Did you know that in Word and Excel you can split the panes to view opposite ends of a document on the same screen?
- Go to the View tab on the ribbon and in the Window group select the Split option.
- In Word, once you have clicked the Spilt option a gray line will appear on your screen, move it to where you would like the split on your window and click.
- In Excel, your window will automatically split into four different sections.
- To switch between panes you can simply click into your desired pane, or you can also press F6 to change between panes.
According to data collected in the most recent U.S. Consumer Device Preference Report, nearly 63% of emails were opened on a mobile device, while only about 37% were opened on a desktop computer. With more and more people opening and sending emails on their smartphones and tablets for both personal and professional communication, your mobile email manners are as relevant as ever.
Below, we’ve compiled seven tips to ensure your mobile emails leave the best possible impression.” Read the full article called 7 crucial tips to refine your mobile
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How many times have you needed to highlight a section of text in Word and you click at the beginning and slowly start to scroll and then it just takes off and you end up having the whole document highlighted, rather than just the paragraph that you needed. Well, you can use your keyboard to highlight your text and have a little more control. It’s a very simple trick. Just place your curser at the beginning of the section you would like to highlight then press the F8 key and use your arrow keys to navigate. There is another way to navigate in the extended selection mode as well, for example, if you press “o” it will find the next “o” and automatically highlight to that point. Once you finish making your selection you will remain in the extend selection mode until you change the formatting or copy your selection.