FAQ'S

 

Question:

Is it difficult to learn the newer version of MS Office?

Answer:

Some may find it easier. The main thing to remember is that the  basic functionality of the applications remains the same.  Some views and access to various features have changed.  PC Consultants can help you easily transition from one version of MS Office to another.

Question:

Can you put both landscape and portrait slides in the same  MS PowerPoint presentation.

Answer:

NO!  However, you can "hyperlink" to  another presentation with a different orientation.

Question:

I work in the financial department of a major financial  institution.  Do MS Excel 2013, 2010 & 2007 have more capacity than  older versions?

Answer:

Yes! MS Excel 2003 has 256 columns and 65,536 rows.  Excel 2013, 2010  & 2007 have 16,000 columns and 1,048,536 rows.

Question:

I am an attorney and would like to move away from using printed poster boards. Is there a good alternative?

Answer:

MS PowerPoint presentations are an excellent way to make presentations in trials. They can be updated at the very last minute with  minimal effort.

Question:

Why can't I read "PDF" files?

Answer:

You need to have ADOBE® ACROBAT READER® or another PDF reader software.

Question:

How can I download the latest free version of ADOBE READER?

Answer:

Click on the link. https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/acrobat/pdf-reader.html