Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Adjusting The Printer Margins In Outlook Express

Outlook Express is an email program that is provided by the Microsoft Corporation. This very simple, easy to use program allows the users get the most from a basic email client program. However, there is one glitch in this program that users may often come across. Sometimes the letters or words in the left or right margins will be cut when you try to print the document. The Outlook Express help tips that are shared below will help you to get rid of the printing problem in Outlook Express program.

  • Turn On your computer and wait until the PC boots up completely. Open the Microsoft Outlook Express program and select the Print option under the File menu. Click on Preferences and choose Borderless Printing if you wish to print photos. The Minimize Margins option allows the printer to do the printing close to the bottom of the page. Click on the OK button after you have made the selection or on the Cancel button if you do not want either choice.
  • You need not get frustrated when you find that there is no printer margin setting in the Outlook Express program. If you have downloaded the Outlook Express program as part of the Internet Explorer web browser, you can change the margins in the Explorer window to change the margins in Outlook program.
  • Open the Internet Explorer web browser, click on the File tab on the top of the menu bar and select Page Setup. In the page setup window, you will be able to find the margin settings at the bottom of the task window. You can make the changes to the margin settings and then click on the OK button.
  • Select Print Preview under the File tab. The Print Preview has a Page Setup button from where you can make the margin settings.
  • Click on the OK button to get back to the Print Preview window and verify how your margins look. You can make the adjustments as needed.
  • You can print the file after adjusting the printer margins accordingly. 
These are the steps to adjust the printer margins in the Outlook Express program. If you have any more doubts on the steps that are explained above, you can contact the Outlook Express help and support team. They will be able to help you to complete the steps without encountering any Outlook errors.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Searching For An Email In Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager included in the Microsoft Office Suite. It is widely recognized as an email client application, and appreciated for its simple tools for email management. Outlook also allows configuring of multiple email accounts to it and manage separate accounts in a single interface.
With multiple email accounts synced in Outlook, there will be loads of emails piled up in the program. Thus, scrolling through the pages for a particular email might seem a bit upsetting. However, with Outlook search feature, you can easily find the required email, no matter how old it is. The following instructions as drafted by the Outlook help center team would guide you in the matter.

Steps to follow

  • Launch Microsoft Outlook on your computer by clicking on the desktop shortcut button for the application. If you have not created a shortcut link for Outlook, go to the Microsoft Office folder in the Start menu to find the Microsoft Office Outlook link.
  • Select the specific folder, in which the required email is located. Enter a search query in the Search box located at the top of the Outlook application window. Go to the Search Options and deselect the Display search results as I type when possible option.
  • Go through the search results page and locate the email that contains the required information. If there are too many emails in the results page, add some more keywords in the Search box for advanced search.
  • Click on the Expand the Query Builder option in the search results page, and enter respective keywords in From, Body, Subject and To fields.
  • If you wish to narrow the search results further, click on the Add Criteria button, and enter search queries that may be helpful in searching the specific email. The criteria will be updated for future needs in the search query syntax field.
  • If you do not find the specific email by narrowing the search, roll back to normal search mode by selecting the Try searching again in All Mail items option, located at the bottom of the search results page.
  • You can also use the Ctrl + Alt + A shortcut keys or click on the All mail items link under Mail Folders button to extend the search. 

The above Outlook help instructions show how to search for an older email in your Outlook email client application. For any further assistance with the program, contact Outlook experts over our toll-free number.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Procedure To Troubleshoot Networking Using Sonicwall & Windows Vista

After Windows XP, Microsoft Windows made drastic changes to the usual Windows Operating System. Windows Vista is far different when compared to XP, the User Interface, security all are refreshingly different.

If you are a Vista user and facing Vista problems related to security like viruses, spam and hackers, then Sonicwall is a line of hardware and software solutions, which is very handy in protecting your computer against such menaces like viruses and other malwares. Sonic wall is an Internet security solution that can provide protection pretty similar to the firewall already embedded in the Windows Vista operating system. You can troubleshoot your network problems with Sonicwall and Vista. This is done by using an innovative multi-layered approach, which ensures that each network component on your system is performing the way they are expected to perform. Some of the Vista problems would be resolved if you use Sonicwall and Windows Vista in tandem. Here are the instructions to enable the Sonicwall.


  • First of all, what you need to do is, check the cabling on your network devices, and after that ensure that the cables are plugged in and intact.
  • Then, after that, you can unplug your network router, modem and all other network devices. Then, you are required to wait 30 seconds and then plug them back in. After that, you can restart your computer.
  • Then, click on the Start button. You will be able to locate it in the lower-left corner of the computer screen or desktop. Then, you need to type msconfig (without the quotes) in the Search box, and after that press the Enter key on your keyboard.
  • After that, you can click Startup, and then ensure that the Sonicwall program is listed and checked off. Then, you need to check the box next to the Sonicwall entry in case it is not checked, and then click on the Apply button. This will make it sure that Sonicwall is booting alongside your computer.
  • Next, you need to click on the Start button and type Network and Sharing Center (again you should not include the quotes) into the Search box. Then, press the Enter key on your keyboard.
  • Subsequently, select the Manage Network Connections.
  • After that, right click on the network connection that is having problems, and then select Diagnose. This will in turn scan the connection for problems, and resolve them.

