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Screen Image Capture
You can capture the content displayed on your computer screen by pressing the print scr button on your keyboard.  To capture only an active window displayed on your screen, press alt+print scr.

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Sending Blind Copies in E-mail:

Send blind copies of your e-mail when you do not want the primary addressee(s) to know that you have sent the e-mail to anyone else.

To send a blind copy...
On the AOL toolbar, click Write.
In the Send To: box, type the e-mail address(es) of the primary recipients(s).
In the Copy To: box, type the e-mail address(es) of the recipient(s) of blind copies in parentheses.

For Example...
(aolmember1, aolmember2, aolmember3)
In the Subject: field, type a subject line for your e-mail.
In the message box, type your e-mail message.
When you have finished, click Send Now.
(Or click Send Later, if you are working offline.)

Notes...
All of the recipients of your e-mail can receive blind copies:
You do not have to designate a primary recipient.

Recipients of blind copies will not see the names of others who received blind copies.

As the sender of the e-mail, you will always see all names on the e-mail (even those who received blind courtesy copies) -- Whether you look in your online e-mail box, or in your offline mailbox, or if one of the e-mails recipients forwards a copy of the e-mail back to you.



 Don't know where a Download went?
...Try this, it might  find it.

1) Click on the Start button, then
2) Click on Find...
3) Click on Files or Folders, then
4) Check your C drive first...
5) In the Named: box, type in the name of the download, then
6) Click on Find Now,
7) This should locate the file for you...
       (it's usually best not to type in the whole extension
           because other files might have the same extensions)
8) If this does find the file, notice the Path (location)


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