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Deleting events Quickly remove your events ANDROID TIPS

Deleting event

Once you have created events, it is a straightforward process to delete them from your calendar. You simply tap on the event and then choose the delete icon via the top-right corner of the screen. Be warned, though, that once you have hit OK, the event is gone from all synced devices. However, if you log into your Google calendar via the desktop browser …

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How to Remove WinXP Splash and See Operations

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Are you having boot up problems and would like to know what it going on behind that Windows Loading Logo? To find out, you can disable the splash screen by making a small change to the Boot.ini file. Follow these steps (carefully!): 1. Open the “System Properties” dialog box ( …

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How to remove the Links folder in IE Favorites

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If you’re one of the many people that NEVER use the “links” folder in your favorites and can’t keep windows for re-creating it. Here’s how: [Start] [Run] [Regedit] Registry Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ Microsoft\ Internet Explorer\ Toolbar Modify/Create the Value Data Type(s) and Value Name(s) as detailed below. Data Type: REG_SZ …

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How To Remove Signin Details Of Msn Passport

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Question: When I sign onto Messenger in Windows XP, there’s a drop-down menu of sign-addresses I can use. Is there a way to keep those addresses from appearing, so I have to type it in each time? Answer: Yes there is a way, although you will need to modify/create a …

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How do I remove an extra operating system from by

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If you have more then one operating system installed or wish to remove an operating system from the boot menu, you can use the following information. 1.Click on Start, Control Panel, System, Advanced. 2.Under Startup and Recovery, click Settings. 3.Under Default Operating System, choose one of the following: “Microsoft Windows …

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Remove a Colorcast Tut-6

Remove a Colorcast

Remove a Colorcast STEPS 1) Click and drag the Background layer over the New Layer icon to duplicate it. 2) Click Image. 3) Click Adjustments. 4) Click Match Color.  When the Match Color dialog appears, move it to the side so you can see your image. 5) Click the Neutralize …

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Remove Blemishes to Improve Skin Tone Tut-5

Remove Blemishes to Improve Skin Tone

STEPS 1) Click the Zoom tool. 2) Click Resize Windows To Fit in the Options bar. 3) Click and drag over the blemish areas to zoom in. Click the Spot Healing Brush. 4) Click Sample All Layers in the Options bar. 5) Click the New Layer icon in the Layers …

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Remove Red Eye Tut-4

Remove Red Eye

Remove Red Eye STEPS 1) Click the Zoom tool in Photoshop and zoom in to enlarge the red eyes on a photo. 2) Click the Spot Healing Brush tool and hold the mouse button to reveal the pull-down menu. 3) Click the Red Eye Tool. The Options bar changes to …

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