I do not like the default Outlook fonts. I prefer Palatino Linotype for all my new messages. In addition, I like to specifically mark MY responses – in an email chain – so that people do not confuse who said … Continue reading
If you are stuck with a non-widescreen template (theme), you may still be able to show your LIVE presentation in widescreen mode. This can be done by:
Click the Design tab, and then click Slide Size.
Change from Standard (4:3) to Widescreen … Continue reading
What used to be Applying a new template to an existing powerpoint presentation, has become Changing the theme for an existing presentation.
Step 1 – Open SLIDE MASTER (Under the File Menu)
Step 2 – View the THEME (and change it by … Continue reading
Grouping column by its values – and getting an accurate count (or sum)
Select the Column
Click the Data tab (or press Alt-A on keyboard)
Click Subtotal icon (or press B on keyboard)
To NOT show the wrapped text as ############ in excel
The cell formatting is set to text as it should be. Change it to SPECIAL.. That fixes it.
Do not place a bid – wait till the last 10 seconds of the auction.
Think of your MAX bid – a lot higher than the current bid. This is because – in the last few seconds – everyone will try … Continue reading
“Insert” from the top menu of PowerPoint
“Symbol” from the set of options.
Find “Wingdings” from the “Font” drop-down menu.
The check mark symbol is towards the end of the list of wingdings font symbols.
That’s it – pick the check mark … Continue reading
Outlook’s default color scheme is far too bright and hurts the eyes. Fortunately, some other themes are built into the product. To get to these options, navigate from the File menu
File-> Options-> General
And change the color scheme as shown below:
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For some reason, I prefer the inserts to be in the body as opposed to attachments. They are easier to get to (by the recipient) and they can be placed inside tables etc.- making the message more readable.
By default, Outlook … Continue reading
In Excel (2007 and above), place each list of values in its own column. Now,
Select cells in first list, then hold CTRL key and then select the second
Go to Conditional Formatting > Highlight Cells Rules > Duplicate Values. At this … Continue reading