Currently Christchurch has no measles cases. However, the UC Health Centre still wants to see you if you:
• have never received an Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccination in the past
• have commenced a course of MMR and need a 2nd booster
• are uncertain of your vaccination history or have close contact with someone who is unable to be vaccinated such as a young baby or a household contact with compromised immunity
A single measles vaccination given to those born between 1969 and 1994 is sufficient to give 95% immunity and the health authorities are not recommending that these people get a booster shot.
If in doubt, please come and check in with the team at the Health Centre.
If you are compiling a document from two documents, and you have two monitors (computer screens), this tip will be very useful. They may both be Word documents, or could be emails, PDFs or even a combination of these.
- Open both documents and display one on each monitor
(I like to maximise each one so that it fills the monitor)
- Decide which one is the primary document
- Drag text from the other document and drop it into place in the primary document.
Two important things to note:
– step 3 above will move the text from one document to the other
– to copy the text from one document to the other, hold down the Ctrl key while you drag and drop the text.
Other tips you may find useful are:
Resize a program window to fit half your screen
View 2 windows on one screen (for twin monitor users)
Four windows on two screens?
View One Word Document in Two Windows
For great time-saving tips, look up:
– Being more efficient with your technology
– Archive of Tech Tips
– Technology Information for Staff website
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