If you have Microsoft XP, you open your MS Works Task Launcher, then go to Household Management..you will find you can create a Recipe Book. It has some formats, etc....Hope this helps!
Better Homes & Gardens has a free thing on there website that allows you to input your recipes (or choice from their wide selection on their site), then you can organize them according to categories (create your own categories or use theirs) and then you can print it if you like or use it online. I did this with my recipes and then printed it and put it in a binder for all my favorite recipes. Also makes a fantastic way to organize family recipes, print, put in a binder (I suggest using plastic protective sleeves to protect them) and use as a great christmas gift for all the cooks in your family.
f-key savers were one of my favorites when i was on webtv !
-i used to have a ton of them but here are 3 on that link !
assign 1 of your favorite f-key savers to your f keys - that way - you are getting the most on that key - rather than one page -
also - your sig box (best i remember) can be saved to favorites & from there - in organizing faves- you will find you can assign f-keys !
one last thing for now -
if you work on your page builder - it's really handy to assign it an F key !
here's a cool link -
& don't forget to check alt.discuss groups for html help - audio/video -- just about ANYTHING
last one :
if you deal with gobs of links like i used to -- try this
when you send a mail - paste the url on the subject line - then when you have a gob of them - tell your chums to also past the url on the subject line -- then, when you are ready for a page of all links - to store or whatever - ccp your email with all those links on the subject line to another mail - then you can delete all those mails without loosing one url ! --I also think there is room on the sub. line - to type in the link name - so your not in the dark - as to what the link is !
Try this program http://www.treepad.com/treepadfreeware/ TreePad Light. You can organinze you recipes in an outline form with the recipe name on the left and the ingredients on the right pane. YOu can also put them in categories. I use another outline program that I paid for to organize recipes.
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