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    Tech Support Cheat Sheet

    • Mindy Peltier

      Tech Support Cheat Sheet - do you have computer problems often? Tape this flow chart next to your computer #computer #humor

    • Patrisha Walker

      Ha! Love it! OP: For all you "not computer people" this is how the library staff actually solves most of the problems you bring to us..... too funny

    • Angela A

      Tech Support Cheat Sheet #xkcd (This is SO TRUE. Maybe I shouldn't dash everyone's illusion of me being a computer genius.)

    • Jen W

      Tech support cheat sheet - Would it be wrong of me to print this and put it up in my cubicle?

    • Ellen Eubanks

      Tech Support Cheat Sheet ('Hey Megan, it's your father. How do I print out a flowchart?)

    • Lora Figgat

      Tech Support Cheat Sheet (and how to become a local computer expert!)

    • Ginny Moore

      Tech support cheat sheet, maybe I can become a 'computer person' now!

    • Samantha Derryberry

      Tech support cheat sheet - So many people I know who need this!

    • Vladimir Sijan

      techsupport flowchart

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