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Microsoft Reader

Microsoft Reader is a free, downloadable software application that allows you to read eBooks on Windows-based devices you may already own. Take advantage of a growing marketplace of over 60,000 eBook titles while enjoying the convenience and features of Microsoft Reader

Features

Read about the features that make Microsoft Reader unique…Home page for this..Click here

  1. ClearType
    Patented ClearType display technology revolutionizes on-screen reading.
  2. Bookmarks
    Add electronic bookmarks and use them in powerful ways.
  3. Improved Navigation
    Move easily with your keyboard, mouse, or stylus.
  4. Library
    Catalogue all your eBooks in your personalized “home page.”
  5. Find
    Search for text in any eBook.
  6. Notes
    Add your own notes to any page.
  7. Font Size
    Create large-print eBooks with a single command.
  8. Drawings
    Create free-form drawings on your eBook pages.
  9. Rotate and Resize (Tablet and Windows Mobile)
    Take full advantage of your Tablet or Windows Mobile in either landscape or portrait modes.
  10. Annotations
    Store all your annotations in a single location.
  11. Pan and Zoom Graphics (Tablet PC and Windows Mobile)
    Zoom in to get a close-up view of graphics and pictures.
  12. Highlights
    Call attention to a word or a passage, and find it any time.
  13. Dictionary
    Look up words as you read.

 

July 28, 2010 Posted by | Microsoft, Phone, Reader, Software, Windows 7 phone, Windows phone | | Leave a comment

My new toy – Analog DZ1318

Disel watch

 
Analog  DZ1318
Two watches and a compass in ghostly black-on-black styling that’s hard to miss.
  • Case Size: 56 x 42mm
  • Lug Width: 38mm
  • Movement: Analog – 8171/201 + VC01E
  • Water Resistant: 5 ATM
  • Packaging: Diesel Watch Box
  • Warranty: 2 year international
  • Cool one

    July 28, 2010 Posted by | Personnel | , | Leave a comment

    Why can’t I run Microsoft Dynamics GP via ODBC over a WAN?

    GP2010 beautiful article…from David Musgrave…click here to read more

    July 28, 2010 Posted by | Dynamics GP, GreatPlains 10, GreatPlains 2010, Microsoft, Software, SQL Server | , | Leave a comment

       

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