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Where To Go After Office 2010 End Of Life

The changing face of Microsoft Office Recently, Microsoft announced that it would be ending extended support for Microsoft Office 2010 come October 13th, 2020. While this is in line with the typical support cycle for the company’s software, what’s new has been the push to the subscription-based Office 365 and Office 365 ProPlus over the one-time purchase of prior versions... Read More

Microsoft End of Life: Products That Will Soon Cease Support

“Out with the old; in with the new”, as they say. Microsoft will soon be dropping support for some of their beloved products. On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will be ceasing support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Support to Soon End for Windows 7, Server 2008 R2, Office 2010, and some Windows 8 and Windows 10 Versions... Read More

What Is Office 365 ProPlus?

To answer that question for your enterprise, you should know some critical background information. Therefore, I want to take a closer look at the announcements and expectations for Office 2019 and compare them to its subscription/cloud-based alternative. Enterprises can purchase Office 365 using four licensing options: Office 365 ProPlus (latest Office 365 ProPlus fat client version of Microsoft Office currently... Read More

Microsoft Office 2010 Approaching End of Life

Microsoft Office 2010 will reach its end of extended support on October 13, 2020. If you haven’t already begun to upgrade your Office 2010 environment, we recommend you start now. Incidentally, if you are still running Office 2007, you might be surprised to learn that Microsoft stopped its extended support on October 10, 2017. You should understand that running old... Read More

Excel 2013’s Quick Analysis

Microsoft Excel is one of the most versatile office tools available to business owners and managers. This spreadsheet creator allows for users to track hours, sales, and really almost any kind of data. It also allows data to be manipulated, usually by visualizing it, so that it is easier to digest and understand. Excel 2013 has a great feature –... Read More

OneNote – 5 Things You May Not Know

How many people would you say use Microsoft Office? Well, according to Microsoft, it’s over one billion. The vast majority of users tend to stick with the big three programs – Word, Excel and PowerPoint – but there are other programs included in most versions of Office that are equally useful. One such program is the note app OneNote. So... Read More

How to adjust margins in Word

The word processor is one of the few programs that are absolutely essential to every industry, and can consequently be found on almost every computer. If you ask 100 people what program they use, at least 90% will answer Microsoft Word. Word is versatile, and offers many features, including the ability to set the white space – or margins –... Read More

How to save a Word file as a PDF

One of the more popular file formats used by businesses is the PDF (Portable Document Format). Download documents, brochures or other content online and chances are high they will be saved to your computer as PDFs. This file type is so popular largely because it saves the document’s format and layout, making it accessible and readable on nearly any system.... Read More

Keyboard shortcuts for presentations

Dread or love them, presentations are a part of almost every position in business. The most common tool used to create and show these presentations is Microsoft’s PowerPoint, in fact, many simply call a digital presentation a PowerPoint. Microsoft has implemented a few keyboard shortcuts that may help if you have a tough time giving presentations. Here are 12 useful... Read More

Excel 2013 – 18 keyboard shortcuts

When it comes to navigating a computer program like Microsoft Excel, the mouse is good, but the keyboard can be a heck of a lot better. Programs like Excel, worksheets in general, rely heavily on the keyboard for navigation, in fact, it’s not uncommon to see expert users forgo the mouse, and be better off for it. If you have... Read More