It seems to me that ever since Apple switched to Intel CPUs there is no more exciting topic than the ins and outs about running Windows on a Mac. Macworld is running an article called “The Best of Both Worlds” and argues that you need to run Windows just so that you are able to run Office 2007.
I just don’t get it. Continue reading →
When opening Word documents from Outlook, they are by default displayed in the reading layout which is supposed to make the document easier to read. I do not like this very much, however, and fortunately, there is an easy way to turn it off; the trick is just to know where to find the option. Continue reading →
Ever since my version of MS Office was upgraded from 2000 to 2003 was I very frustrated that very frequently, but not always, the reviewing toolbar popped up when opening a Word document. No matter how many times I closed it, it opened again, eating away at my screen real estate. Today I finally decided to try to remedy the situation. This great article explains how to do it. Thank you!