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Canon Cr-180 how do you get item to spray the date in on the back of items. I thought I needed a text file?

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How can you get to the mirrors inside the machine to clean an ink build up? We are seeing think black lines on the items that are ran at the branches with these machines. Can you clean this off?

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Amazon order


I'm not smiling .I ordered a item on amazon from genco Lockbourne in ohio . I received a item that wasn't what I thought , Tried to get in touch with lauran shaeffer , some type of manager . called 4 times and everyone is just blowing me off. Genco is a co. that's part of dell. here's the date I sent it from amazon (ihope) order # 104-4708112-3395401 . tracking # 1zx5656v0357243018 Date oct.1 5:34, 2014 . I hope you can help the item cost 107.00 I just want my money back . Amazon has always been straight with . HELP. EMAIL [email protected] ph# 856 397 3027 . Not very happy with genco

Jan 11, 2014 | Winter Sports

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I've lost restore down in Word. How can I get it back?


if you are referring to microsoft word

Microsoft Word is one of the most widely used text editors in the business world today.

Using Word, you occasionally experience glitches like missing Menu items.


You open Word and while preparing your document realize the Menu item you want to use has magically disappeared.

You can restore it easily.

There are ways to restore lost Menu items in Microsoft Word.


Check your Menu to confirm the button you are looking for is really missing.

Microsoft Word is intuitive and continually adjusts to show the options you choose most often.


Click the double arrow near the bottom of the Menu items to reveal the hidden options.

Click the Menu item you are looking for.


Use that Menu item often and Word will place it in your Menu for easy access.

Replace the missing Menu item in Microsoft Word. Click Tools - Customize.


Select the Commands tab.

Click Rearrange Commands.


Add the Menu item you lost in Microsoft Word.

Select the Menu bar at the top.


Use the drop down menu to select File. Open Controls.

Highlight the Menu item under the File menu and click the Add button.


Select File under Categories. Open Commands and select desired button.

Click Ok.


Word will reveal a preview of the File menu including your changes.

Select the desired Menu item.


Click Add.

To adjust the position of the Menu item you added.


Click Move Up or Move Down.

Continue to adjust them until you achieve your desired results.


Click Close to close the window.

Click File, Exit to close Microsoft Word.


hope this helps




Oct 14, 2012 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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I've got a all-in-one printer of HP LaserJet M1120 MFP. When I switch it on the screen shows "Scanner Error 20". And I cannot use the scan function. It can print when connected to computer. I've rea


Hi,
Follow these steps to scan using HP software:Step one: Load the item to be scanned
  1. Make sure that the product is connected to the computer.
  2. Turn on the product.
  3. Load the item in the document feeder tray or on the scanner glass
Tip

Load the following items in the document feeder tray :

  • Single items
  • Items that are not easily damaged
  • Multipage, single sided items that you want to scan into one file
Load the following items on the scanner glass :

  • Single items
  • Items that are easily damaged, such as old documents and photos
  • Multipage, double sided items that you want to scan into one file

  • Option one: Document feeder tray
    1. Place the item into the document feeder tray. The printed side faces up and the top edge goes into the tray first.
    2. Adjust the width guides to fit the item.
  • Option two: Scanner glass
    1. Open the scanner lid.
    2. Place the item with the print side down on the scanner glass. For the correct position, see the engraved guide near the corner of the glass.
    3. Close the scanner lid.
Step two: Scan the item Use one of the following methods to open the HP scan window:
  • Double-click the HP scan icon (c02436443.gif ) on the Windows desktop. note.png NOTE:If you have more than one HP product installed, double-click the HP scan icon (c02436443.gif ) for the product you are scanning with.
  • Click Start (c01827528.gif ), click All Programs , click the HP folder, click the name of your HP product, and then click HP Scan .

Click the scan option for the item you are scanning. note.png NOTE:Depending on your HP product, you might not have all the following scan options available. c02448891.gif

Save as PDF Use this setting to scan text documents that are not editable. Use the Save as Editable Text (OCR) option to scan text that you can edit. c02448892.gif

Save as JPEG Use this setting to scan pictures and images.
Hope this information will be helpful.
Let me know.
Regard

Oct 29, 2011 | HP LaserJet M1120 MFP All-In-One Printer

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Auctions: I purchased an item and is was not exactly as desc...


With regard to this, you will need to file the item not described dispute so that you can get your money back.

Here's how to open an Item Significantly not as Described Case:
1. Go to your "My eBay" page.
2. Under "Account" (or "My Account"), select "Resolution Center."
3. Under "I bought an item," select "I received an item that does not match the seller's description."
4. Click "Continue."
5. Enter the item number or select from your recently won items using the "Find Item" button.
If you click "Find Item," you'll get a popup window. Simply select the item, then click "Continue."
6. Click "Continue."
7. In the "Describe the case" page, select the payment method you've used to pay for the item, select the payment date, then click "Continue."
8. Review the tips provided. Click "Continue," if you're sure you want to submit the case.

May 16, 2010 | eBay Auctions

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Smoke odor on a pack and play


Fabric Upholstery Items
  • Step 1 Spray the entire item with a light, even coating of upholstery deodorizing spray that is indicated as a smoke smell remover.
  • Step 2 Move the item outdoors to a well-ventilated area that receives sunshine.
  • Step 3 Allow the item to remain outdoors in the fresh air and sunshine for approximately eight to 10 hours before moving it back inside.

