Following are the important URLS for Microsoft Online Services. You can add them to your Favorites menu in Windows Internet Explorer to ensure that you have them when you need them.
The following global URLs provide access to the appropriate regional portals regardless of where you are located.
Administration Center https://admin.microsoftonline.com
My Company Portal https://home.microsoftonline.com
Customer Portal https://mocp.microsoftonline.com/site
Partner Administration Center * https://partner.microsoftonline.com Continue reading…
To recover a deleted item, you must have owner rights to the mailbox from which you are recovering deleted items.
To recover deleted items from the Deleted Items folder with Outlook
Open an Outlook client that has access to the mailbox that has deleted items.
Select the Deleted Items folder.
From the Tools menu, select Recover Deleted Items.
Select the item that you want to recover, and then click Recover Selected Items.
To use the DumpsterAlwaysOn registry key to recover hard-deleted items
On the client computer used to perform the deleted items recovery operation, click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK. Continue reading…
If you have installed Microsoft Office 2010 and haven’t activated it, you will find that Microsoft allows you to use the full functionality of Office 2010 for 30 days. After this 30 days of free usage, you have to register Microsoft Office 2010 to continue using it. But most of you will be happy to know that much like Microsoft Windows 7 (you can extend the trial up to 120 days), you can rearm and use Microsoft Office 2010 and extend the trial up to 6 months or 180 days. After this grace period, Office 2010 will automatically start functioning in reduced functionality mode to remind the user that the software needs to be activated.
Microsoft now requires all installed copy of Office 2010 to be activated, including licenses sold through volume licensing. So, the rearm function in Office 2010 is actually provided for the convenience of corporate customers. Microsoft allows in total 5 rearm of Office 2010, where after reset, added 30 days of free usage is allowed without activation. If the rearm is timed correctly at the last day of current 30 day cycle’s end, theoretically, the 5 rearm can extend the free usage of Office 2010 up to 6 months or 180 days. Continue reading…
The biggest cause of crashes is font conflicts in Microsoft Word for Mac .
There’s an application in your Applications folder called Font Book.
Open Font Book
In the left side click All Fonts
In the Font column, select a font then use Edit > Select All
From the Edit menu choose Resolve Duplicates. This only takes a minute, but nothing happens on screen except for the little wait cursor for a moment or two.
From the File menu choose Validate Fonts.
This opens a new window.Let it run till it’s done.
Click the check box to select all
Then click the Remove fonts button
This moves all duplicate and corrupt fonts to the trash.
Empty the Trash.
Restart your computer and see if Word and other applications no longer crash.
How to Download and Install New Templates on Office 2010
While working on a document you might need to download a new, fresh template such as a agenda, a business card, a diagram, an envelope template, a calendar etc. This tutorial will show you the fastest way to download and install new template. It will also show you template location on Windows Office 2010 in Windows 7. In fact, by default, Office 2010 comes with a bundle of template you can use right away for your works as they comes for free! Continue reading…
If you write a lot of documents with Office Word, you know that one of the most annoying things while writing a web address is that Word automatically hyperlinks it so that, if a reader clicks it, he will be able to open the website without copying and pasting the address on the browser. If you don’t like the hyperlinking feature, this small trick will show you how to turn off and disable the automatic hyperlink feature from Office Word.
First of all let me tell you that there is a quick trick to remove the hyperlink from a web address. Simply, highlighting the text then, right after that, press these two keys: CTRL+U. If instead you are looking for something “permanent” follow these easy steps:
1.Click the Office button located on the top-right side of the window.
2.Click the Word Options button.
3.On he left pane, click AutoCorrect Options.
4.Now, click the AutoFormat As You Type tab.
5.Under Replace as You Type, untick Internet and Network Paths with Hyperlinks.
If instead you still own the old Word 2003, follow this tutorial: Continue reading…