Friday, December 28, 2007
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Sunday, December 9, 2007
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Wednesday, December 5, 2007
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HI, Tech geek tricks is a blog of a 14 yr old geek kid from India. He writes about technology,web 2.0,Making money online,Computer tricks and tips,Internet tips and tricks.
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Sunday, November 4, 2007
My last post was how to put save a page as pdf in your site now from the creators of that, there is another feature that you might like that is to convert.
- MS Word (DOC),MS Word (RTF),
- MS Publisher (PUB),
- MS PowerPoint (PPT),MS PowerPoint (PPS)
- MS Excel (XLS),
- HTML (MHT),
- Text (TXT),
- JPG, PNG,BMP,
- TIFF,WMF, EMF
- and GIF to Pdf
go to https://www.pdfonline.com/convert_pdf.asp to see how .
Saturday, November 3, 2007
When you are maintaining a site or a blog the first thing you have to care is your visitors. They should find what they want, then only your blog will be noticed by others, So your blog should have all the features like feeds, comment’s facility....you have to put all sought of gadgets in your blog, now today I am talking about Save a page as pdf gadget in your blog this will allow your blog or site visitor to save any page of your site into a pdf (portable document format)
Now no more introduction let's straight away proceed to the main part
Go to http://savepageaspdf.pdfonline.com/index.asp
Sign up for an account there
Your next step will be to set the Conversion Options for your "Save page as PDF" button.
Now put the information
Paper Orientation: Portrait or Landscape
Paper Margins (Top, Bottom, Left, Right): Specify the paper margins in inches
To see how the PDF is going to look like, simply type the URL of your web page and click on the "Convert to PDF" button.
Tip: You can always use this feature to convert any web page into PDF.
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
this is my font I write my secret message in this way You can create a font of your own just scribble anything in a page and make sure that the new font does't match with the original alphabates like mine a does't match with the new a by the bay you can even give names to the new alphabates like this one
so when you Pronounce my name achute it will sound like wasudalalota.
Monday, October 29, 2007
To change the image of your local drive is easy,
Copy the icon and paste inside the drive which you want to change
In the above code achutestricks.ico is the name of the icon
- Now click on file and on save as
- Put the file name autorun.inf
And the type all files
- Now click on save.
- Now restart the computer to see the changes..
Sunday, October 28, 2007
- open paint
- press ctrl+e
- you will see attributes
and in width put the value 43
and in height put the value 43(we are making a square)
let the unit be pixels
and the colors may be colors
- click ok
- now create your icon
- after creating click on file then save as
Write the file name and then put.ico an end (eg achutestricks.ico)
Let the type be 24-bit Bitmap(*.bmp,*.db)
- Now click on save.
- Your icon is created
Saturday, October 27, 2007
Sunday, October 21, 2007
- Right-click the desktop, and then click Properties.
- In the Display Properties dialog box, click the Desktop tab, and then click Customize Desktop
- In the Desktop icons area in the Desktop Items dialog box, select the desktop icons that you want to appear on your desktop.
- Click OK.
- Click OK again.
- The icons you selected will be displayed on your desktop.
Saturday, October 20, 2007
Well you can, visit to http://www.neuesvon.de/download/funpics-install.exe and save the file
Now install it and open the file and follow the steps
Don’t have time subscribe to my feeds http://feeds.feedburner.com/techgeektricks
Monday, October 15, 2007
When I open my computer it take’s time to load. Manny unnecessary files run on start up which I don’t like. They slow down’s computer loading time, I have found a way to disable some programs running at start up. Check it out!
- 1 Click on start menu,
- 2 Then run,
- 3 Type msconfig and click OK,
- 4 A dialog box named System Configuration Utility will open,
- 5 Click on start up tab,
- 6 UN mark the unnecessary files such as (Yahoo Messenger ,Gtalk, Nero and others........)
NOTE DO NOT JUST UN MARK ANY FILES TAKE CARE OF THOSE WHICH HAVE
/WINDOWS/SYSTEM........ THESE WILL BE SYSTEM FILES.(BY UN MARKING SOME OF THEM MAY LED TO NOT PROPERLY STARTING YOUR PC :-)
- 7 click on apply and then reboot.
- 8 When you open your computer next time you will see a dialog box
- 9 Select don’t show this dialog box again and click OK(or whatever)
- 10 And now the last very important step subscribe to my rss feed or sign up for an e-mail news letter :-) (-:
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
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