Nice! Figured out that you can do screenshots on your iPhone. Who knew? As a web company owner and project manager, it is great to be able to test a site on an iPhone live. So how do you do this?
Hold down the top “power” button and tap the home button. Then using a tool like Evernote, you can ‘paste’ the picture in a new note, save it, and access it later on your PC. From your PC, email it to your programming team.
There have been several times when I’ve (and I am sure many of you) been given an error that provides no explanation to doesn’t offer any solution. My solution? Google the error message.
Copy/paste or write the error message on a piece of paper and copy the message into the search box. You will see results from others that have had the same problem, and if you are lucky a solution.
Don’t see a solution? Try Google groups to see archived discussions that may relate to your problem.
Oops, you forgot your personal computer password (and you didn’t use the save password wizard).
Follow these steps to bypass this password.
- Reboot your PC and press until you see the Windows start-up options.
- Use the arrow keys to highlight Safe Mode, and press .
- Select Administrator (a hidden account without a password).
- Open the Control Panel | User Accounts and select your account
- Click Change the password, and follow the instructions to reset it.
When you get an error message, sometimes it may be too long to copy on paper to send to your tech support. A solution would be to press to copy the message the to past the error alert into your email message.
If the picture is too big, press (Ctl) (Print Screen) at the same time to capture an image of the error message box. Then you you can paste the screen into Windows Paint imaging utility and press into the picture. Save the picture as a JPEG and you can attach the picture to your e-mail and send to your tech support person.