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3G-My Life as a ProBlogger

3G – “A spark of revolution of the modern mind.”~ Eddie Gear As a blogger I look up to pros like Darren Rowse, Brian Clark and Amit Agarwal. These legendary bloggers have the technological support and facilities available to them that help them balance their personal and professional life. Being a ProBlogger is not easy […]

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  • Updated January 1, 2016

How to Cross-Find Similar Product Codes in Microsoft Excel

This is a guest post written by Yoav Ezer.  Many people use Microsoft Excel to work with external data sources, but of course in the real world data is not supplied in a clean, easy to use format. What can you do if you have multiple sources of data? For example, what about stores who […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015

Creating Slides in PowerPoint 2010

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When you open a new blank PowerPoint presentation, you will notice that there’s just one slide that’s displayed by default. PowerPoint 2010 allows you to add more slides to the presentation in one of the following ways. You can select a method that is more adaptable to the presentation you are working on. For a […]

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  • Updated January 14, 2016
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A Peek at the Windows Live Writer 2011 Ribbon

With the release of the Windows Live Essentials suite, the blogging community can now look forward to using the new look Windows Live Writer 2011 application. In this post, I will take a peek at the Windows Live Writer 2011 Ribbon, which has been freshly introduced to the Writer 2011 interface. Although users who are […]

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  • Updated October 3, 2016

How to Set Desktop Alerts for Specific RSS Feeds in Outlook

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If you are subscribing to RSS feeds using Outlook 2010, then you are most likely to set rules to directly move specific feeds to specific folders created for each feed. However, there may be instances where you want RSS email alerts for specific subject feeds. For example, you may have subscribed to a site that […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015

Create Attractive Comments Using Excel 2010 Formatting Options

Chances are that you are sharing an Excel worksheet with a whole lot of calculations in it with a colleague. There may be instances when cell values need further explanation for better understanding. For example, it will make more sense to your colleague, if you added an explanation about a formula that you used or […]

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  • Updated December 27, 2015
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5 Cool Ways to Manage Multiple Open Windows in Windows 7

When you are working with multiple open windows in Windows 7, you might have a tough time finding exactly what you want. Shuffling between the different windows can be really irksome and you might end up losing valuable time in the process. The Aero feature in Windows 7 enables you to effectively manage all your […]

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  • Updated December 27, 2015
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How to Recall a Message in Outlook 2010

If you are using an email client, one of the most important things to know is how to recall a message. Most email users often find ourselves in a situation where we sent a wrong email to a client or a customer, or inadvertently sent the right email to the wrong recipients. If you are […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015
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How to Collect Votes Using Outlook 2010

Consider a scenario where you need to gather information about the popularity of a new program or collect volunteers for a workshop in your office. Whatever the situation, when you want to poll data from a large population, it will be a tedious task to do it manually. Outlook 2010 provides a set of default […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015
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Navigate Effectively Using Jump Lists in Windows 7

Jump lists are tiny thumbnail lists that display the most recently used items associated with a program on the Start menu/Task bar. Jump lists come with certain default options, but can be customized to suit each user’s requirements. For example, the jump list for the Internet Explorer icon on the Task bar displays options to […]

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  • Updated December 27, 2015