Time can only be forgotten temporarily in a fairytale house
ToDoiT is a user friendly daily tasks organizer with interactive user interface and offers synchronization across devices
Swipe rows to delete a tasks or to mark it as complete
Adding new tasks and editing existing ones were never so easy before…… tasks equipped with recurring capabilities
ToDoiT can be synchronized across devices using Dropbox account
To download on iPhone visit: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/todoit-manage-your-daily-tasks/id725198349?mt=8
Or Visit Developer’s Website : http://apps.renzym.com
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Baby and the talking Frog
I wanna see the same dream which you are dreaming..
Today tip will help you to resolve the compatibility issues between the Office 2003 and Office 2007. Because all programs in office 2003 used the old file extensions for its different programs. For example Word 2003 saved files with extension .doc, Excel 2003 with .xls and PowerPoint with .ppt. but on the other office 2007 used the new file extensions for its different programs. For example Word 2007 saved files with extension .docx, Excel 2007 with .xlsx and PowerPoint with .pptx. Now the problem is that when you will try to open office 2007 files into office 2003 and you will not open the file due to compatibility issues between both office versions. Microsoft provides a free compatibility pack to convert office 2007 documents to the office 2003 format. There are many third party free converter are available but here we are using Microsoft office compatibility pack.
Follow the given steps to download free Microsoft compatibility pack and install it.
To use this feature, you will need to be logged into your computer with administrative rights.
Visit the following link to download the Microsoft compatibility pack:
Google’s spam-fighting system is apparently too good. A couple of years ago, Google accidentally mistook the company’s own Custom Search Blog as spam. The Google blogging team in charge of updating the website didn’t notice the warning messages indicating that the blog would be deleted if the user didn’t clarify that it wasn’t spam. When the blog was automatically deleted, another Web user took over the domain name for the site. The Google bloggers initially suspected an external hack job, but then they realized what had gone wrong. They got the domain name back — and then presumably blogged about the whole ordeal.