My name is Tony Holowitz, also known as Tony The Teacher, and I offer free computer training for everybody and anybody. Computers 101 helps beginners learn the basics. I also offer free computer training in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Access, QuickBooks, ACT! by Swiftpage, the Internet, Google, the iPhone and […]
Through the years, I have developed a lot of general knowledge about computers. I’ve learned about tools that are available to the everyday computer user; tools that make computers easier to work with. Many of those tools have been outlined in a book that I’d like to recommend by Beth Ziesenis, Your Nerdy Best Friend, […]
I recently taught a Microsoft Excel class at a local high school and I know it was different from what the people in the class expected. The class was entitled Microsoft Excel Top 20 Tips. For 90 minutes I went over these tips on my computer and it was projected to my students on a […]
This past Saturday I lost my Internet services for the entire day. I typically come into my office for a few hours on Saturday mornings to catch up on things and this past Saturday was no exception. Unbeknownst to me, I would be without the Internet all day and my cable television service was also […]
Microsoft outlook has a tool for archiving old emails. This video will teach you how to work with the archive feature. Todd Schorle, CEO of TS-Tech, has produced a video explaining Microsoft Outlook’s archive feature that is easy to follow and to the point. If you like to save a lot of old emails you […]
I would like to introduce you to Penny Lane of QuickBooksNow.com. Penny Lane is a QuickBooks teacher, consultant, accountant and expert. I use QuickBooks for my business and I teach my clients about QuickBooks. Having stated that, I don’t feel that I am an expert at QuickBooks. I know my limitations and I also know […]
This is a great time of year to change your passwords for your bank accounts, online accounts, credit card accounts and anywhere else you use a password. I always tell my students to have three passwords that they use on a regular basis. If the first one doesn’t work try, the second one and then […]
I recently taught a community education class that included Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Quite honestly, I typically don’t teach these classes but I did it because a friend of mine is the director of the local community education and she asked me to do these classes. I don’t teach classes in a classroom […]
I have clients that have fallen victim to the curiosity of phishing emails. Be careful. Phishing emails prey on the curiosity of people that get emails from well known companies that suggests action needs to be taken by clicking on a link in an email. For example, you might receive an email that looks like […]
Microsoft Outlook can be used for email, as a calendar, for managing contacts, tasks, notes and more. This tutorial talks about some initial setup ideas and issues. Are you a small business using Outlook? Has Outlook already been setup for you? We discuss, pop, IMAP and Exchange account options and differences. Some of this information […]
In this tutorial, I will explain the differences. How you setup you email has become more important since smart phones were introduced. The reason being is that we now check our email in multiple places. We can check our phone. We can use Microsoft Outlook. We can even check via webmail. Setting up your email […]
Outlook can be customized to suit your needs. When you first open Outlook it can look radically different from the way it looks on your coworkers computer. These tutorials will get you comfortable working with and moving around in Microsoft Outlook 2013. Thank you.
I review the Microsoft Ribbon and all aspects of sending an email in Microsoft Outlook. Just a reminder, you can practice sending emails by sending emails to yourself; to your own email address. We take a look at how to start and email, how to send an email and how to read incoming emails.