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I'll read tutorial, no hurry on other questions.

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try this for freecell..
Creating shortcuts is one of the easiest ways you can customize Windows, and it is probably the quickest, too. Simply right-click and drag a program, drive, or file's icon (or name, if you're looking at a list view of a folder) to the Desktop and release your mouse button. Then, select Create Shortcut Here from the pop-up menu.
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FreeCell icon is there. Thanks. All else seems to be going well. Thanks for all.
I received an email at my Yahoo address from Customer Care Support(in Bulk mail), it had an attachment, was big, and said that Virus Activity had been noted on my account(what account?). I Deleted it immediately. Any way to check what it was or should I feel confident that I Deleted it?

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All else seems to be going well

... :whistling:

yahoo caught it so don't worry about it...be wary of attachments from anyone..to be safe you should scan any attachments you download before opening them..
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