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Q: Where; can I learn more about desktop publishing?, ,
A: Try; About.com's helpful section, desktoppub.about.com.
Q: Is; there a good search engine for images on the web?, ,
A: Try; diggit.com or ditto.com both do a good job of ferreting out graphics files.
Q: Where; do I go for help on Microsoft products?, ,
A: Many; questions about Windows and Microsoft products can be answered at http://support.microsoft.com. Select the product from the "My search is about:" drop-down box and type a short statement in the "My question is:" box, such as "cookies."
Q: Is; there a shortcut for help on Windows programs?, ,
A: Most; Windows components and applications use F1 as the shortcut key for help. By clicking on the application (or desktop if help is required for Windows) and pressing F1, help is automatically started.
Q: How; do I view Microsoft Knowledge Base articles?, ,
A: To; view a Microsoft Knowledge Base article, simply type mskb, followed by the article number in Internet Explorer 5.5. Note: Internet Explorer's autosearch must be configured to point to MSN.
Q: How; can I make my web page favorites list more manageable?, ,
A: By; right-clicking on your mouse, you can sort your favorites. Left-click Favorites, and then right-click one of your favorites. A menu will appear. Left-click "Sort by Name" and your favorites will be sorted alphabetically.
Q: How; do I access System Properties in Windows 2000?, ,
A: The; System Properties panel in Windows 2000 can be opened by pressing (and holding) the Windows key and then pressing the Break key. Once they are released, up come the Properties.