Software has become pretty user friendly, but there are times when you wish you could just click-and drag between software programs. For instance, maybe you want to capture a news headline for the date of your stock portfolio spreadsheet. The Internet changes so quickly that you might not know or remember what the news headlines… Read More »
We’ve all done it before—either you forget to save a workbook, you accidentally save it when you should have saved it as a different name, or maybe you lose work because of that rare power outage. Whatever the cause, there’s no need to panic when you think you’ve lost your work in Excel 2010. You… Read More »
Many MS Excel users find that they have to work with data originating in other applications, such as database, payroll and accountancy, websites and content management systems. Often problems arise when the data is inserted into MS Excel, resulting in difficulties working with the new spreadsheet. One solution I’ve found extremely useful is to ‘clean’… Read More »
If you’re trying to connect with Cisco VPN Client on Windows 8, you may get an error message like this: Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the Client. Reason 442: Failed to enable Virtual Adapter.
We have put together some of our favourite web browser keyboard short-cuts. They should work across all browsers but if you find one that doesn’t, maybe let us know in the comments below.
These guys have put together the perfect guide to keeping those cables tidy. I’m sure your colleagues will appreciate your efforts if you follow the instructions in the video and keep those cables neat and tidy.
We have put together some of our favourite Microsoft PowerPoint keyboard short-cuts. Simply print it out on an A4 page and fold along the lines, stick the ends together and you have your very own quick reference card for your desk. View our PowerPoint courses here…
We have put together some of our favourite Microsoft Outlook keyboard short-cuts. Simply print it out on an A4 page and fold along the lines, stick the ends together and you have your very own quick reference card for your desk.
Ever wondered what all those paste options in Microsoft Excel actually do?
So we have updated our Microsoft Word cheat sheet and made it look a bit prettier.