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  • MAC702
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    Since this thread make me think of it, I printed several of the technical articles at the site, and on some of them, every other page was printed in reverse, as if reading it in a mirror. Has that been noticed/fixed yet? I'll have to look at the stack of papers at my Dam office to see which articles they were.

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  • Paul Seaman
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    My learning disabilities are taking over, are you speaking greek or latin. Me the non-computer geek, I guess I need help because other than running norton once a month I know nothing about what your referring to!

    I'll research the matter,

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  • HAWK
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    Tanner,

    I also run Ad-Aware by Lavasoft and it seems like it conflicts with Spybot and will lock up a number of tasks at times. This is what I have found on other networks. I run only the Ad-Aware along with Norton Anitvirus and a Linux Hardware firewall. I also have my browser set to empty temporary internet files on close. Once a week I empty all the %temp% files through the CMD menu and run a disk clean up with a disk defrag on the main drive. This usually keeps thing chugging along on flat ground rather than uphill.

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  • Tanner
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    I don't use spybot, but I do use Lavasoft Ad-Aware, which does the same thing. I run a virus scan and a spyware scan every week to make sure my computer is clean and fast

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  • timw
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    Computer question for Tanner

    Do you use spybot? I have for a couple months and it seems to help keep my speed up. When I first ran it it found 120 parisites.

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  • HAWK
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    Tanner,

    Thanks for the information. I too am frequently hired to fix computers and trouble shoot networking problems. Good tip. Even old dogs learn new tricks when they are willing. Thanks buddy.

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  • Tanner
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    Don't worry, I'm hired frequently to fix computers, so I've learned my way around them like the way around my house. Just something I grew up with, so, I'm used to it.

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    Tanner:
    You have solved in seconds what I have been trying to do for months.
    Dumb me. Thanks so very much again.
    John

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    Thanks so much, will let u know
    John

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  • Tanner
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    alright, when you go to print preview on the file...when the print preview opens, there is a piece of paper with a gear on it icon right next to where it says "print". click on that and adjust your margins until the page fits, if not, I have a much faster way, but requires downloading a new browser

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  • Tanner
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    no worries, let me open up internet explorer and get this solved

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Internet Explorer(Microsoft).

    Don't even know what a browser is!

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  • Tanner
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    what browser are you using? Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Mozilla FireFox, Mozilla standard, or Opera?

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    When I do a "print preview" it still is cut off.
    Help Pls

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  • Tanner
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    when you go to print, check with a print preview and make sure your margins will fit the paper size you're using. If you need any help with pictures and such, feel free to PM me, email me or reply.
    -Tanner, the miller welding forum computer geek

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