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PivotTables are one of the most powerful features of Microsoft Excel. They allow large amounts of data to be analyzed and summarized in just a few mouse clicks. In this article, we explore PivotTables, understand what they are, and learn … Continue reading
Most people know that Outlook stores your email in a PST file, but figuring out where that file is located is a lot more tricky. Here’s how to figure out where it is, and how you can move it to … Continue reading
In a recent article, we introduced the Excel function called VLOOKUP and explained how it could be used to retrieve information from a database into a cell in a local worksheet. In that article we mentioned that there were two … Continue reading
Google Calendar is a great way to share appointments, and synchronize your schedule with others. Here we show you how to view your Google Calendar in Outlook 2010 too. Google Calendar Log into the Google Calendar and under My Calendars … Continue reading
Carrying out complex operations & applying conditions on tables in Access are not that much easy as in Excel. Some users are still confusing it with Excel which is synonymous to belittling Access capabilities. Access however, provides essentials of Relational … Continue reading
Microsoft Word is a wonderful tool for writing documents, but did you know that you can now use it to post to your blog as well? This is tremendously useful if you tend to write very long, wordy posts, or … Continue reading
Do you prefer the way Gmail sorts your emails by conversation? Here’s how you can use this handy feature in Outlook 2010 too. One exciting new feature in Outlook 2010 is the ability to sort and link your emails by … Continue reading
If you would like better communication with your co-workers here is a quick tip on sharing your calendar in Outlook. This will only work if you are using an Exchange Server e-mail account, typically something you’d be using in a … Continue reading
How many times have you tried to schedule a meeting and gotten the time wrong because the other participants are in another time zone? This is a frequent occurrence in our office, but there’s an easy way to add the … Continue reading
If you are looking for an easy way to share your Outlook 2007 calendars with others, one solution is to publish your calendar to Microsoft Office Online service. Share Calendar Online Open up the calendar in Outlook and Right-click the … Continue reading