I don’t think i need to show you how to use the spell check. Most of us have used this feature in email clients, word processing software like MS Word and many other places.
This feature is also available in Dentrix. Next time you are entering the notes in patient record – take a quick look at the ABC icon. Simply click on this icon to check the spelling in your notes. You may also press “alt” plus “number 1” key at the same time.
Have you tried using the Dentrix Screen Capture tool ?
This tool is very similar to “Print Screen Button” available on most standard keyboards. You may find this button coupled with other button. On my keyboard I can see the “insert/print screen” button in the top row of my keyboard, next to f12. Pressing this button (in some machines you may have to press function key + print screen button) will copy the entire screen (everything you see on your current monitor screen). Now you can simply paste the screen in email or in word document. You can also … Read More
Compatibility mode in Windows XP can be quite help full some times. But sometimes it can give you lots of problems. Usually compatibility mode is turned on to support a particular website. I have seen that most sites work better in Google Chrome browser. Therefore, always try opening the site in Google Chrome if you are having trouble with windows explorer.
Now – How to turn off compatibility mode in windows.
Go to Tools – > Compatibility View Settings – >Uncheck Bottom 3 Options
Setting up remote desktop on your server can allow you to control your server from other PC’s connected with your network. This can save you a trip to your wiring closet. Setting up remote desktop on windows server 2008 is fairly easy process. Should take you less than 5 minutes.
Step # 1
Go to Windows Server 2008. Yes, you do need to walk over to your windows server 2008 and log in.
Step # 2
Click on your start menu and type “Remote Desktop” in the search field.
Now select, Allow Remote Access to your computer.
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I started with top 10 list of blogs but there is so much good information available on internet that I had to grow my list. Each one of these blogs offers some very unique educational content. It’s like going to MBA without having to pay for it.
Altos Ventures Blog | http://www.blog.altosventures.com/
Tim Berry |http://timberry.bplans.com/
Steve Blank | http://steveblank.com/
Brad Feld (Foundry Group) | http://www.feld.com/wp/
Seth Godin | http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/
Paul Graham | http://www.paulgraham.com/articles.html
David Hornik | http://www.ventureblog.com/
Ben Horowitz | http://bhorowitz.com/
The Huffington Post| http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/small-business-america
Guy Kawasaki | http://blog.guykawasaki.com/
Paul Kedrosky | http://www.paul.kedrosky.com/
Josh Kopelman / First Round Capital … Read More
The world is becoming increasingly competitive and every minute is counted in terms of money. In the present day situation, advertising and marketing are considered the only two mediums that can be economically very draining as well as can result in huge financial gain. Both of these are unanimously regarded worldwide for their high-end productivity and handsome financial returns. No matter how small a business is, marketing proves to be very helpful in increasing the profits of an organization and is capable of producing remarkable results overnight. Marketing indicates a well formulated and detailed planning that is prepared meticulously, and … Read More
Are you having trouble bringing visitors to your website? You may need to do some search engine optimization. Search engines may seem random, but all of them follow algorithms that look for specific things on websites. This article will give the tips you need to start improving your site for search engines today.
To quickly optimize a blog for search engines, add an SEO (Posicionamiento Web) plug-in. There are a variety of these sorts of plug-ins available for sites, like WordPress and Blogger. These plug-ins will automatically complete standard search engine optimization tasks for you, allowing you to … Read More
A lot of people that upload videos in many cases are focused on learning “how to get views on you tube” and rightly so. However, it is more than the video itself being entertaining, although naturally this matters. People select youtube videos because their thumbnails and titles are utterly irresistible. So ideally, when uploading to Youtube, find the thumbnail scene on your video at the most attractive part.
Interaction around your videos is absolutely crucial to youtube. Youtube values videos which have a great deal of comments, “likes” as well as “dislikes,” because it means there is a lot of interest in the video. So when … Read More
Here are the seven steps of our basic small business marketing plan.
- Seeds vs Leads
- Opportunity vs Actionable Opportunity
- Trial Close vs Close
- Close vs Sale
- Sale vs Customer
- Customer vs Friend
- Friend vs New Seed
Now that you have planted plenty of seeds and have discoverd some good leads, its time to find an opportunity. You may also find it puzzling that leads and opportunity are totally different things. Leads simply means that there is possibility that prospect may have an interest in your product or service. On the other hand, opportunity is defined as qualified lead along with … Read More
This tutorial is for you if you are using DSL connection with Cisco ASA5505 and using hosted VOIP system. You are also experiencing bad call quality. More than likely its the person on the other end of the call who is having hard time hearing you. This is because your router is sending out packets using First In – First Out. If we can tweak the router so that VOIP packets go out first than you will have a much better call quality. I am going to show you how you can do this using Cisco ASA 5505.
First of … Read More