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How to Create and Print Business Cards with Word 2007

Posted by on April 7, 2009

Business cards are a great way to give a promotion to your company or even your website/blog. There are many sites which offer quality business cards online, both free and paid versions. If you have a good quality printer, you can try creating and printing business cards for free using Microsoft Word 2007. With Word(…)

How to Configure Hotmail POP3 Access in Outlook

Posted by on March 1, 2011

How to Configure Hotmail POP3 Access in Outlook

Previously when Windows Live Hotmail did not have POP3 access, you could still fetch Hotmail emails in Outlook using Outlook connector. But now you can configure Outlook to get all the Windows Live Hotmail emails using POP3 without having to install Outlook connector. Configuring Hotmail in Outlook is very simple and follows the same process(…)

Search Attachments in Outlook with OutlookAttachView

Posted by on March 1, 2011

Search Attachments in Outlook with OutlookAttachView

If you use Outlook and has lots of attachments in the emails received, then its difficult to search out for a specific attachment. OutlookAttachView is a free application which scans your outlook emails and displays all the attachments received. OutlookAttachView scans all messages stored in your Outlook, and displays the list of all attached files(…)

How to Recover Lost Passwords from Outlook PST File

Posted by on March 1, 2011

How to Recover Lost Passwords from Outlook PST File

Outlook provides an option to protect your PST files with password, so that only you have access to your personal folders. PST files can be imported in case you shift from one PC to another PC. If you ever forget the password of the PST file, here a free utility, PstPassword, which helps you to(…)

How to Use Multiple Monitors to Present and See Notes in PowerPoint

Posted by on December 9, 2008

How to Use Multiple Monitors to Present and See Notes in PowerPoint

PowerPoint has a feature where in the speaker or the presenter can add notes to each slide for presentation. While presentation these notes will not be visible if the presentation is shown directly on the projector. Microsoft PowerPoint provides a feature you can use to show the presentation slides on a projector while keeping the(…)

How to Change Default Chart Type in Excel 2007

Posted by on November 25, 2008

How to Change Default Chart Type in Excel 2007

Whenever you want to create a chart from the data in sheet in a Microsoft Office Excel workbook, you can do so by selecting the chart data, and then pressing the F11 key. This action will generate a chart using your default chart type, which is originally set to be a clustered column chart. You(…)

Send Large Files From Microsoft Office Using YouSendIt

Posted by on November 20, 2008

Send Large Files From Microsoft Office Using YouSendIt

YouSendIt, a service which helps to send large files online, has announced the release of an add-in for Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007 which allows you to send files from Office using YouSendIt. Once installed the plugin will add a sub menu in Send options (Office button->Send). When you want to send a file, click(…)

How to Change the Startup folder in Outlook

Posted by on March 1, 2011

How to Change the Startup folder in Outlook

This is a guest post by Aseem Kishore, the lead blogger for HelpDeskGeek.com, which focuses on providing Help Desk tips to IT Professionals. When you open Outlook in XP and Vista, the default folder that you get to view is the Inbox. In some versions of Outlook, like XP or 2003, Outlook will open up(…)

Get More Features in Outlook with Taglocity 2.0

Posted by on November 14, 2008

Get More Features in Outlook with Taglocity 2.0

Taglocity 2.0 is a email management free add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 which helps you to manage your email better. This add-in is designed to reduce email overload for busy professionals. Taglocity 2.0 for Outlook puts the best productivity features of Gmail into Outlooks. Features of Taglocity include enhanced search, conversation threading, tags,(…)

How to Retain Formatting While Copy-Paste in Word

Posted by on October 29, 2008

How to Retain Formatting While Copy-Paste in Word

Many times when we paste contents from other documents or programs to Word, the formatting in the open document is lost and the contents copied from other sources will have the default formatting. So after pasting contents from other sources or document, we have to format it again and this becomes a tedious job many(…)