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. Continue reading Prepare your business for Office 365
Another fabulous time-saving feature is ‘Paste Special Transpose’. This allows you to copy a horizontal range and paste it vertically, or vice versa. An absolute gem.
But have you ever tried to use the two together? It isn’t easy at all. In this post I want to share a wee work-around that will allow you to use the Paste Link and Paste Special Transpose features together. Continue reading Excel – Paste a link and Paste Special transpose your data
I recently ran a PowerPoint course for a Sales Team. One of the biggest challenges they had was updating their existing presentations (which were large and extremely comprehensive) to the new company template. Their organisation had recently re-branded and they had been asked to ensure ALL presentations to clients were using the new template.
Before I arrived it had been a cutting and pasting frenzy. Apparently it had been taking forever and had caused a few people to become very stressed.
Within a few minutes I had them laughing at how easy it was. Continue reading PowerPoint – updating your presentation with your company template
For example, if I wanted to set my Hanging Indents to 1.25cm I know for a fact I would be lost if my measurement settings were only being displayed in inches. Continue reading Word – How to change measurements from inches to centimetres
PROBLEM: When you enter a post code that has a leading 0 (zero), e.g. 0642, you see only the last 4 digits, not the leading zero. This is especially frustrating when using an Excel file in a Mail Merge!
SOLUTION: learn how make the 0 stay!
SOLUTION: quickly change the text back to the proper case without having to retype it. Continue reading Excel – change the text to uppercase, lowercase or first capital
SOLUTION: quickly change the format of the cell back to a format that displays numbers, not dates. Continue reading Excel – Why is my figure displayed as a date?
SOLUTION: within seconds ensure Excel worksheets always fit to the width and height of a printed page.
SOLUTION: Save yourself HUGE amounts of time…learn the shortcuts! Continue reading Word – shortcuts for working in Tables
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. Continue reading Outlook – start Outlook in the Calendar view