Beyond Find Many people have used Find for years in Microsoft Word without ever clicking on the More>> button. Here are all the things you can look for specifically: Your search words in the case you type them in, so This, THIS, or this. Words that sound like other words (searching for cash, will also […]
by Melissa P. Esquibel, Microsoft Certified Trainer Did you ever feel like you needed more help after getting help in Microsoft Office? There are tips and tricks to getting the right help fast, and get you back to work. The #1 best tip for getting help in Microsoft Office is to know what things are […]
Rachelle asks: “I would like to set up excel spread sheet to track my hours for work but can’t figure out how to set it up, can someone please help!” There are several great templates on Office Online which you can access with File (or Office Button) New and looking for templates on Office Online. […]
I had an interesting question this week from someone in my network. Their IT decision makers have chosen to host their email and calendars in Gmail. My contact and her colleagues would all prefer to keep using Outlook 2010. She wanted to know how that was possible. Well, it is possible using IMAP to connect […]
Office 365 is the robust cloud computing offering by Microsoft. Very quickly and inexpensively, an organization can enable the power of Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010 and Lync 2010. For as little as $6 per user per month you can put the power of high-end collaboration software to work for your organization. Either as a long […]
Q. During a presentation (from my laptop), how do I keep the notes section visible to me but not the audience?
Q. How can I find an email again without searching all of Outlook? I don’t always remember where I foldered it.
If you’ve never created a Macro before, this one will be an easy starting place. A macro can be a simple recording of keystrokes that can be played back over and over again. The purpose of this macro is to set the column widths and row heights to the right size to accommodate the data […]
Are your PowerPoint presentations essentially a script, chock full of every single detail you intend to present? Or, at the other end of the spectrum, is your “deck” just a set of discussion prompts meant to guide the session, not inform it? Before creating a PowerPoint presentation you need to make two decisions:
Q. I want to set up some monthly dashboard reports where I have a template of multiple graphs and tables on one page. Can this be done with Pivot Tables?