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Is slow to no attachment a yahoo problem or a computer problem?

Is slow to no attachment a yahoo problem or a computer problem? Topic: Problem solving and computer programming
June 24, 2019 / By Prudence
Question: I'm waiting up to five minutes for e-mail attachments to even begin. This never happened before today and the computer does not seem to be slower. Is yahoo having a problem?
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Mayme Mayme | 7 days ago
Try wubi its an easy to use system you can use to see if its your internet or Windows being Windows always slow Wubi dows this by actually being a good system and not a piece of crap that you pay 150$ for Just because you bought it with the computer does NOT mean its free yeah Microsoft would make a LOT less money if that were true If it doesnt solve the problem or you just dont like it Restart your computer and choose Windows Go to control panel Uninstall program or remove programs Find Ubuntu and click Uninstall Its will uninstall faster than you can count to 10 http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/w... Btw pick 12.04 if you really like it then you can keep it for 3 years!!!
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Mayme Originally Answered: How would you do a simple multiplication problem or division problem on the computer?
I would do it in "Excel" and for 128x32 I'd have a column for "128" and a column for "x" and a column for "32" and a column for "=" and then a column titled "product" which would have a macro in it for doing the actual math (such as "=a2*c2" if this were the second row and 128 was in column a and 32 in column c) and display the answer. It'd look like this: product 128 x 32 = 4096 I'd have the same kind of setup for division in Excel.
Mayme Originally Answered: How would you do a simple multiplication problem or division problem on the computer?
You could use Microsoft Excel to do the equations for you and show your work. For example put in cell A1 number 128 and in cell B1 number 32. Click on cell C1. Type this in the box that has fx: =SUM(A1*B1) and press enter. Put in cell A2 number 254 and in cell B2 number 4566. Click on C1 and take your mouse to the bottom right corner until the cursor changes to a black + sign. Hold down the left click button and drag to bottom right corner of C2. The answer will come up. So you can now enter whatever numbers in the A and B columns and drag your mouse from the bottom right of C1 to the bottom right corner of the C box of the last numbers entered to the left to get all the answers and show your work.
Mayme Originally Answered: How would you do a simple multiplication problem or division problem on the computer?
Unless you have a tablet pc, I'm not sure that the computer will help you for showing your work, but I'm not expert. The best you could do is do it long hand 128 32 Example, take the 2 and multiply it to the top, drop down add a 0, do the same with the 3 then add them together. It would look like this 256 3840 4096
Mayme Originally Answered: How would you do a simple multiplication problem or division problem on the computer?
128*32=X X=4096 Or you can spell it out such as One hundred and twenty-eight times thirty-two equals four thousand ninety-six. It may take longer to do your math problems, but in the end, getting a degree will pay off. Good luck. You can also ask the teacher for some advice. As far as I know, on line courses, the teachers are usually available a lot of the times.

Mayme Originally Answered: Is it possible to 1) Put a border around text and 2) Add a photo (NOT as an attachment) in my Yahoo email?
The web version of Yahoo mail is very limited. You can not have borders or any HTML formatting other that what is on the format bar. You need an account with POP3 and a standalone email program. For Yahoo it is $19.99 a year. For Gmail it is free. You can have any photo including an animated gif that is already on the web. Place the picture on the web. For example Flickr or Photobucket. There is no way to have an inline image directly from your computer in Yahoo mail on the web. It requires a separate email program. For IE go to the picture and right click on it and copy. Now go to the email body or signature and paste it. For Firefox it is a little trickier. Go to the picture in another window. You must be able to see the picture and the email window at the same time. Drag the picture to the email body or signature. NOTE: The picture you are dragging must not be a link, eg. clickable. If it is a link the link address gets copied rather than the picture. The picture must remain on the web since a link is used and not the actual picture. ʎəɿʞɹɐq  ̊ ͜͡● ̊
Mayme Originally Answered: Is it possible to 1) Put a border around text and 2) Add a photo (NOT as an attachment) in my Yahoo email?
i'll add you to my contacts. and i'd definetly give u a star lolz. hit me up on yahoo AsianBoyToy_08.... my screen name is pretty self explanatory lol.

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