Wednesday January 3, 2018 at 8:44am
WindowsIf you have programs (e.g. Internet Explorer, Word, Excel) pinned to your TaskBar, hold the Windows Logo key and press 1 to start the first program, Windows Logo + 2 for the second and so on.ExcelStruggling to understand a complex formula? Select the cell containing the formula and click "Evaluate Formula" on the Formulas tab. This will show you the steps Excel follows to arrive at the final result.WordDo you need a non-numbered paragraph in the middle of a numbered list? Type the whole n....
Monday October 31, 2016 at 11:41am
PowerPoint lets you add different types of media files to a presentation. Anything from images, videos, and audio files can be added to a slide. The support for so many different types of media no doubt make it exceptionally easier to create engaging presentations but at the same time, with each image, graph, document, video, and audio file that you add, the presentation itself becomes bigger and bigger in size. If the size of a presentation file ever becomes a problem, either when emailing it, ....
Tuesday June 23, 2015 at 9:30am
Group your slides into Sectionsto make them easier to manage (PowerPoint 2010 and later). Right-click on aslide and choose “Add Section” to create a new Section starting from thatslide. You can rename a Section, expand/collapse Sections, move a whole Sectionelsewhere or choose to print a specific Section (rather than specifying a rangeof slide numbers).
Monday June 1, 2015 at 9:00am
While presenting a PowerPoint Show, type a slide number and press Enter to jump to that slide. To see other handy shortcut keys, press F1 while you are still in the Slide Show view.
Monday February 23, 2015 at 1:40pm
F5 is the shortcut key to run a Slide Show, but this always starts from the first slide. Use SHIFT+F5 to start from the current slide. And use ESC to exit the Slide Show.
Tuesday July 8, 2014 at 1:36pm
After typing a slide title, press CTRL+Enter to move straight to the next placeholder (e.g. the bulleted list). If you are already in the bulleted list, press CTRL+Enter to insert a new slide. This can make it very quick to enter a sequence of bulleted list slides.
Thursday March 28, 2013 at 1:29pm
Slide Masters don’t just change the colour scheme – you can add a company logo, or transitions or animations to a Slide Master and they all apply automatically to any slides that use that Slide Master.
Thursday December 16, 2010 at 9:34am
PowerPoint Tip Animating your charts in PowerPoint 2007 Charts can be colourful and effective in displaying data, and you can bring them to life on a PowerPoint slide by animating the chart bit by bit: column by column or bar by bar. For example, if you have a column chart, you can present the chart so that each column is introduced one at a time, wiping upwards from the bottom. This is how you do it: Click onto the column chart on the slide, to select it; On the Animation tab, select Custom Ani....