May, 2014

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מדפסת מדפיסה עברית הפוכה (LEXMARK) ?

המדפסת LEXMARK 2600 מדפיסה עברית הפוך ?

יש פתרון קל לעניין,

נא לבצע את הפעולות הבאות לפי הסדר :

1 כניסה ללוח בקרה
2 כניסה להתקנים ומדפסות
3 הצבעה עם העכבר על המדפסת ולחיצה במקש ימין
4 כניסה ל: מאפייני מדפסת
5 כניסה ל מתקדם
6 כניסה ל: מעבד הדפסה
7 בחלונית ברירת מחדל של סוגי נתונים: להדגיש את: NT EMF 1.008


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Repair Outlook Data Files (.pst and .ost)

Inbox Repair tool

If you can’t open your Personal Folders file (.pst) or your Offline Folder file (.ost), or you suspect that your .pst or .ost data file is corrupted, you can use the Inbox Repair tool (Scanpst.exe) to diagnose and repair errors in the file. The Inbox Repair tool scans only the .pst or .ost file, not your mailbox on the server running Microsoft Exchange. The tool determines whether the file structure is intact. If it is not intact, the Inbox Repair tool resets your file structure and rebuilds the headers.

The Inbox Repair tool works on both the Microsoft Outlook 97-2002 Personal Folders File (.pst) and the Office Outlook Personal Folders File (.pst) data files in Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.

Scanpst.exe is installed when you install Outlook. It is located at:

drive:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOFFICE12.

Repair errors by using Scanpst.exe

  1. Exit Outlook if it is running.
  2. Double-click Scanpst.exe, located at drive:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOFFICE12.
  3. In the Enter the name of the file you want to scan box, enter the name of the .pst or .ost file that you want to check, or click Browse to search for the file.
  4. To specify the scan log options, click Options, and then click the option that you want.
  5. Click Start.
  6. If errors are found after the scan is complete, you will be prompted to start the repair process to fix the errors.

A backup file is created during the repair process. To change the default name or location of this backup file, in theEnter name of backup file box, enter a new name, or click Browse to look for the file that you want to use.

  1. Click Repair.
  2. Start Outlook by using the profile that contains the .pst file that you tried to repair.
  3. On the Go menu, click Folder List.

In the Folder List, you may see a folder named Recovered Personal Folders that contains your default Outlook folders or a Lost and Found folder. The recovered folders are usually empty, because this is a rebuilt .pst file. TheLost and Found folder contains the folders and items recovered by the Inbox Repair tool. Items that are missing from the Lost and Found folder cannot be repaired.

  1. If you see a Recovered Personal Folders folder, you can create a new .pst file, and drag the items in the Lost and Found folder into the new .pst file. When you have finished moving all the items, you can remove theRecovered Personal Folders (.pst) file, including the Lost and Found folder, from your profile.

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How to Enable the thumbnail Preview of PDF Files in 64-bit Windows 7/8

If your Windows 64-bit installation doesn’t show thumbnail images of PDFs, you can use the free 64-bit Adobe Preview Handler to make it work again.

This small app (which weighs in at a measly 1MB) makes a small Windows registry fix that brings your PDF thumbnails back. The issue of disappearing thumbnails doesn’t seem to be confined to just Windows 8 though. Anyone with either Vista or Windows 7 64-bit may also experience this problem, and 64-bit Adobe Preview Handler is here to save the day.

Simply do the usual download and install and when you start it up, you will see a small window. There is pretty much nothing to configure–no options or anything. Click “apply fix” and then restart Windows Explorer.  If it still doesn’t work, you may also have to clear your thumbnail cache, but don’t worry, this is very easy to do. Simply run Disk Cleanup, select the C drive, put a tick in the Thumbnails checkbox, and then click OK. The system will do the rest.

Check back again on Windows Explorer, and you should see your PDF thumbnails appear again.

You have to bear in mind that this is not an official fix by Adobe, and according to the developer of this fix, Adobe doesn’t seem to be in much of a rush to make an official fix.  So until they can be bothered (which might well be never), this unofficial fix by Leo Davidson is more than sufficient.  And if you like the fix, then support the developer by sending him a PayPal donation.  This will encourage him to continue the unofficial work that he is doing on Adobe’s behalf.

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