Click the Portfolio Keyboard shortcuts link to download my entire collection of keyboard shortcuts. Please note that you will need an updated version of Adobe flash to view the content. If you can’t get the link to download, then you can … Continue reading
Control + Semicolon to enter today’s date Control + Shift + arrow key to select range of cells Control + Tab to switch between workbooks F4 to repeat formatting Control + C to copy Control + V to paste Control … Continue reading
Download my favorite QuickBooks keyboard shortcuts. QuickBooks Keyboard Shortcuts for the PDF copy. QuickBooks Keyboard Shortcuts for the Word copy. My favorite is “A” to make a report for all. I also like “T” for today.
Download my Visio keyboard shortcuts. Visio Keyboard Shortcuts for the PDF format. Visio Keyboard Shortcuts for the .DOCX format.
Well today marks 1 year since my very first post on this blog about Excel 2010 Sparklines. I thought I’d share with you the top 10 posts. Excel Budget Template Excel Keyboard Shortcuts Create a Parameter Query in Access 2010 … Continue reading
Here are some of my SkyDrive links to download my Microsoft Office training files. The folder is set for public, which means you can access the files from any machine with Internet. Click here to download all my files. Click one … Continue reading
OneNote is one of my favorite office software productivity tools. I like that I can create a digital notebook that follows me where I go. With a Microsoft Skydrive account, I can sync my notebook from my PC to my Ipad. … Continue reading
Work faster and smarter with these Outlook keyboard shortcuts. Download the Outlook Shortcuts PDF Download the Outlook Shortcuts .DOCX My favorite Outlook tip: Drag an email to the mini-calendar in the To-Do bar to quickly merge an email to a calendar … Continue reading
Download my favorite Microsoft Access keyboard shortcuts. This is a simple 1 page document that you can use as a reference. Access Keyboard Shortcuts Happy shortcutting!
Here’s a helpful PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts guide. I like using F5 to run the slide show and the F4 key to repeat formatting. Another good one is Control + M to insert a new slide. Go ahead and click PowerPoint Keyboard … Continue reading