OneNote 2013 should have a jumplist/task list like this when you right-click on its pinned icon in Windows 7 or later:
If it did not appear, make sure you have the correct (official) OneNote icon pinned. After that, open Run… dialog box (press Windows + R key combination), type the following and press Enter key:
It works in Command Prompt too, only you have to prefix “start ” (without quotation marks and with the trailing space character) to it.
Today, I found a precious old list of instructions detailing how to reinstall Windows and its software on a machine, reproduced below. This list was originally created at least a decade ago and perhaps was not initially written for Windows XP. However, over the years, it was constantly revised and expanded to meet the needs of the day. Eventually, in the wake of Windows 7 and the subsequent simplification of the computing ecosystem, this treasured list was abandoned on an old hard disk drive.Read the rest of this entry
How about a riddle for a change?
What do you think the following items have in common:
- Lord Voldemort
Lord Voldemort is the main villain in the famous series of J.K. Rowling’s novels, Harry Potter
- Bradley Tank
Standard lightly armored tank/IFV/APC of the United States.
- Master Boot Record
A logical part of Hard Disk
- Norton Ghost
A full-system backup/restore solution by Symantec corp.
Answer: Microsoft Word thinks they are all human names!
Microsoft Office 2003 or 2007 allows you to mark your documents with Smart Tags: Purple dotted underlines like hyperlinks which instead of opening a web page, pop up a menu with various options. Microsoft Word 2003 or 2007 can recognize certain types of data in your document and mark them with Smart Tag, including human names, addresses and measurement units.
Why don’t you see for yourself! Here is a sample Microsoft Word file.
Edit (2010-05-19): Note that this funny effect no longer works in Microsoft Office 2010 or Microsoft Office Web Apps.