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How to Delete “Auto Complete” Entries that you don’t use in e-mails (Outlook 2016)

When filling in the “To:/Cc:/Bcc” fields in an e-mail message, Outlook will provide you with “Auto Complete” entries. This will be a list of e-mail addresses that are similar to what you are typing (e-mail address that you have used…
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How to Colorize e-mail messages from specific senders –Using Conditional Formatting (Outlook 2016)

Assigning a color to incoming e-mails by the sender will allow you to view important correspondence at a glance. This process is shown using Outlook 2016.
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How to Convert Number to Round Up and Display Two Decimal Places (Excel 2010)

There may be times when a number (or result of a calculation) has more than two decimal places. You can tell excel to display only 2 decimal places, but the full number with all the decimal places will be displayed when you click on an individual cell. There is a way to get the worksheet to convert the number to 2 decimal places and round up.
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Becoming Familiar with the Ribbon In File Explorer (Windows 8)

In the new “File Explorer” (previously called “Windows Explorer), where you view the list of files/folders on your computer, there is now a “Ribbon” filled with commands just like the Office Programs (Word, Outlook, Excel, etc.). Each section of the Ribbon is divided into Tabs. The Tabs will change depending on what is selected in File Explorer. For example, when you click on “Documents” under “Library”, the “Library Tools” tab will become available.
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How to Change Search Provider Internet Explorer 10 (Windows 8)

If you have a computer running Windows 8 it will come with Internet Explorer 10 installed. When you perform a search on the internet it will use Bing as the search provider. If you would like to change the settings it’s not as simple as it used to be. Follow instructions below to change your search provider.
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