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Thu
01
Jan
Dennis Faas's picture

Where is the Work Menu in MS Word 2007?

The work menu has now been incorporated into the Most Recently Used Files list in MS Word 2007. That list allows you to "pin" documents so they do not become scrolled off the list. In theory, the list can now hold fifty documents, but because the ... list does not scroll, the total number you can have on your list is really dependent upon your screen resolution. When you become a member at CarolsCornerOffice.com, you have access to this and many, many more articles that include screenshots. Don't delay: visit us today! (view more)

Mon
29
Dec
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Sarah Palin A Winner On Google Zeitgeist List

Sarah Palin may have lost her vice-presidential bid, but she has won at least one prize this year by topping Google's list of the most popular search terms. Rather than measuring the raw number of searches for a particular term, the list measures ... how rapidly a term increased in popularity. Google dubs the study 'Zeitgeist' after a German phrase translating as "the spirit of the times". (Source: bbc.co.uk ) 'Sarah Palin' topped the global list with Obama in fifth, which has several possible explanations. First, Obama was relatively well-known at the beginning of the year, while Palin came to ... (view more)

Mon
29
Dec
Dennis Faas's picture

Adding a Work Menu in MS Word

The Work menu is one of the oldest and most obscure features supported by MS Word. The Work menu is basically a Word specific list of your favorite or most often used documents that remains hidden in the Customize dialog box until you drag it out of ... there and place it on your toolbar. The Work list will hold as many as nine document shortcuts. It is a handy place to store those documents that require regular access. Follow the steps below to put the Work menu in its place on your toolbar: Click on View | Toolbars | Customize. Select the Commands tab. Scroll to the bottom of the Categories ... (view more)

Thu
18
Dec
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Create Drop-Down Lists in MS Excel 2007

Sometimes you want someone to select only from a list that you offer in your worksheet. This is very easy to do in MS Excel 2007. Follow the steps below to learn how:Select row or column cells you will not be using. Place one list item in each cell. ... Where you would like the drop-down list to appear, highlight the cells -- they need not be contiguous. Click on Data | Validation. Under Allow, select List. Check In-cell dropdown. Left-Click the Source box and highlight the cells containing your list. Click OK. Not difficult at all! When you become a member at CarolsCornerOffice.com, you have ... (view more)

Wed
03
Sep
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'Live Cd List', and 'Ubcd For Windows'

Live CD List This program features a huge collection of downloadable live ISOs, mostly Linux, which allow you to burn the simple operating system to CD, then run it from your disc drive, no matter what other OS you may have installed on your hard ... drive. http://www.frozentech.com UBCD For Windows UBCD4Win is a bootable recovery CD that contains software used for repairing, restoring, or diagnosing almost any computer problem. Our goal is to be the most complete and easy to use free computer diagnostic tool. Almost all software included in UBCD4Win are freeware utilities for Windows. http://www ... (view more)

Tue
05
Aug
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'Ultimate List Of Free Windows Software From Microsoft', and 'Clip Guru'

Today's fresh software picks were provided courtesy of Bob Helmer at Shell Extension City. Please note that the below software descriptions are provided solely from the developer and are absent from any guarantee or warranty. You are encouraged to ... review the Shell Extension Software Policy for more details. Ultimate List Of Free Windows Software From Microsoft Fabulous! Microsoft has over 150 FREE Windows and Office Programs available for download -- finding them all is extremely difficult -- until now. http://bhandler.spaces.live.com Clip Guru ClipGuru is for the Windows user who prefers ... (view more)

Wed
02
Jul
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Automatically Start MS Program when you Start your Computer

If you are anything like me, you use the same MS Office programs over and over again, so why not save some time, keystrokes, and energy by having those programs open automatically when you turn on your computer? Follow the steps below to learn how ... to work this particular magic: In Microsoft Windows XP: On the Start menu, click on All Programs | Microsoft Office. In the list of available Office programs, right-click the icon of the program or programs you want to start automatically. Click Copy in the shortcut menu. In the All Programs list, right-click the Startup folder and click Explore on ... (view more)

Tue
24
Jun
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Scan Your Shopping List in the Kitchen, Pick up Your Groceries at the Front Door

A new product is set to debut on the market, hoping to alleviate the hassle of having to write a weekly grocery list, while eliminating procrastination and forgetfulness! Meet the Ikan, a round barcode scanner designed for home use. The device ... boasts a small color screen on the front, a laser scanner underneath and a WiFi antenna inside that connects to virtually any wireless network. How does it work? When you are about to throw away an empty container, simply swipe the barcode of the item underneath the scanner and wait for a beep. The Ikan will consult its online database (containing ... (view more)

Mon
16
Jun
Dennis Faas's picture

Don't Be Redundant in MS Word

Don't you hate it when you have finished a document for your boss or a letter to your best friend and you realize you have used the same word within three or four paragraphs? Well with the Thesaurus feature in MS Word, you no longer have to worry ... about these things! MS Word comes with a built-in Thesaurus and it is very easy to use. Follow the steps below to learn how to use the Thesaurus in MS Word: In Older versions of MS Word, follow these steps: Highlight the word that you would like to replace with another word and then open up the Thesaurus. You can access the Thesaurus in a couple of ... (view more)

Fri
09
May
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Excel Can E-Mail Your Weekly Reports For You!

Many times, in an office setting, you have an Excel spreadsheet that has to be sent to different departments on a weekly basis. Even if you have a distribution list setup in MS Outlook, it still takes some time to setup your e-mail and proof it ... before sending it out. Why not let MS Excel do it for you? Follow the steps below to lighten your workload: Launch MS Excel if it is not already open. Open the workbook containing the report you want to send. Click ALT + F11. The Visual Basic Editor will open. In the Project-VBA Project pane, double-click ThisWorkbook. Go to Insert | Procedure. Click ... (view more)

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