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...

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...

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...

PowerPoint Tip – Save a Slide as a JPEG

You can save one slide or your whole presentation as a JPEG from PowerPoint. Open your presentation and go to the specific slide you wish to save as a JPEG. Click on the File tab, Save As and key in name for your image in the File Name box. In the Save As Type box...