If you were familiar with Pivot tables in Excel versions prior to Excel 2007 you will be very used to working with the blue lines of the Pivot Table and the ability to drag and drop data right on to the Pivot Table.
In Excel 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 Pivot Tables are now quite different. The blue lines are gone, along with the wonderful drag-and-drop feature. Read more
If you’re planning to move to Office 365, here are some things to consider that’ll help you prepare your business for life in the cloud. Read more
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
If you are anything like me you will be happy about this news. I currently have a Mac, iPad, tablet, PC and Windows phone. In the past it has been frustrating not being able to access my files on the iPad. Check out what Microsoft have done for iPad users.
PROBLEM: Needing more screen and less Ribbon (great for tablets).
SOLUTION: Gain more screen “real-estate” by changing your display settings.
PROBLEM: Wasting time locating text effect options in the Font
SOLUTION: Save time using text effect options on the Home tab in Word.
I love the Headings feature on the Navigation pane in Word 2010 and 2013. However I did find it a little frustrating when I first used it as the only Headings showing in the pane were the headings that were formatted with Word’s standard styles – Heading1, Heading2, Heading3, etc. Read more
If you have recently upgraded to Office 2013 you will have noticed that the Ribbon is collapsed by default, and only the Ribbon tabs are visible. As a result one of the first questions I get asked when doing upgrade training is “why are the Ribbon commands hidden and how do I get them back”? Read more