What exactly is OneDrive?

What exactly is OneDrive?

Businesses who subscribe to Microsoft Office 365, gain access to a number of programs, one of which is OneDrive for Business. At first glance, this would appear to be the same as the OneDrive that personal users also access. However, despite sharing the same name, they are two different programs. Here is a brief overview […]

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How to combine cells in Excel

How to combine cells in Excel

Have you ever been working with a list in Excel and had to combine more than two cells into a new cell? The seemingly easiest way to do this is to copy the contents from both cells and paste them into the new cell, then edit them for spacing. But, did you know that there […]

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Add headers and footers in Excel

Add headers and footers in Excel

Most business users are familiar with using work applications like Microsoft Excel. While Excel creates charts and tables to make information easier to read, there’s a function that most users tend to forget, or are unaware of – headers and footers. So let’s see what they are and how adding them to your spreadsheet can […]

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Outlook Web App’s added features

Outlook Web App’s added features

Ever wonder how we managed without email? Having been a vital part of businesses for over a decade, email not only simplifies communication processes but has evolved into a versatile platform for collaboration too. One such service is the Outlook Web App for Office 365, which has just made document collaboration easier through its added […]

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How to create address books in Outlook

How to create address books in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook, though commonly known to be an email application, also has a wide range of other useful functions to handle business matters. Among these is its ability to store up names, email addresses, and details of contacts from a local directory or the user’s server. The significance of creating an address book is obvious […]

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The Spike – Word's unknown feature

The Spike – Word's unknown feature

Microsoft Office is widely considered to be one of the most important and popular software suites. With this software, employees can accomplish many major office-based tasks their job requires. While there are numerous programs incorporated in the suite, Word is arguably the most useful and well-known. The latest version – 2013 – has some interesting […]

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Advanced Research pane in Office 2013

Advanced Research pane in Office 2013

Microsoft Office 2013 is the latest version of Office that was released just last year. It offers more features than the older versions and it also gives access to online Office applications. More formats are supported and it offers integration to various web based services including Flickr, Skype, Hotmail and SkyDrive. And the research icon […]

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Using the new search folder in Outlook

Using the new search folder in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is an application included in the Microsoft Office Suite. While it’s most commonly used to access different email accounts e.g., personal and business, it also has other features, including calendar, contacts, and tasks. It also comes with a search folder that lets you instantly find messages that fall under certain criteria. Outlook is […]

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Getting help with Office issues

Getting help with Office issues

Microsoft Office (MS Office) is a popular and top-selling software suite that features a myriad of publishing programs for desktop computers. Basically, it comes with an array of applications that can help you document everything needed in your work, studies or business. As a user, you have the option to choose from several different suites […]

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