Sometimes it’s the little things that trip you up like figuring out how to print text in reverse. I’m not trying to imitate Leonardo Da Vinci and his mirror fonts. Instead, I was trying to help someone do a t-shirt transfer that included a quote. It turns out there are multiple ways to solve this
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Recently, I volunteered to help a friend on an Excel project. When I asked my friend how the spreadsheet looked, he hesitated. Never a good sign. He looked me in the eyes and said, "It's too complicated". I was disappointed and didn't know what "too complicated" meant. It turns out the data was
We’re living in an interconnected world which offers a lot of conveniences. We can use Google, Facebook, OAuth to connect us to online services and apps. The downside is that there are more “bad actors” trying to trick us and gain access to our info. Recently, there was a very effective phishing
One feature I like about Microsoft's spreadsheet is the ribbon. Excel allows me to optimize the toolbar in several ways. When I need more space or want to be in distraction mode, it hides part of the toolbar. Conversely, it's easy to show the full version again. Moreover, you can customize the
Keyboard shortcuts are a great way to enhance your productivity. The benefits are compounded the more you use a program like Gmail. The problem is learning them and committing them to memory. In the case of Gmail, there are quite a few and some don't seem intuitive to me. For example, why is the #