Microsoft Excel has so many features. One I just found was how to send an email from Excel. It’s really easy too, you can watch the video or scan through these quick steps. How To Email From Microsoft Excel Go to your Quick Access Tool bar, click on the dropdown and roll down to Excel and click on it. That’s it! Here’s the screenshot of […]
This week, we’re going to talk about using LastPass’ Emergency Access feature. Using this feature allows a trusted person to ask for and after a waiting period, get access to our passwords in the event we can not. This gives our family member(s) the ability to log in to pay bills, find accounts for insurance, etc. to handle our estate. I use LastPass to manage
Editor’s Note: This article is being updated January of 2018 to give more screen shots and more information on exactly where to find the Lynda.com training place on the library website! What additional services does your library offer? Libraries do much more than lend books, music and movies. We’re going to look at Lynda.com – a popular and highly-rated training service that sells for $25/month.
A tool I use everyday is the Windows Snipping Tool. I wrote about Snipping Tool back in 2011. It’s a great utility belt tool for getting quick screenshots to demo or illustrate a point. There are times when you need more and Skitch (from Evernote) fits the bill. In this article, we’ll take a look at Snipping Tool and Skitch and when you would use
If you’ve ever had a project in front of you where you needed to go through huge numbers of computer files and rename them or search for a particular word or symbol and replace them quickly, then the Bulk File Rename Utility is for you. My client wanted to move many thousands of files and folders from his server to OneDrive for Business. We found
I’ve been wanting to try out the Windows 8.1 Refresh setting. This is new with Windows 8.1. Instead of completely wiping your PC and reinstalling everything, you can choose PC Refresh and it keeps all your files, apps and personalization settings and reinstalls Windows 8.1, hopefully getting rid of accumulated cruft and enabling the machine to run faster. I tried it recently on my Lenovo
Have you ever been in a hurry to download software and blast by all the prompts clicking ‘yes’ or ‘accept’ without reading them? It’s so frustrating to miss one of these and end up with software on your computer or on your web toolbars that you didn’t want. This is called unintended software and we’ll look at what to watch for and how to get
We’re going to look at a couple of utilities in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 this week – Windows Task Manager and the Windows Compatibility Troubleshooter. The day may come when you need to find out what version of software you’re using. You may be asked by tech support so they can narrow down a problem, or you may need to verify you have the