Hello! Welcome to OfficeHelp.Biz April 2005 Newsletter.
just published our new contents for April. From now on, Newsletters
will be sent immediately as soon as new contents are published and
new contents are only published when a newsletter is due. This way,
you will always be the firsts to know and check our new contents! We
will also start soon with special prices for newsletter subscribers
when products are acquired from links on the newsletter.
Keeping up with the critical subject of Outlook archives,
we included a FREE PC Tip on the subject of repairing
damaged Outlook email/calendar/contacts storage files.
This tip can be used in conjunction to out Tutorial
on the subject of backup of Outlook Email (and Contacts
and Calendar) Archive files.
We also have a new Pricing Policy with the
individual buyer in mind. Prices have been lowered and are
now absolutely affordable compared to the productivity
benefits you may get using them. Starting this month, our
standard prices will be:
- PC TIPS - Free
- Tutorials - USD $1.95
- Templates - USD $4.95
- Macros - USD $9.95
Our Internet Explorer Privacy Macro
is finally available. Not at production grade but as a
beta (the word is normally used, in the computer world, to
define a test grade product). You can download and test it for
free, even if there are still limitations and it's not
really completely finished. Check
With it, you will be able to delete Internet
Explorer's navigation trail on your PC (all records IE makes of what you've been
seeing on the internet) as well as the recent file list of some
common picture editing applications included in Windows and Office:
Paint and Photo Editor. Since it is an Excel Macro, it runs
inside Excel and doesn't need to be installed. As such, it
will run on most PCs, even corporate ones.
Recently added Contents
- PC TIP:
Insert Automatic Tables of Contents in Microsoft® Word
– Most large text documents are divided in chapters and need
a Table of Contents. But making one manually is an
annoyance and highly impractical. Change the text and you have
tom update all your page numbers. It is impossible to do
without error for long, But there is a solution. Let Word
do the Table of Contents for you, automatically - including page
numbers and chapter title updates. Learn how on this useful
5-minute tip. Make more professional looking documents with
TIP: Repair Outlook email archives – You open Outlook
and get an worrying error message: your email / calendar /
contacts file is corrupted and can't be opened. You've
just lost everything on it!!! Well, not exactly.
It is possible to recover the file, partially or even totally,
usually with a small loss of the message that provoked the
corruption. All with a free utility Microsoft (r) already
included on Windows but forgot to tell.
- MACRO: Internet Explorer Privacy Manager, in Excel
(in Beta testing phase - for FREE)– Test for free the
Beta version of our privacy macro. It's still unfinished and
undergoing tests, but you can have a peek and decide if it
will be of use to you. The macro can be described as:
Every time you use your browser, it will register
information about the pages you visited. This can be annoying
and even misused. You can manually clear most of this
information, but it is a time consuming process. There are
commercial software around to clean it, but they are expensive
and cannot be used on corporate PCs, where
software installation is usually locked to end-users. Want to easily and fast clean all the records IE makes about your browsing?
This macro is an excel file and will run on any computer with
Excel just by pressing one button. Clean your
New Contents to be published during April 2005
The following contents is intended for publication1
during April, in time for the May Newsletter:
Automate your tasks, make your own Microsoft® Office
Macros – No need to be a programmer or learn
to write code! Office applications have their own Macro
saving tool allowing ANY user to save a Macro that
will repeat tasks. Learn how to put this tool to good use and save
countless hours of work. Amaze everybody with your new
- PC TIP: Password
protect your Microsoft® Office files
– Lets face it. Most Office documents don't need to be
protected. And password are allays an extra level of complexity.
But have you ever desired to password protect an Office
document (either Excel, Word, PowerPoint or other)?. It's
easier than you think. Learn how, it's free! No more
unwanted peeks into your files.
New Product: There will be a new product
available next month. We will publish the details later.
1 This list is a forecast and doesn't guarantee
publication of the listed contents
OfficeHelp.Biz reserves the right to change
prices without notice.