Category Archives: Microsoft Office

If you setup your Outlook.com account in Outlook 2013 using Exchange ActiveSync and want to rename the account from [email protected] to Personal, you cannot rename it as a regular IMAP/SMTP account: File > Account Settings > Select account and then Change… > More Settings… However, you can rename the account by going to Send/Receive > Define Send/Receive Groups and edit […]

In order to change the page orientation in Word 2013 for one page only you have to use Section Breaks. First you should enable Paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols to be easier to work in your document No go to the last page you want to keep current page orientation (usually the default orientation […]

Here is how you can generate random numbers in Excel: Put all your possible characters into an individual cell, such as A1:

You can name this cell MySource. You could then use a formula such as the following to return the random string of characters (broken into individual lines for clarity, but it is still […]

If you need to count all cells with numbers you can use the Excel COUNT function which counts cells that contain numbers. Its syntax is: =COUNT(value1, value2,…valueX). value1, value2,…, valueX  can be cell references, or values typed into the COUNT formula. Excel COUNT function example – count numbers in cells A2:A7. In the cell where […]

To quickly find duplicate values in a Excel spreadsheet you can use Conditional Formatting under Home tab. There is a special rule for this called Duplicate Values… Highlight the cells in which you want to find the duplicates and click on the Conditional Formatting | Highlight Cells Rules | Duplicate Values Select the formatting for duplicates and click OK.