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Archive for the ‘MS Office Help’ Category



MS Office 2010: Paste Preview

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

You’ve heard of Print Preview, but did you know that MS Office 2010 now has a Paste Preview? Let me tell you… it’s worth the time to find out all about it! Continue reading

PDF creator lite is a useful program which can be used to create password protected PDF documents from Microsoft Office applications like Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint. You can also turn images to PDF documents using this free PDF printer. Continue reading

If you’re old-school when it comes to MS Excel and love to use the merge cell feature, then you know the frustrations that they can cause during editing. You need to check this out to discover some good news for Excel 2007 & 2010 users. Continue reading

It is possible to calculate time totals in Excel. Here’s a quick tutorial to show you how! Continue reading

Learn to use your keyboard to select cells from your current location to one of the 4 edges of the data range and beyond! Continue reading

Bringing Back Add to Dictionary in Word 2007

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Has “Add to Dictionary” in your computers’ Microsoft Word 2007 gone missing? Here is a simple way to bring this handy feature back again. Continue reading

Use Excel for a lot of monetary data? Is that data in something other than dollars… maybe Euros? With Excel 2007 & 2010 you’ve got quick access to these formats that you may have not even noticed! Continue reading

MS Excel: Sort Direction Choices

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Is your Excel data set up “backwards” for the purposes of sorting? Don’t transpose your data – take charge and make Excel change its sorting direction to meet your needs. Continue reading

If you’re going to see a screen tip when you hover over the link, then it might as well be something more useful than the old “Click to follow link”! Learn how to customize your hyperlink screen tips here. Continue reading

Learn to “right-click” correct your spelling errors in Microsoft Word without running the Spell Check or using your mouse! Continue reading

MS Excel: Change a Chart’s Location

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

Unknown to many, once a chart has been created it is not locked into that location. Learn what your options are and how to make a chart move locations here. Continue reading

A well placed mouse click on your vertical scroll bar will mean a world of difference between randomly flying through your files and a controlled movement. Learn how to control your scroll… Continue reading

Let MS Office transfer SmartArt information from one layout to another. Continue reading

Learn to create an index for your Word documents in a fraction of the time you’d think. Continue reading

Do you really use all the buttons located at the bottom portion of Outlook’s Navigation pane? I know that I don’t and yet they are visible, taking up space… Learn how to design a Navigation Pane that works best for you. Continue reading

MS Word: Table of Contents

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

It’s not uncommon to use a table of contents or to dread the work it takes to create one manually. All the formatting involved can be the stuff of nightmares for weeks on end. Here’s what you need to know in order to avoid those nightmares for good. Continue reading

Accidentally grabbing and dragging the fill handle? Find yourself staring at a piece of data you didn’t place in the cell and have no idea how it got there? Here’s an idea to try… Continue reading

Out with the Document Map and in with the Navigation Pane.
Use the Navigation Pane in Word 2010 to rearrange the sections of your document. Continue reading

MS Outlook: Block Senders From Your Inbox

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

We all have them… the messages that come in over and over but we don’t want them and no matter what we do they still keep on sending them. If you’re looking to have them bypass you Inbox then here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

If you find yourself frequently going back to edit the last Word file closed, then I’m sure that you’d find it extremely helpful to start Word and that last file at the same time… Learn how to create a shortcut to do just that. Continue reading

If you create and use custom slide layouts then you’ve probably wondered about the prompts in the text and content boxes… can they be changed? Absolutely, and here’s the place to learn all about it! Continue reading

MS Office: Finding the Close All Command

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Tired of closing each Word document separately? Learn where to find the Close All command in the newest versions of Microsoft Office. Continue reading

How to Use the Insert Key

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

Is the Insert key completely useless? Actually, it isn’t. In Microsoft Word it has a couple of functions you may be surprised to learn about. Continue reading

This article tells how to open a Microsoft Word 2010 document in an earlier version of Word using one of two methods. Give it a look! Continue reading

MS Word: Embed Fonts

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Most of us have seen the results of moving a file to a computer that doesn’t contain the fonts that were used in its creation. The font substitution will wreak havoc on your file… find out how to avoid this problem when sharing Word documents. Continue reading

MS Excel: Sum It Up Super Quick

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Often I find myself writing a sum formula in MS Excel. It’s not difficult and with Excel’s Formula AutoComplete it really is simple to do, but today I have a technique that can improve our efficiency when it comes to this particular formula. Continue reading

Learn to turn Excel’s Formula AutoComplete feature on or off without going all the way into the programs options. Continue reading

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