Recovering Microsoft Office Documents

How to Set Up Auto Save In Microsoft Office 2013

As any regular user of any program in the Microsoft Office 2013 suite will testify it’s very easy to accidentally close a document without having first saved, and in the process lose what can potentially be hours of work. Of course we all talk the talk telling people to save, save, save as frequently as […]

Windows 10 Aero Snap Improvements

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One of the improvements that Microsoft have made with Windows 10 is with the Aero Snap feature. On previous versions of Windows (Vista / 7 / 8) the Aero Snap feature allowed the iser to drag one window to the left side of the screen, and one window to the right side of the screen, […]

Excel 2013 – Entering Data

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Now that we know how to get around an Excel Spreadsheet,and what the basic layout looks like, its time to start looking at how to enter data. Each Excel Worskheet can have upto 16384 columns and 1048576 rows and each of the cells this creates can have 32000 characters in it (For an explanation on […]

Excel Rows and Columns Explained

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Now that you are able to Open, Close, and manipulate your Excel workbooks and Worksheets, it’s time to have a look at how a worksheet is constructed. Each Excel Worksheet is divided into a number of rows and columns, and the intersection of each row and column is known as a cell. In Excel 2013 […]

Computer Glossary – Tech Terms De-Mystified

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If you’re confused by all the Technical Terms, TLA’s, Technobabble, and other gobbledegook that surrounds computing you’re not alone, we have published this Computer Glossary to try and explain and de-mystify it all for you. As always, if there’s a phrase or word you don’t understand, let us know and we’ll add it to our […]