Adjusting Newsletter Font Size

I've had some folks who have written this past week asking that I make the font in the newsletters larger so it is easier to read. My typical response is to suggest that the size of the font is under the control of their e-mail client, and I send them to this page which has information on how to make the newsletters more readable:

https://www.tips.net/viewingtips.html

If you have any additions you'd like to see on that particular page, let me know. Otherwise, keep it handy in case you need some ideas on how to view the newsletters better.

—Allen
     

WindowsTips for 16 October 2017

Getting organized
 Creating Your Own File Folders

In the general course of using your system, you will likely create many new files. It's a good idea to organize your files using folders so they can be easily found and accessed. By creating your own file folders you can add to the default Windows folder/subfolder structure.

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Files
 Checking the Archive Attribute with Robocopy

Robocopy can work on files according to each file's attributes. This tip shows you how to use Robocopy to only copy files that have the Archive attribute set.

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Pay a Visit to Formville

Need invoices, statements, receipts, applications, and hundreds of other business forms you can put to use right away? How about if you can get those forms for free? Discover what awaits you in Formville, your destination for free printable business forms.

 
User accounts
 Changing Your Windows 8 Account Picture

Want to personalize your Windows 8 experience a bit more? One way is by attaching a picture to your account, as discussed in this tip.

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