merge · Microsoft Access · Microsoft Word

WORD MERGE MANY LETTERS TO ONE IN WORD FROM MICROSOFT ACCESS

Say you have several letters you want to do in WORD and your list of contacts is in Access. Here are the instructions to create one document with all the letters but you input numbers into Access to specify which letter will be used. Create new field in Access where you will put numbers in… Continue reading WORD MERGE MANY LETTERS TO ONE IN WORD FROM MICROSOFT ACCESS

Microsoft Excel · Microsoft Word · SharePoint

SharePoint Opening Online Version Instead of Desktop Version

If you are trying to edit documents that you’ve opened in SharePoint but it keeps opening them up using the online version of WORD, Excel, etc., you may be getting a bit frustrated if you prefer using the desktop versions. Here’s how to change the default to open the documents using your desktop version. First,… Continue reading SharePoint Opening Online Version Instead of Desktop Version

YouTube

Remove Ads from Embedded YouTube Videos

I recently came across this question on how to remove ads on embedded YouTube videos. If you Google it, you’ll get many complicated solutions. However, there’s a very simple solution. You take the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPUJIbXN0WY You insert “_popup” between “watch” and “?v”. For example: https://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=SPUJIbXN0WY Whaa LA! By Rana Kory

Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat Pro 9 Won’t Save After Unhighlighting

If you have a .pdf document that has previous been saved with highlighting and now you want to remove the highlighting and save it, you may find it won’t save. You reopen it and the highlighting is there again. I’ve found a work-around. Click on the highlighted field and click delete on your keyboard to… Continue reading Adobe Acrobat Pro 9 Won’t Save After Unhighlighting

Chrome · SharePoint Foundation 2010

Editing Forms in SharePoint Foundation 2010 using Chrome

Since this is such an old version of SharePoint, there’s probably not a lot of people out there having this problem. But for those out there that do, here’s the problem, and solution. You’re using SharePoint and you’re also using Chrome. Chrome doesn’t like SharePoint because SharePoint is a Microsoft product and Chrome, well, it’s… Continue reading Editing Forms in SharePoint Foundation 2010 using Chrome