Sunday, January 19, 2020

How to track changes in MS Word 2019

January 19, 2020

Track Changes In Microsoft Office Word 2019
How to track changes in MS Word 2019
Track Changes In MS Word

In this topic you are going to learn how to track changes in Word.
I am going to show you how to turn on the “track changes” function and what kind of changes you can make. To turn on the  “track changes” we to go the “Review” tab and click on “Track Changes”.
In the dropdown menu to right we also need to select “All Markup” to really make all changes visible. Now let’s see what we can do with that.
We can insert characters or whole words. And when we insert them, they will be colored and underlined in red.
We can also delete characters and as you can se this will cause a redline on the characters. But also a change in formatting can be tracked in Word. For example, when we make a Word bold, then new formatting will be shown as a comment. 
We can also add real comments to our document by marking the text that should be commented, and then clicking on “New Comment”.
When we are done with our changes we click on the button “Track Changes” again and if you want to make the changes invisible but still keep them, then simply select “Original” in the dropdown menu.
So, now you know how to track changes in Word. Before you go: please support this techlinics.com by hitting the subscribe email maybe also sharing your feedback
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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Modifying Styles and Using in Microsoft Office Word 2019

January 18, 2020

HOW MODIFYING STYLES AND USING IN MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD

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Microsoft office Word 2019
Hi everyone, this is Techlinics from Knack Training, bringing you Everyday Office understanding the use of styles in Microsoft Word.
As you can see here, I have a Word document with a couple of what would probably be headings at the tops of each of these pages here.
Most people, when faced with the idea of reformatting this content, would probably highlight things like the introduction or all of these paragraphs here and then use the Font group up at the top of the screen in order to change the font of these paragraphs or of the headings up at the top, things like that.
I'm going to recommend that instead of using the Font group at the top left-hand side of the Home ribbon, instead, use the Styles group over here on the right-hand side.
Notice here that no matter what text I have selected, it says that this is the normal text for this document.
In fact, when I right-click on Normal and I choose Modify, I see in here that this is deciding that normal means that we use Caliber font, we use 11-point text, we use left alignment, etc.
In fact, if you wanted to see how the spacing between the paragraphs work, you can even go down here to the Format button on the bottom left-hand corner, go over here to Paragraph, and as you can see right in here, the spacing after the paragraph is currently set to eight points.
That's how I can see that little extra gap between each of the paragraphs right here.
When I go up here to Introduction, for example, and I can apply here Heading 1 to Introduction.

I can go to Segment 1 and apply Heading 1, and I can go to Segment 2 and apply Heading 1, and Segment 3 and apply Heading 1, and the conclusion and apply Heading 1. You can see there, of course, each of them looks the same.

