Wednesday January 3, 2018 at 8:44am
If 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.
Struggling 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.
Do you need a non-numbered paragraph in the middle of a numbered list? Type the whole numbered list, including the paragraph that doesn't need a number. Then place the cursor at the beginning of the text for that paragraph and press Backspace once. The number will disappear and the following numbers will adjust accordingly.
If you have the standard Navigation options: Mail, Calendar, People, Tasks at the bottom left of your Outlook screen, press CTRL+1 to switch to the first item (normally Mail), CTRL+2 for the second and so on.
Need to show someone how to complete a task on their computer when they are not with you? Try the Screen Recording feature on the Insert tab, which allows you to record a video of your screen as you demonstrate how to complete the task (PowerPoint 2013 onwards)
Are your Properties and formulas difficult to read - Access uses an 8-point font for many things, which is not always easy to read. Select the property you want to view or modify and press SHIFT+F2 to open the Zoom box where you can increase the font size temporarily.