Posts made in February, 2014

Java 7 Update 51+ – Add a URL to the Exception Site List – Level:Beginner

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Add a URL to the Exception Site List The exception site list is managed in the Security tab of the Java Control Panel. The list is shown in the tab. To add, edit or remove a URL from list, Click Edit Site List and follow the directions shown. Add a URL Click on the Edit Site List button. Click the Add in the Exception Site List window. Click in the empty field under Location field to enter the URL.  Example: http://myexample.com (Note: URL should begin with http:// or https://) Click OK to save the URL that you entered. Click Continue on the Security Warning dialog.

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Microsoft Outlook 2013 – Manually Add New Account – Level:Intermediate

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Manually Add New Account Note: To complete these steps, you will need to know your email address, password, incoming mail server name, and outgoing mail server name that is provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). To configure the Internet email account manually, follow these steps in the Add New Account dialog box: Click the Manual setup or additional server types check box, and then click Next. Click POP or IMAP, and then click Next. Under User Information , configure the following settings: In the Your Name box, type your full name. In the Email Address box, type your full email address. Note: Your ISP provides this information. Under Server Information,...

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Ubuntu 12.04 – How to Install Software from the Command Line – Level:Beginner

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How to Install Software from the Command Line Install a Package: Installation of packages using the apt-get tool is quite simple. For example, to install the network scanner nmap, type the following: sudo apt-get install nmap

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Microsoft Excel 2013 – Fill Cells with a Series by Using the Fill Handle – Level:Beginner

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Fill cells with a series by using the fill handle Select the first cell in the range that you want to fill. Type the starting value for the series. Type a value in the next cell to establish a pattern. For example, if you want the series 1, 2, 3, 4, 5…, type 1 and 2 in the first two cells. If you want the series 2, 4, 6, 8…, type 2 and 4. If you want the series 2, 2, 2, 2…, you can leave the second cell blank. Select the cell or cells that contain the starting values. Drag the fill handle  across the range that you want to fill. To fill in increasing order, drag down or to the right. To fill in decreasing order, drag up or to the...

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