This page is full of tidbits that may be useful to you in a variety of situations.

Click on the title of any of the following one sheet tips to view and download a printable copy. They are contain instructions, tips and philosophies that can help you get through your tricky and not so tricky technology situations. Every computer varies, every user varies and whether we like it or not things change and the instructions will not fit your situation exactly, but they can help offer clues on how to do what you want to do. If you find that you need just a bit more help we can schedule a Tech Tackle to get you past what ever your technology is throwing at you.


Many of these are considered common knowledge among most computer users, but I have found that, more often than not, there is something in each sheet that even the fluent computer user didn’t know before.

Vocabulary basic  – Learn the terms to understand your computer better

Cut and Paste – This is one of the most useful features of computer use. once Mastered Cut and paste can be used between programs and the same skill applied to many different technologies.

On Off – Visual instruction on the proper way to shut down your computer

Play Solitare – Solitare is one of the funnest and best ways to gain and practice mouse skills. But watch out, it can be addictive.

Mouse Keyboard – Anatomy definitions and tricks for using your mouse and keyboard.

Open Programs – How to open the programs you want.

Outlook Signatures – Add a custom signature to your e-mails.

How To-iPad connect to wifi – Connect your iPad to the internet from anywhere

How To-iPad Functions – Basic Function buttons on the iPad

Feel free to leave a message below and let me know what instruction sheets you would like to see next.

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