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OUTLOOK: Send emails without reaching for the mouse

You know in movies, where they use their computers without ever touching the mouse? Now you can too. Here’s how to send emails without using your mouse or trackpad – instead some helpful Outlook shortcuts. Outlook OUTLOOK: Send emails without reaching for the mouse OUTLOOK: Automatically file incoming emails OUTLOOK: Create a good folder structure

OUTLOOK: Automatically file incoming emails

Is your inbox the digital version of your junk drawer? Introduce some Zen to your digital life and use these great tips to automatically file your incoming emails. Outlook OUTLOOK: Send emails without reaching for the mouse OUTLOOK: Automatically file incoming emails OUTLOOK: Create a good folder structure for your emails OUTLOOK: Insert text into

OUTLOOK: Create a good folder structure for your emails

We get so many emails, it’s easy for inboxes to become a mess. Creating a good folder structure is the perfect way to help you find what you’re looking for quickly and keep your inbox clean and tidy. Outlook OUTLOOK: Send emails without reaching for the mouse OUTLOOK: Automatically file incoming emails OUTLOOK: Create a

WORD: Change lots of text all in one go

Need to make a lot of changes throughout your Word document? Don’t waste time scrolling through pages and pages. We’ll show you how to do it quickly with this handy feature. WORD: Change lots of text all in one go WORD: Compare 2 documents really easily WORD: Create your own text format and use it

WORD: Compare 2 documents really easily

When you need to compare documents, you don’t need to keep flicking back and forth between windows. We’ll show you how you open these documents side by side for easy comparison. WORD: Change lots of text all in one go WORD: Compare 2 documents really easily WORD: Create your own text format and use it

WORD: Create your own text format and use it quickly

Don’t spend ages recreating text styles throughout your documents. In this video we’ll teach you how to create your own style formats that you can use quickly and easily. WORD: Change lots of text all in one go WORD: Compare 2 documents really easily WORD: Create your own text format and use it quickly WORD:

WORD: Send the fonts used in your document

Your beautiful Word documents deserve to be seen as you intended. In this video, we’ll show you how to embed fonts in the document, so they can be opened by anyone. WORD: Change lots of text all in one go WORD: Compare 2 documents really easily WORD: Create your own text format and use it

WORD: Never lose vital work when you click Save

Once you’ve pressed that Save button, you may have lost work you can’t get back. We’ve solved that problem for you. Learn how to create automatic backups in Word so you can always find the work you need. WORD: Change lots of text all in one go WORD: Compare 2 documents really easily WORD: Create

WORD: Save documents much more quickly

Saving your Word documents can slow you down, especially if you’re having to change the default options. This video will show you how to set your own defaults, so that saving is a breeze. WORD: Change lots of text all in one go WORD: Compare 2 documents really easily WORD: Create your own text format

TEAMS: Create a personal voicemail message

Give Teams the personal touch. When receiving calls in Teams, you can now create a personal voicemail message for your colleagues. In this video we show you how. Could avatars make your Teams meetings more fun? | Tech Update Are you using Teams to share sensitive data? | Tech Update TEAMS: Create a personal voicemail

TEAMS: Find out if someone is free without having to check

Need to get in touch with someone but not sure if they’re free? In this video, we’ll show you how to find out if someone is available without having to continually check. Could avatars make your Teams meetings more fun? | Tech Update Are you using Teams to share sensitive data? | Tech Update TEAMS:

TEAMS: Setup your camera and mic before a call

Avoid the embarrassing tech fails at the beginning of Teams calls by setting up your camera and microphone before the call. Watch this, do it now, thank us later. Could avatars make your Teams meetings more fun? | Tech Update Are you using Teams to share sensitive data? | Tech Update TEAMS: Create a personal

TEAMS: Share the right screen during a call

When sharing your screen during a Teams call, you want to be sure you’re not showing anything confidential or embarrassing. We’ll show you how to display only the information you want. Could avatars make your Teams meetings more fun? | Tech Update Are you using Teams to share sensitive data? | Tech Update TEAMS: Create

TEAMS: Stop writing posts that are 1 sentence long

Every time you hit Enter in a Teams chat, you send a separate short message, which isn’t great for getting you full point across. In this video we’ll show you how to communicate effectively, without the multiple messages. Could avatars make your Teams meetings more fun? | Tech Update Are you using Teams to share

TEAMS: Swap to the right mic during a call

You’re on a Teams call and you’re talking, but no one can hear you. It’s happened to us all. In this video, we’ll show you how to fix your microphone quickly, without having to leave the call. Could avatars make your Teams meetings more fun? | Tech Update Are you using Teams to share sensitive

EXCEL: Combine text from two cells into one

When you need to combine two cells into one, there’s no need to cut and paste every cell. With this simple formula, you can do it quickly and accurately. Our Philosophy To provide exceptional customer support and pursue long term relationships with small and medium sized businesses helping them get the most out of their

EXCEL: Understand your data with super-fast graphs

Excel is such a clever tool, it can make sense of your data for you. This video will teach you how to take a sheet of numbers and turn them into helpful graphs, fast. Excel Outlook Powerpoint Teams Word

EXCEL: Make a drop-down list to select from

Don’t waste valuable time typing the same data into Excel repeatedly. We’ll show you how to create a dropdown list that will get the job done in no time. Excel Outlook Powerpoint Teams Word

EXCEL: Insert live Excel data into Word

If you need to display data from an Excel sheet in your Word document, don’t waste time trying to recreate it. We’ll show you how to use live Excel data in your Word document in just a few clicks. Excel Outlook Powerpoint Teams Word

EXCEL: Make dull data stand out and become dynamic

You may think it impossible to make Excel sheets appear interesting. Well, you’d be wrong. In this video you’ll learn how to make your data stand out. Excel Outlook Powerpoint Teams Word

EXCEL: Swap rows into columns and vice versa

When you need to swap your rows into columns or columns into rows, it can be tricky. Not only is it time consuming, but you run the risk of mixing up your data. We’ll show you how to do it in just a few clicks. Excel Outlook Powerpoint Teams Word

Apple Podcasts Adds Transcripts

Did you know Apple’s Podcasts app now includes written transcripts? Our tip helps you view the text while you listen, use it to navigate within the audio, search for specific bits, and more.

How to Sync Your Text Messages across All Your Apple Devices

One of the best parts of Apple’s tight platform integration is that you can view your text messages on all your devices. Or at least you can if you get everything set correctly.

Take Advantage of the Reference Library in Your Mac

When you’re reading on your Mac, there’s no excuse for not knowing what a word means, even when it’s in another language. Apple provides several shortcuts for looking up any word in macOS’s reference books.

Be more productive with these Microsoft Edge features | Tech Update

In the never-ending mission to be more productive, the latest Microsoft Edge browser could be a powerful ally. We’re telling you about 3 of its best productivity features.

Six Reasons Why You Should Restart Your Mac Periodically

You can go for weeks or months without restarting your Mac, but it’s a good idea to restart more frequently to increase security, avoid or resolve problems, get updates, and generally clear your Mac’s decks.

Want an Event List in Apple’s Calendar App? Try This Trick

Want to see all your upcoming events in a list in Apple’s Calendar app on the Mac? It doesn’t have a built-in list view, but there’s a workaround.