Zoom fatigue

Zoom fatigue: how to avoid getting tired during video conferences

 

The number of people working from home has increased rapidly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and so has, of course, the number of online meetings. Video conferencing is an indispensable tool in working remotely, but also comes with drawbacks. Video calls quickly...

 

Excel automatic numbering

Automatically number rows in Excel

When working with big datasets, it’s easy to lose sight of the bigger picture. If you want to add row numbering in Excel, there’s no convenient button to do so. Find out how you can easily integrate continuous numbering in Excel and adjust it to your needs.

Excel flowchart

Creating a flowchart in Excel is quick and easy

Flowcharts in Excel allow you to visualize complex processes with simple icons and arrows. Whether you’re working on a complex computer program (and want to understand the algorithm) or you’re trying to improve your team’s workflow, Excel gives you everything you need to create visually appealing flowcharts.

PowerPoint outline view

PowerPoint Outline View: how to structure your presentations

Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most popular programs out there for creating presentations. The software offers plenty of useful functions, many of which remain unused. One of these is PowerPoint’s Outline View, which lets users review and optimize the structure of their presentations. In our step-by-step guide, we’ll explain how the outline pane in PowerPoint works.

Creating a graph in Excel

How to create graphs in Excel

Long sequences of numbers can be off-putting and rarely provide quick overviews. But by creating a graph in Excel, you can ensure that everyone will immediately understand the relationships and trends you’re presenting. The Microsoft Excel spreadsheet application allows you to create many different types of charts and customize them exactly to your needs.

PowerPoint portrait view

PowerPoint: Set portrait orientation – how it works

The standard orientation for PowerPoint slides is horizontal, as this format provides the best foundation for most presentations to portray information. There is also content, however, for which a portrait orientation would be the better choice. Find out in this article what you have to do to change your presentation or individual PowerPoint slides to portrait view.

Table of contents in PowerPoint

Creating a table of contents in PowerPoint in just a few clicks

Using the popular presentation software Microsoft PowerPoint, you can create professional presentations with a wealth of features. However, as of version 2007, the PowerPoint table of contents, one of the basic elements of a presentation, has only been accessible via indirect means. We will show you how to create one in just a few steps.

Page numbers in Word

How to insert page numbers in Word

The ‘insert page numbers’ function in Microsoft Word makes it easy to number the pages of your text documents. By adding page numbers, documents are more accessible and easier to reference. In the following, we’ll explain the different page numbering options, how to insert page numbers in Word and how to start page numbering later in a document.

Excel VBA

What is Excel VBA?

VBA in Excel stands for Visual Basic for Applications. The programming language can be used to create useful Excel tools to automate recurring tasks. Excel’s VBA programming is one of the easiest ways to exchange Excel data with other Office applications such as Word or PowerPoint. Learn all the basics in our VBA tutorial.

Creating macros in Word

Word Macros: How to Create Macros in Word

Anyone who writes on a computer will regularly use Word, the word processing program from the software giant Microsoft. To simplify working with this Office application, operating steps and program commands can be automated by creating and executing “Word macros”. Read on to find out everything you need to know about macros in Word.

Word: Footnotes and Endnotes

Inserting footnotes and endnotes in Word

When you insert footnotes and endnotes in Microsoft Word, you’re able to provide supplemental context by explaining technical terms, commenting on paragraphs or adding citations to sources. These comments don’t disrupt the flow of the text because they are separate sections within a document. At the same time, they allow the reader to look up a respective passage where necessary. We’ll show you...


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