Office 2013 includes a feature called Office Upload Center and it always shows up in the notification area of the Taskbar. Here’s how to get rid of it.
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There are times when you need to print out data from Excel. But often times you don’t need to print out the entire report which wastes paper, ink, and time.
When working through Excel in Microsoft Office during the day you might find it necessary to copy existing worksheets in to another workbook. Here’s how.
Google Apps for Business users the Hangouts plugin for Outlook 2013, allows you to chat to friends and initiate hangouts straight from Microsoft Outlook.
Here’s a look at a simple and easy to use tool from Microsoft that makes uninstalling Office 2013 or Office 365 as easy as just a few clicks.
Microsoft Office 2013 provides a feature to easily search text in documents online. The default search provider is Bing, but it can be changed.
A feature in Outlook is assigning specific alert sounds for specific contacts. This makes it easier to know which message needs your attention and when.
Microsoft released Office 2013 SP1. The update includes several fixes and updates. Have you installed it yet?
Microsoft announced this week that its popular note taking app OneNote is now available free on multiple device platforms, online, and even the Mac.
Microsoft Word isn’t just for writing reports. There’s a lot of extra functionality that allows you create more than documents. Here’s how to make booklets.
Outlook is a rare application in that it’s one of those apps I keep open ALL DAY. Almost my entire day revolves around it, so when I can find a groovy tip that saves me time, it can be a huge impact on my productivity. Outlook 2013 Search Folders is one of those tips!
Outlook returns to the folder of a message after deleting it. Here’s how to navigate through you inbox more quickly by opening the next message instead.
Microsoft Word 2013 comes with basic Grammar checking enabled. If you know where to look, you can also turn on additional style and readability checks.
The built-in templates in Office 2013 are definitely a major step forward for Office. But what if you need to make your own? Here’s two ways you can do it.