Melissa P Esquibel

Word: Saving tables as Quick Parts

May 4, 2022 Categorized in: Word

If you’ve spent a great deal of time crafting a table in Word to look exactly the way you want it and plan to use that table again, you can easily recreate it in any document with Quick Parts.
While a good communications policy can help set boundaries and give guidance, a little examination of our own biases toward certain types of electronic communications can go a long way to giving value and being seen as valuable in our careers.
Can you have a video of the speaker on a slide? … I want to use a video in my presentation but record my own audio. Is that possible?
If you use macros or add-ons in Sheets, your heart may have skipped a beat when you no longer saw the Add-ons dropdown menu. The good news is that it’s all still there!
With the growing threat of ransomware, new regulations around privacy and the impact of improper disclosure of company-sensitive information through email, it might be time to have another look at your email policy. Here are some things the policy should cover.

Managing change dynamically in Word

April 6, 2022 Categorized in: Word

Q. Inevitably, I end up with pages with too much white space at the bottom or diagrams separated from their text. Is there an easy way to get things to fit on pages without using hard page breaks?

Where did the time go?

March 2, 2022 Categorized in: Time Management

For many admins, the thought of spending as much time analyzing the time it takes to do their work as it does to actually do the work is very frustrating indeed. Fortunately, there are several tech tips in this issue to help.
Exporting Google Calendar data, and your own and others’ Outlook calendar data.

Excel: Wrangling rogue dates

March 2, 2022 Categorized in: Excel

Q. In a spreadsheet with a date column, some dates look fine, but others are left-justified for some reason. What might be causing this and how do I fix it?
Sometimes, those filling administrative roles can feel pretty powerless. But you have more power than you realize.
Q. Other than marking particular senders with Block Sender in the junk mail settings, is there an easy way to get rid of a lot of junk mail all at once from anyone using that domain?

A guide to smarter web searching

January 5, 2022 Categorized in: Personal Development

Type a few words into a search engine, read the first one or two results, and job done. Right? With the advent of results engineered to show you what others want you to see rather than what you asked for (search engine optimization, or SEO), maybe not.
Q. How can viewers of my PowerPoint presentation get to different places in the presentation and back to a main screen?