Well, the holidays are over and I survived them! Christmas is my absolute favorite time of year! Having said that, the older I get the tireder I get. It’s a lot of work setting up all those decorations for sure. But I do love seeing my grandchildren’s little faces light up when they see them.
Yes, of course, you can use the Chart Wizard to create your chart, but there are some occasions when going through even the Wizard seems too long. So if you feel the need for speed, this tip is for you! Follow the steps below to learn how: Select your table on which you would like
For whatever reason, some folks have documents that are full of hidden text. Then comes the time when they want to make that text un-hidden. What to do? Well the short answer is use Find and Replace. Follow the steps below to learn how: Press Ctrl+Home to go to the start of your document. You
If you find the need for a list in your document, Word will very quickly and easily accommodate you. Follow the steps below to learn how: Key in your list, only pressing Enter at the end of each item in your list. Select all the items in your list. Be certain the Home tab of
As I am sure you know by now, the table options in Word are plentiful and very flexible by default. You know how it is, you create a table and every single time you spend time modifying the properties. If it seems you use the same properties for each table you create, you can save
Creating a hyperlink to a document in a shared location (i.e., network drive, Sharepoint library) can be a very effective way to email a document to one of your colleagues. A hyperlink, unlike an attachment, will not create a copy of the file, take up excessive real estate in your mailbox, or cause anyone to
God Mode is the name that was given to an option that has long been available in Microsoft Windows. It gives you quick access to most of the applets and commands from the Control Panel. So God Mode or Windows Master Control Panel is a very useful time saver that can save you the aggravation
Using Outlook 365 to automate repetitive tasks (i.e., inviting a group of people to meetings or forwarding emails to a group). Also, you can automate sequences to perform functions such as deleting messages or moving them. Quick Steps apply multiple actions at the same time to email messages. This helps you quickly manage your mailbox.
As you may or may not know, Microsoft Outlook works like an email client and has myriad, robust tools for use by individual, as well as group scheduling, and task lists, and reminders. The tip below will give you more productivity in Outlook than you ever dreamed was possible. Let’s start with how to recall
Well folks, it’s that time of year! Yes, I am stressed and Christmas obsessed! As in years past, I will not be publishing a newsletter this month. To much baking, buying gifts, wrapping, decorating, etc. I know you all do not celebrate Christmas but I do and I would like to share the good will