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  1. Click the Windows “Start” button.
  2. Select “Control Panel”
  3. Double left click “Regional and Language Options” (Just Region and Language in Win 7) with your mouse.
  4. Select the “Languages” (Keyboards and Languages in Win 7) tab across the top.
  5. Click “Details” (Change keyboards in Win 7) under the Text services and input languages section.
  6. Click “Add” under the Installed services section.
  7. Click the “Input Language” drop down box.
  8. Select the desired language (eg. Portuguese (Brazil))
  9. Press “OK”.
  10. Press “OK”.
  11. Press “OK”.

*Note: if your language bar is already active, skip to step 15.

  1. Right click your Windows Task Bar.
  2. Select “Toolbars”
  3. Select “Language Bar”.  Your Language Bar should now appear on your task bar.
  4. Open Microsoft Word (Windows Start  > All Programs  > Microsoft Office  > Microsoft Office Word 2003).
  5. Single left Click the language indicator with your mouse.  By default, this appears as EN in your language bar to signify English.  It is typically 2 letters in the language bar incased in a square.
  6. Select the desired language (in our example this was PT for Portuguese (Brazil)).
  7. Begin to type in word with the selected language’s keyboard settings.

Suspicious e-mails are being sent to many Humnet email account holders asking them to submit personal information to update and access email accounts.  These messages are part of a phishing scam aimed at fraudulently obtaining personal information and should be discarded immediately.

The best way to avoid being a victim of phishing e-mails are to be vigilant about spotting them before releasing any personal information and/or account information.

Here are some of the most common signs that the e-mail is a phishing e-mail:

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  1. The sender is someone you have never heard of. But be careful, spammers are able to spoof e-mail addresses to look as if someone legitimate is sending the e-mail. They may have been able to compromise your colleague’s e-mail account to send the e-mail as well.
  2. There is no address listed under the To: field. This could mean that the spammer has mass sent this message with used Bcc: (blind carbon copy) in order to hide from everyone who they have sent the message to.
  3. The message suggests to click on a suspicious link. Sometimes it will say the whole URL ie. http://www.changepassword.com/changelink but when you hover over the link with your mouse your e-mail client will tell you that the URL points to something completely different. This is typically a site that the spammers setup in order to ask for your personal information. DO NOT FALL FOR IT!
  4. The signature is very generic for example will say "HELP DESK", "IT GROUP", or "SUPPORT CENTER" without including contact information such as a phone number or email address.

Along with these common signs of a phishing email, the most important thing that every user should remember is that the Center for Digital Humanities and BruinOnline would NEVER ASK FOR ANY PERSONAL LOGIN INFORMATION THROUGH EMAIL.

 

If you have already received one of these emails and have followed the instructions to submit your private information, please change your Humnet email password immediately!   The following are instructions on how to change your Humnet email password:

Using your 128-bit Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari):

    1. Go to https://www.em.ucla.edu/.
    2. In the "Log On" field type your account logon name.
    3. In the "Username" and "Password" fields type your alias and Password as indicated above.
    4. Once logged in to your Inbox, select the "Options" icon located on the far left vertical Outlook Toolbar in your web browser (Note: Depending on your screen size and resolution, you may have to scroll down to see the Options icon in the toolbar)
    5. From the Options window, select "Change Password"
    6. On the “Enterprise Messaging – Change Password” screen enter the following information:

Domain: ad
Account: 
Old Password: 
New Password: (Enterprise Messaging requires that you select a complex password using 6 characters minimum and containing alphabetic and numeric/special characters)

Confirm New Password: (Please re-type your New Password once more) 
Then click "OK" to proceed and see the results.

  1. If you see "Password Successfully changed", you may then choose the "Close Window" link to end your session and proceed to test your new password with your e-mail client, or you can browse to https://www.em.ucla.edu/ to logon to your email account.

 

There are several options when you may choose from, but only one option if you're running an older PPC-based Mac. 



PPC-Based Macs:

The only available option for PPC users is to install virtual PC.  This option installs a virtual machine inside the Mac OS to allow another instance of an OS to run side-by-side, ultimately taxing the hardware and usually resulting in a very sluggish environment. 

Intel-Based Macs:

Boot Camp - Included in Apple's 10.5 (Leopard) or later operating systems, is Apple's solution to running another operating system.  This option allow users to partition a local or external hard drive to install another operating system. 

Pros:  This option allows for maximum performance when running windows and windows application. 

Cons:  Only one operating system may be used at a time, requiring a restart to switch between operating systems.

Virtual Machines (ie Parallels, VMware Fusion, VirtualBox) -  This solution allow users to run Microsoft Windows side-by-side with Mac OS without sacrificing a huge performance hit from earlier solutions using Virtual PC.  Installation is similar to Boot Camp, however, without requiring a reboot to launch the second operating system.

Pros:  Conveniently run windows and windows application without having to reboot the machine.  Drag and drop between the two operating systems.

Cons:  When two operating systems are in use, it is highly recommended to have a significant amount of memory installed as the user will take a performance hit.

Crossover - Crossover allows the user to install and run applications designed for windows that are not yet available for the Mac OS. 

Pros:  Doesn't require another operating system to be installed.

Cons:  Limited support on application.

Do you miss the convenience of Outlook automatically completing people's names as you begin to type them on your new computer? Are you upgrading to a new computer and don't want to lose all the names stored in your Outlook AutoComplete feature? Wouldn't it be nice if Outlook installed on your new computer just "remembered" the names and filled them in for you?

Automatically complete e-mail addresses

You can copy the names in AutoComplete from your old computer to your new one.

Copy the names in AutoComplete to another computer

Important  You must exit Outlook before starting the following procedure. The names will be included in AutoComplete when you restart Outlook.

    1. On the computer with Windows XP, the saved AutoComplete names are at  C:/Documents and Settings/user name/Application Data/Microsoft/Outlook.
    2. On a computer with Windows 7, the saved AutoComplete names are at  C:/Users/user name/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Outlook

Note  Depending on your file settings, this folder might be hidden. To view the files in this folder, do one of the following:

ShowMicrosoft Windows 7

      1. Click Start (window icon), and then click Computer.
      2. On the Organize menu, click Folder and search options.
      3. Click the View tab, and then, under Advanced settings, under Hidden files and folders, click Show hidden files and folders.
      4. Click Apply.

ShowMicrosoft Windows XP

      1. Click Start, and then click My Computer.
      2. On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
      3. Click the View tab, and then, under Advanced settings, under Hidden files and folders, click Show hidden files and folders.

ShowMicrosoft Windows 2000

    1. Double-click My Computer on your desktop.
    2. On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
    3. Click the View tab, and then click Show hidden files and folders.
  1. Right-click profile name.nk2, and then click Copy.

    Tip  You can copy the file to removable media, such as a floppy disk or a CD, and then copy the file to the correct location on the other computer. Or you can attach the file to an e-mail message and send the message to yourself. On the new computer, open the attachment in Outlook, and then save it to the correct location.

  2. On the computer where you want to populate the AutoComplete feature, copy the file to drive:Documents and Settingsuser nameApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook.
  3. If the Outlook user profile name is different on the computer where you are moving the .nk2 file, you must rename the file with the same Outlook user profile name after you copy it to the correct folder. For example, if you move Kim Akers.nk2 from the original computer with an Outlook user profile name of Kim Akers, and you copy the Kim Akers.nk2 file to the new computer, you must rename it with the Outlook profile name being used on the new computer.
  4. When prompted about replacing the existing file, click Yes.
  5. Open Outlook to view changes.
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