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Network Map Windows startup Script

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<br /> echo off<br /> cls<br /> net use z: /delete /y<br /> net use z: "" /y<br />

Note:  “Z is the drive letter I have assigned for this example – you can however change this to what you want (if it already is not in use of course).)

Visual/HTML Editor stuck in WordPress

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Having problems with creating or editing a post on WordPress and you cannot change between the Visual Editor and HTML Editor?

  1. First thing is trying to clearing your browser cache.
  2. If that doesn’t work the issue is probably the theme you are using, some themes have shortcodes and therefore have buttons on the editor that might be damaged or corrupt – the fix for this is update to a newer theme version or change the theme.

How to increase posts displayed in WordPress All Post page

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Do you want to display more then 20 posts in the All Posts list within WordPress? Follow the guide below to reveal the rest.

  1. Make sure you are logged into your WordPress account
  2. Click on Posts (left hand side)
  3. Click All Posts
  4. Click Screen Options (up the top)
  5. You should now see a an editable number box – at the moment it should be set to: 20. Change this field to match how many posts you would like to display (for example 500).
  6. Click Apply
  7. Your All Posts page should now display the amount of posts listed in step 5

Windows Mail not displaying contacts

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This happens when Windows Mail is using a different contacts list to the Windows Contacts – such as a newsgroup.

  1. Open Windows Mail
  2. Click Contacts (left hand side)
  3. Click Import
  4. Click From Windows Address Book

Windows Mail will then import all your contacts into the address book restart Windows Mail and you should now be able to display and compose messages to your contacts.

Outlook Data File Cannot be accessed

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I have found this issue occurs commonly when upgrading from Outlook 2007 to 2010.


  1. Open Outlook 2010
  2. Click File (top left)
  3. Click Account Settings
  4. Click Account Settings
  5. Click Change Folder
  6. Click the “+” on the left of the folder name to reveal hidden subfolders.
  7. Click Inbox
  8. Click Ok
  9. Close all open dialog and restart Outlook.