How to Change Tracking Numbers from Scientific Notation in Excel 2013

Many large businesses will ship dozens, if not hundreds or thousands of packages in a day. Almost all of the customers receiving those packages will want a way to track their shipments, so you may find yourself in possession of an Excel file with a lot of tracking numbers. But Excel has an annoying habit […]

How to Delete a Font from Microsoft Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 has a rich repository of font choices that you can use to customize your documents as you see fit. Each of those fonts can be customized in a number of different ways, such as changing the color, or size, making the text bold or italic, or applying a number of other formatting choices […]

Why Is Excel Still Printing Lines When I Have Already Turned Off Gridlines?

Excel spreadsheets can be difficult to read when you print them without any kind of lines to separate data in cells. On paper this can cause the data in the cells to appear to blend together, making it difficult to determine the physical separation of each cell. But sometimes you will be printing a spreadsheet […]

How to Stop Excel from Removing the Second Decimal Place If It’s a Zero

Excel 2013 has a wide range of formatting choices that can be applied to cells in a worksheet. But some of the default formatting choices can be frustrating to deal with, especially when you need your numbers to display a certain way. One characteristic that you might be dealing with involves numbers with a second […]

How to Add a Caption to a Table in Word 2013

Large documents can be tough to navigate. Pages can start to run together, and similar sections may be difficult to identify separately from one another. This can be even more pronounced when you include a lot of tables in your document, especially if they contain similar types of information. One effective way to identify a […]

How to Display a “0” Instead of #N/A When Using VLOOKUP in Excel 2013

The VLOOKUP formula in Microsoft Excel is one of the most efficient ways to find data in spreadsheets. It can save an incredible amount of time when compared to manually searching for cell data, and has the added benefit of being repeatable and accurate. But if the VLOOKUP formula can’t find the information that it […]

How to Remove the First Character from a Cell in Excel 2013

A lot of data that you encounter will not be formatted the way that you need it. Whether a colleague likes to add a space or a special character in front of data that they type, or they do unusual things with their information to make it sort a particular way, it isn’t uncommon for data […]

How to Make a List of Christmas Purchases in Excel

Accurately tracking your Christmas spending can be difficult, especially if you start your Christmas shopping early in the year. You might also want to make sure that you are spending comparable amounts of money for certain groups of people (for example, siblings), and it is very easy to forget that you bought a gift, or […]

How to Change the Default Paper Size in Excel 2010

Excel printing problems come in a number of shapes and sizes. Whether you have a column that keeps trying to fit on its own page, or the spreadsheet is using way more paper than it should, finding the proper formatting can be a frustrating endeavor. But if you find that you print a lot of […]

How to Rename a Folder in Outlook 2013

There are a lot of different ways to use Microsoft Outlook but, if you receive a lot of emails to a particular account, you might have set up some additional folders where you move certain types of emails. Whether this is done manually or with the help of an Outlook rule, this type of organization can make […]