Basically, PowerShell is a command-line shell created for Windows. This program interprets text provided by the system administrator and then implements the text by telling the system how to respond to the given command. Continue reading
Looking for a way to easily insert title rows into Open Office Calc before printing? No luck so far? Let April be your guide in this handy tip! Continue reading
There are times when we need our OneNote notes transferred to MS Word, PowerPoint or Excel. Maybe we’re sending them to someone who doesn’t have OneNote or maybe we need to incorporate them into a document. Whatever the case, here’s how you do it! Continue reading
Sick of your web browser opening up when you’re looking for PowerPoint templates? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way! Check out this awesome office tip now! Continue reading
Learn how to associate MS Office files so they open in Open Office! This is an extremely helpful and time-saving tip, so you’ll want to check it out! Continue reading
Looking to change the size of a picture, Clip Art or drawing shape that you’ve inserted into an Office 2010 file? Use your keyboard! Continue reading
Here’s a useful MS OneNote tip that will teach you how to create an Outlook task from OneNote Notes. Give it a look! Continue reading
Today I’d like to share an interesting thing that I stumbled across with playing with the drawing tools in OpenOffice.org – specifically, I’d like to show you what I found when I was exploring the options for a text box… Continue reading
Here’s a quick tip for selecting text using your mouse that doesn’t require dragging the mouse, holding down the mouse button or using the Shift key. Continue reading
Here’s an interesting little gem that will allow you to copy formatting such as headers, footers and paragraph settings from one file to another without a whole lot of hassle. Continue reading
If you’ve recently switched from a menu-driven version of Office to Office 2010, then you may still be trying to adjust to the Ribbon. Thankfully, Microsoft has put help for this situation out there. Continue reading
Here’s a neat tip on how to access the built-in thesaurus in Open Office Writer! Spice up your writing with the right words! Continue reading
Have you ever wondered just how secure your computer is? Do you struggle with pinpointing exactly where flaws could be and how to fix them? Well, I have a found a free advisory tool that will tell you exactly what problems may be lurking in your computer and in what places. The best part of this program is that is is 100% FREE! Continue reading
This Cool Site is a handy and convenient grammar guide, whether you are a native speaker or someone trying to learn how English grammar works. Dive into the various sections this awesome site has to offer and tighten your grasp on the English language today! Continue reading
We’ve all experienced times when we hover over a button on a toolbar and the Help Tip displays but then disappears so fast that we missed it.
Find yourself moving the mouse pointer off the button then back on it in an attempt to actually see what it said?
If you missed it
If you want to temporarily grant standard users elevated privileges in a Windows operating system, you can use the internal administrator account. Windows 7 and Vista come with a built-in administrator. By default, this built-in administrator is disabled. However, you can enable this account through the command line.
Move the cursor to the bottom of the screen and click the Start button.