  1. It's got the same font, the same color, etc.
  2. But a lot of times, people look at this and they say I don't like the way that looks.
  3. But if you noticed what I just did a second ago; I'm going to right-click on Heading 1 this time, choose Modify, and let's say that instead of Caliber Light, you prefer Times New Roman.
  4. Let's say that instead of 16-point font, you prefer 18-point font.
  5. Let's say that you prefer it to be bold-ed and you don't want color in there, you're just going to go straight black with it.
  6. Then when we click OK, you'll notice that Introduction, Segment 1, Segment 2, Segment 3, and the conclusion all look exactly the same, and I didn't have to go through my (mumbles) to make those modifications because I applied Heading 1 to all those different areas by right-clicking on the heading, going to Modify, and then changing from one thing to another.
  7. Let's say I go to Lobster, for example, and I hit OK. You can see that all of my headings are now this Lobster font.
  8. In the same way, let's say you have a co-worker who loves to make all the body text into Times New Roman or Arial or something like that.
  9. You can always right-click on the Normal font here, go to Modify, and again, on the drop-down menu here, let's say Arial is going to be the font on most of the text in my document.
  10. When I click OK, you can see that all the text that's in my document that's not a Heading 1 all updates to look like Arial. Now we'll go one step further than this.
  11. Any time that you modify a style by right-clicking on that style and choosing Modify, in the bottom left-hand corner, you'll notice that the current changes are being applied to this document only.
  12. If you want your Microsoft Word consistently create documents that look the same, you can go to New documents based on this template here and then click OK.
  13. Now what happens here is that I have changed Normal away from the Caliber font over to Arial font. When I go to File, New, and I open up a new blank document, you'll notice here that this text is all in Arial font.
  14. That's because I right-clicked on Normal, went to Modify, and after I set it to Arial, I chose the option that said new documents based on this template should all be Arial.
  15. In the opposite direction here, if I go back to Caliber as my standard body text and I choose new documents based on this template should all use Caliber instead and click OK, of course this changes from Arial to Caliber.
  16. But in addition, when I go to File, New, make a new blank document, this is Caliber.
  17. That's important because now you're guaranteed that every time you open Microsoft Word, every time you create a new document, you're consistently using the same fonts across the board.
  18. One last reason why using styles can be so helpful; as you can see here with Introduction, Segment 1, Segment 2, Segment 3, and Conclusion, I have multiple different areas in my document that are on different pages.
  19. What if I needed a table of contents? Most people unfortunately find themselves creating a table of contents by hand by actually typing this out.
  20. But by creating a series of headings in my document, when I go to the References tab at the top of the screen in Microsoft Word and I choose the Table of Contents drop-down menu, notice in here this thing called Automatic Table 1.

It already says Heading 1, Heading 2, and Heading 3 in it. So when I choose this, it just goes ahead and inserts the introduction, segment 1, segment 2, segment 3, and the conclusion, and it's on pages one, two, three, four, and five.

In fact, when I go to my introduction here and I put in a page frame pushing the introduction onto page number two instead of page number one, I can go to this table of contents here on the left, click the Update Table button at the top of the screen and click OK, and you can see here that the introduction is now on page two instead of page one, and Segment 1 is now on page three, etc.
Using styles and modifying those styles by right-clicking on them and choosing Modify allows you to create a systematic structure within your documents, allows you to create automatic tables of contents from that, and also allows you to apply that same formatting to every document you make from here on out in Microsoft Word.
Do you have a preferred style that you add in? Is there something here that you'd like to go ahead and tweak? Go ahead and ask those questions down in the comments below.
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Sunday, January 12, 2020

How to use superscript in Microsoft office 2019

January 12, 2020

How To Use Superscript In Microsoft Office
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How to use Superscript in MS Office 2019

In this topic you are going to learn how to superscript in Word.
I am going to show you 2 possibilities to superscript in Word and you are also going to learn the shortcut for these possibilities.

Let’s start with the first one.

  • First method of Microsoft Office 2019 Supercript

The basic method for doing a superscript in
Word is to use the superscript button in the “Home” tab.
You can either click it or press the shortcut “CTRL + +” on your keyboard.
When the button is activated you can start typing your superscript and when you are finished, just click on the superscript button or use the shortcut again.

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  • Second method of Microsoft Office 2019 Superscript

The second method for doing a superscript is usually used when you are writing mathematical formulas. For that go the “Insert” tab and in the “Symbols” section click on “Equation”. Alternatively to are you can also use the shortcut “ALT + =”. To now insert a superscript in the equation, click on “Script” and choose the first option. You can then click into the fields that are shown here and type a basis and also an exponent. So, that’s it, BUT before you go: please support this website by hitting the follow buttion, liking the site and maybe also sharing your feedback in the comments.
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Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Ahref Free Backlink Checker Tools | Techlinics SEO

January 07, 2020

AHREF BACKLINKS CHECKER 

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AHREF BACKLINKS CHECKER 

hey everybody it's techlinics and in this topic I'm gonna know you how you can disavow domains and URLs using arefs backlink chacker.
So if you have a bunch of spammy backlinks maybe one of your competitors is building you know spammy backlinks to your website or maybe you are getting a bunch of spam backlinks that you don't want to be linked to your website.
You can actually disavow those URLs and tell Google that those should not be linking to your website (arefs backlink chacker) and that you did not build those backlinks.

