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Tip #021 – Windows

Get where you’re going – faster

With your data organized into folders and all sorts of sub-folders, sometimes it is cumbersome to have to continually drill down (double-click a hierarchy of folders/sub-folders) to a folder that you use often…

 

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Tip #022 – Outlook

Helpful Reminders

Someone emails you a request. You WANT to do it – but you’re tied up right now and concerned that you might, after receiving the other 200 emails you get every day, forget about it…

 

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Tip #023 – Word

Remembering Where you Left Off & Save All Open Documents at Once

You are working on a long document. You’re tired. You finished some edit somewhere within the document. SAVE it (by using [CTRL] S, of course!) and close down for the day…

and…

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Tip #024 – Google

As if Google Wasn’t Cool Enough

Here are some things that you may not have known you could do (quickly) using Google.

 

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Tip #025 – Google

As if Google Wasn’t Cool Enough – Part 2

Here are some more things that you may not have known you could do using Google.

 

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Tip #026 – Excel

Quicker Data Entry and Editing

Three small – but cool – tips.

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Tip #027 – Smart Phones

Some cool programs and Smart Phone apps – Part 1

 

Full tips: Smartphones Tips

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Tip #028 – Smart Phones – Part 2

Some More Cool Programs and Smart Phone Apps

PIA VPN, Google Hangouts

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Tip #029 – Excel

Quick Math Without any Formulas

Your company’s inventory/price list is stored in a worksheet. Accounting (phew) asks you to increase all product prices by 5%…

 

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Tip #030 – Word

How Readable are Your Documents?

The Flesch–Kincaid readability tests are designed to indicate comprehension difficulty when reading a passage of contemporary academic English. (Thank you, Wikipedia). The average person reads at a Grade 9 level. Easy reading range is 6-10.
To tell where you Word document stands…

 

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