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#1 AmyR


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Posted 04 April 2010 - 01:53 AM

Hi Everyone,
How are you all doing? I am new to the site so thought I'd introduce myself. I really enjoy using my computer for so many things. It has not been working right either for awhile. Same with my mom's computer too, which I am using right now due to mine having worse problems. The other thing though is that in order for her computer to be on the Internet, mine sort of has to be turned on. The modem and the router are both hooked to mine and then run through the attic out to my mom's computer.
The other thing too is due to physical handicaps I have, make it difficult for me to do certain functions for fixing computer problems. Since you have to unhook so many things and so many other functions, gets too much for me to do and typing and doing certain clicks on things is difficult for me to do. So, I have to wait for someone to be here with me.
One thing too is I really enjoy making things too. So, that is one of the things I love to do with my computer is creating websites. I also enjoy helping others out too whenever I can with things. Whenever I make like my websites, I feel I'm helping others by giving them something nice to enjoy. My sites I've made are all mostly all about Celebrities, tv shows, movies, and music. So, people who enjoy like Jonathan Taylor Thomas, are able to go to view the nice site I created about him. I also include a links page(a page with links to other peoples sites) on all my sites. So, then it helps give others free advertising, along with helping others find some other sites about the same topic as my site is about.

The only other issue I sometimes have though is trying to figure out what is the correct way to write certain things. Like I see things written/typed out in so many different ways. Like sometimes people put brackets around things, which for me, if that isn't really necessary, since it's difficult for me to type for long due to my handicaps and hit certain keys at the same time. Plus it seems like the software I use mostly does half the stuff already. Like when I hit view source, it has like <p>
but I didn't type that. I just typed the words and sentences of the paragraphs with the punctuations and everything else when needed. Now I yes you would need the greater than less than brackets if you are writing a site/page about math or algebra. Or if I want a certain font, I just choose it from the list, and same with like bold, italics, underline, so many options. A few times I've tried typing those things that the software does. If I go to advanced areas or places, so I can just see how much I remember about the way things were written out.

Well, see you all later.
Take Care,

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Posted 04 April 2010 - 02:08 AM

Hello AmyR and :thumbsup: to Bleeping Computer.

Please take a few moments to browse the New User Orientation forum, to help familiarize yourself with how the forum works.

Also, don't forget to check out the Tutorials.
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