Posts tagged "Office"
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.
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.
Making a PowerPoint presentation interesting and engaging is essential for keeping your audience focused.
Using slide numbering can often have the opposite effect, especially if your presentation consists of many slides.
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
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.
What is Alt Text?
Alt Text is short for alternative text. Alt Text can be digitally attached to PowerPoint images to briefly explain what the image is.
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.
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.
Ever wondered how to get your PowerPoint presentation to continuously loop? This function is useful for general announcements, marketing or an ‘infomercial’ display.
Wasting time deleting email messages you don’t want to read? Outlook’s Clutter tool can help you filter out unwanted or low priority messages from your Inbox.