Jackie Kiadii

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Name: Jackie Kiadii
Date registered: November 27, 2011
URL: http://www.probiztechnology.com

Latest posts

  1. Viewing Gmail (or Any Website) in Outlook 2007/2010 — November 5, 2011
  2. How to Export your Facebook Contacts to Excel — October 29, 2011
  3. PowerPoint 2007 / 2010 Tutorial – Create Graphics The Easy Way — October 11, 2011
  4. Word 2007 Tutorial – How to Get Rid of the Calibri Default Font — August 15, 2011
  5. Outlook 2007 Tip – Edit Quick Parts — August 8, 2011

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Viewing Gmail (or Any Website) in Outlook 2007/2010

How to View Gmail (or Any Other Website) in Outlook Tested in versions 2007/2010 I used this Outlook workaround so that I could view my gmail email messages in Outlook. The traditional method involves adding gmail as an account within Outlook. There is one problem, however. My gmail account is one of my catch-all accounts, …

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How to Export your Facebook Contacts to Excel

Why export your Facebook contacts? You may want a backup of the names and email addresses of your Facebook contacts for any number of reasons, including: as a backup option to connect with your Facebook friends on other services, like Google+ or LinkedIn Doing so involves two steps: Exporting your Facebook contacts to yahoo mail. …

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PowerPoint 2007 / 2010 Tutorial – Create Graphics The Easy Way

Here’s a quick tip for creating graphics with PowerPoint. I often use this quick shortcut to create website buttons and other graphics. Create the graphics on a PowerPoint slide. SmartArt is a good tool for this. Select the items.Hold down your SHIFT key while you select the items, or left-click and drag a box over …

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Word 2007 Tutorial – How to Get Rid of the Calibri Default Font

While teaching a Word 2007 course recently, a student mentioned how annoying it was to have to change the font every time she started a new document. (As you may know, Word 2007 comes with a default font of Calibri.) Fortunately, changing this option is really easy. Type CTRL D to launch the Font dialog …

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Outlook 2007 Tip – Edit Quick Parts

In a previous blog post, Increase Efficiency with Quick Parts, I went over the steps for creating a quick part you can use over and over again. Unfortunately, Outlook 2007 doesn’t provide an easy way to edit quick parts. The way to do it is to make changes to the Quick Parts item, and re-save …

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Word 2007 Tip – Assigning Keyboard Shortcuts

Word 2007 – Assigning Keyboard Shortcuts Since we spend most of our time in Word working with fingers on the keyboard, assigning the commands you use often to keyboard shortcuts can be a valuable time saver. Click the MS Office Button. Click the Word Options (at the bottom of the box). Click Customize to display …

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Access 2007 Tip – Adding a Background Picture to a Form

MS Access 2007 Tip – Adding a background picture to a form. A student in a recent Access class asked, “How do I add a picture  or logo as a background graphic on my form?” The steps to do this  are simple, and involve accessing the properties of a form. Open the form in design …

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Is it time to upgrade from MS Excel to MS Access?

While Excel has powerful database capabilities, it has its limitations. Here are 7 signs it’s time to make the switch to Access.

MS Project Tip – Import Tasks from Excel

Often, there are multiple people who have to give input on planning a project. You can make the process easier by having each member enter their tasks into Excel, merging the lists, and importing the list into Project. Step 1 – Enter the task lists into Excel. Click the Microsoft Office button and click New. …

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Excel Tutorial – Highlighting Duplicate Values

Excel 2007 Tutorial – Highlighting Duplicate Values If you’ve worked with Excel 2007 for a little while, you’ve probably noticed how much easier it is to delete duplicates. What if you wanted to take a look at the duplicate values before you deleted them? This is also very easy. Simply highlight the range of cells …

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