Sometimes when you need to add a special character to your MS Word document, like the cent symbol, you can go through a long list of symbols from the menu, or just use this simple keyboard shortcut.
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When Microsoft Office starts crashing or acting unstable, it’s hard to know where to look for the problem. The Office Configuration Analyzer Tool from Microsoft is a valuable utility.
The steps for Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013 are exactly the same when it comes to enabling and disabling reminder popups and sounds. Here’s how it works.
Outlook creates a Temporary or OLK folder where it stores attachments opened while reading emails. Here’s how to find it, protect against it and use it to find lost documents!
Microsoft isn’t the first company to collect data about its customers using the programs it charges money for. While it’s a company with seemingly good intentions, you don’t have to take their word for it if you don’t want to.
If you’re currently using Office 2010, you might be ready to start using Office 2013. If you have Office 2010 currently installed, it will install side by side so you can run either and test out the new preview.
What does Office 2013 bring to the table that Office 2010 didn’t? Aside from improved webapps and a shiny new icon set, there’s plenty more to be found under the hood.
If you work in a lot in Microsoft Office documents all day, here’s how to save them to SkyDrive by default.
Adding Header and Footer in Microsoft Excel is easy. Not only can you add text as Header / Footer, but also any image, worksheet name, time and date, page numbers and more. Here’s how.
I am not a huge fan of screensavers, but I found the Office 2010 Getting Started Screensaver to be interesting and actually useful. If you’re new to Office 2010, this free screensaver from Microsoft will help you learn the most recent version of Microsoft Office.
If you regularly present Powerpoint presentations over the internet, checkout this new PowerPoint 2010 feature that allows you broadcast your presentation on the internet for free.
I don’t know about you, but I get annoyed when I paste content into a Word document and the text comes in with all its formatting. Word is set to Keep Source Formatting by default. Here’s how to just paste plain text, every time instead.
Do you write and send emails with a custom font? Why not set up Outlook to automatically start each composition using a font you love.
We were excited about the launch of OnLive Desktop – which gives you Windows and Office Docs on your iPad. Now there’s another cool app for iPad that lets you manage your Office docs called CloudOn. It integrates with Dropbox so you can work on documents on your iPad and from other devices.