Microsoft Office

12 useful PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts

Date: 14 Aug 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Do you remember the last time you watched someone give a presentation and they messed up, clicking the mouse too fast and moving the slides forward, or accidentally hitting a key and messing up the presentation? This can be painful to watch, even worse to do! Luckily, if you use PowerPoint, there are keyboard shortcuts you could use to make your next presentation go a little smoother. Here are 12

18 keyboard shortcuts for Excel 2013

Date: 17 Jul 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Navigation and interaction with a computer is typically done through a keyboard and a mouse. In some programs, worksheets for instance, many users will rely on the keyboard simply because it's quicker. This is one of the reasons why programmers have implemented keyboard shortcuts into programs like Microsoft Excel. If you have upgraded to Office 2013, you may not know of some of the useful keyboa

How to protect your Word documents

Date: 19 Jun 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

There are many tools that business owners and managers have at their disposal that enable them to do their jobs more effectively. One of the most important is the word processor, with the most popular being Microsoft Word. Word is favored because of the multitude of features available for users. There are many features that often go unused however, one being the ability to protect documents and se

Word tip: Break your text

Date: 22 May 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

When someone mentions 'breaking' something, most will think of the physical action. Writers will think of something different. A break in writing means an extended space. You see breaks at the end of chapters in novels and reports that shift to another section. These breaks are an integral part of document formatting, and yet many Microsoft Word users still use them incorrectly, if at all. If you'

It’s time to upgrade from Office 2003

Date: 24 Apr 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

The tech industry is always moving forward, it seems that a new concept or system is introduced on a near weekly basis. This often comes at the cost of older systems which are left behind when developers stop supporting them. Unfortunately, many businesses still use these older systems or programs and are often left without valuable support. Microsoft has announced that they will stop supporting s

Charts in PowerPoint – Easy or hard?

Date: 27 Mar 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Copy and paste in Word with ease

Date: 26 Feb 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Computers and the software we use have been instrumental in enabling businesses to reach previously unseen and unattainable levels of productivity. While many programs are a major part of any computer, only a handful have been integrated in nearly every business. One such program is Microsoft Office, and it's word processor Word. There are many productivity enhancing features of Word, including co

Email in your Outlook outbox?

Date: 30 Jan 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

When it comes to software, essential programs, like Microsoft's Outlook, are expected by its users to just work. Anyone who has used these programs knows that while it does perform 99% of the time, there is still that 1% where it doesn't work completely. One of the bigger issues tends to be emails that just sit in the outbox. Thankfully, there are some steps you can take to fix this problem. Here'

Change Office 2013’s save location

Date: 03 Jan 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

How to freeze and split panes in Excel

Date: 05 Dec 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Microsoft Office's Excel is an incredibly useful program for businesses, regardless of what industry they are in. While it is a helpful tool, spreadsheets often reach a point where there are so many rows and columns that you find yourself constantly scrolling up and down and left to right. The good news is that Excel has a feature that helps you keep track of the reference rows and columns more ea