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Created: 1999 08.28
Updated:2014 07.19
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Tips of 1999 might still be of interest today !


TIP 1 - Do not import Pictures via Clipboard into a document - see why...
Step
Date
Description
Document
size
1
99-08-28
Insert reduced Pictures 1-6 (Copy/Paste)
421
2
99-08-28
Insert reduced Pictures 6-12 (Copy/Paste)
825

TIP 2 - Import Pictures using File/Import of Pixel reduced JPG files
Step
Date
Description
Document
size
1
99-08-28
Create 12 reduced Pictures (320x240) and save as JPG File using JASC Image Robot
2
99-08-28
File/Import reduced Pictures 1-12
247

TIP 2 - How to Rename Multiple Files with Windows Explorer
How to Rename Multiple Files with Windows Explorer
1. Start Windows Explorer. To do so, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Windows Explorer.
2. Select multiple files in a folder. To do so, press and hold down the CTRL key while you are clicking files.
3. After you select the files, press F2.
4. Type the new name, and then press ENTER.
NOTE: When you complete the preceding steps, the highlighted state of all files except one disappears, so it may appear as if you are only renaming one file. However, after you press ENTER, all of the files are renamed. When you rename multiple files, all of the renamed files have the same name with a number in parentheses appended to the name to make the new file name unique. For example, if you type BUDGET as the new name, the first file is named BUDGET. All of the remaining selected files are named BUDGET(x), where x is a unique number, starting with (1).


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