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Archive for the ‘MS Office Help’ Category



Betty from Aledo, TX writes: I frequently download graphics and photos then crop them to use in my Word 2010 documents. I would like to save just the cropped version and do not need to be able to “uncrop” or restore them to their originals later. Is there a way to save the document with just the reformatted version of my graphic? Continue reading

Microsoft has changed its mind about Office 2013. The company had previously announced that if you purchased Office 2013 and the computer it was installed on failed, you were just out of luck. But thanks to angry consumers, that policy is changing. Continue reading

Help! Copy/Paste Isn’t Working

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Question: My copy/paste operation has failed. Is there a way to fix it ? HP Pavilion Windows 7 Home Premium. Answer: I’m not sure what type of copy/paste operation you’re trying to perform, but I can think of one possibility. Continue reading

So Long Hotmail, Hello Outlook.com

Monday, February 25th, 2013

Microsoft announced that Tuesday that the new Outlook.com was live, and that all Hotmail accounts would be instantly changed over to Outlook.com accounts. They’re calling it “upgraded,” saying that Outlook.com will deliver “a beautiful, fresh and intuitive experience.” Continue reading

Saving E-Mail From Outlook

Monday, February 25th, 2013

Bill from Chattanooga, TN writes: We receive our emails on Microsoft Outlook. Is there a way to copy emails form M. S. to a flash drive/USB Port? Thanks. Answer: There are two main ways to save an e-mail onto a flash drive. The first method saves just the single e-mail, the second method saves your entire e-mail box. I recommend Continue reading

How Do I Save Works Files For Word?

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Question: I have all my bids and statements on MS Works, but when I send them, some companies can’t open them. They tell me to send on MS Word. I have that, but how do I copy the form from Works to Word? Thanks, Don Continue reading

Microsoft is offering a significant price break to college students on its Office 365 subscription service. Office 365 University will cost $79.99 for a four-year subscription, just $1.67 a month. Continue reading

The most popular office productivity software is Microsoft Office with millions of users in schools, businesses and at home. The major complaint of almost everyone who uses office isn’t about the quality of the software, but the price. The full version of Office 2013 Plus runs close to $500. How would you like to get a completely legal official copy from Microsoft for only $10? Continue reading

LibreOffice: The Ideal USB Office Suite

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Ever wished you could carry a fully-equipped office suite with you on a USB drive? I’m not talking about notepad or some basic word processor, but rather, a portable version of the incredibly popular and open source LibreOffice. LibreOffice includes Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Base and Math. These programs are 100% compatible with Microsoft Office and Corel Office document formats, and operate much like Microsoft Office 2003. Continue reading

Use this tip to freely convert any of your Word or Excel files to a PDF document. Continue reading

Kingsoft Office for Android

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Kingsoft Office Free for Android enables users to view, create, and edit Microsoft documents on an Android phone, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Continue reading

Outlook 2013 Preview

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Microsoft Outlook 2013 includes the traditional ribbon style interface of the 2007/2010 versions of Outlook with ascetic changes mostly focused around the new look of Windows 8/Metro style.. Continue reading

PowerPoint 2013 Preview

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Microsoft chose not to make any radical changes with PowerPoint 2013 but to make existing features either easier to use or more helpful… Continue reading

Excel 2013 Preview

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

Office 2013 Consumer Preview is out and Microsoft Excel 2013 has some exciting new changes. Read part 2 of our series of articles discussing those changes and why this may be the best version of office yet. Continue reading

Word 2013 Preview

Monday, August 6th, 2012

Microsoft Word 2013 includes the traditional ribbon style interface of the 2007/2010 versions of Word, with some exciting improvements – especially when it comes to how you save and share documents. Continue reading

The Case of the Unique Series

Monday, June 25th, 2012

How can I create non-repeated numbers between 100 and 300 in Excel? What you’re talking about here is creating a “unique series” – and there’s actually a pretty easy way to do it. Continue reading

In this tip, we show you the check boxes that control the function of the Insert key in Microsoft Word 2010. Continue reading

Ever wonder how to make individual cells locked so you don’t mistakenly edit formulas in Excel? Read this tip to find out the easy way how! Continue reading

“Microsoft Office Word Word cannot open this document template. (C:Users…C3Building Blocks.dotx)” Learn to fix this error and get your page numbers up and running in Word 2007 Continue reading

Advanced Office Password Recovery

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

If you’ve forgotten your Microsoft Word document password, recover it for free with the Advanced Office Password Recovery program. Continue reading

When I print screen of my desktop and paste in Word, I get a blank box with dashes. What’s going on? Continue reading

Opening Display Write Files

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Have some old Display Writer files sitting around that you’d like to open? Here are some tools to do that if you don’t want to have to start trolling Ebay for a Display Writer console. Continue reading

This article will help you synchronize your Google and Outlook calendars, allowing you to access both home and work events from anywhere in the world at any time. Continue reading

Setting The Default Font in Word 2010

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Can’t find the default font setting in the Options of your new Word program? You’re not alone since you’ll need to reach the setting elsewhere… and here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

This tip will show you how to change the default font in Word 2007 – meaning that you won’t ever have to change the font to your personal favorite when opening a new document ever again. Continue reading

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