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We’ve covered screenshots before, the various ways you can take them and how they can be used to upgrade your documents. The developers at Microsoft are taking a cue from the third-party developers and are introducing better screenshot features in the latest Window 10 builds.

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Tech Terms Explained: Modem, Router, Firewall

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ConfusedTechnology can be confusing. You’re just trying to run your business, but sometimes it helps tremendously to know some of the tech terms that are being thrown about to help in troubleshooting what might be wrong. We’re thinking about adding this as a semi-regular feature to our newsletter and blog, so let us know what kinds of terms you want explained. This month, we explain the devices that get the internet safely and securely into your office: Your modem, router, and firewall.

excelLast month we talked about ways you can adjust Excel printing by setting page breaks and print areas in Excel. This month, we’re learn more about Excel printing with page scaling and row/column repeating. Read on for all the details.

Tech Tip: Adjusting your Windows 10 Privacy Settings

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windows 10Windows 10 is loaded with data-tracking tidbits and hooks into a variety of Microsoft’s online services. While there are certainly benefits to having those hooks enabled (OneDrive integration and Cortana’s back-end, for example), you don’t have to be thrilled about the idea of Mcrosoft’s operating system calling home or looking over your shoulder. Here’s how you can disable these integrations.

Tech Tip: Control Excel Printing with Page Breaks

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Unlike Microsoft Word documents, which are generally built to be printed, Microsoft Excel files are built to crunch and manipulate numbers. However, there is sometimes the need to print something. Anybody who’s done printing in Excel knows that it can be a roll of the dice how it’s going to show up on a sheet of paper. Here are some tips to help with that.

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