It’s common to use superscript or subscript for mathematical equations and chemical formulas, such as: (a+b)2=a2+2ab+b2 and H2O You can apply superscript or subscript formatting in a variety of ways: Keyboard shortcut, Using the Ribbon, the Font dialog box, or inserting a symbol. Let’s start with the shortcut method. KeyboardContinue Reading

My mother-in-law is in her 80’s. She has been using computers for a long while, but still, modern technology causes her some confusion. Her laptop was somewhat older and would take it’s time starting up. It was running Windows 10 when it was built for Windows 7. It was sluggishContinue Reading

Do you want a second monitor, but you don’t have a lot of desk space? And, wouldn’t it be nice if the monitor was portable just like your laptop – you might be working in the office, the kitchen or even your camper van! I use the AOC I1601C USBContinue Reading

My wife and I often see color differently. I see something as red and she sees purple, among a few other colors. We just don’t see the same colors and I have been curious why this is. Recently I came across this video, “Why The Ancient Greeks Couldn’t See Blue,”Continue Reading

I have been using ZoomIt for about 6 years. It is my go-to zoom and drawing tool. I have tried a few others, but always return to Zoomit. Mainly because of all it can do in one tiny program. Zoomit from Microsoft Sysinternals is a useful screen-zooming and annotating toolContinue Reading

At my previous job as an IT Trainer, there were days when not a lot was going on. I would use this slow time to wander the halls, mainly to remind people that I was there. Software training is one of those things that most people feel they don’t haveContinue Reading