Microsoft Office

Microsoft Windows - Article

Microsoft Office 365 Subscriptions Explained

We organise various different Office 365 services for our clients and it can be confusing to know what each offers, the differences between them and the costs.  Here we briefly set out to answer just those questions!

17 Jul 2017 • 471 views

Security - Article

Beefing up your Chambers Technology Support Email Security

Access to your Chambers Technology Support Email is secured by a logon ID and a password but ID's are easy to guess and there are various ways your password could be found out so to deal with possibility, an additional layer of security can be added to your Email account.  Here we explain what this is, why it is needed and how you can get started using it.

27 Jan 2017 • 471 views

Security - Article

Security Alert - Fake Microsoft Sign-In message

You may receive an Email, claiming to be from Microsoft, advising that there has been an unusual signin to your Microsoft account.  This fake message, based on a genuine notification from Microsoft, by its nature encourages you to check this activity but in doing so it directs you to a fake site to log in to your Microsoft account.

12 Jul 2016 • 471 views

Office 365 things you need to know

Office 365 Boxed VS Subscription

19 Nov 2015 • 471 views

Microsoft Outlook - Article

How to open a PST file using Microsoft Outlook 2013

A PST file can be used by Microsoft Outlook to store E-mail, Calendar entries, Contacts, Notes and other items of information.  PST files may be used to provide you with additional storage, given to you should you leave Chambers Technology Support and they are also often used in cases to share evidence.  Here we show you how to open a PST file using Microsoft Outlook 2013.

9 Dec 2014 • 471 views

Microsoft Excel - Article

Excel and Word won't let me use my dual screens

One of the delights of dual screens is being able to view Excel spreadsheets or Word documents side by side to compare and edit but how do you get each file to show on a different screen - we explain.

6 Mar 2014 • 471 views

I have received an email with lots of attachments. Do I have to save them all one at a time?

If using Outlook, they can all be saved at once to a folder of your choosing very easily.

12 Feb 2014 • 471 views

How to print an Excel spreadsheet to fit a set number of pages

One of the most common queries we get about Microsoft Excel is printing a worksheet and having it fit on a certain number of pages.  You may get a whole other set of pages printing with just one column and other times a few rows on the last page.  So here we show you how to print a spreadsheet to fit a set number of pages.

4 Sep 2013 • 471 views

Microsoft Office - Article

The need to click Save in Microsoft Office

Modern versions of Office (Word/Excel/Powerpoint) include a feature called AUTORECOVER which you will already be using and saves a copy of your work every few minutes (standard setting is every 10 mins but this can be altered).

17 Jun 2013 • 471 views

How to switch off the People Pane in Outlook 2010

The People Pane in Outlook 2010 is intended to provide you with a single place to view people in your social network through Outlook however it relies on having a suitable social network set up which often isn't possible.

29 May 2013 • 471 views

I cannot open Office 2007+ format files (docx, xlsx, pptx)

One of our more regular queries involves dealing with documents produced using different versions of Microsoft Word or Excel.  If you have Office 2003 (PC) or Office 2004 (Mac) you can install a free convertor that will let you open and save documents created using later versions of Office.  Here we show you how.

24 Apr 2013 • 471 views