MS Project.........would help you that is!!!<br><br>
I have a difficult time understanding why simple things are so hard for other people. <img alt="icon_tongue.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/icon_tongue.gif">
I can only wink with my left eye<br><br>
I can't play basketball to save my life - I mean I can barely stand alone on the court and put the ball through the hoop - lord help me if somebody is trying to stop me
I can't seem to figure out those darned greater than and less than signs. It's like there is a missing spot in my brain that's supposed to remember about the crocodiles eating the big numbers, whatever.
The way I remember it is that the less than symbol looks like an L. L for less than. < see?<br><br>
And Port and Starboard are left and right, respectively, because Port and Left have the same number of letters.
I have the hardest time with right and left. I know which way left is if I'm driving or if I'm writing (it's the hand without the pencil). Otherwise, I get confused and I have to look for the wedding band.
Forget the crocodile. I made up my own way to remember ...<br><br>
think about the fact that in the "<" symbol the smaller end of the symbol is on the left & the larger on the right. With the ">" symbol, the larger end is on the left & the smaller end is on the right. When you put the symbol between two numbers, the smaller & larger end of the symbol correspond to the smaller & larger numbers.<br><br>
Example: 4 < 6 and 11 > 9. Does that help or only make matters worse?<br><br>
One of my little sisters decided in elementary school that the symbol is like an arrow and always points to the smaller number. That works too. <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"><br><br><br>
As for me, I can't roller skate. I've tried & tried. I just can't do it.