Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Meaning: Very drunk or intoxicated
Example: The groom made it to the alter, but he was three sheets to the wind.
Origin: The phrase comes from 18th-19th century English Naval terminology. The original phrase was “three Sheets in the wind” and referred to the erratic behavior of a ship that has lost control of all of its sails.
In nautical terminology sheets are the ropes that adjust the position of the sails relative […]
Word – Dropping one file into another opened file
Back by Popular Demand (and on request by Linda Jeffers)
Often, I want to take one Word document and drop it into another Word document without cutting and pasting. The reason I usually want do this is because the document I’m dropping has a text box and/or other formatting. In this instance, a cut a paste function doesn’t recognize all that formatting.
There’s a very simple way […]
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