Yes you CAN capitalise all letters in Excel! Learn how! More »
Learn more ways to resolve troublesome headings in a document! More »
Many developers are jumping on the responsive web design (RWD) bandwagon, creating a flurry of responsive themes that will dynamically transform your viewing experience based on the device you use to surf the web. But not everyone will find it suitable for their site (and yes, I am one of them!). In this tutorial, I will show you how you can disable this feature for LineMix theme (version 2.5).
It is so easy to capitalise all the letters in a sentence or paragraph in Word (and vice versa), but it isn’t exactly straightforward to do the same in Excel. Yes folks, you can actually change the capitalisation of the words in Excel too! It just requires extra steps to achieve it as compared to Word.
It’s very easy to search for words or values (and replace them) in any excel-generated report by using the Find and Replace function. Do you also know that you can actually highlight the cell (i.e. fill in the cell colour) whenever that particular word or value is located?
I’ve had my fair share of horror stories on data loss. I lost my laptop to nasty thieves one night after work, and my last data backup was as old as one month! The amount of work I need to do in order to rebuild what I have lost was almost unimaginable! Then there was this incident where my laptop just died on me. Although I did perform periodic backups, I still need to rework on some files where recovery was just impossible.
Having worked with a diverse group of people in various industries, I have dealt with a lot of project documentation of varying types, ranging from user requirements and system design to scope of work and project charter. More often than not, mistakes are unavoidable (we are humans after all!) but some mistakes just shouldn’t be repeated. Here are the top five mistakes that I often encountered in project documentation:
In my two previous posts, you have learnt how you can effectively control your document’s headings and why you should do that. But what if the headings do not behave the way you want it to be? Listed below are more ways to troubleshoot common problematic scenarios on document’s headings that could have saved you from immense frustration.
In my previous tutorial, you have learnt the basics of how to control the headings in your document. Now let’s understand the reason why you should use the paragraph attributes of the headings to control where the headings begin and how it can help you to better manage your document.
Have you encountered this bizarre scenario where the heading in the document just refuses to budge and stays put at the beginning of a page? Sometimes, the gap or blank space between one page of a document and the other is a little too wide and you want the next heading (or chapter) to start just after the previous one ends.
Here’s another way to demonstrate how powerful the Find and Replace function is in Word. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can insert superscript for a selected number that occurs (repeatedly) throughout the document.