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WEEKLY SIG MEETING UPDATE 18 - 24 APRIL 2010
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Tuesday 20 April - Seniors - G. Grant - 9.30am - 12.30pm
For next Tuesday's Seniors SIG, we will have our usual Q and A session.
I don't have a specific subject for the second half but I'm sure we will find something to talk about such as the numerous computer web sites that members visit and find interesting.
Tuesday 20 April - Genealogy - T.Eakin - 12.30pm - 3.30pm
This will be the conclusion of Researching Australian Ancestors, the third part of the expansive research topic. The paper will be emailed to members before the SIG on Tuesday.
Friday 23 April - Digital Photography - P Collard - 9.30am - 12.30pm
With Peter Collard on holidays this month, Roger Foulds has volunteered to lead the SIG and has prepared the following agenda.
At the Communications SIG we installed the Club's Logitech Web Cam on both the Win7 and the XP systems. We tested it by making a 1 minute movie and played it back. We not only saw the picture but also
we could hear the sound!
Tip of the Week
Copy Plain Text - Firefox Add-on - ever copied something and been annoyed that the text formatting (bold, font size, etc) came with it? This extension gives you an option to copy text without the formatting. It can even be set it to trim extra space in and around the copied text.
So until next week, health and happiness.
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