When someone mentions ‘breaking’ something, most will think of the physical action. Writers will think of something different.
The tech industry is always moving forward, it seems that a new concept or system is introduced on a near weekly basis. This often comes at the cost of older systems which are left behind when developers stop supporting them.
Think back to the last PowerPoint presentation you saw. Did it have charts, graphs or other figures obviously from Excel spreadsheets? Were they good
Computers and the software we use have been instrumental in enabling businesses to reach previously unseen and unattainable levels of productivity.
It’s been a long time coming, but Microsoft has finally released a new version of Office. The end of January release brought with it a completely new version of Office, one that is a little more modern, maybe even more exciting. In true Microsoft fashion however, there are numerous versions of Office 2013 making it slightly complicated to know which version will fit well with your business.
When it comes to software, essential programs, like Microsoft’s Outlook, are expected by its users to just work. Anyone who has used these programs knows that while it does perform 99% of the time, there is still that 1% where it doesn’t work completely. One of the bigger issues tends to be emails that just sit in the outbox
When it comes to software, Microsoft is one of the major tech juggernauts. Their software can be found on over 90% of computers, normally in the form of operating systems or office suites. In regards to the office systems, Microsoft will officially release a new version – 2013 – in the new year
Microsoft Office’s Excel is an incredibly useful program for businesses, regardless of what industry they are in. While it is a helpful tool, spreadsheets often reach a point where there are so many rows and columns that you find yourself constantly scrolling up and down and left to right. The good news is that Excel has a feature that helps you keep track of the reference rows and columns more easily.
How many times has this happened: You’re waiting for an important contract to be emailed to you, hear the ding of a new message in your inbox, only to find out it’s a junk message. This can be irritating to say the least, and some of us can get upwards of 100 of these irritations each day. Fortunately, if you use Microsoft 365′s Outlook, you can decrease the number of junk emails you receive.
The ability to work together on a project or document is not new, and has been business practice for about as long as there has been business. With the digital era, teamwork moved online and collaboration has really taken off