You Can Automate Your Microsoft Office in About 60 Minutes

Written by Tenny Ing

Continued from page 1

Writing VBA programs is quite straightforward and can be learned in a short period, providing that there are tutorials that are well organized and illustrated with many pictures. After going through a few tutorials,repparttar learner can explore on himself or herselfrepparttar 139058 other possibilities withrepparttar 139059 programming. Learning programming is not as hard as people think. Rather it can be a fun experience to seerepparttar 139060 programs work.

Besides we need to be good at writing programs, keeping our Windows and Office up-to-date is as important. Please remember to visit Microsoft website to do automatic Windows and Office Update at least once a month, which will assure you haverepparttar 139061 newest fixes and updates.

There are a few free VBA learning tutorials at If you would like to learn beyondrepparttar 139062 free tutorials, you can sponsor us withrepparttar 139063 other low cost tutorials. You can also request a tutorial for your own needs withrepparttar 139064 request entry ofrepparttar 139065 Contact page.

Tenny Ing is a business application programmer for the past 18 years, and has been programming in Microsoft softwares like Visual Basic, Access Sql Server, Crystal Report and other Microsoft products.

What Colour was Your Great-grandmother's Hair?

Written by Shaun Pearce

Continued from page 1

My maternal grandmother had strawberry-blonde hair in her younger days (I've seen colour photos of her when she was young) but when I tried to colour her mother's hair that colour, it just didn't look right. Too light. Auburn? No, that didn't look right either. I asked my mother, but she had no idea. Great-grandma was a white-haired old lady byrepparttar time my mother came along.

The only thing I could do was just to play about withrepparttar 138805 colour sliders until her hair looked "right". That's when I made a profound discovery: my great-grandmother's hair was brown - like mine! It wasrepparttar 138806 only colour that looked natural.

My great-grandmother and I never met, but thanks to Photoshop, I now have a better idea of what she looked like than would have been possible just from a black and white photo.

Shaun Pearce is a writer and video maker. His latest production, "Photoshop Master", is an interactive video tutorial. It shows you how to get the most from Photoshop, and can be downloaded from

    <Back to Page 1 © 2005
Terms of Use