How to use arefs backlink checker

So in this topic today I'm going to show you how you can do that using arefs backlink checker a rest com.


So first we need to look for and find all of the backlinks that we do not want pointing to our website, 
So you're gonna log into your a reps account and go to the website that you want to look for the backlinks for and then click backlinks.

Finding a spammy backlinks

You can see here we already have some that are disavowed to this domain but we are going to look through and find any backlinks that we did not build ourselves or that look spammy so this is a good one okay.
So here is one right here that is an example of a spammy backlinks so it's pointing to this forum slash Index this must have been the person who previously had the site had a forum on it but in general these links that we've seen to this forum are really bad spamming backlinks you can see it's Demian JP cgi-bin whatever.
It is doesn't look like a high quality link so we're going to select it and then now we can go all the way up to the top and you can either choose disavowal URLs or disavow domain.

URL Ahref Backlinking blogger and WordPress

So if it's on a you know main domain like wordpress.com or something like that where you won't necessarily want to block the whole domain you would just do disavowed you RL and that would just say tell google that you do not want this backlink pointing to your site now if it's a spammy domain like this one that we've just checked we don't really want any backlinks from this entire domain, because it's probably spam if you want to check it out you can go to the URL but it's probably spam so I'm not even going to risk it.

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Automatically link blocked tool in Ahref

So I'm going to just do disavowed domaine for this one and any links that come to our website from that domain will be blocked and it will just automatically disavowed us links.
So let's go through and see if we can find some more so here are some more and this is a good example here so we have these backlinks from this dot blogspot domain and it is pointing to this forum again and something about women's intimacy enhancer.
Which we definitely don't want pointing to our site because it's a the site ninja reports is a software site so this definitely is not a backlink that we want pointing so we're going to choose these.
Now for this one we're not gonna do disavow domain because then it will block any links coming from blogs blogspot and we have some good links that are coming from blogspot.
Domains so all we want to do is disavow these URLs and that will just block this whole URL and it will block that backlink from pointing to our site.
Now do disavow URLs and now those are in the disavow list.
So here are some some more down here so we're gonna add these and here are some more from blogspot so we're just going to disavow.
You are l's on those and also another way to easily find the backlinks that you haven't disavowed yet is at the top here you can select to hide disavow links and this will hide all of those links that you've selected to disavow so you kind of can filter out you know all those bad ones so you can more easily see you know all the links that you do want so for this we're just going to keep it off but so we have found all of the links that we don't want pointing to our site and we have added them to our disavow list so now we're going to export that disavow list and we are going to send.

Google disavow tool in Ahref

It to Google so Google knows all of the URLs that we want to block from linking to our site so now you're gonna go to your home dashboard and you're gonna find your site and then click disavow links and now that will take you to a page that lists all of those disavow links that you added.

Google search console tool

So now we have to export this so click export and save as txt for upload upload to Google disavow tool  and then click OK well now download that disavow links list so now you'll have to submit this list to Google so now you are going to go to your Google search console.
If you haven't created a Google search console I have a video that I will link to below this video that shows you how to create a Google search console account and how to set it up etc.

Google Webmaster Tools disavow link tool

So once you have that set up you're going to find your site you're gonna go to the Google Webmaster Tools disavow link tool in the search console and you're going to find your site so ninja Reports calm and then click disavow links and now it will ask you to upload your file so now you're gonna choose file and you're going to and select the file now click Submit and that will update the existing file so if you have already had a file on there it'll override that which is fine and now we have successfully submitted our disavow list.

Increase Traffic And Ranking 

So now we have told Google that we don't want those links pointing to our site now once you do this you will see a big increase in traffic and in rankings because those bad links to your website will hinder your  will SEO.
It make you rank worse so make sure you disavow those and once you do that you'll see a great increase if you have any spam backlinks to your website so that is how you disavow links using a refs I hope this topic helped you be sure to follow my techlinics channel I'm always posting great content on how to start and grow businesses online.


