We've pulled together a few more time saving tips and tricks that we hope you will find useful. If you have a great time saving tip, send it to us at PR@queensu.ca and we'll publish it in a future issue. All of the short cut tips below work as stated for XP, Vista and Windows7 unless otherwise stated.
How to Change the Default Save and Open Folders in WORD 2007When using MS Office, such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint, many people find it more convenient to change the default "Open" or "Save" folders. The following instructions will work for all three software programs and avoid that repetitious navigation time:
Outlook 2007: Open a Specified Folder on Startup
When using Outlook, it can be very handy to open your IMAP Inbox (or whatever folder you want) on startup. Just follow these simple steps:
Change the location of "My Documents"
On XP, Windows stores documents in a default location (typically on C:). This tip can be very handy for those people who routinely save their files in the My Documents folder, but also need it on a USB memory stick or card to take with them. Follow the steps below to change the location of the My Documents folder. In the instructions below, the E: drive is used to store documents called "Documents":
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