With Excel, you can split one cell into multiple rows or a comma delimited cell into multiple rows. This tutorial explains how.
Category Microsoft Excel
With the Microsoft Outlook email client, you can easily sort the work or personal email messages you receive into subfolders under the Inbox folder. By default, Outlook shows a desktop alert for new messages which are delivered to the Inbox. However, alerts are not shown automatically for subfolders. Fortunately, you can create a rule to […]
Category Microsoft Outlook
If you find that your Mozilla Firefox browser is running too slowly, there could be many possible reasons behind this. However, one of the most common is that the add-ons installed with Firefox are using too much memory. You can determine which of your add-ons are inhibiting the performance of Firefox using this technique.
Category Mozilla Firefox
Are you worried about losing your tweets on Twitter? Being a Twitter user myself, I am concerned about my account. In fact, I like to have a backup of all my personal digital data on the internet, including my tweets. To back up your tweets, you no longer need to depend on any third-party backup […]
Trying to find the IP address of a networked printer can be frustrating. Using these techniques, you should be able to locate it from your Windows computer.
Privacy has always been a hot topic when it comes to social networking, especially on Facebook. Hiding your Friends List is one the most important privacy settings in your Facebook account. Because Facebook keeps updating its privacy settings to keep its one billion (and counting) users happy, you might have had difficulty figuring out how […]
A trigger is special type of stored procedure that is executed when an INSERT, DELETE or UPDATE statement modifies data in a table.
From sharing movies and songs at home to folders and files with colleagues at work, the File Sharing Wizard is the easiest way to get started using the networking service within Windows.
Though Facebook is the most popular medium for inviting friends to social events, parties, or public meetings, you can use Google+, the fastest growing social network, to do the same with more features.
If your WiFi network is secured, you will need your password to permit other devices access to your network. However, most of us with a WiFi network connection tend to forget our passwords because the gadgets we use from day to day connect automatically. Fortunately, you can locate your password in a few simple steps. […]