Ever seen someone spike a piece of paper—a paid invoice or a fulfilled meal order? In many settings, workers will literally impale a piece of paper onto a metal spike once they’ve finished with it, putting it in a safe place so they can refer to it later. Well, you can do the same thing […]
Every autumn, in Dallas, Texas, one of the utmost exciting events takes place – the Texas State Fair. During the span of 24 days (usually), people from all over the world congregate to experience the pure ecstasy of biting into a fried Oreo (amongst other amazing selections of fried cuisine), exchange in a friendly “Howdy” […]
Want to set headers and footers differently for cover page and subsequent pages in a template? Create a ghost page with a few simple steps.
As one of the biggest names in the industry, Microsoft has attracted a significant amount of attention recently. With a new operating system on the way and a fresh incarnation of Office rolling out, there’s been a lot of buzz surrounding these Microsoft programs. While much of Windows has stayed fundamentally the same over the […]
Excel has a lot of useful shortcuts that perform various tasks. The more you know, the more time you can save. Here are eight shortcuts we hope you find useful: To enter the current date into the active cell, press [Ctrl];. To enter the current time, press [Ctrl][Shift];. To enter or edit a cell comment in […]
Microsoft recognizes Tiffany Wallace of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers as a dynamic female in the tech industry in its latest eBook, 12 Amazing Tech Jobs and the Women Who Rock Them.
Businesses have had to cope with an increasing number of cyberattacks in recent months, bringing cybersecurity and data loss prevention solutions into the spotlight. In a blog post written last week, Microsoft partner and CGI vice president of global cybersecurity John Proctor expressed the need for companies to employ identity and access management techniques. IAM allows for […]
Learn how to recover unsaved workbooks
Table views in the Inbox show you a lot of information about your messages. However, the fields (columns) in a specific view may not provide the right data for you. If you open your Inbox to Messages view, you’ll see that the Flag Status Importance field is the default first column, and there is no […]
If you need to enter the Zip code 02364 in your Excel spreadsheet, you’ll probably throw your hands up when Excel automatically changes the value to 2364. Your Zip code must have five digits, but by default Excel doesn’t display leading zeros. Here’s the solution: Create a custom number format with five digits. This custom […]