Tuesday November 24, 2015 at 10:00am
Do you regularly dragyour mouse over text to select or highlight it ready for formatting or editing? If so, try these quick ways to select text - they will save you noend of frustration and be kinder to your wrist!Select one word Double click the word Select several words that are no adjacent to each other Hold the Ctrl key down and double click each word Select one line of text Move the mouse to the left margin, the pointer will change to an arrow, then single click Select one par....
Tuesday November 10, 2015 at 10:00am
Is Word “AutoCorrecting” toomany things? Don’t turn off the AutoCorrect feature (it is often useful) – justclick “Undo” when Word “corrects” something you don’t want it to. And rememberthe shortcut for Undo: CTRL+Z
Wednesday November 4, 2015 at 9:00am
When you use AutoFill (the small black blob at the bottom right corner of the active cell) to copy data, look for the Auto fill Options button that appears when you finish dragging. It allows you to control and change what the AutoFill does.