
Go to file and click "Print Preview."
Go to file and click "Print." Check the box labeled "Print Selection," then click "Print."
Press the "print" button on the toolbar at the top of the screen.
Highlight the text you want to print. Go to the print menu and check the box labeled "Print Selection," then click "Print."
Minimize your current window, then click on your web browser icon on your desktop to open a new window.
Click on the link, get the data you need, then press the back button to go back to your old page you were working on.
Open a new window by clicking File, then New Window
Exit your current window by clicking the X in the top right-hand corner. Then open a new window.
Cut and Clip
Copy and Paste
Hammer and Nail
Write it down, switch windows, and put the information in manually. That's the only way
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