Text Case Options in Word 2013

In changing capitalization, Word gives you the options of Lowercase, Uppercase, Sentence Case, Capitalize Each Word and Toggle Case. Learn how to use these options and what each one denotes.

Office 2016 – What’s New and Improved?

Did you know Office 2016 was released in September 2015? Nearly six months after release, there seems to be little fanfare. Is anything new in one of Microsoft’s oldest product lines? Let’s take a look and see if an upgrade is worthwhile to you.

Office 2016 Versions Explained

With the recent release of Office 2016, you may be wondering which version would be appropriate for you to use. Well – you’ve come to the right place. This article will explain to you the costs and feature differences between the various editions of Microsoft Office 2016.

How to Use Custom Lists to Sort in Excel 2013

Excel 2013 supports multi-tiered sorting rules to arrange data as you prefer, but the default sorting rules only provide alphabetical or reverse-alphabetical ordering. A convenient workaround is to specify sort order using custom lists that give you exact control over the sort order.

How to Use Cortana in Windows 10

Windows 10 Cortana may share the name of a character in the popular Halo series of games, but the ‘real’ Cortana in Windows 10 is surprisingly fun and handy to use. This guide will show you how to make the most of using Cortana.