Help!! I can't get web pages to resolve but I can ping them?
Question: Running Windows XP SP2, IE6. I can ping yahoo and google and any other website I want. Wireless connection is just fine. Can ping the router successfully. IE just won't resolve any web sites. I was thinking it might be a corrupted winsock...anyone have any other ideas? Oh a few things its not...it's not proxy settings or anything dealing with the actual wireless connection. Thanks!
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Clear you DNS cache. Start> Run> CMD> ipconfig /FlushDNS http://www.microsoft.com/resources/docum...
Single space 12 pt: two typed to one printed. Double space 12 pt: one typed to one printed. In general. Just so you know, publishers and editors think in word count, not page numbers. When they get a manuscript, they take the word count, and, by knowing the number of words per page for the different layouts they have available (hardcover, large soft cover, supermarket paperback) they figure how many pages the final book will be. Doing this will average out pages with lots of dialog and therefore lots of white space. The shortest novels you'll see on the shelf are about 40,000 words, or just over 150 pages. This is for the Young Adult market. Adult books are usually 60,000 to 100,000, but of course some are very much longer (but usually not over 200,000 words - about the size of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows). More info than you need at this point, but the more you know about how publishing works the better off you'll be. Have fun writing!
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