Want to change your Zoom name, but you don’t know how? If you take part in lots of different video conferences, you might like to use a different name for each one. For video chats with friends or relatives, a nickname or first name is sufficient. For official meetings, however, using your full name looks more professional. We’ll show you how to change your name on Zoom.
When there’s no sound on Zoom, the first thing you do - especially in professional situations - is panic. But you don’t have to despair. Audio problems can be quickly fixed on desktops, smartphones, and tablets. Follow our step-by-step guide to make yourself heard again in the popular video chat.
Microsoft Word makes it easy to create smart text documents with its diverse template styles. This includes pre-formatted table of contents templates. With our illustrated, step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to find the templates and how to customize the design.
The default settings for Microsoft Word line spacing are not always enough. Fortunately, the software offers several options for customizing your documents. Unfortunately, these options are often hard to find. For example, if you want to change the line spacing in Word, you might have to search for this. We’ll help you find this feature so you can learn how to double-space in Word and more.
Anyone writing a paper for college or school will need to use citations—and they shouldn’t forget the bibliography either. In principle, creating a bibliography in Microsoft Word is not too difficult. If you make a database with all your references, you’ll only need a few clicks to generate references and a bibliography.
The ‘insert page numbers’ function in Microsoft Word makes it easy to number the pages of your text documents. By adding page numbers, documents are more accessible and easier to reference. In the following, we’ll explain the different page numbering options, how to insert page numbers in Word and how to start page numbering later in a document.
How do you show hidden files and folders on your Mac? And why are folders and files hidden at all? In this how-to article, we’ll answer these questions and offer additional practical tips. For example, we’ll explain how to use Terminal commands to show files on a Mac and how to access hidden files using a file manager.
Protect sensitive or private data from prying eyes by finding out how to lock folders on your Mac. Simply put, you just have to collect all your important files into a single folder, create an image file, and protect the folder with a password. To learn exactly how to password protect a folder on your Mac, however, see the step-by-step instructions below.
Recording the screen of your MacBook or iMac is a useful way to help explain things to friends, colleagues, or support staff. As of macOS Mojave, Apple has included its own alternative to the popular QuickTime player, so that you can record your screen quickly and easily. We’ll explain how to record your Mac screen using either one of these tools.
Want to see all participants on Zoom because multiple users are in a video conference? With the Zoom gallery view, you can quickly get an overview and see all participants even in large Zoom meetings. More precisely, up to 49 participants at once. Learn how it works and the differences between the desktop and mobile app here.