Restore icon placement 



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DW: "Hi! This is DearWebby at Webby"
Telebimbo: "IS THIS WEBBY INCORPORATED?"
DW: "No. This is DearWebby at Webby"
Telebimbo: "CAN I TALK TO SOMEBODY IN MARKETING?"
DW: "No."
Telebimbo: "I NEED TO TALK TO SOMEBODY IN MARKETING 
       WHO IS IN CHARGE OF PURCHASING ADVERTISING!"
DW: "So?"
Telebimbo: "I REALLY NEED TO TALK TO SOMEBODY IN MARKETING."
DW: "Have you tried taking Ex-Lax?"
Telebimbo: "SIR, I REALLY NEED TO TALK TO SOMEBODY IN MARKETING."
DW: "Well that's tough. Nobody in marketing talks to telebimbos. Try email."
Telebimbo: "WE DON'T HAVE EMAIL. I REALLY NEED TO TALK TO 
        SOMEBODY IN MARKETING." 
DW: "You can use VideoChat, if you don't have email. Just
      put a paper bag over your head."
Telebimbo: "SIR, I REALLY NEED TO TALK TO SOMEBODY IN MARKETING."
DW: "Well that's tough. Nobody in marketing talks to telebimbos. Try email."
Telebimbo: "SIR, WE DO NOT HAVE EMAIL!"
DW: "Well, if you don't have email, and don't have a paper sack
    to cover your head, then why are you phoning me?"      
Telebimbo: "SIR, I REALLY NEED TO TALK TO SOMEBODY IN MARKETING."
DW: "You really should invest in a paper sack. You probably don't look
    too bad with a paper sack over your head. 
    Well, the computer finished booting up. I got to go.
    Don't call us, we'll call you, maybe." Click.

It' amazing how some people figure they can get any business
in today's world while they use last century's methods.

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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Justin Lee Clark, 22, of Canton; Jonathan Lee Earwood, 22, of Canton; and Ashley Caudle, 28, of Marietta, GA Police ID Suspects Accused Of Firing At Cops COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- Police have identified three suspects accused of shooting at Cobb County police during a chase. Justin Lee Clark, 22, of Canton; Jonathan Lee Earwood, 22, of Canton; and Ashley Caudle, 28, of Marietta, were all charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, among a whole lot of other charges. Friday's chase ended with a crash on busy Chastain Road, police said. Investigators said the chase started when a white Honda Civic, driven by Clark, tried to provoke a motorcycle officer by running into his lane. "The motor officer yelled at the car, ‘Hey, what are you doing?’ The suspect, again, encroached on the officer’s lane, the officer initiated a traffic stop and the suspect then fled,” said Cobb County police Officer Michael Bowman. Police said the driver ran a red light, went the wrong way down part of Barrett Parkway, and then raised the stakes. "Sometime between Barrett Parkway and Town Center Mall, there are shots fired at the officer. The motor officer is the only one there; there are no car units there. Per policy, the motor officer is told to disengage the chase,” Bowman said. That's when police said the driver blew by a marked car, which gave chase again and ended when the Honda crashed into another car at Chastain Road. The driver dashed off, but police quickly caught all three suspects. Two guns were found in the car, police said. Contrary to earlier reports that shots were fired at the motorcycle police officer, authorities now say a weapon accidentally discharged inside Clark's car as a passenger was getting a firearm out of his pants.
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Nolan Re: Restore icon placement Dear Webby, My dad plays some weird games on the computer, and he keeps messing with the resolution. The worst is some old flight simulator. After that, all the icons are shuffled all over the place and some can't even be found until I move others. Is there a way to nail the icons down permanently ? Nolan Dear Nolan No, you can't nail them down. When Windows changes the monitor resolution, instead of recalculating icon sizes and placement, it simply trashes that and re-arranges your icons. A System Restore will usually bring them back to where they belong, but that is pretty hot medicine! There is a little freeware program that just saves the desktop settings and lets you restore those. It is called "Save My Desktop", and I have had it on my Tool Box for ages. Just scoot down until you get to a dark green button Save My Desktop on it. Don't worry, it is free. Some of you should be able to download it from here. Once you have it installed, arrange all your icons and desktop features the way you like them, then hit the icon for "Save My Desktop", and select "SAVE". When you need to restore them, hit that icon and select "RESTORE". That's all there is to it. Yes, there are probably a dozen copycat programs, that do the same, and no, I have not tested any of those. "Save My Desktop" has worked fine for me since Windows95. Have FUN! DearWebby
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