Updated QuickBooks Online Training Now Available from TeachUcomp, Inc. TeachUcomp, Inc. is pleased to announce an update to our QuickBooks Online training, the “Mastering QuickBooks Online Made Easy” tutorial. Our QuickBooks Online training shows you how to use the QuickBooks Online accounting software program. The QuickBooks Online tutorial is now updated for 2021.
Custom Regions in 3D Maps in Excel: Overview Custom Regions in 3D Maps in Excel: Importing Custom Regions You can import your own custom regions in 3D Maps in Excel, if needed. Custom regions in 3D Maps in Excel are defined geospatial regions saved as either “kml” or “shp” files. You often create these
Send a Status Report for a Task in Outlook: Overview You can easily send a status report for a task in Outlook if you are the “owner” of the task. In this case, it is your responsibility to complete the task. As you make progress on the task you were assigned, you can send
Update an Index in Word: Overview You can update an index in Word after you alter the content in a document that contains an index to refresh its display, versus having to recreate the whole thing. Because an index in Microsoft Word is simply a field code, it can be updated in the same
Offline Maps in Windows 10: Overview To manage your device’s offline maps in Windows 10, open the “Settings” window and click the “System” button in the middle of the screen to display system settings for your device. Then click the “Offline maps” category at the left side of this window to view offline map
The UPDATE Statement in SQL: Overview After you have data within the tables in your database, you will often need to update those records. SQL uses the UPDATE statement to update field data within specified records in a table. The core SQL of the UPDATE statement is shown below. Note that the “table_name” parameter
It had been previously reported that Microsoft planned to finally listen to customers and bring back the Start Menu. Back in April 2014, at the Microsoft Build Conference, the company announced that the traditional Start Menu and Start Button would be returning to Windows 8.1 during its next update. Many desktop users have been irritated with the
Microsoft has been warning users for months now about ending support for Windows XP. April 8, 2014 will be the last day that users can run Windows XP and still have support and security for their system. In order to help users upgrade smoothly, Microsoft plans to release the update to Windows 8.1 sometime around