This article is part of Mysticgeek’s Realm, a How-To Geek blog focused on IT geekery.
Flowcharts are a very good way to get a new idea explained in a presentation. Office 2007 has some great new tools for creating a visual appealing flowchart which can be used from Excel, Word or PowerPoint. Here we will take a look at creating a simple flowchart in Word 2007.
Perhaps you come up a formula that actually proves the Theory of Relativity is completely wrong. Maybe you have written a best selling novel in Word 2007. You definitely want to associate a protective license on it. in our digital age there is an enormous amount of Ideas, creative writings, and music are available at our finger tips. It is very important to protect your work. The Creative Commons add-in for Office 2007 makes it easy.
Another busy week in computer technology! This week we covered Internet storage to email solutions and threw in some Friday fun. Next week stay tuned for more in depth computer geekery coverage. In case you missed anything here is a list of the topics covered in The Realm.
Another week completed and your boss is hounding you with a bunch of last minute projects he thinks need to be done by the end of the day. Hey! Why should you have to pick up all the slack because the boss didn’t delegate efficiently during the week? Time to look busy in your cube with time wasting Opera Gadgets.
Microsoft has actually come up with some impressive stuff with their Live services. One of the newer features still in Beta but open to anyone is Office Live Workspace. The purpose of Office Live Workspace is to allow more efficient access and use of documents both for yourself and other team members.
This is mean as a introduction to Office Live Workspaces allowing you to get familiar with what is offered. Next week we I will go into this service a lot more in depth showing more cool functions available. Also, we will cover Office Live Small Business which can get small business owners online and working efficiently with customers and employees.
We’ve written previously about how to set the Office 2007 color scheme away from that awful default blue, but you can also set it with a quick registry hack or even via group policy on your network, so we’ll cover that here.
Are there times when you are reading something online or come up with an idea and want to quickly email a friend or colleague? It might be hard to believe but some people do not always have their email client open all day! As a time saver for those folks we can create a shortcut on the Desktop to send email. This comes in handy if you email particular contact(s) on a regular basis.