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Re: cant find send to option
If it got deleted or whatever happened, you can recreate it. It's not very hard. Open My Computer and got to under C drive ( or wherever windows is installed), dive in to Documents and Settings and under that, open your username folder.
Click Tools -> Folder Options -> View and click Show Folders and click OK.
Now see if there's a SendTo folder but if it is not there, then try creating one.Right-click, select New -> Folder and name it to SendTo.
Double-click the SendTo folder and create shortcuts of whatever you want to send do. Fo example: Desktop, My Documents, Email client, Notepad, Wordpad etc.
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Print Screen in Mac OS X Unlike Windows, there is no print screen button on the Apple keyboard. Depending on what you want to capture, you can choose one of the following methods to simulate a print screen. Capture the entire screen Press [Command] + [Shift] +  and release. Click any part of the screen with your mouse. The screen capture is stored on your desktop in .PNG format.
Capture an application Open the application you want to capture on screen. Press [Command] + [Shift] +  and release. The cursor will change to a +. Press the [Spacebar] The cursor will change to a camera. Use the mouse (camera) to select the application. Check your desktop for the picture.
Capture a portion of the screen Press [Command] + [Shift] +  and release. The cursor will change to a +. Drag your mouse (+) to select the area you want to capture . Check your desktop for the picture.
TIP:To copy the image on your clipboard instead of automatically saving it on the desktop, hold the [Ctrl] key along with [Command] + [Shift] + .
Show Hidden Files in Mac OS X Open the Terminal application. You can find it under Applications -> Utilities. Type defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles Yes. Launch the Finder to see the hidden files. They are pre-fixed with a dot(.). Please be careful while changing anything in these files. The OS X uses them to manage the Mac.
Useful shortcuts Use [Command] + [Space] to open the Spotlight search bar. Use [Command] + [Option] + [Del] (Delete) to empty trash. Use [Command] + [Q] to quit an application. Use [Command] + [Option] + [Ctrl] +  to invert the colors on your Mac.
Dock Tips Add an already open application to the dock: Press [Ctrl] + mouse click. From the context menu, select “Keep in Dock” Add a closed application to the dock: Drag it from the Finder to the Dock. From the context menu, select “Keep in Dock” Remove an application: Drag the item off the dock and it will disappear in the cloud of smoke From the context menu, select “Keep in Dock” Resizing an application: Place the cursor over the vertical separator bar and right click the mouse.
Automator Basics The Apple Automator application allows Mac OS users to automate the repetitive computer tasks by creating a workflow. A workflow is a series of actions that will be executed one after the other when executed. An action is the simplest unit of the Automator like Copy to Clipboard By combining actions from different applications in the drag and drop interface of the Automator, you can create your own applications and plug ins. Here is how it works.
Open Automator.app from the Applications folder.
You will see 4 panes: Library, Action and Help on the left; the workflow canvas on the right.
You can search for actions by typing in the edit box located on the top left corner of the application.
Create a plug in for sending mail from the Finder
Press [Command] + [N] to create a new workflow.
Select Finder in the Library list.
Select Get Selected Finder items.
Drag it to the workflow canvas on the right.
Now select Mail application in the Library List.
Select Get New Mail.
Drag it to the right window, below the Get Selected Finder Items box.
Select the Add Attachment to Front Message from the Action pane and drop it as the last action on the workflow.
You have just completed your workflow.
Click the Run button on the top left corner of the screen.
The Mail app will pop up. Close it and go back to the Automator application
Open File > Save as a Plug-in. Type a name for the Automator plug-in.
Open the Finder window and click on a file that you would like to send as an email attachment.
From the context menu([Ctrl] + click), select Automator and then choose the workflow you just created.
If you have your mail account set-up, you just need to type in the details of who you want to send the message to. You can now send attachments directly from your Finder window.
Asking the question twice is not going to help have a solution. What helps is clear information about what you were or are trying to do. As in the computer, certain menus are contextual: they are only available if the context (the action) is appropriate.
I don't see how this is router related but I may be able to give you an idea
on you the facebook page, right click on top of the pic you want to acquire. a context menu will come up, one of the options is "save picture as", click there and provide a location where you want to store that picture, save it as jpg file, then once that picture is in your computer you can send it anyware as an attachement using yahoo or any email provider.
Let Windows Vista start normally and log into your personal account. You do not need administrative privileges to enable or disable the Aero effect, as it is a personal setting and can be different for each user
Right-click on an empty space on the desktop to bring up the desktop's context menu. Make sure you're not clicking on an icon or a file as this will open an entirely different context menu.
Click "Properties" in the context menu. This will open a window containing various setting for Windows Vista's desktop.
Click on the drop-down menu and select the "Windows Color and Appearance" option.
Select one of the color schemes you wish to use for your Windows appearance. By default it is set to clear glass (marked "Default"). Simply click on the color scheme you wish to use.
Click on the box marked "Enable Transparency" to enable or disable the Aero effect. If there is a check in the box, transparency is enabled.
Use the slider marked "Transparency" to adjust the level of transparency you wish to use for the Windows Aero effect. The further right along the slider, the more transparent your windows will appear.
Click the "OK" button to enable your changes. You may click the "Cancel" button if you are unhappy with your adjustments and simply wish to leave the settings as they are.
Submenu under openwith depends on types of extensions you are trying to do open with. For example, pdf file will have the extension Acrobat reader and internet explorer, because pdf file has been successfully opened with those programs previously.
First try to open the program using open with and next time it will show you the submenu to open with.
This issue is usually due to a bad context menu handler. When you right click on an object the context menu is called and any installed handler objects are called also. If one of the these additional objects are broken or missing, it slows the whole process to a crawl. There is a utility that will allow you to see what context menu handlers are installed and it will also allow you to disable the individual context menu handler components. As there are potentially numerous items, there can be a lot of choices. In my professional experience, if you have an older version of Office installed (Office 2000, Office XP, or Office 2003) sometimes the Microsoft Picture Manager can break the context menu. Also look for any context objects that reference a tool but display "File Not Found" under the "Filename" column of the utility, as the operating system is trying to load something that is not there to load. The utility is called ShellExView, it is created by NirSoft and can be found here at http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html
Hi, The battery meter should display in the tray by default if a battery is detected in the system. Let's try setting this manually. Please right click on the Sytem Tray to surface the context menu. Choose "Properties" off of the context menu--this will bring up the "Taskbar and Start Menu Properties" dialog box. Select the "Notification Area" tab. At the bottom of the tab, is the "Systems Icons" area. There is a check box for "Power". Please "check" the checkbox and click the Apply or OK button. The Battery Meter should show up in the tray. Let me know if this works. Also, it would be helpful if you could send me the manufacturer and model of your notebook. Thanks, SF
I think the mouse setting is set to left handed and the right clicker is the main clicker and the left is the context menu key. Knowing this, you should follow these steps. 1. Go to "Control Panel" 2. Click "Printers and Other Hardware" 3. Click "Mouse" 4. Go to the "Buttons" tab and switch the setting to right handed