Word Tip – Quick Way to Highlight a Word or a Paragraph

Everyone likes to save time and work as efficiently as they can so here is a highlighting tip for Word users. To highlight one word, point at the word and double click. Want to highlight a paragraph, point to the paragraph and triple click your mouse. Don’t you...

PowerPoint Tip – Trim Videos right in PowerPoint

If your PowerPoint video is a little long, there is very good news for you. You can trim videos within PowerPoint, no other software is required. Go to the slide with your video and click on the video to highlight. On the Video Tools Playback tab click on the Trim...

Word Tip – Show Multiple Pages on the Screen at Once

Open a multi-page document.   On the View tab, in the zoom group, click on Multiple Pages. Use the Zoom bar (bottom right) to zoom in or out to see as many or as few pages as you like. To return to seeing only one page click on One Page, which is in the same group on...

Excel Tip – Total Multiple Columns at Once

If you have columns similar to the example below there is an easy way to total them all at once. Select the empty cells beneath each column (where you want to see the answer). Click in the cell beneath the first column, hold down Ctrl and click on the cell underneath...

Excel Tip – Very Tiny Charts

In Excel there will be occasions where you would like to show the trend of data, but have no room for a chart. There is a feature in Excel that can solve your problem . . small charts that fit into one cell! They are called Sparklines, which include line charts and...

Virtual Training With a Live Instructor

The advent of virtual environments now makes possible live direct interactive training between a remotely located instructor and student(s) who remain at their office or home. Compared to non-interactive text or video based instruction, virtual instructor-led courses...