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Manually Archive Outlook Folders

This applies to Outlook 2010 & 2013 Your Outlook mailbox can hold only so many email messages. To keep the mailbox from filling up, you can move old items you want to keep to an archive, a separate Outlook Data File (.pst) that you can open from Outlook any time you need it. By default, [...]

By | March 22nd, 2014|Office 2007 Tips, Office 2010 Tips, Office 2013, Outlook Tips|Comments Off on Manually Archive Outlook Folders

RIGHT-click from the Keyboard, NOT the Mouse

Would you like to be able to bring up a context sensitive menu ([RIGHT] click) using a key on the keyboard rather than using the mouse? Press the Menu Key or press Shift+F10 – the result is a context-sensitive menu. If you have the MENU key then it is generally located to the right of [...]

By | March 9th, 2014|Access Tips, Excel Tips, Office 2007 Tips, Office 2010 Tips, Office 2013, Outlook Tips, PowerPoint Tips, Publisher Tips, Word Tips|Comments Off on RIGHT-click from the Keyboard, NOT the Mouse

Where are my Personal Templates in Office 2013?

When I want to open a new document/workbook/presentation/publication that is based on a template that I created in an earlier version of Office, I cannot find any of my personal templates.  Are they still there and can I use them? Yes, the templates you created using earlier versions of Office are still there, but Office [...]

By | March 7th, 2014|Excel Tips, Office 2013, PowerPoint Tips, Publisher Tips, Word Tips|Comments Off on Where are my Personal Templates in Office 2013?

How do you change the color scheme for only one PowerPoint slide?

That question was asked by one of the students in a PowerPoint class I held in Hanover, NH.  We were using PowerPoint 2010.  The answer to the question is this: You must create a new Slide Master and then apply the color scheme you need for one slide to that Slide Master.  The good news [...]

By | March 2nd, 2014|Office 2010 Tips, PowerPoint Tips, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How do you change the color scheme for only one PowerPoint slide?