The Away PA provides an "on demand" secretarial and business support service in conjunction with it's online office "Head Office". To find out more about how you can take advantage of a fully supported office, anywhere, any time, visit the Head Office website or The Away PA Website or email email@example.com
or telephone 08450 527565.
Friday, 28 November 2008
In Excel spreadsheets, it is possible to use more than one text size, colour or style in the same cell, to emphasise, show secondary information or just to save space. To achieve this, first click in the cell concerned and press the F2 function key to go into cell-editing mode. Now highlight only the text to be altered and from the Formatting Toolbar, select different style, size or colour. Press the Enter key to finish and check result. Repeat the process to change results. To force text onto a new line within a cell, hold down the Alt key and press the Return key.
text or bullets in Word, or drawing objects anywhere across the Office workspace.
Instead of typing the whole web address,such as ‘www.msn.com’, just type ‘msn’and hold down the Ctrl (Control) key when you press Enter. In Internet Explorer and some other web browsers, the rest of the address will be filled in automatically.
forename stored in cell B2 to a surname stored in cell A2,use the formula:‘=B2&”“&A2’. Do include the double quotes but not the single quotes (see screenshot below). Also, be sure to put a space between the double quotes if a space is needed between the words. More names or words can be added to the same cell from other cells if need be.
Friday, 21 November 2008
Tuesday, 18 November 2008
Monday, 10 November 2008
Are you receiving documents with a file extension .docx? These .docx files are created by a newer version of Word - Word 2007. In order to open them, you will need to install an extra Microsoft Compatibility Pack - which is free. Click on the link to download.
Sunday, 9 November 2008
For Word 2003 users, launch Word and then from the Standard Toolbar at the top, select "View" and then "Task Pane". Click on the drop down arrow and select "New Document" and then underneath "Templates" click on "On My Computer". A window will open with the new template.
Alternatively, press the start button in the bottom left hand corner of your screen and select "New Office Document". A window will appear containing the new template.
For Microsoft Word 2007 users, pick "My Templates".
Click on the template and you will see a 4 page document appear. The pages are numbered consecutively but please note that page 1 is in essence the back page of the booklet and page 2 the front page. Pages 3 and 4 are the inside pages. If you need to increase the pages, they must be in muliples of 4.
Tuesday, 4 November 2008
Ctrl+b = applies bold formatting to selected (highlighted) text
Ctrl+i = applies italic formatting to selected (highlighted) text
Ctrl+c = copy selected (highlighted) text
Ctrl+v = paste selected text
Ctrl+p = send document to print
Ctrl+n = start new document
Windows key+m = minimise all open windows | Windows key+Shift+m = restores all windows
Windows key+d = return to desktop