The blue wavy line in Word can mean one of the two things. It is Contextual Spelling Errors and other one is called Formatting Inconsistencies.
Contextual Spelling Errors
It sounds complex but it is really a very useful feature. It simply checks where you have used the right word in the wrong place.
Continue reading What is that blue wavy line? Right word in the Wrong place!
This question was asked by a customer after reading the earlier article Legal: You can be cheated using Track Changes
It sounds like a way to use technology unethically… But others may be doing this to you – without you realizing it. After reading this article, you will know what to do!
Continue reading Office Politics: How to enable Track Changes without the other party knowing it!
Presentations containing lot of photos or images tend to be very large in size. It makes them unmanageable and often impossible to send by mail. Yes, you can compress images one by one, but since Powerpoint presentations usually contain lots of images, it would be a tiresome and furstrating job.
But fear not! There is an solution!
You can compress ALL photos / images in ONE step!
Continue reading Reduce PowerPoint file size by compressing ALL images in one go
Whether you like it or not, it is there. You may participate in it or run away from it. It does not matter. Being efficient with Office tools helps you with Office Politics
How do you find out if someone reviewed your document genuinely or superficially?
Continue reading Office Politics Secrets: Practical use of Track Changes
No. I am NOT talking about removing the track changes metadata here. That is easily done using Inspect Document. The problem is that Track Changes can be misused to cheat you. It is extremely easy to cheat and difficult to detect it. Read on to find out the solution.
Continue reading Legal: You can be cheated using Track Changes
Most of us know how to put a password to open a file. But there are so many more features available to control confidentiality and privacy which are largely unknown and underutilized.
Continue reading Document Protection: Quick Reference
The idea for this article was suggested by my friend Karl de Borst from Microsoft, New Zealand. Thanks Karl!
What is available?
- Protect file(s) or folder(s) IN-PLACE (many of us wanted this for a long time)
- Share the files with other and prevent them from
copying, editing or printing the files.
- Unauthorized people CANNOT see the file at all.
No password needs to be shared.
- File can expire (become unreadable) after a date which you can specify
Continue reading Protect Leakage of Confidential Data and Files: For free
Now that you have an empty desktop, let us use it for learning.
Continue reading Desktop Poster: Outlook Best Practices
Don’t let that happen. Stop using Desktop.
It is easy to say that. But EXACTLY how to stop using it?
Continue reading Don’t save files to Desktop
Everything in this article applies to Internet Explorer V 10 or above.
Quick reference to common actions performed using IE.
Continue reading Efficient Browsing using Internet Explorer