Create a Form in Word: Overview You can easily create a form in Word based on existing documents or templates. To create a form in Word, first create a normal document or template to use as the basis for your form. Then enter information into that document you want to remain unchanging. This unchanging
Restore a Deleted File from the Recycle Bin in Windows 10: Overview You can restore a deleted file from the Recycle Bin in Windows 10 if you mistakenly delete a file from your computer’s “C:” drive. Windows has a file deletion safeguard called the Recycle Bin. The Recycle Bin holds files and folders deleted
Create a Calculated Field in Access: Overview You can easily create a calculated field in Access queries. A calculated field is a field that derives its value by performing a function on values from other table fields. It can also calculate values entered by hand. The field’s data only appears for the duration of
Create a Folder in Windows 10: Overview It is possible to create a folder in Windows 10 after you begin to create and save files. You can create a folder in Windows 10, and also create subfolders, to help you organize your saved materials. You can create a folder in Windows 10 within almost
Unzip Files in Windows 10: Overview You can easily unzip files in Windows 10. You can unzip a zipped file that appears in a File Explorer window to open its contents. To unzip files in Windows 10, display the zipped file to unzip in a File Explorer window. Then click or tap the zipped
Burn a CD or DVD in Windows 10: Overview You can easily burn a DC or DVD in Windows 10. Many computers have a CD or DVD drive that can create recordable CDs or DVDs. This drive lets you save content from your computer onto removable media for transfer. To burn a CD or
Charts in Access: Overview You can create charts in Access by using the “Chart Wizard” to add charts to reports. The “Chart Wizard” creates charts that represent data from your queries or tables. There are many chart types available. Charts appear as controls in reports. To add charts in Access to reports, click the
File Explorer in Windows 10: Overview File Explorer in Windows 10 adds a few new features. Note that previous releases of Windows before Windows 8 called File Explorer “Windows Explorer,” instead. It doesn’t matter what you call it, as long as you realize that Windows Explorer and File Explorer are basically the same program.