Tips & Tricks

If you need to add up a column or row of numbers in a Table, Word has a command that can automatically calculate the total for you...

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In the L&D industry today it is not presumptuous to assume that we are primarily concerned with helping employees to learn and to ensure that as such we are making an impact on organisational performance...

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Excel has some really handy shortcuts for selecting ranges of data on your worksheet. Find out how to select the active region of cells and much more…

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Did you know that PowerPoint has a really simple tool to help you build and format professional-looking photo albums?  If not, this is for you… 

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Outlook has a little-known but really useful view called ‘Outlook Today’. This provides you with an instant snapshot summary of your recent messages, calendar appointments and tasks…

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Excel has a really useful shortcut that can automatically identify & select cells containing formulas in worksheets. This is particularly useful when working on others’ data, but also helpful when you suspect a formula may have gone missing…

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Every year throughout the month of April, health promotion experts across the country join forces to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic...

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Did you know that you can use Word as an e-Reader? Reading Mode will automatically scale the contents of each page to fit your device’s screen. Other options allow you to change the page colour and mark up the text...

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It’s not uncommon for the team at TrainingU to receive emails and calls along the lines of “we need time management training for some of our staff” or “we need customer service training for our staff to be more professional”...

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When you are presenting a PowerPoint slideshow, did you know that you can have popup text appear as you hover your mouse over an object or text on the screen?  ‘Rollover text’ is great if you feel that the object or text requires an additional ‘optional’ explanation…

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