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Bridge links

ACBL 

http://www.whidco.com/D10acbl  - District 10 of the ACBL

http://www.whidco.com/Bridge - "Good Bridge Stuff"

http://www.whidco.com/ZT - The Zero Tolerance home page

http://www.unit128.com - Unit 128 of the ACBL

http://www.mabcbridge.org - Mid-Atlantic Bridge Conference

http://www.whidco.com/Unit114acbl - Unit 114 of the ACBL

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    Bridges     

The object is for you to create a red line which goes from one side of the board to the other before the computer completes a blue line from the top to the bottom. Click on a blank space to add a bridge to your line or to block the computer's progress.

 

Java required

Surfing tips

Did you know that  you can open a page in a new window? Suppose, for example, that you're browsing through listings on eBay. You want to check out that antique desk offered for $19.95, but you don't want to lose your place on the listings page. To open the antique desk description in a pop-up window, click your mouse's right button, then click on "Open in new window." When you're finished reading the antique desk description, just click on the window's "X" in the upper right corner to make it disappear. Try it!

Here's another helpful hint:  If you find some content on a Web page that you'd like to copy, but you don't want to print the whole page with all its superfluous banners and links, just copy and paste the content to Notepad or Word. here's how:
      1. Place your cursor at the beginning of the text you want to copy.
      2. Scroll to the end of the text.
      3. While holding down the "Shift" key, click your cursor at the end of the text. The entire text will be highlighted in blue, indicating that it has been selected. When text is selected, various operations can be performed on it.
 
    4. Now, while the text is still selected, click on "Edit" from the toolbar, then "Copy."
      5. Open your word processor (Notepad, Word, etc.). Click "Edit," then "Paste." Your copied text appears and can be saved or printed.

Note: There are keyboard short-cuts for copying and pasting. To copy, once you've selected the text as described above, hold down the "Control" key and hit "C" on the keyboard (noted as "Control+C"). To paste, hold "Control" and hit "V" ("Control+V").

I hope you find these time-savers to be helpful. Feel free to email me if you have any questions.

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