Microsoft Office Picture Manager is not included in Office 2013. This comes as a shock to users upgrading from earlier versions of Office, such as 2007 and 2010, where Picture Manager was included as a standard application. This article explains how to install it alongside Office 2013 — at no cost!
Over the past few months, many folks seem to be having a variety of Outlook problems. This article contains troubleshooting and repair steps that will often solve the various issues people have been encountering. Step-by-Step instructions and illustrations included.
While repairing a troublesome IMAP connection with Office 365, a list of over 500 Outlook Contacts mysteriously disappeared. Learn how to prevent and safeguard yourself against that happening to you by following the steps in this article.
Depending on the things you do with Microsoft Office, you can sometimes inadvertently lose your recent document lists in apps such as Microsoft Word and Excel. This article shows you how to back up and restore those lists when necessary. Enjoy...
The version of Microsoft 365 you have installed may not be ideal. This article explains how to change from a 32-bit install to a 64-bit install or vice versa. Snapshots are included for every step so very easy to follow. Works regardless if you use POP or IMAP accounts in Outlook. Enjoy...
I wrote this article because I was unable to find an article on this here on EE. Read on for step-by-step instructions on how to create a custom command ribbon in your office applications that not only make them look more professional but also protects against the ID10T error.
Microsoft Office is an integrated suite of applications that includes Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Visio and InfoPath, along with a number of tools to assist in making the individual components work together. Coding within and between the projects is done in Visual Basic for Applications, known as VBA.