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NE Ohio Computer Guy

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118 Articles (full articles, general posts, and/or blog topics).

These Articles are organized by our community groups then by our knowledge base sub-topics.

Group: C++


Topic: C++

This article discusses the Borland C++ 5.02 coding I used to create a dialog screen that shows the current date, day of week and time.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103849, KB Topic: C++
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Topic: Classic C Language

This article describes the procedural C programming for an old MS-DOS based application to scroll and page rows of records in a list retrieved from a binary text file.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102798, KB Topic: Classic C Language
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This article describes the procedural C programming for an old MS-DOS based application to perform text based word processing.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102799, KB Topic: Classic C Language
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Group: C# (Visual C# & VS.Net)





Topic: C#

This article describes a C# module I created that will generate an inventory transaction report.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104922, KB Topic: C#
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This article discuss a C# programming technique I used to create a color coded method for performing double entry postings to my Chart of Accounts software.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104913, KB Topic: C#
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This article discuss a C# programming technique I used to create a method for performing double entry postings to my Chart of Accounts software that is modularized by type of transaction. The customer I designed this for advocated this idea, because it was similar to what he was already doing with pen and paper.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104914, KB Topic: C#
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This article describes how I designed a C# Windows form with add, edit and delete capability.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104923, KB Topic: C#
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This article discusses the C# coding I created to make a Fibonnacci Spiral App for Windows Phone.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104912, KB Topic: C#
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This article describes the C# coding I used to create a module for automatic data back up.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104921, KB Topic: C#
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This article describes how I populate a combo box control in C# and designate the default selection.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104911, KB Topic: C#
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This article is about C# programming I use to insert commas into string variables containing large numerical amounts.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104908, KB Topic: C#
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This article describes C# coding I use to shuffle a deck of playing cards.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104920, KB Topic: C#
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This article discusses three C# input masks I have used in my program design.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104918, KB Topic: C#
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Group: Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding





Topic: Paradox & ObjectPAL

This article discusses a technique I use to quickly create new Paradox reports that are similar to existing ones.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102387, KB Topic: Paradox & ObjectPAL
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Topic: Paradox Tables

A simple fix for Paradox data tables appearing totally black in data table view mode.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102547, KB Topic: Paradox Tables
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Topic: ObjectPAL Coding

This article discusses what seemed to initially be a Corel Paradox programming glitch in objectPAL language that was actually something completely different.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103851, KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
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This article discusses a technique I use to create ObjectPAL queries that can easily be modified for other purposes such as customized reporting.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102710, KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
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This article will discuss an ObjectPAL coding technique I use to send out an email blast from a Paradox data table of email addresses via a third party email client.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102712, KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
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An alternate solution for a Corel Paradox query that fails to yield accurate results due to a huge number of records in a data table.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102670, KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
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Topic: OPAL: Reports

This is a useful report I made using the Paradox ObjectPAL coding to create a listing of top customers for a specific sales representative along with an order date range input. It’s a good insight into who your sales people are selling to and how much in a given time period.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102493, KB Topic: OPAL: Reports
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This article describes a Paradox ObjectPAL ordering trend reporting program I made that accepts a purchase order date range and a non-purchase order date range. It will report customers who bought during the purchase time period, but not during the non-purchase time period. There are 2 versions of this report. The older version uses only ObjectPAL Tcursors to perform the processing. The newer one incorporates programmatically executed queries in addition to Tcursors. The purpose of this report is to reveal those customers with declining sales.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102393, KB Topic: OPAL: Reports
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Group: Visual FoxPro





Topic: Visual FoxPro (VFP)

This article discusses a real life example of how I used obsolete technology to revive a Visual Foxpro manufacturing database that was attacked by viruses.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102741, KB Topic: Visual FoxPro (VFP)
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Group: Website Design & Hosting





Topic: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

This article describes a cascading style sheet coding technique I use to format uncommon fonts that are not included in the Windows font manager.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102740, KB Topic: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
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Topic: Website Scripting

This article describes a technique I use in HTML to perform redirection to other web pages.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104917, KB Topic: Website Scripting
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Group: JavaScript and AJAX





Topic: JavaScript and AJAX

This article describes a technique I have used in JavaScript to print the contents of a web page in a neat and readable fashion. When site visitors try to print a page using CONTROL P or File then Print, the output on the printer is typically messy and illegible.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104916, KB Topic: JavaScript and AJAX
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This article describes the JavaScript code I use to run a slideshow of images.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104919, KB Topic: JavaScript and AJAX
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Topic: OOP

This article describes a JavaScript coding technique I use to avoid reciprocal linking between web pages.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103866, KB Topic: OOP
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Group: PHP & Delphi for PHP





Topic: PHP

This article shows how PHP can be used to access a MySQL database to retrieve data for a scroll list. Here, I will discuss one that lists 12 rows at a time on a web page.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102648, KB Topic: PHP
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Group: Coding & OO





Topic: Programming

This article discusses three reasons I like to use fixed width text files in my C, C++ and C# application programs.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102848, KB Topic: Programming
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Group: Computer Tech





