You probably use Microsoft Word regularly for your personal or private business documents. But how well do you know its capabilities? You may be missing out on a few tricks that could help you be more productive.
Have you ever felt frustrated with Microsoft Project? Are you able to get the tool to do what you want? In my experience as a trainer, I’ve found very few people can answer ‘yes’ to this question. But with the proper training, knowledge and understanding of a few rules and options that control the tool’s behaviour, your frustrations can be reduced.
I use Microsoft Outlook every day as a time management tool and to manage my busy schedule. The following 10 top tips save me time and ensure that I never lose attachments or miss an appointment or meeting. I believe they can also work wonders for you!
I use Microsoft OneNote as a place for all my work and personal notes. OneNote can store many types of content like spreadsheets, documents, images, video and audio files. As I travel to and from different locations for my work, I have found using OneNote on my mobile enables me to type notes “on the fly”. These notes are automatically synced to my computer so I can view them wherever I am working.
They say “a picture speaks a thousand words” so why not add a few images to your next PowerPoint presentation to make it more engaging? I will show you how to do the following with images in PowerPoint 2010:
Images are very powerful communication tools, but when it comes to presenting information, we often completely forget that and go right ahead with filling our slides with loads of text. In the process we often bury the message, leaving us with a lacklustre and unengaging presentation which our audience instantly forgets