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Tuesday, February 7, 2017
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Wow!  Our Twitter webinar is tomorrow and our February Seminar is this Saturday.  We hope you'll join us!  Find all the info below.

Have a great rest of the week!

Although I did a webinar on Twitter five years ago (11/16/2011), when  I reviewed the video recording, I felt we need a new webinar.  The old one is still pretty accurate but there have been some changes, especially when it comes to "Settings."  This webinar is called, "Twitter Revisited."  It will be held TOMORROW, Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.  You can sign up for the webinar by clicking the button:
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February Seminar
Our February Seminar will be held THIS Saturday, February 11, 2017.  The subject is "Why Does Everything Happen To Me?" and it will be from 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon at Trinity United Methodist Church in Jensen Beach, FL. Our seminars are still only $8 per person.  Get all the details, including driving directions, by clicking on the View More button.​​​​​​​
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Question of the Week

Question:  "I just tried to print something and it wants me to save a file.  What the heck is going on?"

Answer:  If your printer(s) get disconnected from your computer and you try to print something, the computer will often try to send it to a PDF printer.  A PDF printer isn't a physical printer, it's a virtual printer that saves in PDF format so you can print it later once your real printer is reconnected to your computer.
This is very common when a printer is running wirelessly.  If the printer drops off the Wi-Fi Network (also a common problem), the computer will want to print to a PDF file and will ask you to save the file.  If you see this happen, you know your computer and printer aren't communicating.
One special note: browsers like Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge tend to try to print to the last known printer.  So, if you tried to print and it wanted to save to a PDF file, even after you get your printer hooked up again, it may want to save to the PDF file.  You will have to change the printer in the browser to get it to print again.
We are going to create a video explaining this problem.  Look for it next week!

You still have time before Valentine's Day is here!  Shari's Berries - Yummy! 
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