  • Things You'll Need:
    • Upholstery deodorizing spray
    • 3 cups powdered dishwashing detergent
    • 3 gallons warm water
    • Bathtub or washing machine

    Apr 28, 2010 | Graco 9445DOH Crib

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    Macromedia dreamweaver to crate menu bar


    1. Load your index.html page as before. That is, doubleclick the file in the Files pane in the right column.
    2. Locate your existing navigation menu, which at this time merely consists of a series of links to your home page, About Us page, Contact Us page and the Site Map. Select them and delete them. We will be completely replacing them in this chapter.
      1. Make sure that the blinking text cursor is currently in the side bar. If it is not, click somewhere in the side bar. Now click "Insert | Spry | Spry Menu Bar" from the menu. That is, click the "Insert" menu, then the "Spry" item on the menu that appears, and finally on "Spry Menu Bar" on the submenu that appears.
      2. A dialog box will appear asking you whether you want a horizontal menu bar or a vertical one. Since we are placing the menu bar in the left column, we want a vertical menu bar. Select the "Vertical" option and click OK.
      3. A default menu bar will be inserted into your side bar. If you look at the Properties pane at the bottom of your Dreamweaver window, you will see that the text and links for menu items are displayed there.
      4. Select "Item 1" by clicking on it, if it is not already selected. In the "Text" box, replace the words "Item 1" with "Home" (without the quotes). Replace the default "Link" text of "#" with "index.html" (without the quotes).
      5. By default Dreamweaver created a submenu for your menu. We don't need one, so we will need to delete it. Select "Item 1.1". Directly above "Item 1.1" are two buttons "+" and "-". Click the "-" item to delete Item 1.1. Do the same for "Item 1.2" and "Item 1.3".
      6. Now do the same with the other items, replacing the text with the appropriate words for your site, and the links with the actual page names. If there are submenus, delete them as you did for Item 1. For your convenience, the replacement text and links are reproduced below from chapter 3. Note that Item 3 has a three-level menu system. Delete all submenus (item 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3) - we won't need them.
        • Text: About Us, Link: aboutus.html
        • Text: Contact Us, Link: feedback.html
        • Text: Site Map, Link: sitemap.html
      7. Click "File | Save". A dialog box will pop up telling you that certain files have been added to your site, and that these files will need to be uploaded. Click "OK".
      8. Now upload the page to your website using "Site | Put" and check the results in your browser. Hover your mouse over your menu buttons, and you will see that they change colour.
      Customizing the Spry Framework's Menu Bar Widget While adding the Spry Framework's navigation menu bar to your web page is a simple procedure under Dreamweaver, customizing it is, however, another cup of tea. There is no built-in method to do so under Dreamweaver's user interface. You will have to do it manually.
      The fastest way to do this is to do it via Dreamweaver's "Code" view.
      Dreamweaver has two basic ways you can work on your website. So far, you have been creating your site using the "Design" view. The "Design" view allows you to work on your web page using the What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) editor - that is, as you create your web page, you basically see the page as a visitor would when they visit your website.
      The "Design" view hides the real code, the HTML and CSS code, that Dreamweaver generates for your website. This code, the "raw" code, if you will, is the actual content that is uploaded (published) to your website. When your visitor loads your web page, the browser takes the "raw" code and displays it according to the instructions given in the "raw" code.
      To customize the Spry Framework's menu bar widget, you will be using Dreamweaver's facility for viewing this "raw" code for your website. Even if you find the menu bar widget satisfactory at the moment, you should still take the following steps to familiarize yourself with Dreamweaver's "Code" view. You will be using the Code view in a future chapter to insert your feedback form code.
      To switch to the "Code" view, click "View | Code" from the menu. Instead of the web page that you are accustomed to viewing, you will now see the "raw" HTML code for that page. If you scroll up and down the page, you should be able to see your content amidst other characters. These other characters, things like "<p>" and the like, are the formatting code that tells the browser how it should render your page.
      Centering the Menu Bar Scroll to the top of the index.html file in "Code" view. Locate the text "</head>" (without the quotes) somewhere near the top of the file. Place your cursor just before "</head>" on the same line. Hit ENTER (or RETURN) to insert a blank line. When you do this, the entire line with "</head>" should move downwards, creating a new blank line. Move the cursor to the blank line.
      Now copy the text from the box below and paste it into the blank line you just created in Dreamweaver. To copy the text, select all the text in the box with your mouse, click the right mouse button (or if you use Mac OS X, hold down the Control key on the keyboard and click the mouse), and select Copy from the menu that appears. To paste it into Dreamweaver, switch to the Dreamweaver window. Make sure that your text cursor is in the correct location (in the blank line above the word "</head>"). Select "Edit | Paste" from the menu. <style type="text/css">
      ul.MenuBarVertical
      {
      margin: 0 auto ;
      width: 8em;
      }
      </style>


    Jan 22, 2009 | Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004

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    Need to Add Dates in Excel


    Here is one way I just tried:

    Say the date purchased is in A1.

    You want the Est Life in A2.

    In A2 type: =A1+(3*365)
    That will add 3 years.

    For 5 years: =A1+(5*365)

    Try it out!

    Note: You will need to format the cells to Custom>mm/dd/yyyy

    Nov 21, 2008 | Microsoft Excel for PC

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    Text Message Can Not Be Sent


    Empty files from deleted items folder and ensure that your phone internal memory is not full.This should help.Shalom!

    Mar 25, 2008 | O2 Xda Trion Smartphone

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