Did you miss me?
I have been busy this past month and would like to update you on my recent activities.
In February we participated in the very successful annual KONP Home Show. I had a lot of fun meeting and chatting with some of you. It’s always a great feeling to know that people appreciate you for making their life just a little bit easier.
I learned this one trick just recently. Use the magnifier to see the screen bigger.
Not to long ago one of my customers bought a new “big” screen TV to use as a monitor. His reason was to be able to read better. Unfortunately, as the monitors got bigger, the pixels (light dots that make up the text and graphics) became smaller. The tighter dots on the screen made text appear smaller.
The magnifier on windows may behave a little differently on the different versions of windows but try this:
Hold the “Windows” key. It looks like a flag and it is usually between the ALT and Ctrl Keys on the left hand side of your keyboard.
With the windows key held down, press the plus (+) key. This will zoom in to your screen.
To pan around the screen (because it will grow bigger than the visual area) move your mouse to the edges of your screen.
Repeat as necessary.
To zoom out, hold the windows key and press the minus (-) key when you are back to normal (100% view) you can close the magnifier by clicking on it and closing it the usual way.
When you have multiple windows open and you want to switch between them quickly, hold the Alt key then press the TAB key. Keep you alt key pressed as you continue to press the TAB key repeatedly. You will be cycling through the programs or windows that are open.
To select another window, focus on it with the Alt + TAB then release the keys.
Using the combination of keys will allow you to quickly go from say, Word read a value, switch to Excel type the value, and back again. All without using your mouse.
Try it and let me know how it works out for you.
In the hopper:
I have started filming my new video training series. I have so many ideas for this new project – I can’t stand it, I am so excited! There is going to be a premium training series and lots of free quick tutorials on the website. So stay tuned, sign up and send me your questions.
I will start with “What Would Juan Do? Wednesday.” This free video series will answer the question WWJDW? from you, the viewers and readers of askjuan.net.
Another product I have been working on is an automated Malware detector and remover. I have tested with several of my customers’ infected computers and the results have been very promising. If you would like to help me develop this program, I am making this “privilege” available for $99. In return I will fix your computer if you are experiencing excessive pop-ups. I will be using my development copy to clean it up. I will be using your computer as a live-trial specimen.
Why should you pay me $99 to “try” something on you, you ask? Because you love me. Because you believe in me. Because you feel I provide you value. I don’t think there is an adequate price for what I do for you; there is only the perception of value. So if you feel that it is worth $99 to help me develop something that may end up helping many others, please do so. If you don’t feel that it is worth it, don’t. I am okay with that.
If you have a computer that is riddled with pop-ups, see unrelated ads in your search bar, and you want to help me out, reply to this email with your phone number and the best time for me to call. Don’t for get to tell me you are interested in “helping me out.”
I am making this offer available until March 21st while the program is in development. Hop on board and get yourself an amazing deal before time runs out. Here are my new prices after the $99 rate expires:
New tools – Faster service
$200 for SAME DAY fixes. This price is for people who bring in their computers before 10AM.
$175 for ONE DAY fixes. This means we have 24 hours to complete the project you give us.
$150 for STANDARD time fixes. This means your computer will be fixed in 2-3 business days.
Again, I’d like to thank all of you for subscribing to my newsletter. It really means a lot to me. I’d also like to thank you for reading all the way to the bottom; now you know you can save BIG by helping me develop my software.
I want to thank you for being a loyal subscriber. My goal this year is to double the amount of people I can help with the information I provide freely each month.
For that to happen, I need your help. If you know someone who might benefit from these valuable tips, please tell them about askjuan.net and encourage them to sign up. Here’s the link to sign up: http://askjuan.net/newsletter/?1402
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