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Keyboard shortcuts for presentations

Dread or love them, presentations are a part of almost every position in business. The most common tool used to create and show these presentations is Microsoft’s PowerPoint, in fact, many simply call a digital presentation a PowerPoint. Microsoft has implemented a few keyboard shortcuts that may help if you have a tough time giving presentations. Here are 12 useful... Read More

Excel 2013 – 18 keyboard shortcuts

When it comes to navigating a computer program like Microsoft Excel, the mouse is good, but the keyboard can be a heck of a lot better. Programs like Excel, worksheets in general, rely heavily on the keyboard for navigation, in fact, it’s not uncommon to see expert users forgo the mouse, and be better off for it. If you have... Read More

Protect your Word documents

One of the most integral pieces of software for any business is the word processor. The most popular is without a doubt Microsoft’s Word. The reason being the numerous features which give users the ability to create a near infinite number of different documents. However, there are also features which go largely unnoticed, such as document protection which allows you... Read More

Breaking your text for better formatting

One of the cardinal rules of document creation is that you need white space. We are taught from a young age to separate our written thoughts into paragraphs which make them easier to read and make documents look professional. This has carried over to documents created using word processors like Microsoft Word. While Word is great, it can be a... Read More

Still using Office 2003? Time to upgrade

Change is inevitable. In some industries it happens slowly, while in others it happens at a blazing speed. The tech industry is one that never sits still; there is always something bigger, better, faster and newer being released. The problem many businesses have with this is that the changes are unaffordable, so they stay with the same software or systems... Read More

Easily put graphs in your presentation

Presentations containing charts and graphs are a part of every business – some managers give presentations on a daily or weekly basis, while others do it once in a blue moon. The tool most business owners use to create and deliver presentations is Microsoft’s PowerPoint. While PowerPoint is great, it isn’t exactly easy to put a chart or graph into... Read More

Word’s copy and paste functions

Microsoft Word has been an important business tool for many years and will likely continue to be so for many more to come. There are numerous features that are used on a regular basis that, while they should make things easier, can actually create more work. One such feature is copy and paste. However, Word has some interesting copy and... Read More

Outlook not sending an email?

Email is a crucial component that many businesses have come to rely on, so much so that when the program they use has a problem the whole business is hamstrung. Many companies use Microsoft’s Outlook, which does stop working from time-to-time. One of the most common issues is when your emails aren’t being sent. Here’s three tips on what to... Read More

Office 2013 – set default, save location

Take a look at computers in almost every business and it’s guaranteed that a large percentage of them will be running Microsoft Office. There are many different versions of Office, and Microsoft will officially release a new version of Office – 2013 – in Q1 2013, and businesses will be looking to upgrade. Those who do upgrade will undoubtedly have... Read More

Excel lets you split and freeze panes

There are many tools in a business’s arsenal that can help give it a competitive edge, or help employees be more efficient. One of these tools is Microsoft Office, as without it many companies would likely be largely inefficient and struggling to keep up with the Joneses. While it is fairly easy to use products like Excel, it can be... Read More