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Dear --FNAME--,

Welcome to this edition of our Question of the Week email.  If you live on the Treasure Coast, I just want to remind you that TOMORROW, Saturday, June 14, 2014, is our last live seminar before our summer break.  You can read all the details below.  We're going to be giving away two more tickets for Cinderella plus we have some other special giveaways!  Hope you can join us!

Happy computing!

John

 
 
 
 
 
Question Of The Week * June 13, 2014
 
 
 
 

Our last seminar before the summer break is TOMORROW, Saturday, June 14, 2014.  We'll be discussing what to do about your computing devices while on vacation, during the threat of bad weather and a number of other interesting things!  Joyce will be making her breakfast casseroles plus we'll have some very special giveaways!  Please join us and bring a friend.  No need to register ahead of time, just show up!


Here's all the info you need:


What:  "It's A Grand Old Flag" seminar

When:  Saturday,

June 14, 2014

10:00 a.m.-12 Noon

Where:

Trinity United Methodist Church

2221 NE Savannah Rd

Jensen Beach, FL 34957

(Click on address for map.)

Cost:  $8 per person

 
 
 
 
 

Our June webinars have been announced.  Our first webinar is: Email Address Book: Why You Aren't Using It To Its Potential.  The second webinar is: Ebay and Other Auctions Online.  For all the information you'll need and to sign up, please view our blog post HERE.


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Question Of The Week


Question:  My daughter was here with her Mac computer last week and I saw her using something called "Reader."  What is it, how does it work and can I get it for my Windows PC?

Answer:  The Reader tool to which our customer is referring is actually a function of the Safari browser and not the computer's OS (Operating System).  In other words, if you have the Safari browser installed, the Reader option is there regardless whether the computer is a Mac or a Windows PC.


The Reader icon appears in the Safari address bar (see the photo above) whenever you are viewing a website which contains a story as the main focus.  By clicking on the Reader icon, the story is brought forward on the screen and is separated from the ads and other material which may appear on the website.  Once the Reader is activated, you can zoom the text in or out, email the page to someone or print out just the story simply by using the icons which appear at the bottom of the Reader window.  This is a great option which reduces the "noise" on a page when all you want to do is read the story.


Although it's not our video, here is a short (under 2 minutes) video which demonstrates the Reader function:  click HERE.  (Ignore the part about it being on a Mac and/or downloading it.)


Feel free to email us if you have any questions regarding our answer.  Just send an email to: qotw@4kcc.com.


 
 
 
 
 
 
If you live on the Treasure Coast, we want to remind you that the St. Lucie School Board will be presenting Cinderella June 18-22, 2014.  You may know that Joyce is the Choral Director and plays keyboard for the production.  We have tickets remaining for some of the shows.  You can purchase tickets from us at the seminar or call us at 772-408-4425 to find out what show times we have available.  You can also visit the website by clicking on the Cinderella picture above.
 
 
 
 
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