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Please change only your own games.
Do You Want Help With Computer Skills?
Computer phobia is not a good reason to deprive yourself of the best personal assisatan, communications device, and game platform you've ever imagined. You can become computer literate in a matter of weeks if you take things one step at a time, ask questions, and learn how to use software by practicing on throw-away files.
Whether you already have a computer or are starting from scratch and don't know what to buy, you can get free help and advice from other bridge players. Start by calling Barry at 603-494-5874 or email email@example.com.
The only dumb question is the one you don't ask!
These are several myths related to using a personal computer:
Many people still believe that mistakes made by a novice can mess up a computer to the point where it is difficult, time-consuming, and/or expensive to repair. This is not true! If you have a standard Windows account you can safely experiment with anything and everything without messing up your computer. If your own account gets messed up, you can start over again in a different account without losing any programs or files.
Another common misconception is that "I'm too old and/or I don't want to learn a lot of complicated stuff." You're not too old and you can still learn if you put just a little effort into it. If you play bridge a personal computer is not too complicated for you to learn in a matter of weeks. Ask questions, take things one step at a time, and learn how to use software by practicing on throw-away files.
If you are having trouble reading PDF (Portable Document Format) files on your computer, download and install the Nitro PDF Reader. You do not need the Adobe PDF Reader.
Please Don't Ignore "Waiting for corrections"
If you ignore "Waiting for corrections," some of your players will not receive their results by email. Anyone who plays at your club but does not yet have an name or ACBL number and an email address in the Unit 150 database does not receive scores by email. You can add players to the database very easily.