Tuesday, August 31, 2010

How to Setup Gmail on Thunderbird

1. Login to Gmail
2. Click on Settings
3. Click on Forwarding POP/IMAP
4. Click Enable POP for mail that arrives from now on
5. Alternatively, you may enable IMAP instead of POP if you prefer to use IMAP
6. Save your setting
7. Open Thunderbird
8. Click on Tools
9. Click on Account Settings
10. Click on Account Actions
11. Click Add Mail Account
12. Type your name, email address and password
13. Put a tick mark on Remember Password
14. Click Continue
15. Wait for a while until TB creates the setting and then click on Create Account
16. That's it, happy emailing using Gmail on TB

Friday, August 6, 2010

How To Share An Excel File

There are times that several users would like to work on one excel file all at the same time. Excel has this feature of sharing the workbook. Ideally, the shared workbook has to be saved in a shared folder on the network accessible to the other users.  Here's how you are going to do it:

1. Open an excel file
2. Go to Review menu (if you're using MS Office 2007)
3. Click on Share Workbook
4. On Editing tab put a tick on "Allow changes by more than one user at the same time...."
5. Click OK
6. A confirmation window will appear whether you want to continue, just click on OK
7. Click on Protect Shared Workbook
8. Put a tick mark on "Sharing with track changes"
9. You'll notice the word "shared" in square bracket right beside your file name because you've just shared your excel file.
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Microsoft Office 2010 Home & Student (Disc Version)

Sunday, August 1, 2010

How to Create Two Partitions in Windows 7

If you would like to have two partitions on your computer you may follow this procedure:

1.  Click Start or the Windows Logo
2.  Click Control Panel
3.  Click System and Security
4.  Click Create and format hard disk partitions
5.  The Disk Management Window will come out, right beside the Disk0 select Drive C:
6.  Right click on Drive C: and then click Shrink Volume
7.  On the "Enter the amount of space to shrink in MB" you may type your desired space or use the suggested amount of space
8.  Click Shrink button
9.  You will notice there the newly added Free Space you right click on that and click New Volume
10. Click Next
11. Click Next
12. Click Next and leave as is the Simple volume size in MB
13. On the "Assign the following drive letter:" you may select the drive assignment you wish or leave it as is and click Next
14. On the "File System" you may select FAT or NTFS, the default is NTFS and then click Next
15. Click Finish
16. That's it, you will notice the newly added drive right beside Drive C: