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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

How to creat contact group

You can create contact groups to organize the people in your Office Communicator Contact List. After you create a group, you can right-click the group name in your Communicator Contact List, and then send an instant message, for example, to all members of the group.

Follow the steps to Create group

1. In the Office Communicator main window, right-click an existing group name, and then click Create New Group.
2. In the New Group text box, type a name for the group, and then press ENTER.
3. You can drag existing contacts from the Contact List into the group or use the Communicator Search feature to find contacts and add them to the group.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Available for Free Download

Whether you want more time with your customers or to respond more quickly to their needs, Office Professional 2007 helps professionals work faster, stay organized, and manage contacts and customer information in one place. Visualize data more effectively; forecast, track, and manage projects and opportunities; and produce professional-quality marketing materials entirely in-house. Discover the quickest way to more easily find, organize, analyze, and use all the information you need to succeed.

This suite also offers these two great programs:
Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager: Add complete contact management capabilities to Office Outlook 2007 so you can organize your accounts, centralize critical business information, and improve customer service across your organization.

Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2008: An essential tool for managing your business finances. Whether you're a home-based business or a small business, you can now manage your finances from a simple program-and eliminate paperwork clutter.

Microsoft Office Suite Included

• Microsoft Office Access 2007
• Accounting Express 2008
• Microsoft Office Excel 2007
• Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager
• Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
• Microsoft Office Publisher 2007
• Microsoft Office Word 2007

Free Download for 60 days Trial

Monday, January 19, 2009

How to recover excel file?

One of the distinctive features of Recovery Toolbox for Excel is the utmost simplicity of its use. The interface of this tool is designed as a step-by-step wizard. The user needs to perform a single action on each page of the wizard. Actually, the user performs just a few mouse clicks to recover information from a damaged Microsoft Excel worksheet. Therefore, Recovery Toolbox for Excel can be used by everybody, from professional to beginner. Tool is answer on questions: How to recover excel files? How to repair excel file? How to repair corrupted excel file? How can recover an Excel sheet? Now to Repair xlsx file of Office 2007?

It may seem at first glance that Recovery Toolbox for Excel can hardly ever come in handy, or at least that it can't be used very often. Nevertheless, it's not true. There are many reasons why a Microsoft Excel worksheet can be damaged. For example, damage can be caused by a virus, or, on the contrary, by anti-virus software that cures an infected file. Another common reason is incorrect work of Microsoft Excel, in particular, when the user shuts the program down without closing the worksheet. There can be more reasons. A file can be damaged as a result of some problem with the data medium (hard disk, flash disk, CD or DVD, etc.), when it is downloaded from the Internet or sent by e-mail and so on.

It means that anyone can open a necessary worksheet and see an error message instead. That message can look like this: Microsoft Excel unable to read file or be the following: This file is not in a recognizable format. When you try to open a damaged file, Microsoft Excel can close with a message like: EXCEL.exe has generated errors and will be closed by Windows. In all these cases the data stored in the worksheet could be considered lost if Recovery Toolbox for Excel didn't come for the rescue.

Warning: Recovery Toolbox for Excel is a shareware tool. It means that before purchasing the program a user can download it, test its features and try to recover information from damaged files. The trial version has some limitations. You can use it to view the recovered data, but cannot export it to Microsoft Excel. Thus, the user can check the efficiency of Recovery Toolbox for Excel and only after the program proves to be useful, buy it and take full advantage of its features.

Recovery Toolbox for Excel compatible with Windows 98. Program can repair Excel files under Windows Me. Program can repair Excel files Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows XP SP2, Windows 2003, Windows Vista. Software can to do the xlsx repair of Microsoft Ofiice 2007.

Note : Recovery Toolbox, Inc. have not other Excel repair tools. Recovery Toolbox, Inc. don't design different Excel repair tools for each version of Microsoft Excel. Our have not the Excel recovery tools for recovering passwords for worksheets and workbooks.

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

A Brief Overview of Microsoft Excel Vulnerabilities

In this post, we will provide you with a brief overview of the Microsoft (R) Excel security environment and examine in more detail the effectiveness of Microsoft (R) Excel's built-in protection features.

Undoubtedly, Microsoft (R) Excel's security environment can prove to be cumbersome even for experienced users. In addition, there are numerous methods which an intruder can use to bypass any security aspect of the Microsoft (R) Excel application. Without a doubt, the general consensus is that Microsoft (R) Excel's security environment is weak.

The following protection measures can be employed in a Microsoft (R) Excel spreadsheet

* Password to open the workbook

* Password to protect sheet contents

* Password to protect workbook structure

* Password to protect VBA code

By using a password to open a Microsoft (R) Excel file, you are effectively encrypting its contents. Thus, only individuals who know this password can access any of the workbook's contents.

Even so, the default encryption standard in the Microsoft (R) Excel application is very weak and commercial password crackers from websites such as Lastbit and LostPassword can be used to obtain the password and access the contents of the file.

In addition, there is nothing that prevents a user from sharing the password with other individuals.

Subsequently, a spreadsheet developer can decide to protect the sheet contents and workbook structure so that users cannot change any formulae or the names of the sheets for example. Again, a free utility can be obtained from a website by the name Straxx to bypass these protection features within seconds.

The abovementioned utilities can also be easily used to break the password for VBA projects and obtain access to the VBA source code.

Another common technique that Microsoft (R) Excel developers like to use, is to hide all sheets when the Excel file is closed. This method forces the user to 'Enable Macros' when opening a file, in order to be able to view the hidden sheets.

However, the pitfall with this approach is that users can still open the Excel file by 'Disabling Macros' and use an 'Add-in' to unhide and manipulate all sheets presented in the workbook.

To summarise, users can obtain and modify all the data in a workbook, even in situations where they are required to use a password to access a Microsoft (R) Excel file.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Excel opens without displaying a workbook

This post provide Microsoft excel support for fix the following Error:

When you double-click a Microsoft Excel workbook (.xls file or .xlsx file) in Microsoft Windows Explorer, Excel does not open the file, and you may receive the following error message:

Cannot find the file 'path' (or one of its components). Make sure the path and filename are correct and that all required libraries are available.

In Window Vista, when you double-click an Excel workbook, Excel does not open the file, and you may receive the following error message:

Windows cannot find 'FilePath\FileName', Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.

To resolve this problem, follow these steps:

1. In Microsoft Office Excel 2007, click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Excel Options.
2. Click Advanced, and then click to clear the Ignore other applications check box in the General area.
3. Click OK.

1. In Microsoft Office Excel 2003 or earlier versions of Excel click Options, on the Tools menu.
2. Click the General tab.
3. Click to clear the Ignore other applications check box, and then click OK.

After you do this, you should be able to open workbooks by double-clicking them in Windows Explorer.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

VB Hangs While Automating Excel Using OLE Control

In this addition i am describe Microsoft excel support to fix when excel using OLE control and VB hangs.This problem occurs while automating an Excel object that is using in-place activation in an OLE control. The problem does not occur with all methods or properties. This problem has been reported with the following method/properties in the Microsoft Excel object library:

PrintOut
Delete
Dialog.Show


A workaround is to not activate the object while running the automation code. However, if you need to activate the object, do so in a separate window instead of using in-place activation. For example, this line activates the object in a separate window:

OLE1.DoVerb vbOLEOpen


Another workaround is to deactivate the object before calling the automation code that causes Visual Basic to hang. For example, the PrintOut and Delete methods cause this problem to occur. Before using these methods, you can deactivate the object prior to calling the method, then optionally reactivate the object after calling the method. See the MORE INFORMATION section later in this article for an example.


Steps to Reproduce Behavior

1. Start a new Standard EXE project in Visual Basic. Form1 is created by default.
2. On the Project menu, click References, and then select the Microsoft Excel 8.0 object library. For Excel 2000, select the version 9.0 object library.
3. Place an OLE control on Form1 and create a new Microsoft Excel worksheet. The OLE control properties should be:


Property Value
Name OLE1
Class Excel.Sheet.8
4. Place a CommandButton on Form1.
5. Copy the following code to the Code Window of Form1:

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim xlBook As Excel.Workbook
Set xlBook = OLE1.object
OLE1.DoVerb vbOLEShow 'or OLE1.DoVerb vbOLEUIActivate
xlBook.Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").Value = "Hello"
xlBook.Worksheets("Sheet1").PrintOut
Set xlBook = Nothing
End Sub


6. On the Run menu, click Start, or press the F5 key to start the program.
7. Click the CommandButton. Visual Basic hangs after it encounters the PrintOut method. The object will be correctly printed, but Visual Basic stops responding. You must select End Task in the task list (by pressing the CTRL+ALT+DEL keys) to end the Visual Basic project and Excel. Repeat until both Excel and the Visual Basic project are removed from the task list.
8. Repeat the steps again with the code modified as follows:

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim xlBook As Excel.Workbook
Set xlBook = OLE1.object
OLE1.DoVerb vbOLEShow 'or OLE1.DoVerb vbOLEUIActivate
xlBook.Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").Value = "Hello"
Command1.SetFocus 'causes deactivation of object
xlBook.Worksheets("Sheet1").PrintOut
OLE1.DoVerb vbOLEShow 'optional: reactivates object
Set xlBook = Nothing
End Sub


The problem is avoided by deactivating the object before calling the PrintOut method. Setting focus to any control on the form will deactivate the OLE control object.

Friday, January 2, 2009

Troubleshooting Font Problems When Printing in MS EXCEL

If you are using screen fonts rather than printer fonts, you may experience incorrect printer output such as garbled print, truncated text, or missing characters. These problems may also be caused by specific printer drivers or incompatibility with a third-party font application.

How to Troubleshoot

First, ensure that the incorrect font output is visible in print preview. In many cases, when you see the same incorrect output in print preview, there is some font problem.

If your worksheet looks correct in print preview, this indicates that Microsoft Excel is sending the proper output to the printer and that the printing problem is occurring sometime after Microsoft Windows takes control of the print job. In this case, follow the steps for troubleshooting printing problems in the Microsoft Windows operating environment.

If your worksheet does not look right in print preview, the problem may be caused by incorrect printer information. To work around this problem, try changing to another printer driver and then switching back to the driver that you want to use.

If you are able to preview and print other worksheets with correct output, your worksheet may be damaged. Try copying your entire worksheet to a new worksheet and then retry printing:

1. Select the entire worksheet by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+SPACEBAR.
2. From the Edit menu, choose Copy.
3. From the File menu, choose New.
4. From the Edit menu, choose Paste and try to print your document again.

Either before or after trying the specific solutions in the sections that follow, try disabling any third-party soft font applications.

NOTE: Many of the third-party applications created for the Microsoft Windows operating environment have an enable/disable switch.

In addition, ensure that you are using the printer driver version appropriate for your version of Microsoft Windows. You can check this version number by choosing the Printers icon in the Microsoft Windows Control Panel:

• In Microsoft Windows 95, click the Start button, point to Settings, then click Printers. Click the desired printer with the right (secondary) mouse button. Choose the Details tab, and check your settings.
• In Microsoft Windows version 3.1, in the Printers dialog box, choose the Setup button and then choose the About button.

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• In Microsoft Windows version 3.0, choose the Configure button. Next, choose the Setup button. In the Setup dialog box, choose about. The About dialog box displays your printer driver information.

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