Interested in printing a web page, but only want a certain section? Both Mozilla and Internet Explorer make this easy. Simply highlight the desired section, click on File, Print. In this dialog box there are choices for Print Range. Choose Selection:
Click OK, and you'll get a print out of your selection.
A secure, memorable password is easy for you to remember, and hard for others to guess.
Everywhere you turn you've got to come up with a password to register for something or another. Whether it's the dozens of web sites that require you log in to use them, or your ATM card PIN, or your wireless network login, how do you decide on a new password? More importantly, how do you remember it?
Lifehacker has an excellent article on how to choose great passwords.
We've all gotten error messages in Windows, and we generally all take the same approach to solving the problem: by searching the contents of the message in Google. The annoying part is that you can't select and copy text in the error message box, so you have to try manually typing out the error message.
Search and replace works for more than just text content. In Microsoft Word, you can search and replace how text looks, too. For example, you can make all the bolded text italicized instead. The secret knob is the More dropdown in the Search and Replace dialog box.