The new Internet Explorer 7 has been a pretty good experience for me. I enjoy being able to tab through different sites rather than require lots of windows, however, it has taken quite a bit of using to get used to accessing the favourities. My only bug bear is that, as Lev has mentioned the title header gets cut off in the eblogger. Anyone know, in simple terms, how to adjust it or should I just leave it until eblogger update the templates.
Chris
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Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

0 thoughts on “Organising my diary”

  1. I used to run a filofax system (I could never get ordinary diaries far enough ahead) but realised that if I lost my filofax I was in BIG trouble. Thats when I switched to a PDA so there was always a back up on the computer. Having switched though I realised HOW MUCH functionality was within Outlook and how much more efficient it is. I also love being able to just cut and paste travel directions, agendas etc into the ‘diary’ entry. My PDA also acts as my Mp3 player, Bible, Scrabble challenger and calculator AS WELL as meaning I alays have my database of contacts, tasks and e-mails with me. I also carry useful ploicy documents, outlines and the like on it.
    I’m not a fan of gadgets for gadgets sake BUT the pda has really proved a useful tool.

  2. Thanks Ian.

    Those are some helpful comments. I have always in the past worried about the restrictiveness of a PDA in comparison with a paper based diary but the opportunities do seem to be outweighing the negatives at the moment.

    That’s said I haven’t been able to do much with it yet as my friend forgot to give me the CD with the active sync software on it! Hopefully he will find it soon.

  3. Thanks. Downloaded it last night and it is now working like a dream. It is certainly beginning to be quite tempting now!

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