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Adobe Acrobat Tips

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 by

Many users of the internet will have a free copy of Acrobat Reader installed so that they can read documents that they download from websites as PDF (Portable Document Format) files. If you create these files, you may have the full version of Adobe Acrobat and can get more from the product if you follow

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Five Excellent Outlook Add-ons

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 by

Many people rate Microsoft Outlook as an indispensable business tool, using it to organize their emails, contacts and appointments. However, there are many add-ons available that can improve Outlook’s usefulness by adding new features or making it work better. A few of these are described here but there are many more to try and some

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Five Microsoft Word Tips

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 by

Word has an awful lot of features and it’s unlikely that anyone uses them all. In fact, many people ignore nearly all Word’s functionality, using it only for the most basic input and output tasks. If this is you, it’s probably not the best way to work. Learning to use some of the features can

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Five Microsoft Excel Tips

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 by

There have been many new features built into Excel over the years and some of these are not obvious. If you are a regular user, and particularly if you undertake the same tasks a lot, some of these features will make you more efficient. A few tips follow. 1. Converting Calculations to Actual Values You

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Getting More Out of Outlook

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 by

To many users and their companies, Microsoft Outlook is an indispensable tool. They use it to send and receive emails, manage their meetings and appointments, and generally organize their business lives. Consequently, it is important they use it effectively to make the most of its features. Effective Use One way to ensure you get the

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Things to Know When Moving to Office 2007

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 by

Microsoft’s productivity suite provides a range of integrated applications that include word processing (Word), spreadsheet (Excel), presentations (PowerPoint) and database management (Access). The latest version, Office 2007, has significant changes from its 2003 predecessor, not only in the way it looks and where things are, but in terms of its functionality. If you are moving

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Email Safety Tips

Friday, 01 February 2013 by

The rise of the internet and email has brought many benefits but at the same time it has also brought many dangers. The web is a dangerous place. Viruses and malware are often spread by email, so you need to stay alert. Although some of the risks are no more than an annoyance, others can

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Staying Legal

Sunday, 19 February 2012 by

Running a computer or even a network of computers might seem a relatively innocent thing to do. However, you need to be careful in your actions, otherwise you might break a law that you didn’t even know existed. And ignorance of the law is no defense, so it pays to know what you can and

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Every PC has to support a number of devices. Some of these are built into the machine; for example, hard disk drives, CD-ROM andDVDdrives. Others may be attached permanently, typically printers, scanners and broadband routers, while some, such as digital cameras and MP3 players, are connected occasionally to transfer data. Your PC will also have

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