Excel is not responding

Excel is not responding: What to do when Excel is not working

Excel is not working: As a Microsoft Office user, you’ve no doubt experienced this issue before. Excel freezes and suddenly stops responding for a number of reasons. These can include problematic add-ins or other issues that are not caused by Excel itself, such as printer settings or issues with antivirus software. We’ll show you how you can easily fix this problem yourself.

Google Docs shortcuts

The most important Google Docs shortcuts at a glance

Google Docs is one of the most widely used collaborative tools for word processing. The program offers a number of practical shortcuts that allow you to create and edit documents more efficiently. We’ll show you the most important Google Docs shortcuts and how to view a list of all keyboard shortcuts directly in the Google tool with just a few clicks.

Word is not responding

Word is not responding: What to do when Microsoft Word has stopped working

Word is not responding: For many users, Microsoft Word is the most important program on their computer, making it all the more frustrating when Word freezes. There are many reasons why Word might suddenly stop responding. Add-in problems are a frequent cause. Other times, Word itself is not the source of the problem: Printer settings or antivirus software can also interfere with Word.

Conditional formatting in Excel

Excel: conditional formatting – what is it?

Excel’s conditional formatting is a useful feature to visually distinguish and analyse your data. This type of Excel formatting allows you to emphasise cells according to certain conditions. Conditions are predefined using specified values or formulas. But how does it work? And how is conditional formatting applied in Excel?

Emotional branding

Emotional branding: definition and examples

A brand is not just a name slapped onto a product. It is the heart of your marketing strategy. If used correctly, emotional branding attracts customers not through logical arguments, but rather through emotional experiences and ideals. How good a product or service is depends above all on how customers feel when they think about your brand.

SCOR model

The SCOR model: definition and tasks explained

A supply chain consists of various cross-company process flows. The SCOR model (short for supply chain operations reference) is tasked with analysing and structuring the various process levels within a supply chain. SCOR optimises business processes along the value chain and serves as a reference for the analysis, standardisation, and coordination of process categories.

Creating a PowerPoint macro

PowerPoint macros: How to automate your everyday work with PowerPoint

PowerPoint is many people’s first choice when preparing a presentation and creating slides. PowerPoint macros can make work considerably easier for anyone who uses the Microsoft application regularly. We will tell you what a PowerPoint macro actually is and also show you what you can create yourself using these mini-programs after a little practice.

How to insert comments in Word

Inserting, editing and deleting comments in Word

The built-in comment function in Microsoft Word is a great way of adding helpful information to your own documents or other texts. Any comments you add will be visible to all other users. Whether or not they can be edited or deleted depends on how the document access rights are configured. This guide explains how to insert comments in Word, and also how to edit and delete them.

EXCEL IF AND formula

IF AND in Excel: Everything you need to know

If you want to evaluate your data with regard to multiple criteria, the combination of the Excel functions IF and AND may be of use to you. Based on whether the conditions you defined are met or not, Excel will return a result of your choosing. Keep reading to find out how and when to use Excel’s IF AND formula.

Excel COUNT function

How to use the Excel COUNT function

Analyses and calculations in Excel can be highly complex. Excel’s worksheets let you create huge tables, but sometimes you just want to answer a very simple question: How many cells in the table contain a number? In big worksheets, it can be virtually impossible to check the whole thing manually. The COUNT function in Excel was created specifically to solve this problem.


Wait! We’ve got something for you!
Get your .co.uk domain for just £1/1st year.

Enter the web address of your choice in the search bar to check its availability.
12 months for £1
then £10/year