How to Rename Worksheet in Microsoft Excel

Step 1: On the Sheet tab bar, right-click the sheet tab you want to rename, and click Rename or Or double click on the sheet tab to rename the worksheet.

Rename 1

How to show hidden files in Windows 7

Step 1: Click on the Start button. This is the small round button in the lower left corner of your screen that has a Windows flag on it.

Step 2: Click on the Control Panel menu option.

How to Change the Auto-Save Interval in Word 2013


The AutoRecovery feature of Microsoft Word 2013 automatically saves your document every 10 minutes by default. However, you can manually increase or decrease the interval with which Word can auto save the document.

How to Enable Touch Mode in Office 2013


Now you can enable Touch Mode in Microsoft Excel 2013 to make your life much easier if you are working on a touch screen device as the software has the capability to optimize to touch gestures.

Step 1) Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the Quick Access Toolbar, then select Touch/Mouse Mode from the drop-down menu.


How to Take a Screenshot on Your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch


Taking a screenshot with the iPhone is a very easy task. These instructions can be used to take a screenshot on all iOS devices. Any model of iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad (as long as they're running iOS 2.0 or higher). You can't take screenshots on iPod models other than the touch because they don't run on iOS.

Step 1) Find the home button at the centre and the ON/OFF button at the top right of the device.

How to tell if the shift key is lower case, Upper Case, or CAPS LOCK in iOS 5 to iOS 7.1


Are you confused by the keyboard changes in from iOS 5 to iOS 7.1? Here's how to tell if the Shift key or the Caps Lock key is on of off.

iOS 5

Shift key off
Shift key on

Caps lock on

The SUM Function in Microsoft Excel



The SUM formula does exactly what you would expect. It allows you to add 2 or more numbers together.

There are three ways you can use this formula in excel (for beginners)

Formula 1:


 =SUM(argument1, argument2) 

An "argument" can be thought of as any number that you wish to add. (up to a total of 255 items)

Example: I want to add 2+2 so I can use the formula =SUM(2, 2)