Sync Facebook Friends Pictures with Outlook Contacts

Wouldn’t it be great if you can link Facebook friend’s DP (display picture) with Outlook Contacts? OutSync provides you just that with dead-easy interface. It is an open source tool to sync Facebook friends' display picture promptly with matched Outlook contacts. Adding more, it also allows you to filter down the contact list to be synced with Outlook Contacts. Read More

OneNote 2010: Quickly Zoom In/Out the Notebook Section

Just like other note taking applications, OneNote supports multiple View modes that let you easily adjust the content on the screen. If you frequently switch between large and small display monitors, then you may require changing the view modes to get the full preview of the notebook page. Consider a situation where you need to switch between two display monitors with different resolutions; when you switch from high resolution display monitor to smaller one, then you need to adjust the OneNote notebook's view mode to adjust the content containers. OneNote offers two quick zoom levels including 75 % and 100%, along with Zoom Level drop-down menu to manually change the zoom level of the current notebook's page. However, if you don't want to manually set the zoom level via Zoom drop-drop menu, you can use the Ctrl+Mouse Wheel to zoom in/out the page.  Before you change the zoom level using the mouse, just click anywhere on the notebook page, and then move the mouse wheel in an upward direction while holding the Ctrl key on the keyboard to zoom-out the page. Similarly, you can move the mouse wheel in a downward direction while holding Ctrl key to zoom-in the page content. Read More

How To Change OneNote 2010 Backup Time

By default, OneNote 2010 creates back up of all the notebooks after one day. However, you can change the backup schedule to let it create backup after defined amount of time. To  start out, on File menu, click Options. This will bring up OneNote Options dialog. From left sidebar click Save & Backup, and from main window, under Backup section, you can change backup time options. Read More

Make OneNote 2010 Notebook Compatible With OneNote 2007

Since OneNote 2007 notebooks have some compatibility issues in OneNote 2010, that's why it doesn’t encourage editing notebooks created in previous versions, however, if you’re dealing with a huge pile of notebooks created in OneNote 2007, they can be easily converted in OneNote 2010 to prevent you from compatibility issues. Read More

OneNote 2010: How To Merge Two Notebook Containers

Unlike other note taking applications, OneNote 2012 provides content containers, which act just like content place holders, allowing users to quickly separate content written within the notebook. Not only does it help you easily organize notes, it also lets you quickly resize and delete container content without having to manually select the text present inside the container. By default the containers are enabled, and OneNote automatically creates one as soon as you add content to your notebook. However, if you want to disable content containers, you can easily do so from OneNote 2010 Options dialog. If you love using containers to separate the content, OneNote offers you a quick way to merge two selected containers, present within a single note sheet. In this post, we will explain how you can merge two containers together. This will append the content from one container to selected container.  Read More

OneNote 2010: Quickly Create A Link With File

Today, we have a small trick that you can apply to create a hyperlink to any file residing on your local drives/remote locations. You can easily create a link to any file, just write the whole path of a file anywhere in the section. The link must be written in this format;
file://<drive letter>/<path>
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Find Correlation Between Datasets In Excel 2010

Excel 2010 supports a multitude of statistical functions that bring ease for calculating statistical data promptly. Amongst Stats functions, finding a correlation manually between two given datasets can be cumbersome, but with built-in Excel 2010 CORREL function, finding co-relation coefficient is a cinch. The function lets you easily calculate co-relation between any two given data sets or set of values. You need to specify the data range or values, it instantly shows you the co-relation between them. You can quickly apply applied CORREL function over required data sets by just copying the cell containing the CORREL function. All it requires is two simple arguments to be filled in the form of arrays. The Correlation values range from –1.0 to +1.0, implying +1.0 as best co-relation between datasets and converse is the case with –1.0. Read More

How To Change OneNote 2010 Notebook Section Color

Looking for a way to change the default color assigned to your notebook section? OneNote 2010 automatically applies a random color to your notebook section as well as its pages, sub pages and 3rd level sub pages. Whenever you click the new tab on the tab bar present in the main window, it creates a new notebook section and enables you to tweak the default settings including paper size, rule lines, gridlines etc., of the notebook page from the View tab on the ribbon. Although OneNote 2010 provides you with an option to change the default notebook page color in order to visually differentiate between multiple notebook pages, it doesn't offer a direct way to change the default color while creating a new section. Using the tab right-click context menu, you can quickly change the section color; just click the required notebook section's tab, and from Section Color menu, select the color you wish to apply to your notebook section. Read More

OneNote 2010: Create Hyperlink To Mail Address In Notebook Section

OneNote 2010 is just like any other word processing application that supports direct mailto links. It is helpful because users don't have to hyperlink the mail address manually. Hyperlinking to any email address is a quick way to email. If you want to create an important note or reminder and also want to start emailing in just one click, then you can use mailto: function. Read More