How to use drop-down lists in Calc spreadsheets [Tip]

OpenOffice Calc includes numerous data validity options. With those you can add lists of values to cells. When you click on the cell, you can then select a value from a drop-down list.

To add a list of values to a cell in Calc, select a cell and click Data > Validity. That will open the window in the snapshot below. Click the Criteria tab and select List from the Allow drop-down list.

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Lego enthusiast creates a fully functional Lego Turntable that actually works!

on 31 March, 2015 at 07:34

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‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Trailer: AMC’s ‘Companion Series’ Restarts the Zombie Apocalypse

The Walking Dead made its companion series spinoff officially official in titling the West Coast prequel tale Fear The Walking Dead, and already we have our first look at the new corner of Robert Kirkman’s zombie empire. See the dead walk all over again with our first trailer for summer spinoff Fear The Walking Dead!

The Last Airbender star Cliff Curtis leads the cast as divorced teacher Sean Cabrera, alongside Gone Girl star Kim Dickens as high school guidance counselor Nancy. Also cast in the role of her two children from a previous marriage are Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince star Frank Dillane and AMC pilot Galyntine star Alycia Debnam Carey.

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How to add shortcuts to My Computer right-click menu without editing registry in Windows [Tip]

Other posts have told you how to add shortcuts to the My Computer (Computer) icon’s context menu by editing registry. You can also add shortcuts to the Computer icon on the Windows Vista/7 desktops with WinBubble. That’s freeware software which includes a variety of customization options for Windows.

Samsung launches Galaxy S6, S6 Edge; pricing revealed

Samsung’s new line-up of Galaxy phones is almost here, with a release date in early April, but if you’re eyeing one, you’ll want to know the price, and in line with other new smartphones, neither the Galaxy S6 or its S6 Edge sibling are particularly cheap.

The next generation of the “Galaxy” flagship isn’t far away, with Samsung announcing this week that April 10 will be the day Australians will be able to get their hands on the new handset, or should we say, handsets. Plural.

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The Girls of Gotham Academy Spin Scary Joker Tales in ‘Gotham Academy: Endgame’ [Preview]

The return of the Joker and his latest rein of crazy over Gotham comes to an end in April with the concluding chapter of Endgame in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Batman #40. The effects of the Joker’s assault on sanity won’t only be felt in the pages of that book, but in a series of one-shots spinning out of Batgirl, Arkham Manor, Detective Comics, and Gotham Academy.

In the case of Gotham’s finest/spookiest/strangest private school, the endgame plays out on the dark and sinister night of a city-wide blackout, with Joker-infected crazies at large on the streets. Holed up at the academy, students Olive Silverlock, Maps Mizoguchi and their… “friends”… tell each other scary Joker stories — and those stories come from a team of exceptional guest artists.  Series writers Brenden Fletcher and Becky Cloonan are joined by Six Gun Gorilla artist Jeff Stokely, Adventure Time character designer Joy Ang, illustrator Clio Chiang, and Anya’s Ghost author Vera Brosgol. Check out our exclusive preview… if you dare.

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Hands- and eyes-on with Samsung’s Galaxy S6

How sharp can a smartphone screen be? Let’s find out, as we pull out our microscope for a quick look at the display of the Galaxy S6 due out in early April.

The fourth month of 2015 looks to be a busy one when it comes to gadgets coming out.

If you’re into your Apple goods, you’ll know all too well that two things are on the way, with the Apple Watch due out in late April, as well as a new super-slim portable from Apple that manages to out-Air Apple’s other thin computer.

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