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How To Open A Word File In Read Only Mode
Opening a Word document as read-only helps prevent unintentional changes you make to the document from being saved. Click the link to learn more.
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Microsoft Tips for Windows
Using Live Tile With Microsoft To Do
To turn on Live Tile for Microsoft To Do, just head to your Windows Start menu and right-click on Microsoft To Do. Then select Pin to Start and a tile showing your My Day list will be pinned to your Start screen.
Once the Live Tile shows up on the Start screen, you right-click on the tile and resize it. Depending on your choice of the tile’s size (small, medium, wide, or large), you’ll be able to see the tasks in your My Day list.
Shortcut of the Week
Top Keyboard Shortcuts
Pressing Ctrl+T opens a blank new tab. If you want to open any link in a new tab, press your middle mouse button (often the scroll wheel) to open that link in a new tab.
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James Pearson, President
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