If you have the Office 365 version of PowerPoint you can search for and insert royalty-free stock images.
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If you have several sheets set up the same way, but with different data in them, you can use Excel's Consolidate tool. Here is how: https://www.screencast.com/t/4hdFtAVk
Use Word's built-in Heading styles: Heading 1, Heading 2, etc. in your document. Click the References tab. Click the first button on the ribbon: Table of Contents and choose a type. If you want to change text in the table of contents, it is best to go to the heading in your document and change the text there. Then go … Continue reading Easy Word Table of Contents
Creating Excel PivotTables can be easier than you think. Here is a demo: Click Here
In PowerPoint 2016, use any of the standard design templates like Berlin or Ion. After your Title Slide, create a new slide with bullet points. Click on the Design tab at the top of the screen. Follow all the design choices to the right and click on the Design Ideas button. The Design Ideas pane opens up. Click on a … Continue reading PowerPoint helps us design
How to see email, a Mini-Calendar, and Task List all at once Below your email near the bottom of the screen you will see icons for your calendar and task list. Right-click on the Calendar icon and choose Dock the Peek Right-click on the Task list icon and choose Dock the Peek
The first button is to share editing your document with someone. The second button is to see the document activity: who has edited it and saved it, etc. The third button is to see comments you or other people have made about the document. Comments are also part of the Review tab. These buttons are … Continue reading New buttons for shared document editing in Word
Right-click on the File Explorer icon at the bottom of your screen to see and select frequently used Folders.
I was writing a scene in Word describing a cup of coffee and noticed that the words "dark brown" had a dotted underline. When right-clicking on "dark brown" there were suggested alternative choices of: Deep brown Mahogany Chestnut brown This happened because Word now checks for vague adjectives and clichés as part of the Grammar … Continue reading Look into Microsoft Word’s deep brown eyes