Category: Office 2013

How MS Outlook Mail Backup, Restore, Compact and PST File Repair, Split can be done in 2013?

Microsoft Outlook is a set of programs used mainly as an email application. It also includes a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing. The current version of 2013 is very aesthetic in appearance and friendly to use. PST files are part of this software which are created to back up the above modules. To maintain problem-free use and for performance, you need to maintain PST files regularly. One needs to take backup of emails, contacts, notes, calendar items from time to time so that the PST file doesn’t become too large and affect efficiency of

Fix Excel 2013 Not Opening or Saving XLSX Documents

Did you ever face the challenge of Microsoft Excel 2013 not opening or saving documents? There can be several errors for this kind of problem. But in this article, we are going to see a fix for a particular kind of issue. The error message would look something like this – Microsoft Excel cannot open or save any more documents because there is not enough available memory or disk space. To make more memory available, close workbooks or programs you no longer need. To free disk space, delete files you no longer need from the disk you are saving to.

[Solved] Fix Office 2013 Installation Error 1603 and Similar Software

I already talked about the significant differences between Office 365 and 2013. The former is more of a subscription based model and has cloud-based support. The latter is more of a traditional upgraded version of spread-sheet software which Microsoft has been earning dollars for years. Read More : Office 2010 SP2 Update –  KB2687455 Failure ( Solution with Details) Installing Office 2013 is just like a piece-of-cake if you have the right system requirements like RAM and CPU power. But sometimes, when you have different software like Adobe Photoshop, GIMP and open source like LibreOffice, certain hiccups may follow during the installation phase.

Microsoft Access Repair and Recovery – A Critical Review using AccessFIX [Tutorial}

Databases form the core of MS Access system which include cells, rows, tables and other miscellaneous elements. But once these databases go corrupt several things can happen – internal and external of Access. The database files generally have extensions ending in  *.accdb,*.mdb, *.adp, *.mda,*.accda,*.mde,*.accde,*.ade  which form the core group of Access. Enterprises use still bigger databases like SQL Server 2012, Oracle, DB2 which are generally used  to store customers credentials and other transaction related details. Read More – Fix Office 2013 Error with Simple Ease – 25004 The evidences of a corrupted database can range from #Deleted appearing in certain

[Discussion] – Solve Problems Related to Office 2013 Installation Error – 25004

Surface RT which was released in 2012, had its hiccups in meeting Microsoft’s expectations, of combining its “well-known” software with hardware. Now with Windows 8.1 (an update version) you can get Office 2013 RT apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook when you upgrade from Windows RT to Windows RT 8.1. Read More : Failure of Office 2010 SP2 update (Fix) Surface RT and Office 2013 RT – Error 25004 So if you are getting an error “25004” and “1073422314” on Surface RT while updating Office 2013 RT, its most likely an installation error. As per this Microsoft forum, the

How to Extend Office 2013 Free Trial to 180 Days?

Office 2013 ( and also Office 365) were released on Jan 29th with much pomp and galore. The Professional version of Office 2013 costs around $400 without discount. But PKCs (Product key cards) which were debuted with Microsoft Office 2010 may get you the same software at $360, 40 dollar less. Read More : Office 2010 SP2 Update – Failure with KB2687455 Error (Solution) Microsoft also offers Office 2013 as a 60 day free trial, for evaluation purposes. But now with a small hack or tweak you can extend this period to 180 days. The trial software can be directly downloaded

Some Office 2013 Annoyances – How To Get Rid Of Them ?

Whenever changes occur in Microsoft Office suite, there is always some rumbling about it. Office 2013 which was released in January, had significant improvements than its older versions of 2010 and 2007. Some Office 2013 changes are however annoying like starting, opening and saving documents in Word 2013, all CAPS look for menus, licensing annoyances etc. Related : Office 2010 SP2 Update – A Typical Solution for Error Code KB2687455 In this article, we are going to see how to soften these pesky challenges and make our Windows life more beautiful. Office 2013 Licensing Annoyances If you are a PC owner like

Free Office 2013 Offer and Qualifying Requirements

We have already seen Windows 8 upgrade for 15 dollars and here comes another best offer from Microsoft. What’s the deal! If you buy Office 2010 for Windows or 2011 for Mac between October 19, 2012, and April 30, 2013, you are entitled for a free office 2013 upgrade. How do you Get It? The procedure is very simple. Once you buy the current version of Office, just send an email to Microsoft to receive a reminder. This will notify Microsoft that you are qualified for the free upgrade to Office 2013 from the current version of Office 2010. Microsoft

SharePoint and Office 2013 Offline and Online Sync using SkyDrive Pro

The new Office 2013 with its myriad of features is making news among the cloud service customers. After all, Microsoft is one big giant company which watches every move of all new technology trends and patiently puts those tweaks in its armory of Office suites. It has done a similar move after watching iCloud and Google Docs when it comes to SharePoint and Office sync capabilities. Read More : KB2687455 Error – Office 2010 SP2 Update (Solution) Your company has installed a new SharePoint environment to collaborate document libraries with other employees and for information gathering of the latest company updates.