Tips & Tricks

Word defaults to adding a line of extra paragraph spacing automatically when you press return, however if you prefer to enter your own spacing by using the return key as you go along, you can reset the default spacing for all new documents...

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After creating an engaging presentation in PowerPoint, you may wish to print handouts of your slides for your audience to take away. Did you know you can even print handouts with space for your audience to take notes while you present? Here is how it's done...

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When you include pictures within your presentation slides, a quick way to add emphasis is to crop the picture to a shape...

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When bullets and/or automatic numbering have been used within a document, sometimes you will find that an individual bullet or number looks different to the rest in the list - why is that? Here we solve this annoying little problem that can ordinarily be time consuming to fix...

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This is a real time saver if you are using someone else's spreadsheet and you want to see the formula behind the cell content.  Instead of clicking into each cell and viewing the formula in the formula bar, you can use a shortcut key or menu command to show and hide formulas on the worksheet.

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Have you ever sent an email and realised too late that you had made some spelling mistakes? Maybe you usually run the spelling checker but on that occasion you just forgot to click the button? Well, to avoid future embarrassing mistakes, why not set up Outlook to automatically check your emails for spelling errors before sending them...

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When inserting additional columns in a Microsoft Word Table, you may find on occasions the end column disappears off the page. Here's a great tip for quickly resizing the table to fit all columns on the page...

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So, you want to create a row or column of sequential dates, but you don’t want to include weekends.  Do you painstakingly go through the long list deleting the Saturday and Sunday dates?  No, let AutoFill do it for you…

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When printing data in Excel, by default it aligns the data from the top left hand corner of the page.  If you would like to print your data in the centre of the page, here's how to set it up:

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To add impact to your document lists, you may wish to create a custom bullet to display in your company colours, or use a different symbol or use a picture.

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