You should have an email address for work, one for personal and one for junk.
Some love it, but others find it annoying to have a preview of their message below or to the side of their email. What's more, it's unsafe to have email automatically open - theoretically a virus could self-run from there. Also, it marks your email as "unread" as you scroll through. To Remove: In outlook... Read more »
Microsoft Word, for example, now saves to a .docx extension instead of .doc Unfortunately you cannot open Office 2007 files from Office 2003 or before.
These are just a few: Ctrl + 5 = Strikethrough text Ctrl + ; = Inserts Date Ctrl + : = Inserts Time Home = Goes to end of row Ctrl + End = Goes to end of worksheet Ctrl + Home = Goes to top of worksheet Ctrl + PageDown = Goes to next... Read more »
It’s called a screen capture and it’s a free feature in Windows. Whenever you want to take a picture of something happening on your monitor, just press the PrintScreeen button on your keyboard.
Especially made for the office calendar administrator, you can have notes placed in your calendar for national and cultural holidays.
Here are some quick hot-keys that you can use to quickly navigate around in IE7: Ctrl-T = Open a new tab Ctrl-Tab = Go to the next tab to the right Ctrl-Shift-Tab = Go to the next tab to the left Ctrl-Click = Open a link in a new tab Ctrl-E = Brings you to... Read more »
Recently there has been a huge increase in the amount of spam, or unwanted email advertisements, going to spam protection. Even the best spam protection cannot block 100% of these.
With higher temperatures, your computer has to work harder than ever to operate normally.
These are just a few: Ctrl + A = Select All Ctrl + B = Bold highlighted selection Ctrl + C = Copy selection Ctrl + V = Paste the copied items Ctrl + P = Print Ctrl + I = Italics Ctrl + U = Underline Ctrl + Z = Undo Ctrl + Y... Read more »