Wow, we are in the middle of May already! I don’t know about you, but the days seem to meld into each other of late. And those days seem much longer to me as well. Strange and trying times we are living in now! We can easily become distracted, distressed or depressed. I know I
You can speed up your document creation in Publisher using Building Blocks – these are content blocks that you can use over and over. See the different types of Blocks below: Calendars – Stories, sidebars and headings Page Parts – Stories, sidebars and headings Borders and Accents – Reusable graphic elements Advertisements – Coupons and
Have you ever completed a table, had it exactly the way you wanted it, all formatting done – a real work of art – and you hand it in to your boss and he says, “well that’s great, but I would really rather see it in a chart?” Yes, that has actually happened to me.
I have had more than one frustrated person inquire how to rotate pages in PDF documents. It turns out that it is really very simple. Follow to the steps below to learn how: Open your PDF in Acrobat DC. Select Tools | Organize Pages or Organize Pages from the pane on the right. In the
I do not claim to be an expert in Excel, but I do like to learn about it and use it when warranted. As such, it behooves me to try and keep abreast of what is going on in the world of Excel. In that vein, I came across information describing how to “un-pivot” data
The features in this article are only available in Office 365 for business and NOT for Home or Personal subscriptions. There are many ways in which you can personalize Office 365 and the Office 365 app launcher, to make it fit your personal style and to make it easier to use. I love easier to
Whether you are adding comments to your Word Document, Excel worksheet, or PowerPoint presentation, Office 365 now will allow you to mention another user/colleague. You use the @ sign to do so, such as you would with many apps. What are Mentions for and how do they differ from Comments? Well read along and learn.
I have had many questions regarding the AutoComplete feature and so I thought it prudent to follow up with even more information in that regard. So read on! To access your AutoComplete setting follow the steps below: On the File menu, click Options. Select the Mail tab. Scroll approximately halfway down until you see Send
Well, here we are, isolated from each other and praying we will not become infected with the Coronavirus. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am a people person, and it is really wearing on me that I cannot interact personally with my family, loved ones, and friends. But we must make