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Office Tips & Tricks: Convert handwritten equations to text in Excel 2016

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If you’ve upgraded to Office 2016 and are lucky enough to have a touchscreen laptop or tablet you can now handwrite equations which are then converted to typed text.

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

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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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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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New Support for the Digital Framework

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The Digital Framework was introduced at NTU last year and we’ve been pulling together a range of resources and support to help colleagues use the Framework, whether as a personal CPD tool, or as a method to analyse skills in teams or support c

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Office Tips & Tricks: Symbols & special characters in Word

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Wondering how to add special characters such as Trademark or mathematical symbols into your Word document?
Microsoft provide a wide range of symbols and special characters that you can use in your Word documents (and other Microsoft programs such as

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NOW Tips and Tricks: Using the Staff Tools Widget to access Photo Sheets and/or to add Online Tutorials

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Following on from a number of recent requests in regard to Photo Sheet access and making Online Tutorials available from within a NOW learning room the following guides have been made available in NOW Central:
Staff Tools Widget + Photo Sheets +

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Office Tips & Tricks: Remove Duplicates in Excel

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A common problem when working with Excel spreadsheets is duplicate data.  If your spreadsheet contains duplicate entries you’ll probably want to clean it up so it doesn’t impact on calculations, tables etc.

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Office Tips & Tricks: Split your screen view

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Ever wished you had a second monitor so you could work on two different documents side by side or view your Outlook emails and calendar at the same time?
For Windows 7 users, you can make the most of a single monitor by using your keyboard to achieve

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Office Tips & Tricks: Vertical text in Word

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Wouldn’t it be useful to sometimes be able to create vertical text when creating a spine label, or when labelling cells in a Word table?
Word does indeed allow you to type text vertically either using a text box or cells in a table.

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Office Tips & Tricks: Excel – copy & paste only visible cells

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Working with Excel spreadsheets containing hidden rows or columns?
Recently we had a query from our colleague, Trevor, who has a spreadsheet with hidden rows and columns and wanted to copy and paste only visible cells onto a new worksheet.

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