If you want to check if your Microsoft Office is 32 or 64 bits version you need to:
- Open any Office app like Word.
- Click on File
- Go to “Account” -> “About Word” -> Read first information line.
I was working the other days for a presentation about a Fluorescent Lamps… for my presentation I found this very nice Flash animation on howstuffworks that I wanted to include intro my PowerPoint Presentation (http://static.howstuffworks.com/flash/fluorescent-lamp-rapid.swf).
Therefore, I’ve downloaded the .swf file to my hard drive and started to drag and drop, insert file and so on but nothing worked as I expected. Therefore, to include a swf file in your presentation you have to: Read More
I am usually using network drives to share files and data with my work colleagues. Unfortunately, this days I ran into a error for one of my network drive:
An error occurred while reconnecting to [drive letter]: to
[network drive address]
Microsoft Windows Network: The local device name is already in use.
This connection has not been restored.
What is your favorite office and productivity suite or tools? Are you still using the Microsoft Office in the old fashion way or do you work directly in the cloud? Have you ever tried other solution, other than Microsoft’s Office? Read More
Many new computers come with a number of pre-installed software applications. Some are free, some are included in the price of the computer and others are trial versions.
Examples of Read More