Topic: Backup Software

This is a free software utility that will image your disk easily and reliably so you can restore everything and have it look and function exactly the same on a replacement hard drive. It runs on a variety of Windows operating systems.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104873, KB Topic: Backup Software
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Topic: Computer Tech

This is a story about a PC repair encounter I recently had where two unrelated problems made it impossible to fix the computer.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102846, KB Topic: Computer Tech
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This is a story about a computer troubleshooting encounter I recently had that definitely had its share of surprises.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104899, KB Topic: Computer Tech
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This article discusses how the “System Image Backup” feature in Microsoft Windows Control Panel can save you from untold wasted time and aggravation in the event of a catastrophic hard disk crash.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103848, KB Topic: Computer Tech
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Topic: Hardware

This story describes a real life experience I had with a computer that had more than one problem with it.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102804, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article describes two PC troubleshooting encounters I had where the outcomes became intertwined with one another.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102683, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article discusses an “app generator” from the 1990s before we had modern apps. It is used to make a simple bar code scanning app for Toyota Denso BarCode Handy Terminal infrared scanning devices.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102832, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article describes a quick, economical way to get up and running after a PC with a viable hard disk fails due to defective electronic components.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102686, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article describes steps for replacing a damaged LCD display in a PC laptop computer.

 

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102729, KB Topic: Hardware
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This describes the steps I took aided by photos of how I replaced the LCD screen in a laptop computer.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102829, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article describes how a USB data transfer cable with 3 different sockets can be used to recover data from a software crash on a hard drive.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102841, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article discusses something I have noticed in my computer repair appointments that have convinced me that laptop pc manufacturers have a master plan for getting you to buy more of their laptops.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102847, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article discusses how storage media has improved dramatically since the early 1990s.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102839, KB Topic: Hardware
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This is a story about a recent troubleshooting appointment I went on where the laptop computer’s “power jack didn’t work, so to speak”.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104889, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article discusses a real life example of how I got more computer for myself at a lower cost.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102811, KB Topic: Hardware
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This article talks about a PC repair encounter where I needed to be more resourceful than usual to fix the problem.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102815, KB Topic: Hardware
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Topic: RAM

This article describes an online test you can run on your PC to detect the correct type of memory it will use as well as the maximum amount.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102675, KB Topic: RAM
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This article discusses a technique I use to quickly remedy dark computer monitor problems in many cases.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103861, KB Topic: RAM
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Topic: Software

This article discusses some tips for maintaining your PC so it will run more efficiently.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102730, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses how to deal with malware that prevents Windows program icons from running.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102722, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes in detail three useful software utilities for PC users that are available for download at no charge to you.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102805, KB Topic: Software
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Burn4free is a free DVD burning program you can download.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103868, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes a free utility you can download that will format your Windows 10 Start menu to give it a pre-Windows 8 look.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102734, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes a computer troubleshooting appointment I recently had that shows how I could sense a solution to a perplexing problem by way of my developed “basketball court vision”.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104882, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses the features of a free PDF editing resource on the internet called PDFescape.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103867, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes a Windows system registry cleaner that does a good job and is free for you to download.

 

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102731, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes how to use the Freebyte ZIP free archiving utility software.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102803, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses a real life troubleshooting encounter that I resolved by manipulating the network drive mappings.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102821, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes a software package you can download for free that offers a great variety of utility software you can use for many PC troubleshooting problems.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102687, KB Topic: Software
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The Hitman Pro software is effective at ridding your PC of the neopoptab.com malware.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102823, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses the steps I had to take to rescue an Outlook PST file from disk sector errors.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103855, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes PDFBinder, a free software utility that helps you to merge multiple PDF files together into a single document.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104875, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes how to use Virtual Machine software to make old MS DOS programs run on the newer Windows operating systems.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102818, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses an unconventional and manual technique I sometimes use to flush out malware that escapes conventional scanning programs.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103865, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes how I set the IP address of an Epson receipt printer.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104915, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses how I solved a printer driver installation problem.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102806, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes how “SyncIOS Mobile Data Transfer for Windows” software utility can facilitate the transfer of data between two mobile devices saving you much headache and hassle in the process.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102834, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses how to implement router port forwarding or port triggering so you can have a camera view of a remote location such as a convenience store or restaurant on any PC, smartphone or tablet from anywhere.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102835, KB Topic: Software
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IM-Magic Partition Resizer (Free Version) is a software utility that is very easy to install. It uses a visual interface that allows you to easily resize a hard disk partition to your liking.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104874, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses a troubleshooting appointment I recently had where the customer’s Microsoft Outlook could send emails, but not receive them. A message appeared that said Outlook had reached its capacity.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104884, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes how to restore the sound on a computer when the audio driver is correctly installed, but the sound is still not working.

