Send Us Your Favorite Windows Tips and Tricks

By | July 10, 2017
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Send Us Your Favorite Windows Tips and Tricks

We have received some really great tips from you. We’re looking for more. We’d like to create a special InfoAve Premium newsletter, featuring your favorite tips & tricks, your favorite Web sites, and your favorite freeware. But in order to complete this project, we’re going to need your help.

We think it would be fun to have a special edition of Cloudeight InfoAve Premium featuring your favorite tips & tricks and freeware picks and favorite web sites.

We are well on our way to being able to create this special edition… but we need you to keep sending us your favorites. And that’s easy to do:

You can submit your favorite Windows tips & tricks, freeware and website picks, by submitting them right here on this page, in the comments section, or you can submit them by email from this page. Either way is fine. We’ll use your first name to give you credit for your tip, trick or pick, in our newsletter [unless you tell us otherwise].

We look forward to seeing your favorite Windows Tips & Tricks, freeware picks and website picks!

Thanks for your friendship & support!

2 thoughts on “Send Us Your Favorite Windows Tips and Tricks

  1. Sue

    I really like the down arrow next to the plus for a new window. It shows a small screen shot of each web site you have open. You can click on it to get a better look at it. Close the window. Anything you want and the small windows stay their until you click the now up arrow in same locationl.

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  2. Rhea Mieczkowski

    One very helpful tip I learned from you years ago has come in handy so many times and that is when I want to print something and cannot find a printer icon on the tool bar is to highlight what I want to print, hit control and p and when the printer screen comes up , press print and tick selection. Another tip I learned a while back is that if I want to copy and paste something and send it in the email or even a letter, press control and c (for copy) and when I want to include it later in an email press control and V for paste.

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