Present From Bi
the following, it should be fun
1) Open a new WORD Document and type the words "love
2) Highlight the words "love her" and then press
shift + f7
Look what Microsoft WORD says to replace
3) Now choose replace button.
4) Now again highlight the phrase again and press
shift + f7
See yourself what it says...?
Check this out! It is no joke. It really
works. I could not believe it when I saw that.
1. Open a blank worksheet
in Excel 97
Here it is (no jokes, so if you have Excel
97 this is interesting... ...
makes you think someone has way to much time on their hands... )
2. press F5
3. In ref box, type
"X97:L97" (without the quotes)
5. TAB once (leaves
you at box, M97)
6. Hold down ctrl
& shift while clicking on chart wizard icon surprise!
You're in Flight Simulator!
Left button = accelerate, right button = decelerate,
use mouse to steer.
To end ctrl/shift/esc
and you wondered why these programs were so damn
(Free gift from Microsoft???)
Note: This only
works for Excel 97
Should you strike any error, please CLOSE
Excel 97 and
1. Open a new document
in Microsoft Word
2. Type "Unable to
follow directions" (without the quotes)
3. Highlight the entire
sentence you just typed (drag across the sentence)
4. Click Tools; Language
; Thesaurus (or hit shift-F7 to open the thesaurus),
and check out the suggested replacement.
1. Type zzzz in "Microsoft
2. select the word
(the 4 Zs)
3. press F7
4. Surprise?? heheheh now u know what's on Bill
Gate's mind all day long!!
loyal are Microsoft programmers?
1. Open a new Word document
2. From the Tools
Menu, select 'language'
3. Choose English
4. In the document,
type 'I'd like to see Bill Gates dead' (without the quotes)
5. Highlight the
sentence, and consult the thesaurus.
any other strange things?