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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Microsoft Excel 2007 Benifits

This post provides Microsoft Office Excel 2007 benefits, Microsoft Office Excel 2007 is a powerful and widely used tool that helps people analyze information to make more informed decisions. Using Office Excel 2007 and Excel Services, you can share and manage your analysis and insight with coworkers, customers, and partners with greater confidence.

  • Office Excel 2007 features the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface to help you find powerful tools when you need them.
  • Import, organize, and explore massive data sets within significantly expanded spreadsheets.
  • Use the completely redesigned charting engine in Office Excel 2007 to communicate your analysis in professional-looking charts.
  • Enjoy improved and powerful support for working with tables.
  • Create and work with interactive PivotTable views with ease.
  • “See” important trends and find exceptions in your data.
  • Use Office Excel 2007 and Excel Services to help share spreadsheets more securely with others.
  • Help ensure you and your organization work with the most current business information.
  • Reduce the size of spreadsheets and improve damaged file recovery at the same time.
  • Extend your business intelligence investments because Office Excel 2007 provides full support for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services.
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Monday, August 24, 2009

Fix MS Office "Error 1311"

If you find "Error 1311: cannot locate source file" error message when you install a 2007 Office suite or Office 2003. This post provide ms office support to fix this microsoft office error.


To fix this problems do the following

Create an administrative installation point for Office 2003. Cabinet files are not present in administrative installation points.
When you receive the error message, click Retry to make the installation continue correctly.
Upgrade the operating systems of any Windows XP client computers on the network to Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1). To do this, a user with the correct permissions must log on to each Windows XP client computer, click Start, point to All Programs, and then click Windows Update.
If this problem occurs when you upgrade to a 2007 Office suite, locate the insert the installation CD for the earlier version of Office into the CD drive, and then click Retry. If this does not resolve the problem, follow these steps:
1. Cancel the 2007 Office upgrade.
2. Remove the earlier version of Office by using the Add or Remove Programs item in Control Panel.
3. Reinstall the 2007 Office suite.
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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

How to Create a business card in Office 2007

It is easy to get started by selecting one of the business card designs that are included with Publisher.This post provide microsoft office support to create business card.

Create a one-sided business card.

1. Start Publisher.
2. In the Publication Types task pane, click Business Cards.
3. In the Business Cards catalog, click the design that you want.

Note If you know that you will be printing on a specific manufacturer's product, scroll to the specific manufacturer's section, and click the product that you will be using. If the product that you will be using is not listed, follow the procedure below.
4. Choose any options that you want, such as a color scheme, a business information set, or whether you want portrait or landscape orientation, and then click Create.


Set up business cards for a specific manufacturer's product

If you purchased business card sheets from a specific manufacturer, you can set up your business card in Publisher so that the dimensions match the card sheets when you print the cards.

1. In the Format Publication task pane, under Business Card Options, click Change Page Size.
2. In the Page Setup dialog box, scroll down to the Business Cards section, find the specific manufacturer that you want, and then click its name.

Note If you can't find your specific manufacturer or their specific product, carefully measure the size of the business card that you want to print on, being sure to exclude that portion of the card that doesn't get printed on. Click Custom Page Size, and then type the business card dimensions in the Custom Page Size dialog box. For more information about setting up a custom page size, see Custom Page Size dialog box.
3. Click the specific page size that you want, and then click OK.
4. Before you print on your card stock, practice with some plain test sheets to make sure your business cards are printed the way that you want.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

How to Change the Ruler Measurement in Windows word press

Change the measurement units of the ruler when running WordPad to centimeters, inches, picas, or points.When running Windows XP's WordPad tool, a ruler may appear above your document to help you lay out text on printed pages. If the ruler does not appear, select "View" - "Ruler" or press ALT-V then R. this post contain Microsoft technical support steps to change the ruler measurement.

Follow the steps:

1. Select "View" - "Options".

2. When the "Options" multi-tabbed dialog box appears, click the "Options" tab.

3. Underneath "Measurement units", select your desired measurement type:

* Inches
* Points
* Centimeters
* Picas

4. Click "OK" to close the dialog box.

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