Like a child’s messy bedroom – maybe your cluttered desktop needs to be preserved so you know where everything is. But with Windows 11 you can have the best of both worlds. Watch this video to see how you can switch between clean and cluttered ...
In the olden days, to make a screenshot you’d have to find the ‘Print Screen’ button on your keyboard and then paste it into Paint to save it. We can now show you a much faster way of capturing snippets of your screen.
If you’ve found a piece of text on one device, but would like to use it on another, you can now magically copy and paste it across. We show you how to save time and stop re-typing content (currently only available on Android phones)
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 is great for calculations with formulas. But if you find your head spinning trying to remember how they work, we have the ultimate Excel hack for you. This video shows you how to do super-fast sums without formulas.
Do you find yourself typing duplicate words or numbers into Excel? You can speed up this process by using the clever Flash Fill feature. It’ll save you from typing out the same info multiple times. Here’s how to use it.
Sometimes in an Excel document the column sizes need to be adjusted so you can see the data clearly. Rather than trying to change all the column and row sizes manually, we show you how to do it in just a few clicks.
If your Excel document is very long, it can take a lot of scrolling to get back to the top. Find out how to do it quickly, without moving the mouse or endless scrolling. It’s a shortcut you’ll use over and over.
Excel is great for looking at lots of data, but when you can’t see the column or row headers, you have to scroll back and forth to check what the data means. Did you know there’s a great time saver which can lock the headers in place? Here’s ...
Have you ever needed to make a PowerPoint presentation based on a Word doc? Don’t waste hours cutting and pasting. Instead use our next-level PowerPoint tip to automatically turn your Word document into a presentation. Here’s how.
If you want all the elements of your PowerPoint slide to line up, but don’t want to spend ages moving them about and trying to make them symmetrical, this video is for you. We show you how to make everything line up perfectly, in just a few ...
You’ve created the perfect PowerPoint presentation… only for it to look terrible when it’s opened by someone who doesn’t have the same fonts. Now your slides can look perfect on any device. Here’s how.
When you’re presenting in PowerPoint, how do you focus the audience’s attention? In this video we show you how to quickly change the standard pointer, so everyone’s attention stays exactly where you want it.
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.
Have you ever been on an important Teams call, only to be interrupted by your children or pets in the background? We’ve used a famous viral video moment to demonstrate how to quickly turn off your camera.
Got a video call but your room isn’t appropriate for work? Did you know you can blur your background or change it entirely in Teams? Here’s how to make your backdrop look professional, without having to do any tidying.
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.
If you spend a lot of time searching through menus and tools in Word, then your life is about to become a lot easier. Here’s how to create your own Quick Access Toolbar, so you can get to the tools and settings you use most often with just one click.
Sometimes when you’re writing an important Word document, it’s too easy to be distracted by all the menus and buttons. Did you know you can remove the clutter from Word and put it into Focus mode... with just one click? Here’s how.
Having your national holidays in your Outlook calendar is really useful. But if you also have clients and colleagues in other parts of the world, then knowing their national holidays is important too. Using this Outlook setting, you’ll be ...
Juggling multiple personal and professional Outlook calendars can be overwhelming. Using this really simple function, you can see all your calendars on a single screen. Never miss a meeting or double book yourself again.
The average person receives over 120 emails every day at work. That’s over 120 annoying notifications to distract you and your colleagues. You probably hear that sound in your dreams… not anymore. Here’s how to make the email notification ...
Instant messenger apps are great, but you’ll still need to send important team emails. In Outlook you can do this with just one click (and without forgetting anyone) by setting up a team email function.
You know what they say, out of sight, out of mind. That isn’t such a good thing when it comes to important email folders. Keep your priority folders prominent in Outlook so they’re always at the top of your list.
Pack that sunscreen and put on those sunglasses, because it’s time for a getaway. Just one thing left to do and that’s switch on your Out of Office. Let customers and colleagues know you’re away and who they should contact.
Who has the time to manually create new email contacts? If you’re still relying on old emails or autocomplete, we have just the thing for you. Here’s how to create a new contact quickly and keep your contacts up to date.
Prevent an overwhelming inbox by sorting your emails at a glance. You can arrange them by client, colleague, theme or urgency… whatever works best for you. Eye-catching designs make sure you’re able to see important emails at a glance.
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