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Switch users on my computer. i set up my daughter and my son in law facebooks for each of their mobile phones. i shared something and my daughter wants me to share it from her page but she doesn't have edit at the top to copy and paste. i use aol for my f/b and i have her on i/explorer.how can i switch users so i can copy and paste for her on aol. don't know how to do without the edit thingy.

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No PC stated, which windows,10?
click win key
see shutdown, and on the arrow on right of that click
switch user

bingo (best I can do, no sure what you are doing in FB at all)

Posted on Sep 16, 2019

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SOURCE: sharing the scanner

no it is not possible it will only share fax and print mode but not the scanner.

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SOURCE: How do you set up multiple WD Anywhere users on the network to share the same MyBook World Edition

hey,

-No WD Anywhere allows 5 users I think.
This could only be the solution, if you installed WD Anywhere on other PCs before

Check out the MioNet site, think they give options for new users.
if this is not the problem, I don't have a solution by now.

bye

Posted on May 03, 2008

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SOURCE: My shared printer will only print a test page and nothing else!

When you say 're-share' do you mean you had it configured previously on another machine? Also have you re-installed the printer on the network machines or changed the port ie: //PCName/PrinterName as this could be different now with the new setup. Also check that the users have been granted access to the machine connected to the printer.

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SOURCE: Share a PPPoE connection without modem

I think the problem is that the modem is not giving enough ip addresses. Try configuring it. Some modems are also a router. This means that it has the capability to provide more ip address so that i can connect more pc.

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SOURCE: The school is using a D-Link DI-604 fast ethernet

Here's a link to the user manual and other information that will help you.

http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/mytrevo/myTrevo.jsp?page=man

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