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Wednesday, January 1, 2020

How to Evaluate a Backlink: Poor Links vs Quality Links | SEO

January 01, 2020

How to Evaluate a Backlink: Poor Links vs Quality Links 

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Backlink Building

As you already know, search engines assign a different weight to each backlink.

These values determine the trust that your website could benefit from, in terms of positioning. Here are some features that help determine the value of a link: Popularity: having links from many other websites is a positive sign for search engines. Thematic popularity: this refers only to links coming from websites or webpages that deal with similar topics. For example, a bag website will have weightful links from clothing e-commerce websites, but not from a newspaper's website, for example.
Anchor text: the visible text of the link may contain one or more thematic keywords.
Although in the past it has been an abused technique, obtaining backlinks with relevant anchor-text is still very important today. After the Penguin Update, it is recommended to also have backlinks with "click here", "visit the site", "brand-name" in order to have an even more natural profile.

Link neighborhood: if a website has links toward spam websites and then inserts a link to your website, it will not have a particularly positive impact. Social signals: shares on social networks do not have a strong weight like thematic blog links, but they are taken into consideration by the search engines. Position: a clearly visible link at the top of the page will have a higher impact than a link in the footer. Link velocity: if your new website gets 100 daily backlinks for a week, and then nothing for 6 months, there's something wrong. You should try to constantly insert links, over time.

Link diversity: having backlinks only from forums or just from blogs is not very natural. You should try to diversify and focus on various typologies, such as directories, newspapers and social networks. When I talk with my students, I notice that they often do like Rocky. I'm not actually talking about Stallone's movie, but about my dog, Rocky. I have a 3 year old border collie which, in nature, should work 24 hours a day to gather sheeps. Actually he assists me in SEO activities, he supports me in my work, perhaps more than necessary, and in my spare time I reward him with some outdoor workout. By nature, Rocky tends to run, be active and play constantly because he's a dog! SEO is the opposite. It takes time, patience and we must not push more than necessary, because otherwise the risk of penalization is just around the corner.

Now, in order to evaluate a backlink or a link building strategy, it is enough to just consider ALL the points mentioned above holistically because, if treated separately, they can be misleading and even incorrect. For example, having a large link popularity, but from spam sites (with bad link neighborhood) would actually be counterproductive. Now, I would like to address the delicate subject of metrics or the numerical values that indicate a link's "strength", such as the Trust Flow (TF), Citation Flow (CF), Domain Authority (DA), and many others. Surely they can help speed up the work, but be careful! The crawler of these companies, although powerful, will never match Google's power.

I often find websites with Domain Authority (DA) equal to 4/100 simply because the bot had not yet scanned the websites containing important backlinks. In this situation, the DA value is very misleading. By considering it, we would risk making the wrong choices. In other situations, they are, instead, useful. For example, finding a blog with CitationFlow equal to 42/100, but TrustFlow, only 7/100, it means that there has obviously been an excessive boost and the risk of having spam links is very high. We remind you that because of the robots.txt file we can also block these companies' crawlers' access, by supplying false and incomplete data, in such a way that we can be underestimated by competitors, who try to study our metrics. In my opinion, the best solution is to consider various metrics in order to draw a personal conclusion based on experience, because, as we have seen, basing decisions exclusively on these numbers can be misleading.

We're now stepping into the hot topic of natural links, but let me explain what natural links really are, because, reading the various blogs, it looks to be a philosophy of life instead of just a concept. A link is said to be natural when it is obtained without direct intervention through the various link building practices performed by the SEO professionals. Basically, it is obtained in a natural or automatic way and this is the reason why these links are the most difficult to obtain (and remove). Precisely because they are not under our control, these links could even be harmful to us. Generally, natural links are recognizable because they do not appear on sponsored or paid pages, and they have no tracking parameters (for example, utm). "In theory", these are the only links taken into consideration by Google within its algorithm and they weight a lot in determining the ranking position of each website.

From my experience, I fully agree that getting these links is the most effective way to push a website to the top of the search results, but unfortunately it's not always possible! I don't love rhetorical speeches, so I would like to explain the concept for you with some practical examples.

