Archive for the ‘MS Office Tips’ Category

Format Painter -by Bogo Giertler One of the best, hidden gems of Microsoft Office is Format Painter.  Its shy brush icon is strategically placed on every Word toolbar just  after the Undo and Redo icons, and is rarely noticed by the users. If  a document you are working on will require repetitive formatting (i.e.  section headers, italics on quotations, […]

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Nov 4th, 2009 | Filed under MS Office Tips

Want to learn more about the various neat little shortcuts in Microsoft Office that make your life easy as a student? Here are some tips and tricks from PC Magazine (read more…)

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Oct 29th, 2009 | Filed under MS Office Tips

Use Autocorrect to Add Symbols The AutoCorrect feature in Office can automatically place symbols in your documents. Here are some of our favorites. (read more…)

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Oct 19th, 2009 | Filed under MS Office Tips

Creating a line break in an Excel Cell

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Oct 15th, 2009 | Filed under MS Office Tips

The “Missing” Org Chart Function in PowerPoint 2007 It really isn’t missing. It just needs to be installed. The Organization Chart Add-in for Microsoft Office programs, previously called Microsoft Organization Chart 2.0, is an add-in for 2007 Microsoft Office system programs that you can install and then add to your 2007 Office release documents. Organization […]

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Oct 7th, 2009 | Filed under MS Office Tips

Search and Replace Word Formatting – by Athul N. Ravunniarath Did you know that in Microsoft Word, it is possible to do a search and replace on the formatting of text? For example, say that you’ve been given a bibliography that has the entire book titles in bold, but proper form is for book titles to […]

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Oct 6th, 2009 | Filed under MS Office Tips