Tutorials and Help
for your computer, mobile phone or tablet.
Click the blue headings to open each link.
You can always copy and paste files or folders to a USB. This is
fine for selected files or folders.
several tools and options.
Ltd a very adaptable and efficient backup program.
Click the links for access.
This link shows how to print to PDF files. PDF files are a
universal format for sharing documents as all platforms,
Windows, Apple, Linux, Android devices are all capable of
reading PDF files.
It can be printed or viewed.
A guide to getting the most out of Word 2007, also applies to
later versions with minor changes. It can be printed or viewed.
A simple guide to writing your life story.
It can be printed or viewed.
This link is to an Internet page of detailed information
Click this link to a video tutorial on the Windows 10 operating
It is quite long at 23 minutes, but an excellent step by step
Also go to our web page “Important news” to read our Club
notes on Windows 10.
This link takes you to many CGFLearnfree tutorials.
CGFLearnfree is an excellent website for free tutorials covering
a wide range of subjects. There are videos, displays and print
Tablets and Smartphones
History - The history of mobile phones
Phones, eReaders and the operating systems
These tutorials can be printed or just viewed here
iPads and iPhones
You can view videos or scroll down for written tutorials.
General introduction and much more. Can be printed or viewed.
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Managing Photos & enhancement
Note: This series of lessons refer to sample photos. These
sample photos are available from the Club, but you can
use these lessons on your own photos.
This tip explains how to convert stories in PDF form
to files suitable for use on Kindle readers.
Cryptolocker Ransomware is the most serious
infection we have had here at the Anglicare villages. In
the last few years, 4 residents have had all their
records locked against access and irretrievable.
It can appear in various forms. Some examples are:-
The Australian Post Office. It arrives as an email
advising that a package is waiting at the post office
for you inviting you to click on a link to download a
pickup form for you to collect the parcel.
AGL Another recent version appears to come from the
AGL, claiming to be your monthly account.
Banks It can also come in the form of bank accounts
and other common sources.
If you click on the link, it will load a nasty program
which searches all your personal files, photos,
documents, music etc and then encrypts them with an
You then receive an email demanding you pay an
amount, usually around $500, to obtain a key to un
encrypt your data. Even if you pay there is no way of
knowing if they will send the key, or that it will work.
While we were are able to disable and remove the
we cannot recover the data.
This is a lesson for us all. No matter how genuine
an email appears do not click on a link without first
double checking on the validity via a direct website.
Also do not leave a back up drive connected.
If you do it will also be corrupted.
Any virus can affect it, while connected.