iPhone Tip 13: Browsing the Web

In this video tutorial we will take a look at browsing the web on your iPhone. You have quite a few options for browsing the web on your iPhone and we will explore some of those options and take a look at some of the apps you can download to make this task easier....

Access Tip 9: Simple Query

Queries allow you to search for and compile data from one or more tables in Access. They are one of the best ways of analyzing the data you have in your database. Depending on what you’re trying to find out, they can range from very simple to very complex. In...

Computer Tip 12: Managing the Desktop

The desktop of your computer is similar to the desktop of your desk. The desktop of your computer has icons on it. It most likely also has folders on it and other items you might not recognize. Just like the desk in your office or home it can become cluttered. The...

iPhone Tip 14: Google Maps

How to Use Google Maps, Traffic and GPS on iPhones At some point you will have an experience with your iPhone that will make you say WOW! All of the sudden you realize how powerful that little phone is; you’ll realize it’s like having a computer in your...

Adding Photos and Videos to Facebook

Hi ladies and gentlemen, in this tutorial I will show you how to add photos and videos to a Facebook post. One of the great things about Facebook is that you can share photos and videos. With a little practice you can do this on a regular basis, it’s not that...

Google Voice

Your Google Voice number can ring multiple phones at one time. Google Voice is a free service of Google. After you pick the Google phone number you can assign that number to multiple sources. For example, your Google Voice number when called can bring your home phone,...

Text Message Scam

Let me set the scene: your friend John is rushing to get his daughter from school and his son to the soccer field, and he still needs to stop at the grocery store because there’s nothing in the fridge. In the midst of this everyday madness, he gets a text message from...

Microsoft Ribbon and Tabs Tutorials

Microsoft Office Training Tutorials: Introducing the Microsoft Ribbon & Tabs When I teach people things about Microsoft Office I typically use Microsoft Word as the tool to create my tutorials. The things you learn Microsoft Word will carry over to Excel,...

Access Tip 2: Introduction to Objects

Microsoft Access is a database creation and management program. Before diving into Access 2010, it’s important to understand what a database is; how they can be used; and the difference between data management in Access and Excel. A database is a collection of...

How to Setup a Google Account

Here are instructions for setting up your Google account. Google offers a wide variety of services. When you create a Google account you have access to Gmail, Google calendar and Google drive, Picassa, YouTube, Google maps and tools such as Google Analytics and Google...

Kim Komando – Kim Komando Show

Kim Komando Kim Komando is the host of an American talk radio program based on the popularity of smartphones, televisions, tablets, personal computers, the use of the Internet, and the complexities of buying and using all forms of consumer electronics. (source...

Access Tip 14: Creating Reports

If you want to show some of your data to another person, you’ll often want to make it look as professional as possible, and simply showing them a table or query may not be impressive enough. Luckily, Access lets you turn a table or query into a report that you...

Happy New Year: Time to Change Your Passwords

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...