Articles tagged with: Instruction

Adding Forms To Your Website Using Plone Forms and Office 365 Forms

Forms allow your website visitors to submit request for more information, provide feedback or register for an event. Web forms may be simple, for example to allow your visitor to contact you and provide information about a relevant topic or ask a question about an important subject. Web forms may be have a number of [ Read More ]

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Phishing emails on the rise

Over the past few months, we have seen an increase in the number of phishing emails being sent out. Unfortunately, this is a trend that will continue. While the email administrators are working hard to filter out these emails, it is virtually impossible to block all of them from being delivered. Because of this, it [ Read More ]

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Microsoft Office 365: Online Archive and importing items from local archive

Office 365 Online Archive It is hard to believe that it has been 2 years since our email system changed to Microsoft Office 365. While we have seen our fair share of problems with Office 365, the benefits have completely outweighed any of the issues we ran across. Moving from 500 Megabytes (MB) of storage [ Read More ]

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Changes to the login process for Quicken 2015 Starter Edition

Extension offices in most Oklahoma counties have switched from Quicken 2012 to the newer Quicken 2015 Starter Edition. With this change, you might remember having to create a new Intuit ID to log into the application. There is a change in the authentication system coming that will affect all counties that made the switch. Soon [ Read More ]

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Creating surveys with Microsoft Forms

I covered Office 365 and the included apps during the March 2017 Cooperative Conversation. During my research into the apps, I found a new one that could be particularly useful. Microsoft Forms is a survey or quiz tool that allows you to create forms and then distribute them in several different ways. Forms, as well [ Read More ]

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Windows 10 now has ads in File Explorer, and this is how to remove them.

Recently Microsoft has decided to start embedding ads into File Explorer. Not Internet Explorer, but File Explorer. When you open up a folder like My Documents or My Computer you can now have an ad placed at the top of the window. I have seen this recently myself and the internet is buzzing about it. Unfortunately [ Read More ]

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A “New” MS Word Tool

I learned of a new Microsoft Office tool the other day! I am taking an online class that focuses on business computer concepts and applications. In the class, I get to work my way through various Office modules. I will be honest, it can be a bit tedious, BUT I have already found a handful [ Read More ]

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Windows 10 says my password is wrong… But I know I’ve entered it correctly!

Coming into the office one morning and turning on your Windows 10 computer, you might find that the password for your user no longer works. After installing an update, Microsoft may have changed the way you sign into the computer. In this article, I will show you how to find out if that has happened, and [ Read More ]

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Finding lost files on your computer

The other day I lost a file. A very important file that I suddenly had to have and I had no idea where I saved it. I am a little embarrassed to admit that, however it happens to all of us at some point. After several minutes of frantically searching for it, I was finally [ Read More ]

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Reusing Adobe Connect Recordings in Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect is a great tool for online collaboration and has become a standard tool across DASNR, allowing for many to attend meetings, in-services and training’s without having to use funds from their travel budget. However, there may be features yet to be discovered I discovered a new feature the other day when I was [ Read More ]

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