Some time and somehow over the last couple of days, my Outlook email started showing up with the Ribbon Bar tabs appearing but none of the commands underneath them. To do anything with my email, I had to click the Messages tab to get all the related commands. Since this had One Minute Office Magic tip written all over it, I decided to figure out what I did and how to fix it.
So have you ever been working away on a Word document or Excel file, only to have the power go out or your laptop throw the Blue Screen of Death? All your work… gone.
But not necessarily… if you have AutoRecover configured in your Office programs (specifically, I’m referring to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), you will only lose a limited amount of work. Here’s how you do that…
Aligning content on a PowerPoint slide doesn’t have to be difficult…
The Recent Files list is a great way to get back to your most important files more quickly.
As a follow-up to the last PowerPoint tip, here’s how you can mark up your PowerPoint slides with an electronic “pen” when you’re presenting.
Did you know that there’s a built-in laser pointer in PowerPoint that you can use when you’re giving a presentation from your keyboard?
You can share a PowerPoint presentation to a Skype meeting already in progress.
This is a great way to pre-format an email for people.
Try these various Paste options next time you have to copy into another document.