Microsoft® Office individual programs: Top five secrets
Microsoft Office 2010 is an amazing productivity suite set with hosts of applications and programs that strive to make work easier for you. Besides enhancing your efficiency, these applications also let you to generate superb quality results with the selection of features that each one is equipped with. No matter how much you read about the features and benefits of this productivity suite, you are bound to be surprised once you practically work on it. Yes, you can be pleasantly surprised about how much you can actually explore here. Are you ready to know the top five secrets you did not know about the individual applications of Microsoft Office 2010?
Pick the one you need!
Microsoft Office 2010 has several versions that you can purchase either from the retail or from the volume licensing categories. You would usually pick a version depending on the applications that you usually use. However, did you know that in case you require just an application and not the complete suite, you could still have it? Yes, it is possible to have just one application installed on your PC to reduce the cost. In addition, it helps you to avoid cluttering of your system. You can easily download an application from the official website of Microsoft.
Shortcuts in PowerPoint
Now that you know about downloading individual Microsoft Office 2010 programs, how about knowing something significant about them? Let us suppose you have downloaded Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 and have put in loads of effort to create an interesting presentation. How can you increase your productivity? Well of course by using shortcut keys to perform tasks that may require 2 – 3 clicks. Did you know the shortest way to change fonts? Just hit the ‘Ctrl’ + ‘Shift’ + ‘F’ buttons. How could you move to the next cell? By pressing the ‘Tab’ button! If you want to know more about the shortcut keys, you could click here.
Commands and functions
Did you know that the individual Microsoft Word 2010 application has over 1855 in-built commands and functions? Imagine 1855 different ways to use the functionalities of these programs! Sure, that is quite a number considering that there were about 100 odd commands when the Microsoft Word application launched in 1983. Did you know what it was called as back then? It was called Multi-Tool Word for Xenix systems.
Excel the Excel
When we are talking about Microsoft Word 2010, how can we miss Microsoft Excel 2010? Let us unfold some of the little known secrets of this application. Did you know that the latest version of this application is Microsoft Excel 2010 (also known as Microsoft Excel 14) for Windows OS and for MAC it is Microsoft Excel 2011? You would be surprised to know that both are 11th versions for their respective operating systems.
Know about Publisher
To work efficiently on this application, you can use most shortcut keys that you use on the other applications such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. This includes completing simple tasks like creating a new folder by pressing the ‘ALT’ + ‘5’ keys, ‘ALT’ + ‘4’ to delete a file, and ‘ALT’ + ‘3’ to open the web search page.Â You can use the F7 key for checking spelling errors and ‘ALT’ + ‘Shift’+ ‘D’ to insert date. For more information on Microsoft Publisher 2010 shortcut keys, click here.
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