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Once your email signature has been created and copied to the appropriate folder in Windows. You will need to apply this signature in MS Outlook so that it starts getting attached to the bottom of new emails:

Open MS Outlook and chose the appropriate mail profile that you wish to apply a signature to (if there is more than one).

Click on the file tab in the office ribbon (see 1 Below)

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Click on options (see 2 below)

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Click mail (see 3 below) and then signatures (see 4 below)

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Once you have the signatures and stationary dialog box open you can see a list of emails signatures (see 5 below) under this user logon (if there is more than one). You can click on any signature in the list to preview its contents. Note that if your email signature has been professionally created don’t edit it here, if changes need to be made request a new one is created for you with the correct details.

Under the chose default signature section choose the email signature you would like for "new messages" (see 6 below) and optionally chose the same one or another one for "replies/forwards" (see 7 below). Often it’s a good idea to have a simple less graphic heavy email signature for replies to make the email thread shorter and easier to read.

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Once you have selected the appropriate signatures click "OK" as required to save and return to Outlook.

Create and send a test email to another PC or device to test that the signature looks as expected and that any images are correctly showing.

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Treat this information as informative only and do not take actions or make decisions on the basis of the information contained here. All IT decisions and actions should be made after consultation with your chosen IT professional taking into account all the of the relevant factors.

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To activate NOD32 antivirus, expand the notification area in windows and double click on the NOD32 icon (see 1 below)

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Once NOD32 opens it should show the "activate product" notification on the front screen. Click on "activate product" (See 2 below)

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When prompted enter the new license key and press activate (see 3 and 4 below)

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You should then receive a confirmation that your PC has been activated.

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Treat this information as informative only and do not take actions or make decisions on the basis of the information contained here. All IT decisions and actions should be made after consultation with your chosen IT professional taking into account all the of the relevant factors.

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Windows 10 (later versions of windows 10) has a new feature where the default printer is changed to the last used printer every time you print. Initially I though this was a pain but I have started to embrace the new thinking, If I'm doing work that requires creating PDF's its convenient to have that "just work" until I change jobs to another scenario.

However if you don't want that behavior you can turn it off, click on the start button and type printers (see 1 and 2 below), click on printers & scanners (see 3 below)

Windows 10 Default Printer 1

Once you are viewing the printers & scanners section, scroll down and you will see the option for "let windows manage my default printer" (see 4 below) toggle it on or off as you like.

Windows 10 Default Printer 2

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Your Windows PC, laptop or tablet can have a lot of external devices plugged in that will play sound here are some examples on just one of my PC's:

  • 3.5mm stereo socket's (headphones, speakers, even 5.1 surround sound systems)
  • USB speakers
  • USB headphones
  • Bluetooth headphones
  • Other Bluetooth speakers (There is a trick here as well)
  • HDMI (often combined with video)
  • Optical (Fibre optic cable)
  • Coaxial (RCA)

To tell Windows where to send your sound follow the steps below:

Right click on the sound/speaker icon in the notification area (see 1 below)

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Chose "playback devices" (see 2 below)

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Click on the desired output device (see 3 below) and the click on "set as default" (see 4 below)

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Firstly CTRL + ALT + DEL still works just like is has done since 1993, assuming you have a keyboard I think that’s the easiest solution this typically works exactly the same on any PC with any almost any version of Windows. However if you would prefer to use a mouse (or touchscreen), follow the screen shots below:

Click on start button (see 1 below)

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Click on the username of the signed in user (see 2 below)

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See screen shot below; Lock the PC (3), Sign out (4), or to switch users, click on the username you would like to switch to, in this example itsupport is switching to the user Bob Smith.

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