Keyboard Shortcut – Used in Many Programs

CTRL + N is one of most versatile keyboard shortcuts in Microsoft Office and beyond. Here are some of the ways that you can use this keyboard combo: In Word, it creates a new document In Excel, it creates a new workbook In PowerPoint, it creates a new presentation In...

Excel Tip – Maximums

Have you ever wondered how many rows or columns there are in the newer versions of Excel? Or how many characters can I fit in one cell? Wonder no more, here are some of Excel’s max capabilities: Rows: 1,048,576 Columns: 16,384 Cells in a worksheet: 17,179,869,184...

Excel Tip – 3 Different Count Functions

Have you ever wanted to know how many entries were in a list in Excel? You can use the Count functions to give you an accurate number. The first Count function only counts cells that contain numbers. Will ignore any cell that has text in it    =COUNT(A2:A24) The...

Excel Tip – Scale to Fit

Ever have one of those spreadsheets that do not quite fit on one page, no matter what you do! There is a simple way to make it fit. When you have your spreadsheet open click on the Page Layout tab and go to the Scale to Fit group. If your spreadsheet is too long then...

Program Shortcuts on Taskbar – Win7 and Win10

Put shortcuts to all your commonly used programs on your Taskbar (bar across the bottom of your screen). Then it will be a 1 click process to start any program. Windows 7 users:  Click on the Start button, then All Programs. Scroll to one of the programs you use, such...

Excel Tip – 3 Different Count Functions

Have you ever wanted to know how many entries were in a list in Excel? You can use the Count functions to give you an accurate number. The first Count function only counts cells that contain numbers. Will ignore any cell that has text in it =COUNT(A2:A24) The second...