I was setting up a new search folder the other day and thought to myself, I bet a lot of our clients don’t even know you can make these, I should make a video! So I whipped up the video below to give you a quick intro into search folders and how they work.
They are great for creating a way to gather the important emails together so you can deal with them first; For example, you can setup a search folder (as I do) to give you only emails from your team, allowing you to ensure everyone has what they need to get their jobs done, and make your business more successful.
So check out the video, and leave a comment letting us know what you think and what you might like us to do a future video on.
We had a call from a client recently who was having some trouble with Excel. They had a great spreadsheet setup, but when they tried to print it, only a single cell of the entire workbook would print.
After helping the client out, we thought a video showing how this feature works for good, as well as evil, would be a great idea.
The print area feature of Excel is there so that you can have private information on a spreadsheet that will not get printed out. A great example might be a quotation calculator, where you only want to print the retail pricing and not all the wholesale information. Check out the video and see how easy it is to setup a print area, or get rid of one.
The federal government has launched the Personal Property Securities Register, which is intended to simplify the process by which business can register interest in goods supplied to clients. Here’s a few articles that should help explain what it means;Read the Rest...
Now that Shift Computer Solutions is taking care of your backups, we just need to build what we call a “seed” backup, which will be sent to our data centre. This backup will be loaded on our servers, so that your entire backup doesn’t need to be pushed there over the internet, because that would take far too long, and leave you vulnerable for a lot longer.
This video will walk you through the process of getting the Seed done. As you will see, it’s very easy!
Quite often after inserting a picture or image into a word document you will want to caption it. Captions make your document much more readable, and you also don’t have to be stuck with the boring old “figure 1.” as you can have the caption read whatever you want. Here’s how you do it.
1. Click the graphic.
The graphic become selected.
2. From the References tab’s Captions group, click the Insert Caption button.
A caption frame is placed below the graphic, and the Captions dialog box appears.
3. In the Caption text box, type the figure caption text.
You can remove any text that’s already there.
4. Select a position for the caption from the Position drop-down list.
The caption position is relative to the figure.
5. Click the OK button.
The dialog box closes, and the caption is applied to the figure.
6. If you want to change the caption, simply click the mouse in the caption text box and type a new caption.
Click anywhere outside the text box when you’re done.
7. To remove a caption, click the caption text box once to select it, and then press the Delete key.
The caption disappears.
Remember: The caption itself is a special type of text box, which is like a graphic image but contains text. It’s not grouped with the image, so if you move or resize the image, you have to move or resize the caption box, as well