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Not everyone is familiar with Excel. You can protect the data input process by using Excel's UserForm object to collect data. Susan Harkins explains how.
Munich, Germany has been on a decade-long quest to remove Microsoft software and other proprietary solutions from the city's IT systems. The controversial project was finally compl...
Modular design approach is widely used in consumer products, machinery and software design. This paper presents the design of a software system to assist designers in clustering mo...
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
That's a very loaded question. To get a job, you just need a good resume to get passed the brain dead HR people that just do keyword searches. However, a good developer should be...
Use VBA code to populate a dependent form field in Microsoft Word. Susan Harkins show us how.
Justin James gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's July 2012 patches in your organization.
Use these two simple Word macros to temporarily bookmark a spot you want to return to later.
Donovan Colbert takes a close look at several Office suites for Android tablets, including Polaris Office, Documents To Go, OfficeSuite Pro 5, and Google Docs as a native app or vi...
Susan, I'm sure I replied on that other blog, and that at best we can agree to disagree about the value of the Ribbon vs Menu user interfaces. My basic argument against the ribbon...