Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Excel Tip: How to Scale Printing

Many Excel spreadsheets can use multiple pages of paper to print. However, when you scale the printing, you can print much more, using much less paper. This Excel tip will show you how to scale printing using various versions of Excel.

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Sunday, May 11, 2014

Microsoft Office Quick Access Toolbar

If you've been using Microsoft Office 1007 or 2010, you may have seen the Quick Access Toolbar and not known what it was.  Or you may be missing the old Microsoft Office Standard Toolbar.

Either way, this Microsoft Office Tutorial is for you.

To learn to customize the Microsoft Office Quick Access Toolbar in 2007 or 2010, watch the video below.

Enjoy!


Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Keyboard Shortcuts

With 2014 just around the corner, I know most people could make 2014 much better by learning some simple Keyboard Shortcuts.

I've given tips for keyboard shortcuts before, but here are some easy to use keyboard functions which help make tasks that much quicker.

We've all heard of CTRL + X to Cut, CTRL + C to Copy, CTRL + V to Paste, but do you know about CTRL + Z and CTRL + YCTRL + Z will Undo the previous action and CTRL + Y will Redo the previous Undo.

When browsing an Internet page, not only can you use the Page Down to move down a page, but sometimes it might be easier to just press the Space Bar. That's right, you can move down an Internet page by simply pressing the Space Bar.

And, here's an old-school keyboard shortcut that came in handy when a friend's mouse died. To open up the File Menu, press ALT + F.

To review:
CTRL + Y will Redo an Undo
Space Bar will move a page down on an Internet page
ALT + F will open the File Menu

I hope these keyboard shortcuts will help you in 2014 and hope that everyone has a Happy New Year!