Office Technology

3 ‘Who knew?!’ time-saving Word tips

December 11, 2016 Categorized in: Word

Here are three tips to save you time and pain from all that clicking and dragging.
Q. How can I attach a file from SharePoint in Outlook?

Make it happen in Outlook

October 6, 2016 Categorized in: Outlook

Sending replies … Attaching a file from SharePoint

Change your slide size in PowerPoint

October 3, 2016 Categorized in: PowerPoint

Depending upon the projectors or platforms in which you deliver presentations, it might be advantageous to shift from the 4:3 to the 16:9 slide size.

How to get the email response you need

July 25, 2016 Categorized in: Outlook

Sometimes the email response you need is not the one you get.

Windows 10 power user tips

July 19, 2016 Categorized in: Internet

Windows 10 has been around for a year, but plenty of people are still unfamiliar with it.

Microsoft Office Notes: May ’16

May 1, 2016 Categorized in: Excel

Keeping minutes; find/replace; formatting

Step Saving with Slide Masters

April 6, 2016 Categorized in: PowerPoint

If you do it right, a well-designed Slide Master can save you loads of time making small changes to individual slides.

The email collaboration challenge

January 30, 2016 Categorized in: Outlook

Is there a better way to make comments in reply email text other than different font colors?
If you’re sending the same email message over and over and it requires attachments or rich text, such as bold, italic or colors, you can’t use a Quick Step.

Excel: Spot duplicate rows

December 6, 2015 Categorized in: Excel

The Conditional Formatting tool on the Home tab, Cell Styles group offers something called Highlight Dupli­­cate Values. Before you start jumping for joy, it really means values, not rows.

Outlook: Can I add attachments to a Quick Step?

December 5, 2015 Categorized in: Outlook

There are two workarounds for this when you realize your options are limited.

3 PowerPoint habits to eliminate

November 20, 2015 Categorized in: PowerPointPresentations

Strategic communications advisor Stephanie Scotti is ready for bad PowerPoints to be eliminated from the workplace. She offers three solutions to help break this pattern.