Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
Spice things up in the Command Prompt color department with this neat-o tip! Continue reading
Someone was telling me that they just bought a bigger hard drive. I am almost embarrassed to ask this, but what’s a hard drive?
Don’t be embarrassed; it’s an awesome question!
I don’t know about your computer, but my computer has an enormous amount of “stuff’ on it. Pictures, videos, software, downloads, documents of all kinds…when it goes down I… Continue reading
GridMove is a windows utility that neatens up your desktop, even across multiple monitors. One program occupying the entire screen consumes more pixels. Even when you are multitasking, ALT+TABs can be saved by making multiple Windows get the display at the same time. This utility lets you to snap a window to a visual grid on your desktop.
GridMove has number… Continue reading
Deployment of a parent can be very hard on a child; as can constantly moving around. Zero to Three is a site devoted to helping make those transitions easier for the entire family, as well as, helping you learn about the development of your children between the ages of 0 to three. I babysit for kids whose dad is deployed right now and I discovered this
Yep – you read it correctly… you can extend the data used to create an Excel chart using a copy / paste maneuver.
Previously we’ve discussed using the data outline to extend what is included on the chart. (Click here to view the tip using this technique.)
I’ve got to say that extending the data outline is definitely an easy route to… Continue reading
More Or Less
Find yourself either inserting or deleting a lot of rows and/or columns in MS Excel?
Tired of looking for the correct button on the Ribbon or command from the Insert menu?
Yeah, me too.
So here’s an alternative that you just might find as helpful as I do.
To begin, highlight the number of rows or columns you are looking to insert. (Be sure to highlight the… Continue reading
Ever copy text from the Internet or an e-mail into MS Word?
Did something come along with the text that you weren’t necessarily expecting or hoped wouldn’t?
Yeah – I hear you – all those hyperlinks are a big pain at this point, aren’t they?
I mean, you’ve got the information in Word, you’re creating a document (not a web page), you have all these
Ever find yourself about to hit the Enter key in MS Excel and realize you need to move up a cell to fix something?
What did you do?
Most people go ahead and use the Enter key and then use the arrow keys (or mouse) to move back to the cell above.
This works, but doesn’t it seem like there should be a more efficient
Navigating an Already Selected Range
Have a large range selected in MS Excel?
Need to move the selected cell, within the highlight, to another location to check data or functions?
I know you’re not considering the idea of simply clicking somewhere else, taking a look at your data and then reselecting the range all over again, are you?
Let’s hope there’s a better way!
Here’s a list
Do you use MS Office’s drawing tools and the “snap to grid” feature?
If you’re like me, the whole “snap to grid” thing works out okay and it helps me keep my things a bit more organized, but sometimes there’s just that fraction of space you want to use and can’t, because the object is snapping back into place on the grid.… Continue reading