Have you ever wanted to format a part of your document to match another part, but can’t seem to get it just right?
Let me guess, you love using the Colby Apps Calendar, but you wish you could choose a view other than
Week? How would you like to have the ability to control exactly how many days appear in your calendar view?
The Fill Handle is very useful for copying the contents of a cell or extending a series of data. It is represented by a little blue square in the lower right corner of a selected cell.
To fill in a series of data:
- Enter the first part of your data set.
- For instance, “1, 2, 3″ or “Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday”
You can use these same steps to copy the contents of a single cell over a range of cells.
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A shortcut is an icon that be “clicked” to open an application or folder without having to “go find it” on your computer. The instructions below are for running an application, but the process is the same for opening a folder or a file.
By default, the Dock sits at the bottom of the Mac display. The Dock was introduced in OS X and contains shortcuts to applications. As you move the cursor along the Dock, the icons will be magnified. You can relocate the Dock to the sides and you can set it to “autohide”. The size of the icons in the dock, and the amount of magnification when an icon is highlighted can also be adjusted.
Stymied about how to get a PDF file you have created to automatically open at 100%? Got a file from a colleague that opens at 65% every time no matter what you do?
If you have Adobe Acrobat Pro Here is the fix:
- Open the PDF file
- Click on File > Properties
- Click on the down arrow next to “Magnification”
- Select the % value you want
- Click OK
- Click on File > Close
- When asked, click on “Yes” you want to save changes
The document will now open in your selected % view
Do you have a WORD document or report that you want to create a POWERPOINT presentation for? Did you know there is an easy way to import WORD into POWERPOINT? Here’s how: