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May 18, 2010
SY Tan

How to Set Optimum Screen Resolution for PowerPoint Presentation

Users who need to do a lot of presentations have probably faced these embarrassing situations: the projection result is unacceptable or the slideshow is too blurred or the slideshow is extremely slow. This happens when presenters try to connect their laptop to the venue’s projectors and is a result of resolution compatibility issues. For instance, sometimes the PowerPoint slideshow’s resolution setting and the projector’s resolution setting is different. Thus, the incoming slideshow images will automatically be stretched to match the projector’s resolution and the result will be blurred.
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Apr 10, 2010
SY Tan

How to Open a DAT File Whose Original Format is Word Doc

Many users probably have encountered problems in receiving files with dot dat extension (.dat) and wonder what to do with them. There are various possibilities of what these dat files are. Generally files with dat extension can be a generic data file created by a specific application; or an exchange e-mail attachment sent from Microsoft Exchange Server; or also possibly a VCD video file. Users need to know the original source of the dat files in order to tackle and get the right way to open them. Different types of dat file require different tricks to open them.
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Mar 20, 2010
SY Tan

How To Configure Microsoft Outlook To Delete Blank Email Messages Automatically

Many email users surely have experienced receiving spam email messages from unknown senders with the body content is completely blank. These emails do not state the receivers’ name or email addresses, but somehow they reach users’ email accounts. Of course users can remove these blank email messages one by one easily. However, repeatedly doing the same process everyday can be quite frustrated or irritated. This is especially worst when you have many email accounts to manage and the same problem keeps prompting and disturbing you. If you are using Microsoft Outlook, you can actually set a custom rule using the Rules and Alerts wizard in Outlook to instruct Microsoft Outlook delete these received blank emails automatically.
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Feb 12, 2010
SY Tan

Quick Remove Hyperlinks From Microsoft Word Documents

On many occasions you might need to extract some articles from web pages, emails and other sources into the Word documents for reference or other purposes. When you copy and paste the articles or paragraphs into the word documents, you will notice that the hyperlinks attached to some words or sentences will be copied and pasted to the word documents as well. These hyperlinks are web links, internal links within the same document or email addresses. Some of these hyperlinks might not be valid or may direct you to irrelevant websites.
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May 20, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Create a Duplicate Identical Copy of Worksheet in Office Excel

In Microsoft Office Excel (including Excel 2003 and Excel 2007), user can easily create another duplicate copy of worksheet that has the exactly identical contents and data from the original sheet. Creating another copy of worksheet is useful if user want to try out new formula, calculation, font, format or other changes, and don’t want to risk messing up the original version, or want to be able to quickly revert to original worksheet when anything goes wrong.
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May 18, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Change the Microsoft Office Excel Protect Sheet Password

Microsoft Office Excel (or simply Microsoft Excel) allows user to protect specific worksheet and the contents of locked cells with a password so that the data is not deliberately edit, or accidentally change, move and delete. Without a password, user unable to modify or make any changes to the protected elements in the worksheets.
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