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May 11th, 2004, 07:04 PM
Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
Office 2003?

Cerridwen
May 11th, 2004, 07:46 PM
wrote:
> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
> Office 2003?

Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in the last 12 hours. If
you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of posts, then I can't be
bothered to assist you.

Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!

Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8 months living in a
cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien concept to you, too.

Elsa
May 11th, 2004, 07:56 PM
What happened to your good maners?

>-----Original Message-----
wrote:
>> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
>> Office 2003?
>
>Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
the last 12 hours. If
>you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
posts, then I can't be
>bothered to assist you.
>
>Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
>
>Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
months living in a
>cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
concept to you, too.
>
>
>.
>

John Ski
May 11th, 2004, 09:58 PM
>Subject: Re: Shortcuts
>From: "Elsa"
>Date: 5/11/2004 2:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time
>Message-id: >
>
>What happened to your good maners?
>
>>-----Original Message-----
wrote:
>>> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
>>> Office 2003?
>>
>>Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
>the last 12 hours. If
>>you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
>posts, then I can't be
>>bothered to assist you.
>>
>>Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
>>
>>Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
>months living in a
>>cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
>concept to you, too.
>>
>>
The lady's response may be a little over the top, but she is right you know.
The question has been asked ad nauseum in the group. If the OP had done even a
minimal bit of homework(Googling Office 2003 Shortcutbar, for instance), all
this wouldn't have been necessary. Sometimes it's better to teach them to fish
rather than spoonfeed them sushi. Cerrwiden may not handle stupidity well, but
she is a knowledgeable and helpful contributor when the occasion arises.

Cheers,
John
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic"
***Arthur C. Clarke***

Cerridwen
May 12th, 2004, 08:56 AM
John Ski wrote:
>> Subject: Re: Shortcuts
>> From: "Elsa"
>> Date: 5/11/2004 2:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time
>> Message-id: >
>>
>> What happened to your good maners?
>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> wrote:
>>>> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
>>>> Office 2003?
>>>
>>> Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
>> the last 12 hours. If
>>> you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
>> posts, then I can't be
>>> bothered to assist you.
>>>
>>> Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
>>>
>>> Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
>> months living in a
>>> cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
>> concept to you, too.
>>>
>>>
> The lady's response may be a little over the top, but she is right
> you know. The question has been asked ad nauseum in the group. If the
> OP had done even a minimal bit of homework(Googling Office 2003
> Shortcutbar, for instance), all this wouldn't have been necessary.
> Sometimes it's better to teach them to fish rather than spoonfeed
> them sushi. Cerrwiden may not handle stupidity well, but she is a
> knowledgeable and helpful contributor when the occasion arises.
>
> Cheers,
> John
> "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic"
> ***Arthur C. Clarke***

Sorry, John, but it really gets my goat (not that I have a goat, you
understand, I don't have anywhere to keep one - my back garden isn't big
enough and, besides, the damned thing would do away with my petunias!) when
people show this amount of laziness and makes me wonder why they even /have/
a computer if they can't be bothered to use it properly.

I don't suffer fools gladly (something I had drummed into me during my 15
years of convent education) and I calls a spade a spade, not a
manually-operated earth-relocation device.

Oh, and it's Cerridwen - Celtic goddess, equated with Artemis and Diana. For
summaries of the major Celtic deities see
http://www.ravenquest.net/WyldeWoods/celtdei.html.

May 12th, 2004, 01:42 PM
Im dying to know what NSF stands for. Lazy and moronic
ive been told since I was 4
>-----Original Message-----
wrote:
>> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
>> Office 2003?
>
>Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
the last 12 hours. If
>you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
posts, then I can't be
>bothered to assist you.
>
>Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
>
>Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
months living in a
>cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
concept to you, too.
>
>
>.
>

May 12th, 2004, 01:44 PM
In addition, I refuse to use a search engine from a
company who thinks it is a good business practice to even
think about offering an email service, whereby they will
invade the privacy of every individual for the purpose of
propigating spam mail
>-----Original Message-----
wrote:
>> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
>> Office 2003?
>
>Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
the last 12 hours. If
>you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
posts, then I can't be
>bothered to assist you.
>
>Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
>
>Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
months living in a
>cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
concept to you, too.
>
>
>.
>

Alias
May 12th, 2004, 01:50 PM
> wrote

> In addition, I refuse to use a search engine from a
> company who thinks it is a good business practice to even
> think about offering an email service, whereby they will
> invade the privacy of every individual for the purpose of
> propigating spam mail

I'm sure that Google will lose sleep over your not wanting to use their
email.

Alias
> >-----Original Message-----
> wrote:
> >> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
> >> Office 2003?
> >
> >Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
> the last 12 hours. If
> >you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
> posts, then I can't be
> >bothered to assist you.
> >
> >Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
> >
> >Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
> months living in a
> >cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
> concept to you, too.
> >
> >
> >.
> >

John Ski
May 12th, 2004, 02:25 PM
>Subject: Re: Shortcuts
>From:
>Date: 5/12/2004 8:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time
>Message-id: >
>
>In addition, I refuse to use a search engine from a
>company who thinks it is a good business practice to even
>think about offering an email service, whereby they will
>invade the privacy of every individual for the purpose of
>propigating spam mail

That's about what I would expect. It's SOOO much to better use some crappy
two-bit search engine that doesn't answer your question. Then you can waste
more of our time by posting another question that's been answered 4000 times in
the last week.

Cheers,
John
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic"
***Arthur C. Clarke***

Jay Somerset
May 12th, 2004, 11:00 PM
On Wed, 12 May 2004 08:56:37 +0100, "Cerridwen" >
wrote:

> John Ski wrote:
> >> Subject: Re: Shortcuts
> >> From: "Elsa"
> >> Date: 5/11/2004 2:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time
> >> Message-id: >
> >>
> >> What happened to your good maners?
> >>
> >>> -----Original Message-----
> >>> wrote:
> >>>> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
> >>>> Office 2003?
> >>>
> >>> Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
> >> the last 12 hours. If
> >>> you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
> >> posts, then I can't be
> >>> bothered to assist you.
> >>>
> >>> Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
> >>>
> >>> Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
> >> months living in a
> >>> cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
> >> concept to you, too.
> >>>
> >>>
> > The lady's response may be a little over the top, but she is right
> > you know. The question has been asked ad nauseum in the group. If the
> > OP had done even a minimal bit of homework(Googling Office 2003
> > Shortcutbar, for instance), all this wouldn't have been necessary.
> > Sometimes it's better to teach them to fish rather than spoonfeed
> > them sushi. Cerrwiden may not handle stupidity well, but she is a
> > knowledgeable and helpful contributor when the occasion arises.
> >
> > Cheers,
> > John
> > "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic"
> > ***Arthur C. Clarke***
>
> Sorry, John, but it really gets my goat (not that I have a goat, you
> understand, I don't have anywhere to keep one - my back garden isn't big
> enough and, besides, the damned thing would do away with my petunias!) when
> people show this amount of laziness and makes me wonder why they even /have/
> a computer if they can't be bothered to use it properly.
>
> I don't suffer fools gladly (something I had drummed into me during my 15
> years of convent education) and I calls a spade a spade, not a
> manually-operated earth-relocation device.

But you actually called it a "bloody shovel" by comparison.

You catch quite a few more flies with honey, as opposed to vinegar. I'm
sure your convent eductaion (all 15 years of it) taught you that.


>
> Oh, and it's Cerridwen - Celtic goddess, equated with Artemis and Diana. For
> summaries of the major Celtic deities see
> http://www.ravenquest.net/WyldeWoods/celtdei.html.
>

Gary Smith
May 13th, 2004, 02:41 AM
Jay Somerset > wrote:
> On Wed, 12 May 2004 08:56:37 +0100, "Cerridwen" >
> wrote:

>> I don't suffer fools gladly (something I had drummed into me during my 15
>> years of convent education) and I calls a spade a spade, not a
>> manually-operated earth-relocation device.

> But you actually called it a "bloody shovel" by comparison.

> You catch quite a few more flies with honey, as opposed to vinegar. I'm
> sure your convent eductaion (all 15 years of it) taught you that.

I'm guessing the lady doesn't much care for flies.

--
Gary L. Smith
Columbus, Ohio

May 13th, 2004, 04:58 PM
>-----Original Message-----
>What happened to your good maners?

Net cop Cerridwen... good manners?!? What are you, on
crack?

BWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

>
>>-----Original Message-----
wrote:
>>> Can someone tell me how to view the shortcut bar in
>>> Office 2003?
>>
>>Another lazy, moronic NSF. This was asked six times in
>the last 12 hours. If
>>you can't be bothered to search through 12 hours of
>posts, then I can't be
>>bothered to assist you.
>>
>>Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too?!
>>
>>Or are you another who's spent the past 5 years and 8
>months living in a
>>cave?! You must be - Google appears to be an alien
>concept to you, too.
>>
>>
>>.
>>
>.
>

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