What Is the Microsoft Office Upload Center, and Should You Disable It?

The Office Upload Center is part of Microsoft Office. Install Office on your computer, and this tool will appear in your system tray. Sure, you can hide this icon, but should you? What exactly does it do, anyway?

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How to Forget a Wi-Fi Network on Your iPhone or iPad

By default, iOS devices remember the Wi-Fi networks that you’ve joined in the past, and will attempt to automatically reconnect in the future. This feature is pretty handy most of the time, but on occasion can be a nuisance. Fortunately, it’s easy to have iOS forget specific Wi-Fi networks.

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How to Customize the Title Bar Theme in Microsoft Office 2016

Among the new features in Microsoft Office 2016 are some improvements to the user interface. For example, they added a background image to the title bar in each Office program, and an improved dark theme. Customizing the background and theme is easy, and we’ll show you how to do it.

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How to Repeat Specific Rows or Columns on Every Printed Page in Excel

If your worksheet takes up more than one page when printed, you can print row and column headings (also called print titles) on every page so your data is properly labeled, making it easier to view and follow your printed data.

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How to Use OS X’s New Split Windows View

Mac OS X 10.11, El Capitan ushers in a whole slew of new features, chief among them is split-view windows management. Yes, that’s right, OS X finally gives you the ability to split your Windows evenly on your screen, just like Windows.

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