Microsoft had released Microsoft Office 2007 for download to masses. Following the link to download a copy of Microsoft Office 2007. (Note that due do high load, it may take a some time for download to begin).
To get the serial, click the ‘Try Now’ button beside the product you wish to try. You will get the product key and the link to download once you finish the process. Microsoft has the following trial products for download:
- Microsoft® Office Accounting Express 2007
- Microsoft® Office Small Business 2007
- Microsoft® Office Standard 2007
- Microsoft® Office Project Standard 2007
- Microsoft® Office Professional 2007
- Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007
- Microsoft® Office Live Groove 2007
- Microsoft® Office Visio Standard 2007
- Microsoft® Office Visio Professional 2007
- Microsoft® Office OneNote 2007
- Microsoft® Office Publisher 2007
- Microsoft® Office Accounting Professional 2007
Note: The free trial lasts 60-days. You can upgrade the trial product and easily convert it into a permanent licensed version.
I need to rename some files in one of my folders. The problem is that the folder contains more than 2000 pictures and videos. Is there a way to rename them all at once with a prefix/root name and then a number for each picture?
Follow the following steps:-
- Start Windows Explorer. To do so, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Windows Explorer.
- Select multiple files in a folder. To do so, press and hold down the CTRL key while you are clicking files.
- After you select the files, press F2.
- Type the new name, and then press ENTER.
If you make a mistake when you try to rename multiple files, you can press CTRL+Z, or click Undo Rename on the Edit menu to undo file rename action you just completed, and you can repeat this process as needed.
I use GTalk regularly. I wish to change the location of the files that are downloaded to some location other than C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\Google Talk Received Files. How can I change it?
The current version of Google Talk (GTalk) does not allow you to modify that path where it saves the received files. The files get saved to ‘
Google Talk Received Files‘ inside your ‘
My Documents‘ folder.
However, one possible solution is to use TweakUI to change the location of your ‘
My Documents‘ folder and hence the location where the files get downloaded.
I have created a shortcut on the desktop for my son to access his favorite website. The problem is that Windows is not opening Firefox like it is supposed to. Upon double-clicking the shortcut, Windows informs me that there is no program associated with the file. I have gone into “Folder Options -> File Types” and associated .url extension with the command line that opens Firefox. Am I missing something?
All I want to do, ultimately, is to create an icon on my desktop that my son can click on to get to his favorite website.
Follow the following steps:-
- Click on the Start button and navigate to the place in the Start menu that has Firefox. But instead of clicking on it, hold down CTRL and drag the Firefox onto your desktop. This will create a shortcut to Firefox.
- Test the shortcut by double clicking on it. It will bring you to the normal default start page in Firefox. Close Firefox.
- Now right click on the shortcut and select Properties. One of the properties is the “target” which will end with firefox.exe”
- Add a space after this, then put the URL that you want to go to in Firefox, for example http://www.jkg.in/
- Click OK to end the properties window and test the shortcut.
I installed the Windows Vista and activated it. Everything is fine. The problem is I am unable to enable the Windows Aero/glass looks. I read in many forums online and they suggested to make a key in the registry. I did it but its of no use. I got Vista just for its Aero interface.
I’d first suggest you to check if your machine is Windows Vista capable. This will ensure if we meet all the requirements and it will also tell you any problems and their solutions. If the tool doesn’t find any problem and you still get the problem, leave a comment below and I will work with you to figure out the cause and the solution for the same.
I need to create some documents in the PDF format. I looked at Adobe Acrobat Professional. It is simply too costly for me. Could you please tell me some way to be able to generate generate documents in PDF format for free? I use Windows XP Professional.
There are quite a few free PDF conversion tools that exist around. My personal favorite was CutePDF. I recently came across another one which seems like a good one and that is PrimoPDF (Thanks to Hemant for that tip).
If you want total control over typesetting of the document, I strongly recommend using a LaTeX tool. My personal favourite being MiKTeX. It is a command line tool. There are a bunch of free GPL IDE’s that are available that will use these tools. You can use TeXnicCenter or Texmaker. I recommend installing MiKTeX before installing any IDE for it. To learn/refer to standard examples for LaTeX, you may want to refer to the free LaTeX wikibook.
I have PIII at home. It beeps continuously on start up and i am not able to start it. Please suggest.
The machine has a faulty RAM or the RAM is loose. Open the cabinet of your machine, and pull the RAM and try plugging it again. If still it beeps, try your RAM on a friend’s machine and see if the RAM is faulty or the problem if with the slot for the RAM.
I have a problem with my Toshiba laptop. It has Windows XP installed on it. I want to format it and install everything again but at the command prompt I always get an error message saying that the volume is in use?
You must boot using a boot disk and format from there. Also, you can boot using the disc of operating system you want to install. When trying to install the operating system, you should get an option to format the existing drive/partition. You can format it there and install the new operating system easily.
I wish to map a network drive in Windows Vista. How do I do it?
It works the same way as in Windows XP. Click Tools in the menu bar and click on Map Network Drive. If you cannot see the menu bar, you have to press the Alt-key on the keyboard and the menu bar should be visible.
I wish to change to change the folder options in Windows Vista. How do I do it?
It works the same way as in Windows XP. Click Tools in the menu bar and click on Folder Options. If you cannot see the menu bar, you have to press the Alt-key on the keyboard and the menu bar should be visible.