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If you find interesting or important data in a table on a website it might be helpful to import it into Excel. Today we will look at how to import data from a table on a website into Excel which will allow you to organize and add to reports.

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Do you have Microsoft Outlook open all day at work dwelling on company business but would rather be updating your Facebook profile?  Today we will look at a small add-on utility which allows you to interact with your Facebook profile from within Outlook.

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FBLook is a small utility that integrates seamlessly with Outlook and allows you to update your Facebook status, show what your playing in iTunes or WMP, see your friend status, and receive notifications.

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You wish your co-workers and colleagues would send you several documents all zipped into one file, but so often it is not the case.  Here we will look at saving multiple attachments to your hard dive all at once.

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You wish your co-workers and colleagues would send you several documents all zipped into one file, but so often it is not the case. Here we will look at saving multiple attachments to your hard dive all at once.

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Sometimes when we get Microsoft Word documents with several or large images it can take an annoying amount of time to open. Here we will look at how to display the document text quickly, then get the images to display later.

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Have you ever needed to email large files but your IT dept limits attachments to 10MB or lower?  Today we will look at a plug-in for Outlook that will allow you to send attachments up to 100MB for free.

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Have you ever needed to email large files but your IT dept limits attachments to 10MB or lower? Today we will look at a plug-in for Outlook that will allow you to send attachments up to 100MB for free.

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Microsoft Access is a great place to store and organize data into tables, and creating queries to generate specific reports.  Excel simplifies the process of presenting the  data into single worksheets.  Here we will show the steps to import an Access table into Excel.

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Microsoft Access is a great place to store and organize data into tables, and creating queries to generate specific reports. Excel simplifies the process of presenting the data into single worksheets. Here we will show the steps to import an Access table into Excel.

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If you subscribe to daily email news letters they can quickly fill up an inbox.  You might want to save them to read or reference at a later time.  Keeping these emails in specific folders is a good way to keep organized.  Today we will take a look at how to create a rule in Outlook to automatically place regularly received email messages in specifically assigned folders.

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If you subscribe to daily email news letters they can quickly fill up an inbox. You might want to save them to read or reference at a later time. Keeping these emails in specific folders is a good way to keep organized. Today we will take a look at how to create a rule in Outlook to automatically place regularly received email messages in specifically assigned folders.

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Most of us spend a painful amount of time in Microsoft Outlook, reading emails from the pointy-haired bosses and sending TPS reports around. Since you’re already in Outlook, why not browse the web a little?

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Most of us spend a painful amount of time in Microsoft Outlook, reading emails from the pointy-haired bosses and sending TPS reports around. Since you’re already in Outlook, why not browse the web a little?

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It can be frustrating when custom backgrounds do not print out with a Word document. According the the Microsoft Office Website, user created backgrounds do not print by default, so today we will show you how to make sure Word prints document backgrounds.

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Have you ever needed to email large files but your IT dept limits attachments to 10MB or less?  Thanks to the Acrobat.com Outlook Add-in you can send large files for free (up to 5GB).

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Have you ever needed to email large files but your IT dept limits attachments to 10MB or less?  Thanks to the Acrobat.com Outlook Add-in you can send large files for free (up to 5GB).

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Using the new Ribbon feature in Office 2007 takes time to learn…time you don’t have because projects are stacking up.  Today we will look at UBitMenu, a utility that puts the familiar Office 2003 menu into the 2007 ribbon.

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Using the new Ribbon feature in Office 2007 takes time to learn…time you don’t have because projects are stacking up.  Today we will look at UBitMenu, a utility that puts the familiar Office 2003 menu into the 2007 ribbon.

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Most of us know easy ways to turn a Word or other text document into a PDF, but what if we need to convert a PDF to Word?  Today we will take a look at some methods to turn a PDF document into a Word or other text document.

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Earlier last year we looked at Creating a Flow Chart in Word 2007.  Since then I have received a few questions regarding how to make links in Word 2007 Flow Charts, so let’s go back and take a look!

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Earlier last year we looked at Creating a Flow Chart in Word 2007.  Since then I have received a few questions regarding how to make links in Word 2007 Flow Charts, so let’s go back and take a look!

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Do you ever print out a calendar so you have a paper copy to write on? This can be very useful for putting up on the fridge and scheduling events like soccer practice or the next episode of Dexter… or maybe just for writing out this week’s goals.

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Do you ever print out a calendar so you have a paper copy to write on? This can be very useful for putting up on the fridge and scheduling events like soccer practice or the next episode of Dexter… or maybe just for writing out this week’s goals.

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So the presents are wrapped, but all of your family members are coming over in a few days and you didn’t pick out nice cards… but never fear, you can whip out Microsoft Word and impress the relatives with a customized card for each person, or just go with the generic standby for everybody.

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