Printing a spreadsheet that has many rows and columns can be a challenge. Before you print, you can quickly rearrange page breaks to define what will be printed on each page. Your printout will look just right, and no paper will be wasted on bad printouts or blank pages. This short video demonstrates how you can use Page Break Preview to drag to easily drag page breaks to precisely the spot you want them.
If you've been doing a lot of copying & pasting between applications like Word and Excel, your computer's Windows Clipboard can fill up, causing your computer to slow down.
To clear the contents of the Windows XP Clipboard Viewer to help free up memory resources, follow these steps: 1. Click the Windows Start button. 2. Click the Run icon, which will open the Run box. 3. In the text box, type the word Clipbrd, and click the OK button. 4. The Clipboard will show your recent copy & pastes.
We've all been on the receiving end of email messages that have a vague or content-free subject line ("Hi" for example) or even no subject line, so it's wise to remember it's always good netiquette to add a meaningful subject line to email messages.
A good subject line will help you and the recipient find your message again. So help your readers (and yourself) by summarizing your message in the subject line.
If you find yourself often entering the same "boilerplate" text, headers, footers, images, or formatting into a Word 2007 document, try using the Quick Part feature to create re-usable "building blocks". Here's how:
1. In a Word 2007 document, use your mouse to select the text and/or images you want to re-use.
The Windows XP Quick Launch Toolbar is a small toolbar that sits next to the Start button. It holds the icons (which are actually shortcuts) for programs on your computer. Simply clicking on the program's icon starts the program, saving your time.
To add a program to the Quick Launch Toolbar, just drag the program's icon to the Quick Launch Toolbar.
If your computer's Windows XP quick launch toolbar isn't visible, follow these steps to display it: