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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Fix Error: Crypt32.dll in MS Office

This Post provides further information about Microsoft office Support to fix Crypt32.dll Error. Crypt32.dll is incompatible with Microsoft Office Outlook after upgrading to Outlook 2007 . The file Crypt32.dll is incompatible with Microsoft Office Outlook.

Resolution
After upgrading to Office 2007 and attempting to open Outlook, You may receive an error stating the 'CRYPT32.dll is incompatible with MS Outlook. Install again.'

Note Re-installing will not help

Follow these steps to resolve the issue

Open c:\program files\Microsoft Office\Office 12\
Locate outlook.exe
Right click on Outlook.exe and click on properties
Click on Compatibility tab
Uncheck the box run in compatibilty mode
Click OK
Restart Outlook.

For More: How to Fix Error 1406

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Fix Help Menu Missing Error

Some time you facing problem with Microsoft Word help menu. you got error like Cannot find Help on properties sheet or dialog box | Unable to find Help menu | No Help menu for dialog boxes | Help menu is missing | The Help menu is unavailable in dialog box etc. This post provide Microsoft Office support to resolve this issue.

The 'Help' menu is not available for a properties sheet or dialog box. A description of the properties sheet or dialog box options can be obtained by selecting the question mark button in the top right-hand corner of the properties sheet or dialog box, and selecting the component to be defined.

Solution: Use the question mark button at the top right-hand corner of the properties sheet or dialog box.

Details Information :
1) Select the question mark button in the top right corner of the properties sheet or dialog box. (The cursor then carries a question mark with it until an item is selected.)
Question Mark Button
2) Select an item for which help is desired.
NOTE: If a dialog box does not have a question mark, press F1.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Top 10 alternatives to Microsoft Excel


Microsoft Excel has almost monopolized every Windows PC to carry Microsoft Office Suite with it. There's no doubt that Excel is good, but you can't argue its an all powerful spreadsheet. Clearly, it's not the only spreadsheet you might consider to use. When it comes to Excel, the affordability is always an issue. When you are running on a budget the less costlier alternatives are always welcome. There are a number of free open-source and web based spreadsheets that can serve as an alternative for Excel. I sorted out the top 10 alternatives for Microsoft Excel.





1. OpenOffice Spreadsheets

OpenOfffice's spreadsheet application or OpenOffice Calc is one of the widely used alternatives for Microsoft Excel. Most of its features compliment the Excel. It has an user-friendly interface. This application offers several functionality that include access to raw data from various corporate databases, data cross-tabulation, create formulas using natural language formats, insert a sum function, apply flexible cell formatting options and summary and conversion.

2. Gnumeric


This is also known as Gnome Office Spreadsheet. It has a number of remarkable features that are not common to free software. It incorporates almost all the worksheet functions of MS Excel. Apart from that it also includes another 154 functions that are lacking in MS Excel, such as support for intersheet dependencies, 3D dependencies, financial derivatives and telecommunication engineering, implicit intersection, implicit iteration etc.

3. Abykus 2.0This application finds its use both in business and scientific applications. It's an object-oriented spreadsheet with an intuitive interface. The program includes various features to support vaious types of calculations. The calculations include trig, matrix, financial, date, time, string, coordinate geometry, built-in math and 3D graphic display functions.

4. CleanSheets

This is a unique platform independent spreadsheet application. It offers a formula language that is close to Microsoft Excel. Further as the spreadsheets are extensible the end user programmers can develop workable spreadsheets from it. To use the application you need to install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).

5. Numbers

This is a spreadsheet app enclosed in Apple's iWork suite . It's not designed to imitate the features of Excel. Provided with variety of templates it is easy to use and can be used to set various common kinds of spreadsheets.










6. Google Docs -Sp
readsheet

This is a web-based alternative for Microsoft Excel. The Google Docs Spreadsheet can be accessed anytime and anywhere. Although it offers limited functionalities, but it can be used for all simple spreadsheet based jobs. With this application the user can create, edit, and format worksheets as well as work with formulas, forms, gadgets, and charts. Above all you can share the spreadsheets with other people working online.

7. Spread32

This is a small sized spreadsheet program that offers 256 columns x 65536 rows x 255 sheets. Some of its key features include multiple key sorting, freeze panes, and other many features. This application doesn't fit with large calculation, but its enough to accomplish many a small tasks.

8. Thinkfree cal

This Excel alternative works in conjunction with the company's web site. It is Java based and therefore compatible with most of the operating system - Windows, Mac OS, and Unix-like systems.
9. Zoho Sheets

Zoho Sheets are web based alternatives for Microsoft Excel. It also allow multiple users to work on a spreadsheet simultaneously.

10. KSpread

Essentially, this is a spreadsheet component are designed for the free KOffice suite that run on Unix-like operating systems. This application lacks most of features of commercial spreadsheet program like Excel, but encloses majority of the funcionalities in modern spreadsheet. The KSpread spreadsheet complex formulas, multiple sheets, formatting, graphs, scripting, conditional coloring, hyperlinks, etc. Microsoft Support Microsoft Office 2010 Support Microsoft Office 2013 Support

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tips and Tricks for Connect a system DNS in Microsoft FrontPage

This post provide Microsoft office support for how to connect System DNS in Microsoft FontPage 200.In Microsoft FrontPage® 98, you had to set up a System Data Source Name (DSN) - a named resource on your computer - to connect to a database. In FrontPage 2000, you define a FrontPage Database Connection to connect to a database. A FrontPage Database Connection is a series of properties that the FrontPage-based database features use to make a connection to ODBC-compliant databases, to read information from them, and to add information to them. Because of this new feature, a System DSN is no longer required for database access in FrontPage 2000. However, you can use a System DSN as one of the four types of FrontPage Database Connections.

To define a database connection:

1. On the Tools menu, click Web Settings, and then click the Database tab.
2. Click Add, and supply the necessary information.

Note You can also access the Web Settings dialog box while in Step 1 of the Database Results Wizard - one of the database interfaces in FrontPage. Click Use a new database connection, and then click Create.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Manually Set DocProperty Field Truncated

This post provide Microsoft Office support for set DocProperty Field Truncated After 127 Characters manually.


You can use the DocProperty field to insert the document information that you enter in the Properties dialog box (on the File menu, click Properties). The instruction in the DocProperty field code, Name, is whichever property you select. For example, if you select the Manager property, when you insert the DocProperty field in your document, the manager's name is displayed. To select a property, click Options in the Field dialog box (on the Insert menu

Follow the steps:

To Set a Custom Document Property
1. In a saved Word document, on the File menu, click Properties.
2. On the Custom tab, type (or select) a property name.
3. In the Value box, type the text for the custom property, and then click OK.

To Retrieve a Custom Document Property
1. In a saved Word document, on the Insert menu, click Field.
2. Under Categories, select Document Information.
3. Under Field names, select DocProperty, and then click Options.
4. On the Options tab, select the custom property you set in steps 2 and 3 of the "To Set a Custom Document Property" section of this article.
5. Click Add to Field.
6. Click OK to close the Field Options dialog box.
7. Click OK to close the Field dialog box.