If you have ever asked how to change the default background color of the Calendar in Outlook 2007, read on. Read more .
If your PDF prints larger or smaller than you want, use Page Scaling to print at the size you’d prefer. Use Tiling to print banners and other large format items across multiple sheets of paper. Read more .
You can shut down, restart or log off from Windows 7 or Vista in a few quick steps – without going through the Start Menu or using any 3rd party applications. Read more.
When you find yourself performing a task or series of tasks repeatedly Excel spreadsheets, save time by creating a macro to do the work for you. Read more .
Several printing options in PowerPoint 2007 let you print slides, speaker notes, presentation outline, and audience handouts. Here are tips on how to use them. Read more.
If you work while traveling, you can always use a longer battery life. It makes little sense to lug your laptop around if it’s constantly out of power. Having a spare battery certainly helps, but practicing energy-saving habits to prolong the life of your laptop battery works too. Read more.
Since paper is relatively inexpensive, especially when compared to the price of ink, you may think more about conserving ink. But conserving paper too is great for the environment – and your wallet. Fortunately, it’s easy to do. Read more.
The mouse is a primary way of interacting with the computer, so smooth and responsive functioning is a must. Here are some tips for trouble-free mousing. Read more .
When saving a file in Windows 7 you can select a library to save it in – but because libraries aren’t real locations, the file is stored to the defined save folder such as My Documents or Public Documents. However, you can reset the properties of the folder to suit your needs. Read more.
Jump Lists are lists of recently opened items, such as files, folders, or websites, organized by the program that you used to open them. You can also pin favorites to a Jump List, so you can quickly get to the items that you use every day. Read more.