Today, when one of my customers pressed the “Send-Receive” button to check for new email messages using Microsoft Outlook (2010), suddenly he received the “Not implemented” error message on his screen. As a result of this error, the customer couldn't use Outlook to send or receive any messages.
When your Office installation is corrupted (due to a virus attack, incompatible Add-on or unfinished installation) then you face problems when you are working with your Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). One common problem/symptom due to a damaged installation, is that you cannot open (Double-click) any MS Office documents
In this article I explain the way to backup your Outlook account settings and then restore (transfer) them to another computer. Unfortunately there is not a user friendly way to backup your Outlook Account settings because in all Outlook versions the account settings are kept inside the Windows registry under this key:
All versions of Microsoft Outlook use (by default) a single file to store all the information included on the Outlook program, like Emails, Contacts, Tasks and Calendar. This file by default is named “Outlook.pst” (the “PST” extension means “Personal Data Folder”) and has a default maximum size limit depending on the Outlook version. That means […]
How to Backup Outlook Data (Mail, Calendar, Contacts,Tasks) in Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 or 2003
If you are using Microsoft Outlook as your personal organizer (Tasks reminder, Calendar, Mail application), then you have to backup its contents very often, to avoid loosing Outlook data when your computer crashes or if you want to transfer its contents to a new computer.
Turning your PowerPoint presentation into video makes it possible to publish your personal or professional PowerPoint presentations in the Web (e.g. YouTube), to write them on a CD or DVD, it gives more professional style for your work at your customers and of course you don’t need PowerPoint to be installed on destination computers.
The OpenDocumentFormat (ODF) is a free and open source XLM file format, aiming in universal document editing. The ODF standards are defined from Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) consortium and are implemented from SUN Microsystems into OpenOffice.org office suite.
One common problem faced on many computers is the slow launching or termination of MS Word. This problem is usually due to a corrupted or problematic "Normal.dot" template. The "Normal.dot" template is the location where word saves all the default settings (e.g. font type, font size etc.) and it is used with every word file […]