WE ARE SORRY! WE HATE EMAIL TOO…

We made a mistake today when sending out an email invitation to a webinar we are hosting. Unfortunately, as a result of this mistake, we sent this email to users who weren’t supposed to get it; in some cases, they received it multiple times. We wanted to take a minute to apologize for that and… Read More »

FIVE COMMON PITFALLS WHEN UPGRADING ACCESS TO SQL SERVER

Guest blogger Juan Soto, an Access MVP and founder of IT Impact, Inc., shares five tips on upgrading Access to SQL. You can read more about Juan and his experiences and knowledge of Access knowledge in our Q&A with him. TIPS FOR A SMOOTH MIGRATION Access works great with SQL Server but upgrading your data… Read More »

FIVE COMMON PITFALLS WHEN UPGRADING ACCESS TO SQL SERVER

Guest blogger Juan Soto, an Access MVP and founder of IT Impact, Inc., shares five tips on upgrading Access to SQL. You can read more about Juan and his experiences and knowledge of Access knowledge in our Q&A with him. TIPS FOR A SMOOTH MIGRATION Access works great with SQL Server but upgrading your data… Read More »

CIRCULAR REFERENCE? EXCEL’S MOST POPULAR (!#?%) ERROR MESSAGE EXPLAINED

Millions of people using Excel don’t get why they see the “circular reference” error message right after they’ve entered a formula. The message means that your formula is trying to calculate its own cell–kind of like when a dog chases its own tail. Because so many of you search on “circular reference,” we thought we should… Read More »

Q&A WITH ACCESS DEVELOPER JUAN SOTO

Juan Soto founded IT Impact, Inc. (an Access development company) after working at an ice cream factory in Chicago. The factory’s large Enterprise Resource Planning system required that he spend hours manually calculating whether a final batch of ice cream really made the company money. He had to factor the waste for every step of the… Read More »

GO BEYOND THE BASIC CHART TYPE

Lots and lots of you want to brush up on your Excel skills by going beyond creating basic charts. How do we know?  Because so many of you click this page. Today, we’re moving it back to the top of our home page to make it easier for you to find. Excel comes with lots of chart… Read More »

AND THE WINNER IS…

As you may be aware, we recently hosted a contest on our Facebook page. We challenged users to share how they’ve used Yammer to start a conversation that mattered. After all, our users are theheart of what we do at Yammer, and this contest was to celebrate your Yammer successes. As our first Facebook contest, we… Read More »

CONDITIONAL FORMATTING RULES SIMPLIFIED

Thanks to Amit Velingkar for writing this blog post.  (We are re-publishing this post first published in April 2010.  Why? Because so many of you keep searching for it. This is the second in a series of oldies but goodies Excel posts.)  Conditional formatting is a popular feature and is a great way to easily identify… Read More »

MORE PARTNERS JOIN THE YAMMER TEAM

Love the Activity Stream integrations we launched back in November? Well, we’ve got more where that came from! Today we’re pleased to announce another batch of enterprise applications we’re teaming up with to deliver aggregated business activity to Ticker, where coworkers can easily manage and discuss it. In addition to streaming activity stories generated in Yammer… Read More »

BETTER SEARCHING IN OUTLOOK 2010

A common problem with email searches is that they can return too many results. For example, entering someone’s name may return matches where the name appears in parts of the message’s body even though you meant to look for messages from that person. It can be also hard to enter other criteria to help narrow… Read More »