Setting the Timeline
Ever need to create a timeline for a work or school project?
Do you find yourself wasting a whole lot of time trying to create drawing objects and moving text to get everything just as you want it?
Wish you had a template ready to go? You know, something that would have the set up ready and all you’d need to do is fill in the details?
If this sounds like a good idea to you, I have some excellent news for you.
Many of us never think to look, but Microsoft has a wonderful variety of templates available for download if you visit their site. Give this address a try:
In the search at the bottom of the page, I entered “timeline.”
If you have a particular program you need to work with, select it. (If you make no program selection, you’ll get a complete list, which will allow for a lot of flexibility if you know how to work in many different programs).
When you click Go, you’ll find that they have several to offer.
Now, it’s a matter of downloading your choice.
Once downloaded, the file will open and you’re ready to get right to the business of entering your data, without all the initial set up hassles!