Jacqui at "Ask A Tech Teacher" has compiled a list of ten excel spreadsheet tips that was most viewed by her readers... These same tips can be applied to Google Sheets, as well. I encourage you visit the site to learn more (You will not regret it...)...
Kudos to The Windows Club for giving us FIVE great Microsoft Excel Tips (that I know I will be using). Whether you are learning Excel or already a seasoned user, visit The Windows Club to learn about Microsoft Excel Tips to Save Time and Work Faster ... The five tips they have listed are: 1. Multiple... Continue Reading →
There are numerous PDF converters available that claim to convert PDF files to Microsoft Word or Excel documents. What typically occurs is that the converter turns the PDF into an image and then inserts the image into the Word or Excel document. The end result is that you still cannot edit the contents or text... Continue Reading →
This article is sort of a repeat from a previous article, A FREE Alternative to Microsoft Office And Especially Microsoft Word, that highlighted the poor man’s version of Microsoft Office, called Kingsoft Office Suite Free 2012. Note: From what I am reading, the 2013 version will be available soon. Kingsoft Office Suite Free 2012 is... Continue Reading →
If you are an Android device owner (smartphone or tablet) and you are a Microsoft Office user it is important to have the ability to create, view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel or Powerpoint files, while on the go. The android app that I settled with, that is FREE, is the acclaimed Kingsoft Office for... Continue Reading →
A reader of the blog recently contacted me and pointed me to an online PDF to Excel Conversion Service that is quite nice. What is unique here is that we typically see converters that specialize in moving (or converting) documents to the PDF format; not the other way around. I checked out this service and... Continue Reading →
Typically when you buy a computer these days, you will see Microsoft Office Starter 2010 included in the deal. Microsoft Office Starter 2010 includes Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, with limited functionality and is ad supported. Recently, on the blogging circuit, I noticed that it was discovered that Microsoft Office Starter 2010 could in fact... Continue Reading →
The hits keep on coming… Geek Squeaks’ are weekly marvels of articles crafted by the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll. If you have an interest in computers and information technology, I suggest that you bookmark these sites and make them part of your daily reading. TTC Shelbyville Test Drive Windows 7 Online... Continue Reading →