Working with absolute and relative cell references in Excel, plus retrieving a value from a second sheet.
Now that you know how to use Microsoft Word to make barcodes, the next step is to keep track of your barcoded items in Excel. Here's how.
In this three-part series, Brien shows how to use Microsoft Office to organize personal resources or create a small business inventory-tracking system. Step one: Generate barcodes in Word.
It makes sense for tech giants like Microsoft to take their conferences to the cloud in the wake of the pandemic, but virtual events will be a hard sell to veteran conference-goers.
Turns out the secret to the HoloLens 2's success has nothing to do with holograms.
Represented by the pipe symbol (found on the backslash key on most keyboards), the PowerShell pipeline allows one command's output to be treated as input for another command.
Earlier versions of PowerShell only had one way to display errors, and it wasn't always the most helpful. Microsoft's support of the Get-Error cmdlet in PowerShell 7 makes error messages much more useful.
It won't do what most third-party backup solutions can, but Windows File History, a relic from Windows 8.1, does a reasonably good job of protecting Windows 10 data.
Beyond just crunching budgets, Microsoft's recent Excel overhaul will give it the intelligence to recognize over 100 new data categories and process information in ways that were previously unimagined.
Microsoft Planner is an indispensable tool, but it still has room for improvement. Here are the features that Microsoft should add to make Planner even better than it already is.
When a simple keyword search can't find the e-mail you're looking for, it's time to break out one (or a couple) of Outlook's many search operators. Here are a few of the most useful ones.
Reports of a Windows 10 successor in the wild have been greatly exaggerated. Brien digs into what's really going on with the rumored "Windows 12."
As business restrictions slowly begin to lift, IT pros face a new landscape similar to the BYOD boom -- but instead of new devices, they'll be dealing with new logistics.
There's no perfect solution (yet) for Outlook calendar clutter. In the meantime, though, here's a workaround to make Outlook hide any meetings that you haven't accepted.
Problem: Mounting a Hyper-V virtual hard disk outside of the VM breaks the VM. Solution: PowerShell.