Monthly Archives: July 2014

Microsoft Project – resourcing in a master plan

If you combine two or more Microsoft Project files into a master project and have used the same local resources within the plans, you will discover if you look at the resource sheet that the resource names are duplicated. You … Continue reading

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Sorting data in Excel is messing up my rows!

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I had a call from a client to say that several people were using the same worksheet, and somehow when the records were sorted, the records were no longer altogether with rows going astray. If you…

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Microsoft Project 2013 – changing defaults for saving

When using Project 2013, it can be a bit frustrating, if you always want to save to somewhere on My Computer because by default, the package assumes you want to save to the SkyDrive or OneDrive. To change this setting, … Continue reading

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Doing calculations in Word forms

If you have created a Word form, in which people need to enter numbers, you may like a calculation such as a total or an average to be automatically created for you. To add the boxes on the right hand … Continue reading

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Using the Autofill Handle in Excel

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If you want to input the months of the year into an Excel worksheet, just type in January, then move your mouse pointer to the bottom right of the cell until the cursor changes to a thin…

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Adding a logo to all slides in a PowerPoint presentation

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To add a logo to all slides in a presentation: Using Office 2007: Click the View tab, then in the Presentation Views section, click Slide Master. You will be put into the Slide master view. Any…

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Deleting autosuggested names in To box in Outlook

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My husband has recently sent a couple of e-mails to my secondary account that I don’t check very often. It would be better for him (and for me) if that e-mail address didn’t show up when…

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