These are some of the steps to be taken to complete the procedure of troubleshooting a network using Vista.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Instructions For Creating A Windows Live Messenger Account

The Windows Live Messenger is an instant messaging client that allows the users to keep in touch with their friends and family using instant chat, video and audio calls across the internet. You would need to have a Windows Live account for using the messenger program. Follow the simple instructions given below for creating an account with Windows Live.


  • Open the web browser by double clicking on the desktop shortcut icon and then navigate to the Windows Live help home page. 
  • Look for the option named Sign Up in the window and then click on it for creating a new account in the Windows Live site. 
  • In the new window that appears, type in your email address or type in a new Windows Live email address.
  • Now type in the password you would like to use with the account in the text box found next to the option Password. The password may be entered with alphanumeric characters and should have a minimum length of six characters. Keep in mind that the longer the password you choose, the more secure your account will be. 
  • Select the country in which you reside from the drop down menu found next to the option and then enter the state. Also select your gender from the drop down menu and then enter the captcha characters in the box provided for it. 
  • Put a check mark in the check box found next to the option named I accept for creating the Windows Live id. 
  • If you would like to add more personal information in the account like your hobbies, likes and dislikes, click on the option named Edit Profile. After you are done entering all the details in your account, visit the Windows Live help downloads page for downloading the Windows Messenger application. Click on the link named Get Messenger for downloading the application into your computer. 
  • Click on the downloaded file for installing the Messenger program in your system. After the installation is completed, restart the system for making the process complete. 
  • Open the Windows Live messenger and then enter your Live id and password in the respective fields to log in to your account. 

If you follow the simple instructions given above, you will be able to create a new Windows Live id without any issues. Contact our tech support center for any further assistance.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

To Remove The Babylon Toolbar From Your Web Browser

Sometimes while visiting a website written in a different language, you would need to translate the same using a toolbar. You might be using the Babylon toolbar, which is meant for translating any text or act as a dictionary in your computer. You could also do conversions using it like currencies, measurements and others.
Most often after installing the Babylon toolbar on their web browser, the users would wish to remove them from their later. Sometimes they would be installed on your browser automatically like a malware attack. Your web browser preferences would change automatically and you might find it difficult to go back to your original home page settings.  Installing this toolbar is quite easy but the Babylon toolbar removal is not that easy.
Let us check the instructions that would help you get rid of the Babylon toolbar from your computer.

  • Click on the Start button on your desktop and click on the Control Panel.
  • Now select the Uninstall a Program icon.
  • This will open up a screen listing all the programs that are installed on your computer.
  • Scroll down to find the Babylon toolbar and when you find the same, click on the Uninstall button.
  • This will open up the Babylon Uninstall Wizard.
  • Now select Uninstall once again and follow the uninstall prompts that you would find on the screen for the Babylon toolbar removal.
  • Following these instructions, you can easily remove them. However, you need to ensure that no remains of the Babylon toolbar are left on your computer. If you wish them to be removed, go to the Control Panel once again and check whether the application for the toolbar in still it. If you find any, follow the above instruction and remove them from the Control Panel.
  • After removing the toolbar from your computer, check whether there is virus infection on your computer. Run a complete scan to find any malicious software on your system. 
  • Also, reset your web browser to remove the Babylon toolbar completely.
If you use Mozilla Firefox as your web browser, follow the instructions below for resetting the same.
  • On top of Firefox, select Firefox Help –troubleshooting information.
  • In order to reset to its default setting, select the Reset Firefox option.
  • Uninstall extensions and in the browser settings, Remove add-ons or select the Add-ons-disable options.
Following these steps would help you solve your issue with the Babylon toolbar removal.

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Removing Bing Toolbar From Firefox

A toolbar is a program that provides additional services while browsing the web. You can download toolbars off the web easily, and install them on your web browser. Toolbars typically offer services like search engines, spell checks, faster browsing, video downloading etc.
In short, most toolbars are meant to provide services and aid the user; but still, many toolbars often cause the opposite of this. Often you will find that some toolbars have been installed on your web browser without you even knowing of this. The Bing toolbar is probably one of those toolbars that you are shocked to find you had installed in your Firefox browser. The problem is that the Windows Update option installs these toolbars for previous users of the Windows Live toolbar, MSN toolbar or Windows Live essentials. The following instructions will help you remove Bing toolbar from the system.

How to remove Bing toolbar from your system
  • Open the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Select the File option from the menu in the top of the window. After the File menu opens up select the Exit menu item.
  • Click on the Start button on the lower left corner of the desktop in the taskbar. In the Start menu choose Control Panel to open the Control Panel window. In the Control Panel window click on the Add or Remove Programs option. This option is only available in pre-Windows XP operating systems. In Windows Vista or Windows 7 this option is labeled as Programs and Features.
  • A list of all installed programs will appear on screen. Choose the Bing bar from the list of programs and click on Remove for Windows XP systems. Select the Uninstall option for systems powered by Windows Vista and Windows 7.
  • Uninstall the Bing toolbar by following the simple instructions in the Bing Bar uninstaller.
If you face any issues while removing Bing toolbar check up online on forums and blogs for other ways to remove. You should not be experiencing any difficulty removing the Bing toolbar using the above procedure.
Avoid installing unnecessary toolbars on the system as it can lead to your system being infected with viruses. And just as many toolbars are often harbingers of unwanted applications and programs that slow down the system or eat up your memory. Toolbars often end up cluttering your web browser and interrupt your browsing with frequent updates and additions. Use only trusted and safe toolbars that you actually have some use for.