To get the number of days overdue, change the <<interval>> placeholder to "d" by double-clicking
the placeholder to select it, then typing over it.
The risk inherent in this exploit is that any compressed archive may contain such resource forks and metadata, and that decompressing an archive and double-clicking
a resulting file can execute a shell script contained in the invisible_MACOSX folder.
Make your choices from the list on the left by double-clicking
on the item.
It even supports embedding StudyWorks objects into Microsoft Word documents, so that double-clicking
them in Word activates StudyWorks and lets you edit the objects (a feature which does not work well in TI Interactive
mdb by opening the database and double-clicking
on Create table in Design view (see exhibit 1, at right).
the attachment will install the sessions on the user's computer.
Insert the disk you want to copy, then in Windows Explorer (or the window that opens after double-clicking
on the My Computer icon), right-click on your floppy drive icon.
A total of 60 participants in 3 age groups (20-39 years, 40-59 years, and 60-75 years) performed 4 target acquisition tasks (pointing, clicking, double-clicking
, and dragging) using a computer mouse.
COM program can't do any damage unless the user executes it by double-clicking
on the file icon.
To read through the issue, use the "Page Up" or "Page Down" key on the keyboard; specific items can be jumped to automatically by double-clicking
in the green boxes in the Table of Contents.
the Information Guide icon presented me with a list of text files describing the forums (areas devoted to specific interests) and a map of the forum structure.
Whenever you access the embedded spreadsheet--by double-clicking
on it--you can use all the features of Excel to revise the spreadsheet.