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Your house style in Microsoft Office

Not only do you want your documents to look neat and tidy, you also want them to have a recognisable and consistent layout in line with your house style. MS Office programs such as Word come with some useful tools that can help you. More...


Do macros make life easier?

Do you often perform the same tasks in Word or Excel? How can the macro function that both programs are equipped with help you to perform repetitive tasks automatically? More...


Design your own digital fill-in forms

Would you like your customers, your colleagues or the members of your club to be able to fill in a digital form? Is it possible to easily create such a form in your word processor? More...


LibreOffice with ribbon: an alternative to Office 2016?

All recent versions of Microsoft Office are equipped with a “ribbon” to increase user efficiency. Free open-source office suites didn’t have such a ribbon. However the new version 5.3 of LibreOffice does have one. How good is it? More...


Office 2016: worth the upgrade?

Microsoft recently launched the latest version of its office suite, Office 2016. What does this new version have to offer, and is it really worth the upgrade? More...


Word, Excel and PowerPoint: free in Windows 10

If you’ve switched to Windows 10 you will find - hidden deep in the Store - free versions of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. They are “mobile” or “universal” apps. What do they have to offer? More...


Working more efficiently with Word 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 has been around for quite a while now. It’s a very versatile word processor, but in what way can you use it to process texts more efficiently? Here are some useful tips. More...


Working more efficiently in Office using Quick Access

Office 2007 and 2010 show the Quick Access Toolbar at the top left in every window. By default this toolbar is quite empty, but if you configure it properly it will make your work a great deal more efficient. More...


What to expect from Office 2010

Microsoft traditionally releases a new version of its popular Office suite every three to four years, so right on cue Office 2010 will be available soon. What can we expect? More...


Office 2007 and the Internet

Microsoft’s Office 2007 suite has been around for a couple of months now. This article reviews the new version’s Internet options and online functions. More...
Last updated: 26.02.2020

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