EM Client is a great choice to replace outlook if you don’t want to purchase Microsoft Office. Activation should be straightforward, here is a breakdown.
First go to the EM Client registration page HERE. Once registered your license number will be shown on the page and also emailed to you.
Here are screenshots of how to insert your license.
Follow this link and read carefully: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201295
I recently came accross this problem and this is the solution I found.
- Go to the App Store and install the HP ePrint app
- When you start the app registration is optional. You will also need to grant permission for it to access your photos etc.
- Once done you can go to photos via this app and choose the photo you want to print.
- There is a toolbar above the photo where you can change preferences before printing and one of these is paper size – in my case I changed it from A5 to A4.
There’s nothing worse than your printer deciding it won’t work. The humble, home, multifunctional printer has become very cheap and is rarely worth spending money on it to get it fixed. However there are occasions where an easy fix is at hand and I will share here the fixed I have used over the years.
If your printer is working but not printing properly then do the following:
- Clear any paper jam
- Use the maintenance tools on the computer. Hp has the ‘solution Centre’ or an icon on the desktop or a little shortcut for the printer. All printers have a software package installed that gives you tools to use to solve problems.
- Also there is usually additional help on line. Go to the manufacturers website and search for your printer in their support section, there will be suggestions there to help you get going again.
- If all that fails and you are still none the wiser perhaps a more technically minded friend might help. Otherwise you can always replace the printer and advertise those unused ink cartridges on your local freecycle site unless your new printer takes the same ones.
Some of the small office printers have an Ethernet port as well as a USB port and more than once I have found the USB cable plugged in to to Ethernet port. It will go in but of course it does nothing, plugged into its rightful place the printer often bursts into life and produces multiple copies of whatever the owner was repeatedly trying to print.
There are times when wireless technology just does is own thing. If you have had a good old fiddle and can’t figure why your wi-fi printer does not respond then try the following;
- Turn the printer off.
- Turn the computer off.
- Turn the broadband hub / router off and wait a good 30 secs.
- Turn the broadband hub / router back on and wait until all the lights have settled and it’s connected.
- Turn the printer back on.
- Turn the computer back on.
For some reason the Wi-Fi signal gets jammed or lost between the devices and this will usually restore it.
Have you ever wished you could do this? If you like to use webmail, and by that I mean logging into your email from a web browser such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge then you may have noticed just how frustrating it is to start a new tab to log into a second email account only to find you are automatically taken to the inbox of the account you are already logged into. This problem gets worse when you are using something like a Microsoft surface or a Chromebook or a Windows 10 machine where you log into it with your account details and thus are automatically swept into your inbox as soon as you type the mail address into the address bar. The trick is to open what’s called an ‘incognito window’ or ‘private window’. See the pictures below as an example in Google Chrome.
In this first picture you will note the three horizontal lines on the top right, this is what to click on for Chrome’s main menu. From here you can click on ‘New incognito window’ and you will then get what you see below.
The beauty of this is that it gives you a clean browser window, much like having two Chrome browsers running at the same time. Now you can log into another webmail account provided by the same organisation be it Outlook, yahoo, GMX or gmail or any other. If you are using Firefox, Safari or any other browser then you will find the same option from the main menu, just find it and click on it.
TIP: The three lines, or three dots indicating a menu are widely used across many mobile platforms. It may seem obvious but I come across many folks who never knew it existed, in an instant they can do more.
Some people prefer this method and others simply find it easier. In a nutshell – a single press of the power button can both turn it on and off. I have created a PDF version of this and a powerpoint presentation, both show you the same thing. They show you clearly each screen and what to do. This was made for Windows 10 but the actual control panel instructions are much the same for Windows 7 & 8.1.
If you need a copy of Adobe reader you can get that here
If you need a copy of Microsoft’s Powerpoint viewer you can get that here