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How to count characters, line numbers and page numbers in Word

By: Pipahaha Education Planning Views: 1255 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0


In addition, you still have some other way to count words is to use websites that support word counting free online. Note: You can see quickly by clicking on the word Words on the left-hand side located in the horizontal line below the Word interface. More

Can Apple Cider Vinegar Help In weight Loss?

By: Roncuvita Supplements Education Planning Views: 1198 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

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Apple cider vinegar has been used as a health medicine for thousands of years. It has various health benefits and can be called as a magic potion. Ingesting undiluted vinegar of any kind can damage your throat and esophagus. Consume it earlier in the day. Enjoy it in other ways.In the first place, we need a little understanding into what apple cider vinegar is. More

The signs that tell your baby is genius

By: Charles Gill Education Planning Views: 1009 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Charles Gill

Every child is special because he is gifted with some noble traits and the prerequisite of shaping the noble character is to raise him in a positive milieu. Call us if you are looking for nurseries JBR or Nursery in JLT ! More


By: Janani Ram Education Planning Views: 685 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

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Test of English as a foreign language is used to determine the ability of individuals who are willing to take their higher studies or job abroad. Most of the people would like to take this exam as it will help them to test their level in English. Get a dictionary and try to read new words every day by knowing their meaning. They will train the students to get a high score in the exam. More

Blockchain - Future scope and Uses

By: Emily Hilton Education Planning Views: 592 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Emily Hilton

Technology is fast growing, and the world is currently running after Buzzwords. Buzzword has a cycle, which can last for months to years. Some of the buzzwords which died in past were wearable technology, Segway, pebble and many more.Bitcoin success gave birth to the buzzword “BLOCKCHAIN”. Now everyone talks about it. Blockchain smart contracts can solve this issue for all. More

How much does it cost to get bonded

By: Chris Mathew Education Planning Views: 605 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Chris Mathew

Learn all secrets how to get bonded and bid municipal & government construction jobs and grow your construction. Public Entity Bids provides complete online course, taught by retired government contractor. We will teach you how to grow your construction company and how to get bonded and bid municipal government work. This unique course is not taught anywhere in the country. More

Ways to Save for Your Child’s College Education

By: Tracey Clayton Education Planning Views: 13336 | Comments: 2 | Votes: 1

Tracey Clayton

People often tend to think that parents need more money when their kids are very young, or better yet, babies. However, the price of piled up diapers doesn’t even come near to the price of education, especially college education. And if you count in the books and other additional costs, these numbers will only keep on betting bigger and bigger. More

Is a Roth IRA Conversion Right for Me

By: Thomas J. Hartfield Education Planning Views: 9689 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Thomas J. Hartfield

Any time we manage a portfolio for our clients, there are always tax considerations. Between the estate tax, gift tax, income tax and capital gains tax, most transactions involve some interaction with the tax code. Usually the laws are written to provide the maximum disadvantage to the taxpayer.   Tax-Free Investment Earnings for Life!?   First, some background on Roth-IRAs. More

Scholarships: The Top 10 Strangest Ways to Pay for College

By: Art Of Saving Education Planning Views: 5041 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Art Of Saving

Scholarships are a great way to pay for college education. The problem is that scholarships are typically merit-based, which means they are usually reserved for students with 4.0 GPAs or star athletes. Thankfully, there are scholarships that rely on other kinds of distinction. Some of these scholarships might be called "non-traditional"; others are downright strange. Well, not anymore. More

Guide for Students and New Grads

By: Amanda Gleason Education Planning Views: 4425 | Comments: 0 | Votes: 0

Amanda Gleason just released their 2007 College Financing and Career Guide, and there are some articles included that are definitely worth checking out. I'd had internships during college, but my last one wasn't something that could pan out into a full-time job (the company was too small, I think). It was then that my parents sat me down and had a little talk about "networking". More