If you have Office 365, you’re able to access your emails, calendar and documents from any device as long as you have an internet connection. So, if you travel far or stay close to home over holidays, you can use a laptop, desktop, tablet or phone to access your work files and information. Read more
Ahh…glorious OneNote. The more I use it the more I love it.
For some reason OneNote still seems to be a well-kept secret, but it shouldn’t be, as it’s a brilliant tool for research, planning and collaborating with colleagues and partners.
In this post I’m going to share how OneNote’s awesome digital note-taking features with Outlook integration promote super-efficiency around managing meetings. Read more
Ever wondered what the most used command is in Excel?
I have. In fact a few years back I searched for the answer on Google. I had thought that the answer would surely be ‘Undo’, especially when I think about how often I use the fabulous Ctrl + Z key combination. Amazingly I found a page (which sadly I’m unable to find now) that claimed that Undo wasn’t the most used…it was Paste, Ctrl + V. Read more
I love working with two screens! Having the ability to have more than one window fully visible is just such a pleasure.
Many users of Office 2010 ask me how they can open two Excel or Word files at the same time and view them in separate windows, one on each screen. Read more
PROBLEM: when typing a figure into a cell in Excel the figure is displayed as a date?
SOLUTION: quickly change the format of the cell back to a format that displays numbers, not dates. Read more
PROBLEM: wasting time mucking around with column widths and font sizes so that Excel worksheet data will print on one page.
SOLUTION: within seconds ensure Excel worksheets always fit to the width and height of a printed page.
PROBLEM: wasting time creating tables. Especially when trying to create complex tables where columns don’t align and content needs to be reorganized.
SOLUTION: Save yourself HUGE amounts of time…learn the shortcuts! Read more
PROBLEM: wasting time answering emails when you should be working on something else.
SOLUTION: have your Calendar displayed first when you open Outlook. That way you will start the day focusing on what needs to be achieved and won’t be tempted to waste time on emails. Read more
PROBLEM: wasting huge amounts of time collating masses of Yes/No, Accept/Reject type replies to a broadcast email.
SOLUTION: learn how to add voting buttons to a message and let Outlook do the counting for you.