How to Add the Developer Tab in Word 2016

The Word 2016 navigational structure is based around the ribbon at the top of the window. By clicking any of the tabs on that ribbon you are presented with a set of tools and settings that fall within the category identified by the ribbon tab. But if you are trying to perform a specific action […]

How to Change Print Quality in Excel 2016

I wish I could work in Excel and not have to worry about printing. Spreadsheets are much easier to deal with on a computer (in my opinion), and the default settings in Excel aren’t ideal for the majority of the situations where I find myself printing in the program. Unfortunately spreadsheet printing is here to […]

How to Size Your Slides for Legal Paper in Powerpoint 2013

Printing on legal paper can be a little more difficult than it should be in some situations, and you may have found that one of those situations can come up with Microsoft Powerpoint. The legal paper size is often ideal for certain types of presentations, particularly if you need the extra page space when you […]

How to Change the Name of a Ribbon Tab in Excel 2016

The tabs at the top of the navigational ribbon in Excel 2016 have been very similar for several versions of Excel. This continuity makes transitioning from version of the program to another a little simpler. But if you find that you are struggling to remember where a particular option or setting is located, then you […]

How to Turn Off Drag and Drop Editing in Word 2011 for Mac

When you are working in Word and Excel on a computer with a touchpad or a sensitive mouse, it’s very easy to accidentally select words and move them around. This happens because of a feature in Word that allows you to select something in the document, then drag that selection to a different location. While […]

How to Turn off Automatic Lists in Powerpoint 2013

Bulleted and numbered lists are great visual tools to use in slide shows. It lets you separate ideas into distinct units that you can then evaluate as you discuss a slide. But you may find that Powerpoint has a habit of always thinking that you want to make lists, and creating one any time you […]

How to Run AutoArchive in Outlook 2013

Your email inbox can easily get out of hand if you receive a high number of messages every day. Managing an inbox with thousands of emails isn’t any fun, and it can have a negative impact on how well Outlook 2013 is running. One way to manage this is by archiving old emails. You may […]

How to Add Row Numbering in Excel 2013

Numbering your rows in Excel is helpful when you need to reference a particular cell either to another person, or as part of a formula. So when the labels that typically identify your rows aren’t present, it can make your work a little more difficult. Or perhaps you need to include an additional column in […]

How to Flip Text in Word 2013

Word is a good program to use if you are printing out your own t shirt transfers. We have previously written about setting up an image in Word when you are making a t-shirt, but you may be looking for a similar effect with text. This can be a little tricky, so you are going […]

How to Enable Presenter View in Powerpoint 2013

There are usually two sides to a Powerpoint presentation. Your audience is viewing the contents of your slides and taking in your presented materials, while you are using your own set of notes to give that presentation. You may be used to doing this from either a printed out version of your slideshow, or your […]