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!