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How to Highlight Text in PowerPoint [5 Ways]

You can highlight text in PowerPoint in many different ways. If you’re an Office 365 subscriber, Text Highlight Color is available on the Home tab in the Ribbon. For everyone else, you’ll need to use other strategies if you want to highlight text …

10 More Excel Pivot Table Shortcuts

Since pivot tables are one of the most powerful tools in Microsoft Excel for summarizing data, we’ve compiled a list of 10 more keyboard shortcuts for pivot table users.

10 Great Excel Pivot Table Shortcuts

Check out these 10 great Excel pivot table keyboard shortcuts. You can use standard shortcuts using the Control key or use Alt to access the Ribbon and create pivot tables in different ways.

How to Turn Off Automatic Text Resizing in PowerPoint

PowerPoint’s Autofit feature is set to automatically resize text in text boxes or placeholders. To stop this, you can turn off Autofit settings for all PowerPoint presentations on your computer or for a specific text box or placeholder.

How to Create 3D References in Microsoft Excel

You can use 3D references in Excel formulas to calculate across multiple worksheets that are structured in the same way. A 3D reference refers to the same cell or range of cells on multiple worksheets.

How to Freeze Row and Column Headings in Microsoft Excel

As many Excel worksheets can become quite large, it can be useful to freeze row and column headings so that they are locked in place when you scroll through your worksheet. In Excel, you can freeze both row headings and column headings or just one.

10 Excel Tips for Working with the Subtotal Feature

You can insert subtotals in Microsoft Excel data sets or lists using the Subtotal feature. Check out these 10 great tips which include showing and hiding subtotals, formatting subtotals, copying only subtotals and grand totals and more …

5 Awesome Excel Chart Shortcuts

If you create a lot of charts in Excel, you’re probably looking for shortcuts to speed up creation and formatting. Here are 5 useful shortcuts you can use with your Excel charts.

10 More Excel Pivot Table Shortcuts

Since pivot tables are one of the most powerful tools in Microsoft Excel for summarizing data, we’ve compiled a list of 10 more keyboard shortcuts for pivot table users.

How to Add Notes in PowerPoint Files

You can add notes or speaker notes in your PowerPoint files using the Notes pane in Normal view. Notes may be viewed by a presenter during a presentation and may be printed as well. When you create your PowerPoint slides, you can add, edit and format notes.

How to Change the Measurement System in Microsoft Word

You can easily change the measurement system units in Microsoft Word for all of your documents. If you’d prefer to work in inches rather than centimeters (or vice versa), simply change the measurement system in Word’s Options.

How to Easily Export Microsoft Access Data to Excel

Microsoft Access includes an export wizard that can be used to export tables, queries, forms or reports easily to Excel. It’s common to have many users in an organization using Excel so data in Excel format can work well.

Auto vs Manual Scheduling in Microsoft Project

In newer versions of Microsoft Project, you have the option of scheduling tasks using manual or auto scheduling. In earlier versions, Microsoft Project used auto scheduling which takes advantage of Project’s scheduling engine to schedule tasks.

How to Create a Timeline in Microsoft Project

Timelines are a great way to view key tasks and milestones in a project. You can add tasks to a timeline and then format it any way you’d like. Copy a timeline into an email or Word or PowerPoint file to present the timeline.

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