How many urban construction blogs exist, at this moment, in Italy?
I didn't do any research, but, probably about a five, I guess. How likely is it that one of these websites notices your article on roof damages after a storm?

Probably none. You will be more likely to receive a link from a local newspaper than from them. On the contrary, if you deal with Social Media Marketing strategies, you should know that there are hundreds of blogs on the subject in Italy. It will not be too difficult to get noticed and to get a link, if your article is really useful. What I'm trying to say is that, in many niche markets (especially in Italy), there aren't enough websites or enough bloggers that could notice your article and decide to insert a link onto their webpage. For this reason, in some cases, attracting natural links is certainly possible, in others it can happen by chance, but in others it is extremely difficult and therefore you should be realistic and not even hope for it. After this brief introduction, I would like to remind you that natural links are not necessarily good. In fact, in many cases, they come from real spam sites, which can damage your website. In these situations, you can notice it through a manual analysis of your backlinks profile.

The full list of backlinks can be found directly within your Google Search Console account. At this point, you should kindly contact the webmaster of these websites in order to request the removal of the link, but, if it they don't do so, you won't be able to do anything about it, except for the extreme ratio (in the most serious cases) of using the famous Disavow Tool for telling Google not to consider specific backlinks, but we'll discuss that in a specific chapter. To conclude this chapter I would like to define outreach as the activity of getting in touch with another webmaster or manager of the target website in order to get backlinks. In addition to guest blogging, I also used the outreach in order to get interesting backlinks,

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Sunday, December 15, 2019

Android Q Features: Gesture navigation and Sticky notes

December 15, 2019

Google explains and defends Android Q gesture navigation

Gesture navigation is available starting with Android Q on most major devices.
With Android Q, swiping from the bottom of the screen will take the user to home screen, and swiping from right or left edges takes the user back. In some cases, gesture navigation would possibly conflict together with your app's use of gestures.

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Android Q

 Andoid Q For example, 

If you're building a game or a video player, some gestures might accidentally be recognized as navigation swipes causing the user to leave the app. Immersive mode helps to avoid this behavior. In immersive mode, the system bars are hidden, and your app displays its content on the full screen. Note how the system bars, which refer to the navigation bar and status bar, are hidden in the animation. 
While the system bars are hidden, the home and back swipe gestures are not recognized as navigation gestures. This is particularly useful for games in Android q.
 If the user wants to navigate while in immersive mode, they must swipe two times-- once to make the system bars appear, then again to navigate while the bars are visible. There are two immersive modes-- sticky and non-sticky

sticky and non-sticky

Let's talk about non-sticky immersive mode first. In non-sticky immersive mode, after the user swipes the first time and the system bars appear, they can swipe a second time from the bottom or either side to perform a navigation gesture.
Once the bars are visible, they will stay on screen until your app hides them again. When the bars are visible, swipes are registered as their corresponding navigation gestures.
In non-sticky immersive mode, you can disable the back gesture up to 200 dps from either side of the screen while the bars are visible.

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sticky and non-sticky

This won't restrict the user from both swiping in the system bars and performing a navigation gesture in the disabled area.
 Next, let's see what's different in sticky immersive mode. In sticky immersive mode, the system bars only appear for a short amount of time Android q
While they're visible following the first swipe, the user can use the navigation gestures. After a few seconds, the bars disappear and navigation gestures are no longer recognized.
In sticky mode, apps have the option to opt out a specific area or opt the entire-age from the back navigation gesture. This will prevent the system bars from appearing on the left and right sides while they're hidden. This comes at the cost of not being able to go back in your app, which an average user does many times every day.
So opting out should be done extremely sparingly. To summarize, you can use immersive mode if your app needs to hide navigation and status bars.
 If the apps primary UI use case requires swipes in or near the gesture area, such as for games and drawing apps, use sticky immersive mode.

If your android Q app's use case is more about clicking in or near the gesture zones, use non-sticky immersive mode. Make sure to take a look at the summary of immersive mode behavior and use the right immersive mode to offer the best user experience if your app uses immersive mode. 


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