Did you know that Microsoft produce quick start guides for Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and OneNote that go some way towards helping people with common tasks and give a nice overview of the software.
So we have put together some of our favourite keyboard short-cuts from Photoshop, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator and more.
Simply print out the cheat sheet, fold along the lines, stick the ends together and you have an Adobe quick reference card.
Even though the word ‘digital’ is completely inserted in our daily routine, sometimes people are still resistant change. Sometimes it is just a question of realising how convenient the modern technologies can be. This is the case with ‘Digital Courseware’ and e-books in general. Microsoft courses are a great example of it. About five years ago Microsoft decided to distribute courseware primarily in electronic format and have seen great improvements as a result.
One of the world's most popular text editors – Microsoft Word – has benefited from more updates than you may have noticed. It means more features focus on usability for the end-users. Being aware of these new updates can aid you in improving your documents and reports in an easier and more efficient way. The most recent updates are the “Welcome Back” and “Smart Lookup” which we will have a look in this blog post.
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