Easy Tips to Help Daily Tasks

This month’s productivity tips are:

  1. Outlook – working in different time zones
  2. Word – how to see 2 documents at once
  3. Excel – shortcut key for a sum calculation

+     November courses cancelled, the family has gone cruising!

 Outlook

With daylight saving now in full swing, it can sometimes be challenging to book meetings across our state borders!  Well, Outlook can help.  It has an excellent feature which allows you to see 2 time zones at once.  To turn this on,

                File > Options > Calendar > then look the heading Time Zones and I have configured mine as:


 

With the Time Zones feature turned on from the Ribbon (see image), when I make a meeting I click on Calendar > New Meeting

You will see Outlook will prompt you for which Time zone you want to book the meeting by

 

 

Word

 Real quick one here – do you need today’s date - try pressing      Alt + Shift + D

 PS: You can update the date by clicking on the update tag that is displayed when you re-open the document.  

 Excel

 Whereas in Excel, to have today’s date in a cell, try pressing         Ctrl + ;

 

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