What does file tab mean?
what you mean with download file? If you mean to insert file into existing document you can do it from Insert tab - pres Object and choose Object or Text from file. Option Object allows you to insert object from another application and text from file allows you to insert .doc, .docx, .rtf, .html files into document at point where you placed insertion point in your document.
Assuming you mean protecting a file with a password... Open the file, then select File then Properties - in the new window that opens, select the Security tab, and click Protect. Enter the same password in both boxes, and click OK. When you next open the file, you will be prompted for the password. I have used the password function on a number of files and find it a great security measure.
Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer? Also Version? __________________________________________________________________ Its different depending on the browser your using but here are some: Internet Explorer: File menu -> New Tab; Ctrl+T Mozilla Firefox: File menu -> New Tab; Ctrl+T Google Chrome: Menu (Wrench Picture, Top right corner) -> New Tab; Ctrl+T
No all computers are not set to display the file extension you need to activate it by folder and search option. Path Windows 7: open my computer - then on the left side you will find the organize tab - you will find the folder and search option - goto the view tab - then you can enable the file extension to be shown by UN checking the file extension option.
In Explorer, go to Tools|Folder Options Click the View tab at the top Click Show Hidden Files and Folder Navigate to the hidden file Right-click on the file and select properties Unclick hide this file Press OK In Explorer, goto Tools|Folder Options Click the View tab at the top Click Do Not Show Hidden Files and Folder
Yes one can migrate from outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010. To do this firstly take the backup of .pst file of Outlook 2003. Now install the Outlook 2010 and move the backup .pst file into Outlook 2010. To do this following steps should be followed : 1.Start Outlook 2010. Click File tab and then Info tab on menu. 2.In Accounts settings tab, click Accounts settings again. 3.Now click Data Files tab → Add. Select Outlook…