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...

Word Tip – New Bookmark Features

Word 2013 and 2016 automatically bookmarks the page you were last on when you closed a document, and takes you to that page when you reopen it. Say you have a 20 page document and you were editing some info on page 12 and then decided to close the document. The next...

Word Tip – Synonyms

Not enough time to use the Thesaurus to improve your choice of words in Microsoft Word? Instead just right click on a word and in the drop down choose Synonyms. Then click the desired replacement and you’re all set! This feature is also available in Outlook and...

Word Tip – New Bookmark Feature

Word 2013 and 2016 automatically bookmark the page you were last on when you closed a document, and lets you return to that page when you reopen the document. Say you have a 20 page document and you were editing some info on page 12 and then decided to close the...

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...

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...