Monthly Archives: April 2013

Microsoft Access – using captions for field names

When you create a field name within an Access table, you may use a name that is useful to the developer, e.g. strSurname, indicating that the field is text, but it may not be that user-friendly for the person using … Continue reading

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Microsoft Word – Skipping number when working with numbered lists

When working with numbered lists in Microsoft Word, you sometimes want to have two paragraphs within the one number, especially if you are typing up meeting minutes. Paragraph 1 Section 1 – This section is made up of two paragraphs. … Continue reading

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Sending an Outlook e-mail from another e-mail address

Sometimes you may need to send an e-mail on behalf of someone else, using their e-mail address, or you may have more than one e-mail address and use one that isn’t your usual Outlook account address. To send an e-mail … Continue reading

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