Tips & Tricks

When you are presenting information on a slide, you may wish to highlight an area of importance or draw everyone’s attention to data on the slide.  This can be achieved by zooming into a specific area of the slide using PowerPoint Presenter View.

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You have copied text to the clipboard which you need to email to a colleague. Instead of creating a new email in Outlook, and then copying and pasting the text in, try this shortcut......

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You have hundreds if not thousands of data entries in an Excel spreadsheet column, but how can you create a separate list showing only the unique entries and not all the duplicates?

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When you select a word, group of words or a paragraph in Word it highlights horizontally across the page. However, you may wish to select and edit text in a vertical list, here’s how to do it……

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During a slide show presentation, you can use shortcut keys on the keyboard, a mouse, or a remote clicker.

Here are some keyboard shortcuts you may find useful when delivering PowerPoint presentations.

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Let's say that you have four separate Excel workbooks, or 2 or more worksheets in the same workbook that you wish to view at the same time.

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You have opened an email in Outlook and you read the contents and realise you need to arrange a meeting with the sender, along with anyone else that’s copied in.  So, you create a new meeting request, invite all of those involved and type a long email all about the other long email you were just reading, spending precious minutes of your time doing so, right?  Well, Outlook can do the hard work for you with just a couple of clicks. 

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By default, all pages in Word are in portrait layout however, on occasions you may also want a landscape page in your document.

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If you wish to change the way the date looks in an Excel spreadsheet, you can change the format with a few simple steps.

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You can add audio files to a PowerPoint slide from your computer, a network drive, or the Internet. You can also record your own audio to add to a presentation.

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