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Current Issue (Issue 130)

Thought of the Week:- "Learning is not compulsory... neither is survival."
Sixbrowser:- http://www.sixbrowser.com/ Open Free (5.4 MB). Windows any version.

Sixbrowser is a browser software like IE and Netscape but with enhanced feature. It is meant for increasing the productivity. As the name suggests, one can open 6 browser windows in a single screen. The software contains built-in search engine for searching bookmarks and built-in slide show viewer. One can decide what are the 6 sites to be open together and all can be open in a single click. Like 6 news sites, 6 personal finance sites, 6 blogs, 6 tech sites, 6 search engine sites etc. There is no need to go to favorites or type the URL every time. Also the browser contains the set of reference links, set of search engine links and set of links to useful sites. Features of the software are -

One click access to 2-to-6 web sites at once - One can define up to 45 categories in free version having 6 sites in each category. No need to type URLs in an address bar ever again.

Search bookmarks with built-in search engine - One can search the entire bookmarks database.

Share SixBrowser collections using SHAREMAIL.

Run a kiosk presentation with a built-in Slide Show Viewer.

Websites load much faster in SixBrowser.

Built-in popup ad blocker.

Viewing area is 20% larger.

Supports Internet Explorer security, including SSL.


Site of the Week:- http://www.medilexicon.com/

It is a dictionary of over 85,000 medical, pharmaceutical, biomedical & healthcare acronyms and abbreviations. The site also gives the medical and resources on various medical topics. Site also hosts various directories like directory of colleges of Pharmacy; directory of Consultants to the Pharmaceutical Industry; directory of Directories; directory of - Hospitals; Jobs; Journals; Libraries etc. Through this site, one can also search and browse the Pharmaceutical companies; Pharmaceutical and Medical Associations in the world; Medical Terms Dictionary; Medical Articles; Drugs; Merck Manual; Medical Books; health and medical images; Clinical Trials; Diseases Search etc., all from a single page.

Tip of the Week:- MS Word - Protect text from changes.

Suppose you want to allow a number of other users to open, review, and edit your Word 2000 document. However, there's a paragraph or section that you want to make off-limits to changes. To protect a specific block of text while allowing changes to the rest of the document, put that block of text into its own section and password-protect access to it. Here's how.

Put the cursor in front of the first character of text you want to protect. Then, go to Insert | Break, click Continuous under Section Break Types, and click OK.

Move the cursor to the end of the block you want to protect and repeat Step 1.

Click anywhere within the new section, then look for the section's number in the bottom-left corner of the Word window.

Go to Tools | Protect Document, click Forms, and click the Sections button to display the Section Protection dialog box.

By default, all sections are selected; deselect all sections except the one you want to protect, and click OK.

At this point, you can add a password if you want to prevent a clever reviewer from unprotecting your section. Whether you set a password, click OK to close the Protect Document dialog box. Thereafter, until you unprotect that section, the cursor will refuse to land within the protected text. Reviewers can see, but not change, that section.

That's all for this week. See you next week.

Madhuresh Singhal