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I'm trying to work with WebEasy7 and am having some trouble. I have a template open that I'm using as a guide to build a page from and can't figure out the background. When I adjust background, it only offers changing colors, but there are elements that aren't adjustable with the background and don't select when I highlight all, so I can't move them with the text that is on top of them and does move, nor can I adjust the color of these elements? I first tried checking layers, but didn't get anywhere. Make any sense?

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I have install adobe reader 6 but a problem is error in my pc 1317

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I have avery labels 06107 and am trying to print them in word but am not sure how to set up the margins


I suggest you go to the Avery WEB site and download the Word template for your Avery label. Use this template, enter your text and then print, don't forget to place the blank Avery in your printer.
You can download the templates from this WEB site.
http://www.averyproducts.com.au/avery/en_au/Templates-%26-Software/Templates/?Ns=Rank

Feb 24, 2012 | PC Desktops

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How i can build my own web?


If you want to build a web page, the best place to start is: http://www.w3schools.com
There are tutorials with everything from basic html to server scripting. They also have ads for templates where you can build sites quickly with little or no background.

Apr 18, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Hi, I have a IBM ThinkCentre M52 and i am wanting to put a graphics card in it but i am unsure where in the machine to put it?


leathalsnipe, a graphics card will plug into an available PCI slot on the Daughter Board.

IF, a PCI expansion slot IS available.

The Daughter Board is an adapter board that plugs into the Motherboard.
It's also referred to as a PCI Riser Assembly.

The Daughter Board, or PCI Riser Assembly plugs into the Riser Slot on the motherboard.
You may have an Ethernet Adapter Card plugged into one of the PCI slots on the PCI Riser Assembly right now.

To avoid confusion download the Hardware replacement guide, so I can show you what I'm referring to;


This is the download page for the Hardware replacement guide, for your ThinkCentre M52 8215 Desktop PC,

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/product.do?subcategoryind=0&familyind=241562&brandind=11&doccategoryind=0&modelind=0&doctypeind=8&validate=true&partnumberind=0&sitestyle=lenovo&template=%2Fproductpage%2Flandingpages%2FproductPageLandingPage.vm&operatingsystemind=49980&machineind=241623

On this page click on the blue >

Hardware replacement guide - ThinkCentre A52 (type 8155, 8156, 8157, 8158, 8159, 8160) / M52 (type 8099, 8116, 8215, 9210, 9211) {2006-09-20}

On the next page click on the blue >

39j8231.pdf


This is a PDF file. After you click on the above file name it will take a few seconds before you see the first page come up.
It will also take additional time to fully download the file.
Suggest you let the file download all the way before looking through it.

Go to Page 13. Scroll the page down a little. {Note* Page number in the page number box}

In the top header of the PDF file is a Page Number Box. It is to the Right of the blue Down Arrow.
You can use the blue Down Arrow to go page by page to get to the page you want, or you can use a faster method.

Put your mouse cursor in the page number box
Left-click once
Type the page number
Press the Enter key.

This shows you how to open the computer case cover.
(Computer unplugged from power. Observe Anti-Static Precautions)

Now go to Page 27.
Scroll the page down a little.
Number 2 shows the PCI Riser Assembly removed.

Remove the PCI Riser Assembly to install the graphics card, then reinstall the PCI Riser Assembly back into the Riser Slot on the motherboard.

The graphics card has to be a PCI graphics card.
It also has to be a Low Profile graphics card.
Low in height.
Also cannot be very long in Length.

This is one example of a Low Profile PCI graphics card that should fit inside the computer,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5692361&CatId=3670

Your Power Supply should have enough power for the above graphics card.

Another example,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4842979&CatId=3669



I would like you to also download the Hardware Maintenance Manual (HMM) for the ThinkCentre M52 8215 desktop computer, (Same link as above)

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/product.do?subcategoryind=0&familyind=241562&brandind=11&doccategoryind=0&modelind=0&doctypeind=8&validate=true&partnumberind=0&sitestyle=lenovo&template=%2Fproductpage%2Flandingpages%2FproductPageLandingPage.vm&operatingsystemind=49980&machineind=241623

On this page click on the top file listed,

Hardware Maintenance Manual (HMM) (May 2009) - ThinkCentre A52/M52

On the next page go to the heading > File link, and click on the blue >
39j8289.pdf


This HMM will come in handy for you in the future. You can save a copy of this PDF file to your computer.
If you are not aware of how to do this, and wish to know how, please post in a Comment. (Upper right of your page - Comment)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Dec 06, 2010 | IBM ThinkCentre M52 8215 - P4 531 3 GHz...

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What are the administrator's login and passwords


This question is kind of a landmine. What you're asking is 'How do I hack a windows password?' on a donated workstation.

The appropriate way to handle a donated computer, whatever the source, is to reinstall the operating system. Check ebay, or a local 2nd hand computer store for cheap licenses of windows XP. Or, if you're feeling a little adventurous, you can install a free linux based operating system like Ubuntu (ubuntu.com). It's perfect if all you're looking for is something to cruise the internet, email and play an occassional game of solitaire. Google docs or open office are both free, and can take of most MS Office needs.

If you're dead set on hacking this password, there are dozens of people willing to tell you how to do it, and they're only a google search away ;-).

Jul 25, 2009 | PC Desktops

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Flash video


Try this site, John. If I had all the files, I could probably put it together, however, it looks like you are in for a learning experience ( this is a good thing!) There are many sites out there that are tutatorials for dreamweaver.

http://www.adobe.com/support/dreamweaver/templates/dwfw_templates_tutorial/dwfw_templates_tutorial04.html

Just as an experience, put your template together and name it something.html> now make a couple of coopies of it naming them 1 and 2 or whatever.> now you can experiment with the site. try deleting al the flash stuff from the page source. See what happens. And anytime you want you can save the source code to your page as a txt document and you might be able to open that in Dreamweaver. Good Luck.

Aug 07, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I'm designing a website and have purchased an existing template with videos. I'm trying to replace the videos with my own but cannot find a way. I am using Flash 8 and have Dreamweaver 8. Can you point me...


http://www.xnynz.com/ provides you a wide range of services and plans at reliable cost. You can use the pre-built designs and contents available wherein you can just pick a design,make it yours and publish it.. If go into website tonight and tell them your requirement, they will assist you with this.

Aug 07, 2008 | PC Desktops

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