Print a group of email messages at the same time by selecting multiple emails while holding down the Ctrl key and then selecting File > Print > Memo Style > Print.
To find your last edit, press Shift+F5.
The Clipboard keeps a copy of the past 24 items you have copied. To view (and paste) any of these items, from the Home tab, click the down arrow icon in the lower-right corner of the Clipboard group.
Mistakenly closed a workbook without saving? You can sometimes recover your work in Excel 2010. Go to File, Info, click the Manage Versions button and select Recover Unsaved Workbooks. Excel 2010 automatically keeps a copy of many (but not all) unsaved workbooks for a few days.
Use the Tab key to line up your text. Never use spaces. In most cases you will be using proportional fonts – the characters have varying widths. Therefore using spaces will not be an accurate way to line up text.
Spell check all worksheets in an Excel file. Right-click on one of the worksheet tabs. This will open a quick menu from which you can choose ‘Select All Sheets’. Press the function key F7 to begin the spell check.
Quickly insert a horizontal line in Word. Type 3 dashes — and hit your ‘Enter’ key immediately after. Try three asterisks***, three underscores___, three equal signs ===, three number signs ###, and three tildes ~~~ to change the type of line.
What is To, CC & BCC in emails? To: if it’s for their attention and action, each recipient on the To list will see the other email addresses and anyone also included in the CC list. CC: (Carbon Copy) if you are sending interested parties a copy for their information – though they are not […]
Word 2010 Tip: Navigation Pane. Word’s navigation pane (which was the Document Map) has changed. You can now move sections of a document to a different place in the file simply by dragging their headings up and down the pane. You can also right-click the heading and choose other actions from the quick menu.
Excel 2010. To highlight all the cells referenced by a formula press Ctrl+[ (that’s Ctrl and open-square-bracket). The current selection will also move to the first of the referenced cells. Press Enter, and the selection moves to the next referenced cell, continue to press Enter to move though the rest of the referenced cells.