How To Recover Unsaved Microsoft Excel Files

How To Recover Unsaved Microsoft Excel FilesNothing could be worse than doing some really hard work on a project using Microsoft Excel, only to lose some, if not all. This often happens to people due to several scenarios. In some cases, a person may close out the file accidentally without saving it. Other times, their computer may crash without warning. A few may have the device they are using, freeze and stop working. No matter which one of these or other things happened, it is a nightmare.… Read the rest

Tips For Recovering Corrupt Or Lost Documents in Microsoft Office

Tips For Recovering Corrupt Or Lost Documents in Microsoft Office
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If you use Microsoft Office frequently then you know how frustrating it can be if you lose your work. It can be due to the file being corrupt or lost. Whether it is while you are using Excel, Word or PowerPoint, the idea of losing your work is a nightmare. In some cases, you may not get the file or document to open up at all.… Read the rest

Microsoft Word vs. OpenOffice vs. LibreOffice

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With the regained trust in Microsoft and Windows 10, there is some debate about which programs should be used for your everyday computer needs. Should you still use OpenOffice as your go-to office program suite? Or is, with the upgrade, Microsoft Word the better alternative again? What about LibreOffice?

Lets have a look at what the future may bring for the office suite you want to put your trust in.… Read the rest

10 Microsoft Word Tricks You Should Know

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Microsoft word has been around for a long time helping many people easily work on documents of all kinds. There are numerous shortcuts and tips which make using the powerful word processor even easier. Check out some of these 10 Microsoft word tricks you may or may not know about below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 – By now, most of us know about using the shortcuts ‘Ctrl+v’ and ‘Ctrl+c’ to quickly copy and paste our work in word.… Read the rest

Media Files supported by Windows Software

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There are many free programs you can use to watch videos, listen to audio files, or view pictures and images with. Yet, not many people feel comfortable downloading and installing unknown software – especially since some can’t even open all formats. After having had a look at native Apple files before, we will have a look at media files that are supported by Windows native programs this time.… Read the rest