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Welcome to these tutorials, many of which were unique concepts when first published!


logic: of presentations

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Computer prompts that annoy

Logic: use Windows to get rid of annoying screen prompts when presenting.

Windows-based laptops usually have software installed that will suppress most of those annoying screen prompts when you are presenting.

In Windows 7 or Windows 8, use the keyboard shortcut Windows key plus X.

Windows options shortcut menu

Click on Mobility Centre and turn on the presentation settings by clicking on the button.

presentation settings dialogue

Notice that if you click on the project up button you get more options. Also, the little? At the bottom right offers help settings. If you do not have Windows Mobility Centre installed check out the following link, which is for Windows 7. Windows Mobility Centre link.

Of course, if you really want power access to all your computer settings try this!

Right click on the desktop and go New, Folder. Paste this code into the folder without quotation marks "GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}". 





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