Things You Didn't Know About Outlook
Here are some great tips to enable you to use MS Outlook in a new and interesting way:
Have your Inkjet print pages in the right order!
In Word 2003, if you go to Tools, Options and on the Print tab check the box that says “reverse print order”, your pages will be printed from the last to the first so when you pick them up, they are in order. For Word 2007, from the Office button, Word Options, choose Advanced and scroll down to Print options to find the “reverser print order” button.
Alternatively, if you don’t want to change these, just tell your printer to print from page 8 to 1 and it will come out properly…
Alternatively, if you don’t want to change these, just tell your printer to print from page 8 to 1 and it will come out properly…Excel Tip A quick keyboard shortcut that enables you to select a range of cells: The cells cannot be blank but must contain something (text, numbers, symbols). If the range of cells are running down a column, click to select the top cell and then hold down Ctrl plus the Shift button and press the â arrow key on your keyboard. All the cells containing data will be selected and it stops as soon as it hits an empty cell. This is great for selecting things which run onto several screens. If you want to do this for a group of cells running across a row, follow the same procedure but use the à arrow key. I use this one almost daily. I never recommend you select an entire row or column if you want to use fill colour or borders so this is a way to just select the cells you want to affect.
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