Windows Alt Key Codes View Macintosh Accent Codes | Windows Character Map | Windows International Keyboard Codes This page list codes for accented letters and other characters. In order to use these codes, your computer should have a separate numeric keypad on the right. If it does not, then another method of inputting accents is recommended. The list is organized by type. If you need more information on how to type the codes, please read the detailed instructions. This Page Letters with Accents - (e.g. ó, ò, ñ) Other Foreign Characters - (e.g. ç, ¿, ß) Currency Symbols - (e.g. ¢, £, ¥) Math Symbols - (e.g. ±, °, ÷) Other Punctuation - (e.g. &, ©, §) Using the Codes Other Accents and Symbols: Character Map Other Page Non-Numeric Accent Codes: Activate International Keyboard Other Page Links to Other References Letters with Accents This list is organized by Accent type. Example: To input the acute a á (0225), hold down the ALT key, type 0225 on the numeric keypad, then release the ALT key. Additional Codes
Change Word's default line spacing to what you want it to be Word 2007 and 2010's line spacing default isn't the same as it was in 2003. Here's how to change it to what you want it to be. When you upgrade to Word 2007 or 2010, you might notice that the line spacing is just a tad roomier. The official word from Word is that 1.15 generates more readable online documents-there's a huge push from Microsoft to use the new collaborative features. Click the Home tab.In the Styles group, click Change Styles and choose Style Set.Choose Word 2003.To make this setting the default, choose Set As Default from the Change Styles dropdown. Oh, that was a bit too easy, wasn't it? Perhaps the easiest way to change the default line spacing is to adjust the style(s) you use. Click the Home tab.Right-click Normal in the Styles Quick gallery and choose Modify.Choose Paragraph from the Format list.In the Spacing section, change the At setting from 1.15 to 1.Click OK.The default is to change just the current document.
Keyboard Shortcuts for special characters This page will show users (of the Windows or Macintosh OS X operating systems), having a western european “standard” keyboard (showing the latin alphabet), how to generate other characters they might not see on the keyboard. For example a US keyboard will not show accented letters as used in French. A French keyboard will show accented letters common in French, but not accented letters used in Spanish. And so on… You can read the instructions below, or skip directly to the chart. Special characters on Macintosh (Apple keyboards) On MacOS, the option key functions as a modifier key like the shift key. Special characters on Windows (PC keyboards) On Windows, the Alt key functions as a modifier like the Shift key. Software to help you find special characters Macintosh OS x On Macintosh OS X, you can use the operating system’s character palette to find special characters. See Apple support document Enter special characters and symbols. Windows Third-party software How to use this chart
Five tips for lightning-fast formatting in Word No matter what kind of document you're working on, it will probably need some formatting. These shortcuts will help you zip through those tasks so you can concentrate on the content. Even if you're a diehard mouse person, certain keyboard shortcuts are undeniably useful -- especially when it comes to formatting. Here are five areas where you can save time using the keyboard instead of traipsing around the Ribbon or searching through menus for the options you need. 1: Apply styles Not everyone uses styles to format their documents, which is really too bad -- styles are almost always more efficient than manual formatting. Ctrl + Shift + N applies the Normal style.Ctrl + Shift + L applies the List Bullet style.Ctrl + Alt +1 applies the Heading 1 style.Ctrl + Alt +2 applies the Heading 2 style.Ctrl + Alt +3 applies the Heading 3 style.Ctrl + Shift + S will open the Apply Styles dialog box, where you can choose any style available to the document. 2: Adjust font size 4: Transfer formatting
How to use Google for Hacking. | Arrow Webzine Google serves almost 80 percent of all search queries on the Internet, proving itself as the most popular search engine. However Google makes it possible to reach not only the publicly available information resources, but also gives access to some of the most confidential information that should never have been revealed. In this post I will show how to use Google for exploiting security vulnerabilities within websites. The following are some of the hacks that can be accomplished using Google. 1. There exists many security cameras used for monitoring places like parking lots, college campus, road traffic etc. which can be hacked using Google so that you can view the images captured by those cameras in real time. inurl:”viewerframe? Click on any of the search results (Top 5 recommended) and you will gain access to the live camera which has full controls. you now have access to the Live cameras which work in real-time. intitle:”Live View / – AXIS” 2. filetype:xls inurl:”email.xls” 3. “? 4.
