October 23, 2000
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Going, going, gone
A free computer diagnostic clinic is being offered by the Tampa Bay Computer Society, the Palm Harbor Library and the Gulfport Library as part of Random Acts of Kindness Week in November. People with IBM-compatible computers can have their machines checked by members of the Tampa Bay Computer Society. The clinics will be held from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Nov. 8 at the Palm Harbor Library and 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Gulfport Library. Online registration is required to participate, with a form at www.SynergyPublishing.com. For information, call the Palm Harbor Library, (727) 784-3332, or the Gulfport Library, (727) 893-1073.
Removing a toolbar icon in Word
Q. I downloaded Avery Wizard software. When I attempted to uninstall the software, I did not find an Uninstall.exe file in the directory where the application was installed. I went to Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel, but it was not listed. I removed the program by deleting the file in Windows Explorer. Since doing this, the Avery Wizard icon continually appears on my Word 2000 toolbar. I attempted to remove the icon by right-clicking on it, clicking on Customize, highlighting Avery Wizard on the toolbar list, then pressing the delete button. The listing for Avery Wizard is removed from the list, but the icon remains. When I return to the toolbar list, Avery Wizard is listed again.