To adjust indents for individual paragraphs on a PowerPoint slide, first make the rulers visible. Follow the steps below to learn how: Click on View | Ruler. Select the paragraphs you would like to change. Drag on the First Line Indent and Left Indent markers on the ruler to change your indents. Pretty easy huh?
The default font in Word 2007, Calibri, is great but if you do not care for it you can change it permanently. Follow the steps below to learn how: Click CTRL + D. Select the font you would like to use. Click the Default button. This will change the default font in the template called
When you reopen an MS Word document, very often you just want to start working where you left off, but it can be tedius and time consuming to scroll through a large document finding exactly where your work left off. I have heard it said that you cannot go back, but guess what – you
One of the fairly cool things you can do in MS Word is draw tables. I think you will agree that this is a really cool feature. Another really cool feature is the Eraser tool. You can erase any lines that you have created in your table until it looks exactly the way you want.
The Transpose feature in MS Excel is used to change a vertical range of cells to a horizontal range or vice versa. Follow the steps below to learn how to use this feature: Copy a range of cells. Select a cell in the current or any other worksheet and right-click. From the shortcut menu that
This is one of those little tips that most folks aren’t aware of but are ever so grateful for the knowledge once they have learned it. Why? Because it saves time and keystrokes of course! To jump to the bottom of a very long column, simply select a cell in the column and double-click the
This is so simple you will wish that you had thought of it first! For whatever reason, sometime you may want to hide the table grid in your document from prying eyes. Follow the steps below to learn how: Select your table. Right-click and select Borders and Shading. Select None. You can also change the
While editing documents, it is not uncommon to delete words, phrases and the occasional sentence. Different people take different approaches to this task. For example, some folks simply select the text and click Delete, while some others may hold down the Delete key, while still others just press the backspace key until the unwanted characters
When you receive a message in MS Outlook that includes voting buttons, the response buttons appear on the message form between the header and the toolbar. In addition, MS Outlook will display a message in the preview pane if it is open, to prompt you to vote. Voting is easy. Just click a button to