 

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102723, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes one of my PC troubleshooting encounters that required a little more thinking and effort than usual.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102676, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses how R-Studio NTFS software can be used to rescue damaged or missing files on your hard drive.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102822, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes a remedy I have used to address the issue of random web page redirection.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102684, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses how to fix a printing problem associated with error 0x00000709.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103863, KB Topic: Software
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This article talks about how you can still run old MS DOS based software on the newer Windows and the pitfalls that come with it.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102842, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes a good, highly versatile spyware scanner I use to chase out pesky problems on ailing PCs.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102685, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses a Windows registry fix to make your PC see a connected DVD drive that isn’t otherwise being detected by the operating system.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102677, KB Topic: Software
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The FileHippo website offers a wide selection of software you may download for free.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102728, KB Topic: Software
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Free DBXtract is available at no charge and it can recover emails from corrupted Outlook Express .dbx files.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102678, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses the features of the www.Online-Convert.com for converting a variety of files to different formats.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103862, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes a cloud based software utility for quickly viewing PDF documents stored on a website called Google Docs Viewer.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104876, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses a software utility called “ShadowExplorer” that could potentially, depending on the situation, recover many of your files that had been encrypted by the vicious ransomware, “Cryptowall”.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102833, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses a project I took on that culminated with the software vendor assisting me with recreating a 15 year old program installation.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104898, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses why I think the US government’s DO NOT CALL download data files should be structured better so most people can import them into commonly used database programs.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103858, KB Topic: Software
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The Windows operating system has never offered a means of controlling the amount and type of software a PC can run relative to its processing power and memory.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102746, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses three different coding language methods to orchestrate sent email from within applications.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104907, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses the “Printfil” software utility that can be used to make a MS DOS based application re-direct output meant for the LPT port to a modern Windows host printer.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102830, KB Topic: Software
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This article describes Free Online Image Editor that will assist you with editing your graphical images in a variety of ways.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102820, KB Topic: Software
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This article discusses how I was able to change the D: drive with the Windows installation on it to the C: drive, while preserving the Windows installation that had been installed to the D: drive.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102836, KB Topic: Software
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This article cites a real life example of one of my PC troubleshooting encounters where not remembering to do one little step can make a big difference in the outcome.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102814, KB Topic: Software
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Group: Computer Industry





Topic: Computer Industry

This is a philosophical article that makes the point that business opportunities are often brief and fleeting in nature.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102817, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses the benefits of buying printer ink on eBay for significant financial savings compared to what you pay in the brick and mortar stores for the same item.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102828, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This is an article about why I think email is the perfect medium for confronting and effectively dealing with bad customers in the computer business or any business.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102812, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article uses the real life story of Napoleon’s attempted invasion of Russia to help illustrate how to gain an advantage in business with minimal material assets.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102810, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article cites some examples of how some of the best business opportunities I’ve found seemed to appear under the most unlikely circumstances.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102813, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses how I leverage my PC troubleshooting business to help me select the right kind of software design business so I only work for the right people.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102840, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses the pros and cons of letting kids have iPad tablets.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102809, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses how change is a inevitable in technology.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102819, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses the circumstances that would make mass market or customized software the right choice for a business.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102831, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article talks about a difficulty I have experienced on several occasions with trying to reset Microsoft account passwords.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103870, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article makes the case that offense and defense are equally important facets to running a business.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102827, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses how business policy can determine whether or not a company survives.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102808, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses some ghastly things I have seen in the computer business that can take on a life of their own similar to the Stephen King novel, “Christine”.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102816, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses a recent job assignment that nearly ended in failure without a very minor software adjustment.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104883, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article describes something I have experienced over my years of designing custom software and how I harness it for protection in my business dealings.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104900, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article is a philosophical narrative about how to become a strong presence in the search engine result pages.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102807, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article describes my rational for refusing to use a fixed price labor contract for my programming services any longer.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102800, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article uses the 1993 “Win-Hold-Win” military strategy to help illustrate how one can become more marketable in the computer industry.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102825, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article makes the case for having multiple marketing techniques for procuring new business, rather than just one or two.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102826, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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This article discusses why you cannot just rest on your laurels after your website is ranked on the first search results page in Google.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #102824, KB Topic: Computer Industry
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Group: American I.T. Workforce





Topic: American I.T. workforce

This article describes how I use my Terms of Service web page to stay in control of my software design projects throughout the design process from start to finish.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104910, KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
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This article discusses how I created a new contract for running my custom software design business after encountering too many problems with the prior way I was transacting business.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104909, KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
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This article discusses the importance of connecting with the right customers for software design projects.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104906, KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
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Group: Microsoft Access





Topic: Access & VBA

This article discusses a programming technique I used in a Microsoft Access database application to display a multiple page PDF document and make it position itself at a specific page.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103857, KB Topic: Access & VBA
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Group: Website Owners





Topic: Internet Marketing

This article describes my real life experience with finding customers on The Google Local 3 Pack.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103869, KB Topic: Internet Marketing
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Topic: Website Owners

This article discusses some bad search engine optimization practices that should be avoided.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104905, KB Topic: Website Owners
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This article discusses using Google Trends to select positively trending keyword phrases to optimize your web pages.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #104903, KB Topic: Website Owners
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Seobook has a useful keyword density analyzer for quickly scanning any web page.

Posted By NE Ohio Computer Guy, Post #103864, KB Topic: Website Owners
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