Welcome to Bits, Bytes & Chips - Computer Services
It' was 2005 when the Bits and Bytes column first appeared in the Charlotte Sun and it has been a pleasure and an honor to write a column each week. I hope that they have been informative, educational, humorous and just plain interesting to read. This column was never intended to be aimed at the technogeeks and as such it was designed to be easy to understand and follow along. I have had the opportunity to visit with many of you in your homes and it is a good feeling to see file folders of past columns sitting on the desk beside the computer. Bits, Bytes & Chips is located in beautiful Punta Gorda, Fl.
When emailing questions, please provide as much information as possible. Questions of general interest will become column topics from time to time.
Court Nederveld owns his own computer consulting and fixit service –Bits, Bytes & Chips Computer Services.
If you live in the Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Court is available for computer repair service and computer training. He makes house calls or can operate remotely. Some of the services available are:
Spyware Removal - Virus Removal
Memory Upgrades - Windows Troubleshooting
Data Backups - Onsite Repairs
Wireless Networks - In Home One on One Training
Hardware Repairs - Mailing Lists
Upgrades - Data Recovery
Set up an Internet Provider - Set up or troubleshoot email
Wipe old computers
Set up wireless networks and wireless printers
Court Nederveld owns his own computer consulting and fixit service - Bits, Bytes and Chips Computer Servies servicing Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda. He makes House Calls! You can reach him at email@example.com or 626-3285.
Court Nederveld spent many years maintaining and servicing desktop computers, computer servers, switches and routers. Prior to that, he taught 1000’s of employees how to use a new business applicaton for a major corporation. Concurrently he taught the use of Word, Excel, Outlook and many other general use programs. After retirement in 2003, he and his lovely bride of over forty years did a bit of traveling. (Did I say bit?) They traveled 14000 miles around the United States in a 1966 Mustang convertible, spending two months on the road. Court was asked by the Punta Gorda Herald to document his travels in a weekly "From the Road" column which turned out to be extremely popular with readers. Upon their return to Punta Gorda, Court was asked to write a weekly computer column in the same style as the "From the Road" series.
Now Court Nederveld is a popular celebrity columnist. His column runs weekly on this site and is read by over forty thousand readers. He is invited to speak to clubs and organizations. His in depth and humorous insight on dealing with that ubiquitous metal box, have brought accolades from readers and editors alike.
2011 as part of a column series outlining self publishing for those folks that have great stories to tell, a new book, Epicuria: Adventures That Really Cook! was born. Late 2011 saw the release of a compendium of columns entitled Grumbles From The Keyboard that were printed since 2005.
I continue to make House Calls in Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda, Fl and enjoy visiting with folks and helping them resolve their computer prolems.
How To Copy and Paste:
Take your mouse, and place your cursor at the beginning of the text in the box below, then click and hold the left mouse button, while pulling your mouse over the text. This should highlight the text. Now release the left mouse button. Now, with the cursor over the highlighted text, right click the mouse for options, and select 'copy'. Now place the cursor where you want to put the copied text and right click your mouse again, and select 'paste' and you will have copied and pasted the text.
Cut and paste is the same as above, except you choose 'cut', instead of 'copy'.
To Highlight: Press 'Ctrl' + 'A'.
To Copy: Highlight an area, as shown above, then hold 'Ctrl' + 'C' (For Mac users 'Apple' + 'C').
To Paste: Click your mouse where you want the text pasted, and then press 'Ctrl' + 'V' (For Mac users 'Apple' + 'S'.
The ability to cut, copy, and paste is found in most programs. Sometimes, the ability to do these tasks via the mouse is disabled, but is still quickly achieved through the use of the shortcuts outlined above.