Monthly Archives: June 2012

Windows 7 Shortcuts – Speeding Up How You Work

We’re all looking for that way to make our work simpler and to do things faster yet we often curse our computers for slowing things down and that is usually down to us having to do too many clicks to … Continue reading

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Finding Your Way Around Excel 2010

Seems like the Ribbon that Microsoft have introduced in Office 2007 should have been a good idea but it seems to have confused people, I know this because my wife found the switch over difficult and I did lots of … Continue reading

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Using Excel Functions on a Mac

OK, so this one is a little specific but as both a Windows and Mac user the one thing that does frustrate me is that Excel on a Mac uses the Insert Function differently to how it works on Windows. … Continue reading

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Printing a Selection with Excel 2010

This is another one of those questions I get asked regularly “how can I print just this section in Excel?”. Thankfully the answer to this is easy and can be done in one of two ways. One is to select … Continue reading

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Copying Video from Computer to iOS Device – iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

This is a question I get asked a lot, how do I get my video from my computer to my iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. It sounds like something that should be really straightforward but it seems many of people … Continue reading

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Turning a PowerPoint Presentation into a Video

If you’ve got a PowerPoint presentation and you have added a voiceover and/or some timings it is possible to convert it into a video. This can be useful as you may want to prevent people from taking the slides from … Continue reading

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Organising Files and Folders On a Mac by Colour Coding Them

Looking through files and folders and remembering where you are up to can be really time consuming, but for some time now I have been colour coding my files so that I can see their progress. This is a great … Continue reading

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Using Evernote

Evernote is a great tool which I use all the time. As the name suggests it is good for storing notes but it is how it does it that I find useful. Most of the time I use it on … Continue reading

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Leaked Password on LinkedIn Means Changing Lots of Logins

How many of you have used LinkedIn and been concerned about how your LinkedIn account has had its password leaked and need to hurriedly change your password? Well it shouldn’t be just LinkedIn you should be worried about, many of … Continue reading

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