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Private Character Editor overview
Using Private Character Editor (PCE), you can create up to 6,400 unique characters (such as special letters and logos) for use in your font library. PCE contains basic tools for creating and editing characters, along with more advanced options
To open Private Character Editor, click Start, click Run, and then type eudcedit.

DDE Share
DDE Share is a tool for managing dynamic data exchange (DDE) conversations over a network. With DDE Share, you can create, modify, and delete DDE shares so programs on one computer can communicate and share data with programs on other computers. You can also define security restrictions on DDE shares.
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type ddeshare.
The Microsoft DirectX Diagnostic Tool
The Microsoft DirectX Diagnostic Tool gives information about the DirectX application programming interface (API) components and drivers on your system. It enables you to test sound and graphics output and Microsoft DirectPlay service providers. It also enables you to disable some hardware acceleration features.
You can use the diagnostic tool to gather information for a technician during a support call. You can save the information gathered by the tool and paste it into an e-mail message.
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type dxdiag

To send and receive files to or from a Bluetooth device

With Bluetooth wireless technology and the Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard, you can exchange one file at a time between your computer and another Bluetooth device, such as a mobile phone or a personal digital assistant (PDA). You can also transfer files between two computers that use Bluetooth technology.
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type fsquirt

this wizard help yoou to create self extracting/Self-Installing Pakages
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type Iexpress

To magnify your screen contents
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type magnify

Object Packager overview
Object Packager is a tool you can use to create a package that you can insert into a file.
The Object Packager window has two panes. The Appearance pane displays the icon that will represent the package. The Content pane displays the name of the file that contains the information you want to package.
To create a package, you copy the contents of the Appearance and Content panes, and then paste the information into a file. The package appears in the file as an icon.
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type packager

Sound Recorder overview
Using Sound Recorder, you can record, mix, play, and edit sounds. You can also link or insert sounds into another document. You can modify an uncompressed sound file by:
Adding sounds to a file.
Deleting part of the sound file.
Changing the playback speed.
Changing the playback volume.
Changing the playback direction.
Changing or converting the sound file type.
Adding an echo.
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type sndrec32

Win Chat
You can use Chat on your computer to communicate with someone on another computer. Both computers must be connected to the same network; for example, a LAN or the Internet. Also, each computer must be running a similar protocol, such as TCP/IP.
Chat is interactive. You see a reply to your messages as the other person types it.
The Chat window is separated into two panes: one contains the messages you send, and the other contains the messages you receive.
To open , click Start, click Run, and then type winchat

"The hours I spend with you I look upon as sort of a perfumed garden, a dim twilight, and a fountain signing to and you alone make me feel that I am alive...Other men, it is said, have seen angels, but I have seen thee and thou art enough."
11-17-2009 06:20 AM
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