Quickbooks Enterprise Desktop: Align printed check information
When you print checks from QuickBooks, you may notice that the information is suddenly and severely out of alignment. Fixing this is pretty easy! Test 1: Make sure your actual check is printed correctly If you print blank checks in-house, the check paper may have markers to ensure that the routing number is lined up…Read More
How to change your Amazon Seller Central email address
One of the guys I work for asked me to update the Amazon Seller Central email address. His inbox is flooded with spam and misdirected or unwanted emails. His top-level email address for all things important is barely usable due to all the unwanted spam and misdirected messages that really should go to other departments.…Read More
Copy photos from iPhone to PC
My daughter and I each got an iPhone 6s earlier this year. I love that she will be able to take hundreds, if not thousands of good-quality pictures of her jr high and highschool experience. As our phones filled with photos and I felt the need to make a backup I made a frustrating discovery.…Read More
Best Skype call experience
My co-workers and I are heavy skype users. It is a convenient way to keep up with quick notes and a cheap way to speak with our workers across the globe. The biggest complaints I have heard are: Inability to remove someone from your list without blocking them. (When you try to simply remove somebody…Read More
Is Google going to mark my business as closed?
I just received a suspicious phone call from someone claiming to work for a firm that was hired by Google to verify business listings. (no caller ID number) Their pitch included that “over 30% of businesses listed on Google and Bing have closed” and that businesses they are unable to verify as still open will…Read More
Is friendly a the new style of professional?
My daughter was delivered by a veterinarian who jokingly compared me to livestock. Her birth certificate was signed in yellow glitter pen. And her 12-year checkup? The PA gave her a smiley for good levels 🙂 I wonder how the professionals of last century would feel about what we are seeing today. Would the majority…Read More
Why I chose to become a WildWestDomains reseller with a GoDaddy Reseller Account
I got my first taste of the web hosting biz in 2005, when a potential client (Paul) wanted to fund his project by starting his own webhosting business. I knew HTML, he had a dream, and we found a guy (Matt) who knew the basics of running a server. We were young, fearless (read as…Read More
Mailchimp vs Express Email Marketing
I have enjoyed high-fives for sending one of my client’s newsletters via MailChimp for about a year now. Recently, we ran across an old list of contacts. Afraid of jeopardizing our MailChimp list (by people forgetting who we are and marking us as Spam or unsubscribing), we decided to write to those people via Express…Read More
Added an XP computer to workgroup. Now I can’t rejoin our no-longer-existant domain.
Todo: Break the second most important computer in the office. CHECK Make it all better. CHECK My sysadmin wanna be self made a big mistake today. To sum it up: 2004, we got a server and joined our PCs to its domain “server1” 2008, Rebuilt server with the domain “server2” 2008-2014, Didn’t want to loose…Read More
Zazzle vs CafePress – I have made up my mind!
And the winner is … Zazzle! I will focus more on products for and promotion of my Zazzle shops. But there will be stuff in my CafePress shop too 🙂 I have SO much to say about these print-on-demand companies. But when it comes down to it, here are the reasons that I choose to…Read More