Here is part 2 in my series about the Microsoft Excel Addition Bug. I demonstrate 2 ways of working around the problem.
Would you believe Microsoft Excel cannot add up these 3 simple numbers without getting an error. Try it yourself, but not before you watch this video.
Creating the Microsoft Excel Bug video was incredibly fun but also highly challenging. There was the whole learning curve of technically creating a video, the performance, and the editing. The birth of an idea Originally the concept was created by a post I wrote about the Microsoft Excel addition bug. It received a lot of…
The computer training industry has a little secret that no-one wants you to know. Group trainers know it. Courseware developers know it. Industry experts know it, but they want to keep it a secret from you. Why?
It might surprise some to learn that Microsoft Excel is not infallible. Rather it has an annoying bug that has been in every version since inception. In some circumstances, it is incapable of adding 3 numbers together. Don’t believe me?
Our new installer only requires a single file to be downloaded, which can then be run straight away to install any of our applications. Like the old installer, it can still install the programs with standard user permissions. An administrator account is not required to run or install our programs. Due to most computer…
In theory, Dropbox and OneDrive are awesome. Up to 2 GB of free space to store your data in the cloud. Access your files wherever you may be … as long as you are connected to the internet. I am usually slow to the party when it comes to trying the very latest technology. I…
When you get a new application or a customised one, you probably have a number of expectations. In some ways, the application may exceed the functionality that you desired. In other ways, you might find that your workflow processes take longer while you get used to doing things using different software.
Staying up to date with the latest software can be an expensive hobby but there are ways to stay current without paying a cent and it doesn’t involve using illegally copied software.
The first step in making user friendly software is to make it easy to install.