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"Free" Cookbooks: 5 Tips For Worry-Free Downloading
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06/10/2015
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Lately I have been bombarded with free cookbook offers. Many will only allow you to download their booklet and print it. To make changes, it needs to be  converted to a usable format like PDF but doing so can be difficult. Changing the format might alter the layout and type style making it difficult to read. But the real danger has to do with allowing a virus in to attack your computer. Here are 5 things you can do to protect against a virus.

Before downloading, you can either hand-write the recipe or print the page (ctrl P) But if downloading  a booklet, here are 5 tricks I use that you might find helpful.

  • Be sure your anti-virus software is updated. This is usually done automatically each week. Mine scans for malware every day.
  • Download only from credible websites.…

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