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    • How to Change an Outlook Password

      How to Change an Outlook Password

      The Microsoft Outlook email application is one of the longest supported email clients on the market. In production for more than 15 years, Microsoft engineers continue to add capabilities to the software suite to include a number of information management capabilities such as tracking tasks, Outlook Calendar, and public share folders. End-users are able to

    • How to Convert Word to PDF

      How to Convert Word to PDF

      Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format that the Adobe Corporation developed. It is used to easily transfer documents via the Internet. PDF files are protected from changes and retain a presentation’s exact elements, thereby avoiding problems like missing fonts or broken layouts. PDF files can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader, an easily

    • How to Make a Newspaper on Microsoft Word

      How to Make a Newspaper on Microsoft Word

      Creating a newspaper can be a personal project for a circle of friends and family or a serious project that is meant for publication, distribution, or sale. Whatever the purpose, creating a professional looking newspaper is something for which most newspaper creators strive. Prospective newspaper creators do not need publishing software to pull it off

    • How to Make a Schedule in Excel

      How to Make a Schedule in Excel

      Microsoft Excel is commonly used to make a chart or spreadsheet, calculate formulas, generate time sheets or calendars, and make agendas. Many people do not realize that Excel is also great for keeping organized. One can use Excel to make a work schedule for employees or a personal schedule to keep one’s self on track.

    • How to Make a Timeline on Microsoft Word

      How to Make a Timeline on Microsoft Word

      A timeline is a tool used in a visual presentation in order to present data or unique events in a sequential fashion over a defined time frame. In the past, unique programs such as the Adobe or Corel tool suites were the only programs available to individuals capable of creating a professional product. Microsoft Word

    • How to Change an Exchange Password

      How to Change an Exchange Password

      To change a Microsoft Exchange password, follow these instructions: Press the [CTRL], [ALT], and [DELETE] keys at the same time. In the window that pops up, click the Change Password button Enter a User name Select the domain that the password is being changed for Enter the old password Enter the new password Enter the

    • How to Add or Delete a Page in Microsoft Word

      How to Add or Delete a Page in Microsoft Word

      Microsoft Word is the commercial word processing program that the Microsoft Corporation created. It was first released in 1983. Since that time, the program has been upgraded to keep pace with technology and is available for use on both the Windows and OS X Operating Systems (OSs). A common task for Microsoft Word users is

    • How Microsoft Office Activation Works

      How Microsoft Office Activation Works

      If you have just purchased Microsoft Office, you will be required to activate this product directly with Microsoft. Microsoft product activation is set up as an anti piracy feature. This feature is created in order to verify that your Microsoft Office suite is not a fake copy and is legitimately licensed to you as the

    • How to Use the Outlook Autodialer

      How to Use the Outlook Autodialer

      If you find that multitasking is a way of life, autodialers can help keep everything under control. In the Microsoft Outlook environment, autodialers become another set of mouse clicks you make as you work through multiple projects simultaneously. In many respects, the question is not how to use an autodialer, but how it can be

    • How to Make a Line Graph in Microsoft Word

      How to Make a Line Graph in Microsoft Word

      Many people assume that Microsoft Word is only for text and Microsoft Excel is for data and graphs. Surprisingly, Microsoft Word can actually be used to create line graphs. It is helpful when putting a presentation or data analysis together to include a line graph along with text. Line graphs are very useful if one

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