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POWERPOINT - Effective and Attractive Charts

As part of the Microsoft Office Suite, PowerPoint integrates nicely with Excel to create powerful and meaningful charts for your presentations.  In today's blog, we'll explore how to make the most of your charts, ensuring your intended message i...PowerPont-Chart-Highlight
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Microsoft Word – Setting your own defaults

Are you getting tired of looking at the same font every time you open your word document?  Do you find you change the same display/page set-up settings on a regular basis?  Today, I’d like to show you how to set your Microsoft Word defaults...Word 2011 (Mac) Font Dialogue
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Microsoft Word Formatting – Cleaning up someone else’s mess

Messy file formatting is usually the result of using Direct Formatting inconsistently in a small document (500-1000 words), or EVERYWHERE in a larger document (manuscripts, manuals, essays, etc.)  Using direct formatting in a larger document mak...

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Microsoft Word Formatting – The Basics

We’ve received a number of enquiries about formatting issues that occurs in essentially every version of Microsoft Word.  Inherent formatting is not necessarily an issue when the document is formatted appropriately from start to finish; however,...Word_Styles_Screen_Shot
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Survey says: "Sitting through software training is painful".

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    Chippewas of Rama First Nation

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