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Archive for the ‘MS Office Help’ Category



Open Office vs. Office 2010

Monday, November 7th, 2011

This article details a few of the main points of difference between Open Office and Office 2010. Read on! Continue reading

Learn to control task panes in your Microsoft Office Programs with just a few keystrokes. Continue reading

If you tend to use the Equation Editor in MS Word and are tiring of the trips back and forth between your equation and the Equation Design Tools tab on the Ribbon, then here’s some of the basics for making your life a little more mouse-less. Continue reading

Tired of the old keyboard-mouse-keyboard routine in MS Outlook? Say no more! Get the scoop on navigating your program window without the aid of your mouse! Continue reading

Tired of being forced to delete both the superscript and its base in order to remove just the superscript from a Word equation? Yeah, me too! Here’s what you need to know to stop deleting more then you want from your equations. Continue reading

Learn to painlessly read all of a message in the MS Outlook Reading Pane without even touching the mouse! Continue reading

MS Word: Check This Out

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Learn where to find the elusive check mark among the dozens of fonts available in the “Insert Symbols” dialog box. Continue reading

MS Word: Watermarks in Under a Minute

Monday, October 10th, 2011

Learn how to quickly insert ready-made or custom watermarks into your Word 2007 & 2010 documents. Continue reading

Need to clear the formatting from text and return it to its default state? Can’t remember the key combination you need to get the job done? No problem! Here’s the method that will work for you! Continue reading

Learn to create and save printer settings for individual files saving you time when printing you presentations. Continue reading

MS Excel: Your Inserting Options

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Do you know your options when you insert a row or column into and MS Excel worksheet? No? Then here’s what you need to know when it comes to some fast formatting choices for those new rows and columns. Continue reading

Learn how to control the visibility of highlights (both on the screen and on the printed page) in MS Word without actually deleting them. Continue reading

MS Word 2010: Find Them All At Once

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Learn to use the Navigation Pane in Word 2010 to search your document for a word or phrase and see all the results at once! Continue reading

MS Outlook 2010: Printing A Specific Page

Monday, September 19th, 2011

On first glance it doesn’t appear that you can choose to print specific message pages, but the options are there and easy to find once you know where to look. Continue reading

MS Office 2010: Paste Preview

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

You’ve heard of Print Preview, but did you know that MS Office 2010 now has a Paste Preview? Let me tell you… it’s worth the time to find out all about it! Continue reading

PDF creator lite is a useful program which can be used to create password protected PDF documents from Microsoft Office applications like Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint. You can also turn images to PDF documents using this free PDF printer. Continue reading

If you’re old-school when it comes to MS Excel and love to use the merge cell feature, then you know the frustrations that they can cause during editing. You need to check this out to discover some good news for Excel 2007 & 2010 users. Continue reading

It is possible to calculate time totals in Excel. Here’s a quick tutorial to show you how! Continue reading

Learn to use your keyboard to select cells from your current location to one of the 4 edges of the data range and beyond! Continue reading

Bringing Back Add to Dictionary in Word 2007

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Has “Add to Dictionary” in your computers’ Microsoft Word 2007 gone missing? Here is a simple way to bring this handy feature back again. Continue reading

Use Excel for a lot of monetary data? Is that data in something other than dollars… maybe Euros? With Excel 2007 & 2010 you’ve got quick access to these formats that you may have not even noticed! Continue reading

MS Excel: Sort Direction Choices

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Is your Excel data set up “backwards” for the purposes of sorting? Don’t transpose your data – take charge and make Excel change its sorting direction to meet your needs. Continue reading

If you’re going to see a screen tip when you hover over the link, then it might as well be something more useful than the old “Click to follow link”! Learn how to customize your hyperlink screen tips here. Continue reading

Learn to “right-click” correct your spelling errors in Microsoft Word without running the Spell Check or using your mouse! Continue reading

MS Excel: Change a Chart’s Location

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

Unknown to many, once a chart has been created it is not locked into that location. Learn what your options are and how to make a chart move locations here. Continue reading

A well placed mouse click on your vertical scroll bar will mean a world of difference between randomly flying through your files and a controlled movement. Learn how to control your scroll… Continue reading

Let MS Office transfer SmartArt information from one layout to another. Continue reading

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