PC Unleashed Suite
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PC Unleashed Suite restores your PC's performance by automatically tweaking the system even if you have minimal computer experience.
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YouTube can be an excellent source of material to illustrate presentations with. You don't need to move outside of a PowerPoint presentation to build your case with a well-placed YouTube video, though. You can easily embed one inside your presentation. Here's how you do this in PowerPoint 2013. . Click on the Insert tab in PowerPoint. . You will find the option to add an online video to your project under the Video button - one of the last objects on the Ribbon, under the Insert tab. . PowerPoint gives you several online destinations to pick online videos from - Bing Video, Facebook and YouTube, among others. The first time that you pick an online source to add videos from, you need to select it from theAlso … Continue reading
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SharePoint is Microsoft’s collaboration platform. Users can share ideas, documents, and processes using a variety of sites and repositories. The most basic collaboration site is a SharePoint Document Library. In addition to providing a location for collaboration and document sharing, document libraries can perform change management by archiving document volumes and providing accountability and record of changes. They can be customized with workflows, metadata, and custom entry forms. Let’s walk through creating a simple SharePoint document library. Creating a Document Library in SharePoint: Step 1: Navigate to the SharePoint site where document library will reside. Step 2: In the upper left-hand corner select Site Actions and New Document Library. Step 3: In the Name box, give your document library a name. TIP: Putting spaces in your document library title … Continue reading
LibreOffice is a free, open source office suite developed by The Document Foundation. It is a fork of OpenOffice, both of which compete with Microsoft (MS) Office for word processing, spreadsheets, slideshow software, and more. The biggest conflict that most people face when switching to an open source word processor is MS Word compatibility. Getting LibreOffice to play nice with MS Office can be frustrating. This article will provide tips on how to deal with documents in LibreOffice Writer so that sharing files with MS Word users is less painful. Always Work in Open Document Format (.odt) This is probably the most important tip to implement. Open Document Format (ODF) is the scheme that LibreOffice Writer uses to save text documents. The actual file extension, .odt, is an open … Continue reading
Many people like the look and feel of MS Word, but want to use free, open source software like LibreOffice. The good news is that those people can have the best of both worlds. If you want LibreOffice to behave a bit more like MS Word, consider implementing the following tips and tricks. Check Spelling and Grammar as You Type It's nice to see the red and green underlining while you're typing. They can tell you if you are making the same mistakes repeatedly, if a word needs to be added to your dictionary, if you need to double check your grammar, and much more. To turn these features on in LibreOffice, go to Tools > Options . When the window opens, go to Language Settings > Writing Aids … Continue reading