The tutor shows how to get a graph and equation for data using LibreOffice Calc, in six easy steps. Let’s imagine your x-data is in a1:a5, your y-data, b1:b5. Select the range a1:b5. Click the Chart icon, which looks like …

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The tutor shares a hint he noticed recently. When I started with computers, I don’t believe you could have a folder name like this folder: as I recall, you couldn’t have a space in the name. (You could have an …

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Continuing about css3 gradient effects, the tutor discusses some of the browsers that do or don’t support them. In my previous two posts (here and here), I’ve been talking about the css3 gradient effect. I’ve acknowledged that not everyone viewing …

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The tutor tells a useful hint he learned from unix.com. Sometimes, searching a directory in Linux, the results are so numerous that the user is plunged to the end, not being able to see the early or middle entries. There …

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