Add calculating rows and columns to a Word table Excel isn't your only option if you need to evaluate values and your primary need is word processing. Use Word's formula feature to perform simple calculations. If you're not an Excel fan, but you need a few basic calculations, you can use Word. Its calculating feature is rudimentary and it certainly can't replace Excel. On the other hand, this feature is helpful when your primary need is word processing and not number crunching. The rules are simple: Enter the values you'll be calculating into a table.If you're calculating rows, add a new column to the right or left of the table and click Formula in the Data group (on the contextual Layout tab).If you're calculating columns, add a new row to the bottom or top of the table and click Formula. As you can see, calculating values in a Word table is straightforward and Word does most of the work for you. First, let's add the calculating column, as follows: Adding totals to each column is just as easy:
How Secure Is My Password? Word: How to format just the numbers in a numbered list Formatting a list is easy. Formatting just the numbers is more difficult, unless you know this quick trick! It's easy to create a bullet or numbered list, but not so easy to format just the number for one item in that list. What usually happens is you end up formatting the entire item, or the entire list. Fortunately, there's a simple trick that works great: select the item's end-of-paragraph marker and apply the format - not exactly intuitive is it? To illustrate this simple, but odd, trick, let's change the color of a couple of numbers in a simple list, as follows: On the Home tab, click Show/Hide in the Paragraph group. To format more than one number, but not all of them, hold down the [Ctrl] key while you select markers. To format all of the numbers in the list, without changing the format of the actual text, click any number in the list to highlight all of the numbers and then format as you normally would.
How to Completely Anonymize Your BitTorrent Traffic with BTGuard Network Tests: Setting Our Expectations : Gigabit Ethernet: Dude, Where's My Bandwidth? Before we do anything else, we should test our hard drives without using the network to see what kind of bandwidth we can expect from them in an ideal scenario. There are two PCs taking part in our real-world gigabit network. The first, which we’ll call the server, has two drives. Its primary drive is a 320 GB Seagate Barracuda ST3320620AS that’s a couple of years old. The server acts as a network-attached storage (NAS) device for a RAID array consisting of two 1 TB Hitachi Deskstar 0A-38016 drives, mirrored for redundancy. The second PC on the network, which we’ll call the client, has only one drive: a 500 GB Western Digital Caviar 00AAJS-00YFA that is about six months old. We first test the speed of both the server's and client computer's C: drives and see what kind of read performance we can expect to get from them. Right out of the gate, our hopes for achieving gigabit speed file transfers have disappeared. Not so fast. Yuck!
Improve Your Google Search Skills [Infographic] Don’t limit yourself to just plugging in simple search terms to Google; check out this infographic and learn a search string search or two. You don’t need to limit yourself to searching just for simple strings; Google supports all manner of handy search tricks. If you want to search just HowToGeek.com’s archive of XBMC articles, for example, you can plug in site:howtogeek.com XBMC to search our site. Get More Out of Google [HackCollege via Mashable] Jason Fitzpatrick is a warranty-voiding DIYer who spends his days cracking opening cases and wrestling with code so you don't have to.
19 Tips Every Windows 7 User Needs to Know - Page 5 How to load Windows 7 onto a bootable USB key To complete your Windows 7 power-user experience, you may consider dropping the whole darn OS onto a USB drive. Whether you carry it around in your pocket or toss it in a desk drawer, it’s a perfect boot disk for emergency installs—including those times when you’re working with a netbook or some other computer that lacks an optical drive. Here’s how to create a schmancy-fancy boot key for either Windows 7 or Vista—but not for other OSes, so please don’t try! 1. Plug in your USB key and back up any existing data stored on it. 2. Open up a command prompt as an Administrator. You should now be under C:\Windows\system32 (assuming your Windows partition is the C drive). 3. It’s now time to enter a load of commands to properly partition the key, and format for the NTFS (did you know this stands for “New Technology File System”?). Select Disk # (where # is the number of your USB disk. Exit (quits the DiskPart tool) 4. 5. 6.
Welcome Today, we are excited to share that Identified has been acquired by Workday. This is an exciting outcome for everyone involved in Identified and we want to thank our team, Board of Directors, investors, customers, advisors, families and the other countless people that have supported us over the years. Waller Capital served as an exclusive advisor to Identified in this transaction. Since we co-founded Identified out of a shared dorm room at Stanford University in 2010, we have assembled what we believe to be the best group of data scientists and engineers in the industry. This team has built technology that uses big data from the social web to uncover insights and relationships that change the way companies pursue talent, manage their workforces, and improve their competitiveness. Now, as part of Workday, we will focus on enhancing search capabilities and accelerating the delivery of predictive analytics and machine learning throughout the entire suite of Workday applications.
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