There many different types of software that can be used to make an HTML email newsletter with clickable images, but what if you just want to add it to a regular email message? It seems like inserting the picture and then clicking “insert link” should work, but it doesn’t. As it turns out, both Gmail and Outlook have this functionality, but there is a trick to making it work, especially on the Gmail platform.
For instructions on how to add clickable images to your emails, check out this Tech-Talk article. If you are prompted to login, enter eglibrary as the username and password.
If you ever tried to put a lot of text in a small cell in Microsoft Excel, you know that only enough text to fill the cell in its current size will show. If you want to show it all, you can select the cell(s) and select “Wrap Text” in the home tab of the toolbar.
This will make the cell tall enough in its current width to show all of the text. If that makes the cell too tall, you can make the cell wider by hovering over its right-side border until the cursor changes into a handle. Then click and drag to widen the cell. Use the same hover/handle method on the row to make the cell shorter.
What if you wanted to make Excel wrap all text by default? For the answer to that, check out this short Tech-Talk article. If you are prompted to login, the username and password are both eglibrary.
Have you been using Windows 10 for a while now, but haven’t taken the time to figure out all of the details about how to use it efficiently? Never fear! Tech-Talk.com recently hosted a webinar titled, “Windows 10: Customizing to Increase Your Productivity.” In just an hour, you can catch up on several key concepts that can help save you time and minimize frustration.
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In today’s world, bad actors are constantly trying to hack all of our accounts, and Facebook is no exception. In case you missed it, check Tech-Talk.com’s article suggesting ways to keep your account secure.
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Cord-Cutting 101 has been a very popular class with our users, whether presented in-person or online. If you would like to learn more, you can find all of the resources cited during the class on our website, including the slideshow.
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