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Microsoft Outlook - Article

How to open a PST file using Microsoft Outlook 2013

A PST file can be used by Microsoft Outlook to store E-mail, Calendar entries, Contacts, Notes and other items of information.  PST files may be used to provide you with additional storage, given to you should you leave 15 New Bridge Street and they are also often used in cases to share evidence.  Here we show you how to open a PST file using Microsoft Outlook 2013.

9 Dec 2014 • 32 views

How to add a second screen to your computer

Using two screens on your computer, whether it is a desktop or a laptop can make your working more far more productive as you can more easily transfer information from one application to another and do several things at the same time.  In this short article we outline the options to adding a second screen and how much it will cost.

12 Feb 2014 • 32 views

Security - Article

Someone saying they were from Microsoft/Apple called me at home

Fraudsters are constantly looking for new ways to get you to part with your money and one common trick is to call claiming to be from Microsoft or Apple and to help you fix a "problem" on your computer.  Find out more about they are up to and how to avoid being caught out.

12 Feb 2014 • 32 views

How to print an Excel spreadsheet to fit a set number of pages

One of the most common queries we get about Microsoft Excel is printing a worksheet and having it fit on a certain number of pages.  You may get a whole other set of pages printing with just one column and other times a few rows on the last page.  So here we show you how to print a spreadsheet to fit a set number of pages.

4 Sep 2013 • 32 views

Microsoft Excel - Article

How to always display the same rows and columns in Microsoft Excel

If you are working with a long Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that has many columns you may find yourself having to go back to the top each time to remind yourself what a column contains.  Excel provides a feature that can always show the same rows and/or columns in addition to those being worked on and here we show you how.

22 Aug 2013 • 32 views

A Web Site looks odd or is not responding how it used to

More recent versions of Internet Explorer can cause problems displaying websites created for older versions of the brwoser.  An example is if you are still using Microsoft Exchange 2003 Webmail but many other websites can including Inquisita Law also exhibit strange effects (eg. font changes, tables out of alignment, video not displaying, etc). Here we show you how to quickly correct this problem.

19 Aug 2013 • 32 views

How to clear Internet Explorer Temporary Files

Occasionally there is a problem with the browser that needs the temporary files clearing (including problems logging onto certain websites).

9 Aug 2013 • 32 views

How to switch off the People Pane in Outlook 2010

The People Pane in Outlook 2010 is intended to provide you with a single place to view people in your social network through Outlook however it relies on having a suitable social network set up which often isn't possible.

29 May 2013 • 32 views

I cannot open Office 2007+ format files (docx, xlsx, pptx)

One of our more regular queries involves dealing with documents produced using different versions of Microsoft Word or Excel.  If you have Office 2003 (PC) or Office 2004 (Mac) you can install a free convertor that will let you open and save documents created using later versions of Office.  Here we show you how.

24 Apr 2013 • 32 views

How to encrypt your Windows PC using TrueCrypt (Video)

A Windows log on password can easily be removed if your computer is lost or stolen so the best way to protect the information it contains is to encrypt its hard drive.

12 Nov 2012 • 32 views

How to encrypt your Windows PC using TrueCrypt (Step by Step)

A Windows log on password can easily be removed if your computer is lost or stolen so the best way to protect the information it contains is to encrypt its hard drive.

10 Nov 2012 • 32 views