Recently, I sent a draft article to a friend for review. Although I expected to get a call to discuss the article, I didn’t think we would discuss how I made the Microsoft Office document. Specifically, he wanted to know how I added the "ghost text" or Microsoft Word watermark that read Draft. And
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Like many people, I have a love-hate relationship with software. It's great when it works, but it's so frustrating when you get a cryptic error message. And these messages seem to appear when you're short on time and patience. This happened to me last week when I needed to produce some stats and
I now understand the difference between an Excel tip and an Excel annoyance. It’s an annoyance if the person you send your spreadsheet to doesn’t know the tip and you spend more time explaining the error than it takes to fix it. Next time, I’ll take the five minutes to fix my Excel formula and
ActiveX sounds like a complex term, but it's not. It is a way to make programs interactive using a set of controls and rules. You might think of them as small browser apps that assist with videos and games. The controls are seen mostly in Internet Explorer including IE 11 or browser extensions