This is a neat trick that I encountered while browsing the web: If you need to select a part of a text from a Word document you can simply press ALT and drag your pointer of the part of the text you want to select…Cool.
The new Microsoft Office ribbons are an interesting feature, yet they take up additionalscreen real estate. A small,yet nifty trick will allow you to hide the ribbons and un-hidethem when needed: Simply double click the label of a ribbon. Once you do so, the document you are working on receives the additional screen real estateand the ribbon can be brought back into view by clicking the label of the ribbon you need. Once the option that you want to use has been clicked and you return to your document theribbon disappears. To bring the ribbon back simply double click the … Continue reading Playing with Office ribbons
I never cease to be amazed by the shear amount of keyboard shortcuts that areavailable for use in most applications. Most of us are accustomed to using themouse,yet from time to time I find myself picking up the habit of using a shortcutthat dramatically improves my productivity- the only problem is discovering theseshortcuts. So,just for the fun of it, take a look at the available keyboard combinationsfor Outlook 2007 (hopefully you will pick up a few tricks): http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP012303961033.aspx