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...

Outlook Tip – Peeks

In the newer versions of Outlook (2013 & 2016) you can check your Calendar appointments without leaving your Inbox. While in your Inbox looking at email point (do not click) your mouse at Calendar in the Navigation Bar at the bottom of your screen. This month’s...

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...