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Office Tips & Tricks: Alt key tips (all Office programs)


If you prefer to use keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse, then this handy tip is for you.
Did you know, if you press the Alt key, letters appear over every item on the ribbon?  Just tap the relevant key to activate that option.

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Exploring Mobile Apps for Learning,Teaching & Assessment – February 2017 event round-up


Today saw the first of our 2017 staff development events on Exploring Mobile Apps for Learning, Teaching & Assessment (previously Appy Hour).

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Safer Internet Day 2017: Are you ready?


Safer Internet Day 2017 will take place on Tuesday 7th February with the theme ‘Be the change: Unite for a better internet’.

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Office Tips & Tricks: Master documents in Word


Do you work with long Word documents containing text pulled from different sub-documents? If so, did you know that in Word you can create a master document to make this process easier?
What is a master document?
A master document is essentiall

Using Yammer to communicate with students

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If you log on to Office 365 and open Yammer, you will see that more and more staff are now using this app – either for cross team collaboration or for exchanging information with students and enabling them to communicate with each other.

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Office Tips & Tricks: Sparklines (mini charts) in Excel


If you like to represent your Excel data visually, you might be interested in using sparklines.
So what is a sparkline?
A sparkline is a mini-chart which is displayed within a single worksheet cell of your choice.

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Office Tips & Tricks: 2016 Round-Up


It’s almost the end of another year full of ups and downs. 2016 will certainly be remembered as a year of major worldwide events.

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Office Tips & Tricks: Create random text


When trying out different layouts in a Word document, or designing webpages, it’s useful to be able to quickly generate some random text, rather than having to type in your own.

String spelling out New

Support for Curriculum Refresh and the NTU Digital Framework

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The launch of the Curriculum Refresh microsite recently was the first opportunity to highlight a new set of resources that CPLD have produced to support the NTU Digital Framework.

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NOW Tips and Tricks: 2014 to 2016 review


As we come to the end of 2016 its a tradition to look back and produce a review of what the previous year had brought.

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