Articles By Rob Griffiths

3 amazing Excel 2011 tricks

Microsoft Excel 2011 is packed with new features, but three areas in particular are worth taking some time to learn.1. Themes and Cell Styles spruce up your spreadsheetsBetter-looking spreadsheets mean a better chance

Published on: January 4th, 2011 Rob Griffiths

Print like a pro from Microsoft Excel

Printing from Microsoft Excel may seem like an obvious operation, with no need of further explanation-just press Command-P, Return, and head to the printer to pick up your document.The reality, though, is that

Published on: November 15th, 2010 Rob Griffiths

Apple iPad — 5 setbacks and two show stoppers

Many Apple followers are proclaiming the iPad to be the gadget of the future. I agree, except for one thing...The iPad's design is elegant, the size seems about right for a device designed

Published on: January 29th, 2010 Rob Griffiths

Mac OS X 10.5.5, a solid mid-product life release

Monday's release of OS X 10.5.5 brought a slew of updates--136MB worth in the Software Update version on my Mac--most of which were described in Apple's nicely-detailed release notes. I've now updated all

Published on: September 18th, 2008 Rob Griffiths

Fabulous iPhone apps for work and play

If Apple meets its self-imposed deadline, we can expect the release of an iPhone Software Development Kit by week's end.The release of that SDK is probably one of the most anticipated iPhone-related events

Published on: February 27th, 2008 Rob Griffiths

Microsoft Excel 2008 – may leave you feeling underwhelmed

It's been more than three years since the last update to Excel, the leading Mac spreadsheet. Despite the long wait for a new version, when you launch Excel 2008, you'll see what appears

Published on: January 22nd, 2008 Rob Griffiths