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Microsoft Word

There are more than 70 Microsoft Word video tutorials and tips listed in numerical order on this website. Start learning Microsoft Office by learning Microsoft Word. Watching my tutorials in order is equivalent to taking a class that you can come back to as often as you like, for free. Visit Word Tutorials

Microsoft Excel

Almost all of us use Microsoft Excel at some point in our careers. My Microsoft Excel tutorials and tips take the mystery out of working with Microsoft Excel. There are more than 45 Microsoft Excel tutorials to help you navigate the software. Enjoy.  Visit Excel Tutorials

Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is used by most of us to send and receive emails. We spend so much time on this task that it is imperative that you learn how to become efficient with managing email. We will explore Microsoft Outlook with more than 25 tutorials on how to make the most out of Microsoft Outlook and all of its tools.  Visit Outlook Tutorials

Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint is a tool to create presentations for many different settings. I have created more than 20 tutorials that will teach you how to use Microsoft PowerPoint. In addition, I will review resources that will make your presentations in PowerPoint awesome. Visit PowerPoint Tutorials

Computers 101

If you are looking to improve your computer skills, you have come to the right place. I specialize in helping everyday computer users get more out of their computers. My free tutorials will teach you how to be a better computer user every day. Visit Computer Tutorials

Google Tips & Tools

Google is an amazing resource. It is a search engine. It is a library at your fingertips. I will teach you new search tips and techniques, as well as, all about tools that Google offers to computer users. You thought you knew Google! Visit Google Tutorials

iPhone & iPad Tips

I am from an iPhone family. My wife and children use iPhones. Therefore, I strive to create and find iPhone and iPad tips and tutorials that will help the everyday user. These tools will add a new dimension to your life every day. Visit iPhone Tutorials

QuickBooks Training

I use QuickBooks for my business and I teach my clients how to use QuickBooks. These tips and tutorials will teach you how to get started using QuickBooks at your business and is also a great resource for training employees to use QuickBooks.  Visit QuickBooks Tutorials

The 10 best iPhone apps you should use – Tech Insider

There's no shortage of great apps out there, but we've gathered 10 of the most interesting, useful iPhone apps you may not have used yet.  Here are the apps you should start using in 2016: Google Photos is an overall better solution to Apple's built-in iCloud Photo...

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Access Tip 16: Using Report Wizard

Occasionally, you may want to create a report that includes data from multiple tables or queries. The Report Wizard can simplify this process by breaking it up into several steps. You'll be able to choose the tables or queries that you want to include, and then you...

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iPad Bluetooth Problems : Tech Yeah! – YouTube

How to resolve Bluetooth issues easily. If you have run into problems using Bluetooth on your iPhone or iPad, this video tutorial will give you some suggested techniques for resolving those issues. Personally, I have frequently had issues connecting my iPhone to a...

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10 – Google Search Tips: Wildcard Search

Today's Google search tip is about using wildcards when you do a Google search. To illustrate my point please finish this phrase: Teach an Old... Tony Holowitz: Free Google Search Tips and Tricks I love teaching people about computers. My...

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Tips for Cyber Monday success | OnGuard Online

Tips for Cyber Monday Success November 25, 2015 by Andrew Johnson | Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC Each year, Cyber Monday promises unbelievable savings – but before you start snagging deals, here are some tips to help you save money and protect...

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Training Class

Learn Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 for Free Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 PowerPoint 1 of 2 (122 Minutes) Introduction (8:00) AutoContent Wizard (7:00) The Screen (6:00) Editing A Slide (9:00) Inserting Artwork (8:00) Internet Impact (8:00) Slide Design (7:00) Slide Design...

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10 – Microsoft Word 2003 Tip 10: Viewing Options

In this tutorial we will take a look at viewing options. Quite often when you have a very large document, in other words a lot of pages, it can be easier to view those pages if you know some viewing options in Microsoft Word. This tutorial takes a look at some viewing...

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iPhone Tip 20: Notes

How to use Apple Notes on an iPhone We all have things to keep track of today. For example, a grocery list. How about a to do list. Maybe a list of names of people you see on occasion.  The iPhone notes application is a simple way of keeping notes of things that are...

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Computer Tip 30: 6 Ways Social Media Can Ruin Your Life

This article appeared in the Boston Globe and is a must read for anyone and everyone.  If you are a parent, read this with your children. Cautionary tales of Facebook fails, Twitter traps, and Insta-gaffes. ALICIA ANN LYNCH PROBABLY DIDN’T THINK TWICE before she...

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Access Tip 10: Multi-Table Queries, Part 1

In a typical database, a single table doesn't show you the complete picture. That's because related data is often spread out through several different tables. With a query, you can pull in data from multiple tables to answer questions. For example, to find customers...

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3 – Microsoft Excel 2003 Training Class Part 3

Free Excel 2003 Training Part 3: A Series of Short Tutorials (136:00) Creating Formulas (8:00) Filtering Data (6:00) PivotTables 1 (6:00) PivotTables 2 (7:00) Save vs. Save As (7:00) Adding a shortcut to Save As to the toolbar (3:00) What is an Active Cell? (1:00)...

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17 – Microsoft Word 2003 Tip 17: Justification

Think of justification as the look and feel of newspaper columns. When you justify your document it adds space between words in Microsoft Word. By adding space it takes its words and spreads them out so that the right edge of the last word always ends up perfectly...

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Access Tip 20: Customizing Form Settings

If you really want to fine-tune your forms, you'll need to use the Property Sheet. The Property Sheet lets you make extremely detailed changes to your forms. Since there are so many things that you can change, you should be extra careful when using the Property Sheet....

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Computer Tip 2: Learn Microsoft Word First

Learn Microsoft Word First When I teach people about computers I always tell them a great place to start is with Microsoft Word. I can only speak for myself, but when I teach people Microsoft Word I also teach them a lot of little things that will carry over into...

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8 – Google Search Tips: Date Ranges

In this tutorial I will teach you a Google search tip that allows you to add dates and ranges to your Google search.  This is a great way to find or avoid outdated information when searching. Tony Holowitz: Free Google Search Tips and...

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5 – Microsoft Word 2003 Tip 5: Cut, Copy & Paste

This tutorial will teach you how to cut, copy and paste. This tutorial will teach you some of the most fundamental aspects of working with your computer. Occasionally we need to cut text away from something and paste it in another position. Sometimes we just need to...

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4 – Google Search Tips: Searching a Specific Website

On occasion you might want to search for information on a specific web site with Google. For example, an article about John Smith at the New York Times web site. Please watch my video to learn how to accomplish this specific type of advanced Google search....

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