If you don’t need every latest and greatest feature of Microsoft Office – save yourself some big money and use a basic version for free.
How to use some of your favorite Microsoft Office applications with Chrome for FREE.
Bob evaluates 10 of the best alternatives (some free/some paid) to the inflated price tag attached to Microsoft Office.
Save yourself a headache and check out the option inside Microsoft Office for repairing corrupted Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.
There are very few alternatives to Microsoft Office. Two — Open Office and LibreOffice — provide the core functionality of classic versions of Microsoft Office and are completely free!
How to format photos that are cut off — like part of an arm.
To ensure that only certain data can be entered in the cell, follow these steps:
How to add a QR code to your PowerPoint presentation.
Link to a specific PowerPoint slide from Word or Excel.
Why would you want to get rid of bullets in your presentations? In short, they can turn a good presentation into a boring one. But how do you get rid of bullets?
Learn how to insert a live Excel spreadsheet into PowerPoint’s slide show view.
PowerPoint’s Presenter View: Your secret presentation tool
3 ways to remove automatic lines in Microsoft Word
Learn how Excel can catch mistakes caused by Cap Lock being left on.
Is the presentation (as we know it) dead?
Increase security by protecting a PowerPoint file from changes.
Store presentations online free—for embedding, collaboration & marketing
By Bill Pytlovany
Do you ever find yourself telling people that you know just enough to do what you need with Microsoft Word or Excel and nothing more? It’s very common that most folks learn only what they “need” to use and that’s all they know.
I have a few very powerful and expen$ive programs like Photoshop, and Microsoft Office. I frequently find myself telling friends, “I know this program can do so much more but I probably only use 5% of its capability”. Over the years I may be up to 10% but I’m certainly under utilizing features that could both make me more productive and make me look more professional.
My open question to readers today is “How do you learn to use your software? Do you want to learn more?” Currently we have a number of resources available but they’re so underutilized it’s a shame.
By Bill Pytlovany
Windows 7 may come with a Steep Price
So far most of my predictions about Windows 7 have been right on the money. Microsoft has scaled back the number of versions. Computer manufactures confirm theyâ€™ll have Windows7 installed on machines in time for Christmas. Unfortunately, the one thing I may have been wrong about was …