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presentation at barcamp pune June 17, 06

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  1. 1. Spend 15 minutes to go through this presentation and save 15 minutes everyday! <ul><li>My Documents Toolbar </li></ul><ul><li>Just Delete </li></ul><ul><li>Quick Launch </li></ul><ul><li>Links Toolbar </li></ul><ul><li>WinZip </li></ul><ul><li>Create Shortcuts </li></ul><ul><li>Keyboard Shortcuts </li></ul><ul><li>Show Full Menus </li></ul>
  2. 2. My Documents toolbar on the Task Bar Tip 1: My Documents Toolbar
  3. 3. Right Click on the task bar and choose “New Toolbar…” from “Toolbars” option. You can create a toolbar to access My Documents or any other folder Tip 1: My Documents Toolbar
  4. 4. Right Click on Recycle bin to choose properties. Deselect the check box next to Display confirmation Tip 2: Just Delete
  5. 5. Quick Launch Toolbar Tip 3: Quick Launch
  6. 6. Quick launch toolbar can be customized so that you have easy access to frequently used applications. If you don’t want an icon on your quick launch toolbar, right click on it and select delete. To add an icon, simply click and drag the application icon onto the quick launch toolbar. Tip 3: Quick Launch
  7. 7. Click and drag the browser utilities links onto the links toolbar Tip 4: Links Toolbar
  8. 8. Winzip <ul><li>Order and register your copy of WinZip so that there is no need to click on “I accept” button every time you use winzip! </li></ul>Tip 5: Winzip
  9. 9. <ul><li>Right click anywhere on the page and choose “Create Shortcut” option. It will create a shortcut to the current page onto the desktop. </li></ul>Tip 6: Create Shortcut
  10. 10. Important Keyboard shortcuts Tip 7: Keyboard Shortcut Decrease font size Ctrl+[ Increase font size Ctrl+] Close window Alt + F4 Repeat F4 Undo Ctrl + z Save Ctrl + s Print Ctrl + p Select All Ctrl + a
  11. 11. Right click on the toolbar and choose Customize… Select “Always show full menus” option. Tip 8: Show Full Menus