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Record your screen with PowerPoint

Published 18/06/2018 - 0 Comments

One of the most useful things when hitting a bug or an issue is a screen recording of the actual issue. Screenshots are great, but you can’t beat a recording for quickly explaining an issue. Previously I’ve used things like the great TechSmith Camtasia and Snagit, and in a pinch on a machine where I […]

Fixing Blacked Out Numbers in Word

Published 28/01/2016 - 0 Comments

  Sometimes in word, the numbering seems to get corrupt and end up blacked out. This should be 1.0     Click on the heading, and set the number to none.     Then set the numbering to headings     Once that works, update the Headings template to match the selection, this should fix […]

Set your Office 2016 Update Channel with Registry Key or Group Policy

Published 05/01/2016 - 21 Comments

Update: for a quick way to do this with PowerShell see: http://tomtalks.uk/2017/01/set-officechannel-set-office-click-run-channel-powershell/ ########## As discussed in this post, Understanding Office Click-to-Run, Branches, MSI and Skype for Business Client Versions, Office 2016 Click to Run is released in 5 “Channels” (previously branches) 2 for normal users: Current Channel (previously called Current) (Current) Deferred Channel (previously Current Branch […]

Understanding Office Click-to-Run, Channels and MSI

Published 20/12/2015 - 10 Comments

When you are deploying or supporting Skype for Business, client support and patching is a key, and there are quite a few client types/versions you could come across. Here are the main client variants/versions: Windows Clients Lync 2010 (14.x Office 2010 SP2 –  mainstream support ends October 13, 2015, extended support October 13, 2020) Office […]