Sometimes you might need to pull items from an Access database and put them into Excel so you can organize them for a report or presentation. Here we will take a look at how to import the database using Access and Excel 2007.
The new Windows 7 Search is greatly improved over previous versions and allows you to search for data on local and networked machines. Today we take it a step further and show you how to extend the search capability to sites on the Internet.
Ever wished that you could combine your Bookmarks Menu and Bookmarks Toolbar together? Now you can with Bookmarks UI Consolidator.
In these tough economic times it can be frustrating or impossible to shell out a lot of money for MS Office productivity suite. Today we take a look IBM Lotus Symphony, which is a full suite of office apps built on Open Office technology and produces quality documents and presentations.
Do you love using Google Chrome but wish that it had some extra features built in? Now you can still enjoy all of that Chrome goodness and more with ChromePlus.
WordPad and Paint are often overlooked accessories included in all versions of Windows since 95. They are still included in Windows 7 and now have a new look with some enhanced features. Here we will take a look at some of the new improvements.
Microsoft Web Apps will allow you to edit, view, and share MS Office documents over the web with the same functionality as their desktop suite. They recently launched a limited technical preview to users last week and today we will take a look at what they have to offer so far.
Looking for an easy way to deal with those annoying flash elements in webpages while browsing with Chrome? Now you can with the BlockFlash2 User Script.
If you’re an administrator and trying to get work done quickly, having the Program Compatibility Assistant popping up constantly can be annoying. Today we take a look at how to disable this feature if you are tired of seeing the nagging messages.
Looking for a fun and creative way to display and access your favorite bookmarks in webpage format? Now you can do both with MyBookmarks for Firefox.
Looking for a wonderful image program for your children (or inner child)? Tux Paint makes a terrific addition to your family’s computer whether you are using Windows, Linux, or Mac.
If you’ve ever encountered a problem where Windows seems to randomly assign the wrong icon thumbnails to your pictures, or sometimes they all show up with the same thumbnail picture for no reason. There’s a simple fix that almost always works.
Are you wishing that there was a way to only print the material that you need in a webpage without all the other junk? Now you can do so quickly and easily with Printee for IE.
Creating charts in Excel spreadsheets is a great way to represent data in a visually appealing way, but can be too time consuming finding the appropriate one. Today we take a look at Chart Advisor from Microsoft Office Labs which makes the process more efficient.
Looking for a way to discover new music online in a Twitter style format? Today we take a look at Blip.fm which lets you share and discover music and socialize with other users who enjoy similar artists and groups.
Looking for an easy way to access and manage your Delicious Bookmarks collection with minimal UI impact? Now you can with SimpleDelicious for Firefox.
Does working with your tabs in a sidebar sound better than using the Tab Bar itself? If so, you can now move those tabs to the side with Tab Sidebar.
Blinking text on a webpage can be extremely annoying. Here we take a look at how to disable the annoyance in Firefox.
Would you like to access Gmail automatically every time that you click on a mailto link in Google Chrome? Now you can with a little bit of extension magic.
Looking for a good program to create resized copies of your pictures with? Then Easy Thumbnails is a program that you should take a close look at.