Regardless of which version of Outlook you use, drag sticky notes to your desktop to always have a virtual sticky note available at your disposal. This video shows you how to create new sticky notes, how to place them on your desktop, how to make new notes off the old notes, recolor them, and how to copy/paste into them from other applications such as the internet.
A pivot table allows you to quickly summarize and analyze large amounts of data by dragging and dropping column headers around and then moving them again to pivot data to view it differently, similar to a Rubik’s cube.
Have you ever gone to an event where there was a self-running digital photo album running in the background? This video shows you how to build one using PowerPoint any version from 2003 to the newest version. We are using 2010 but it works in any version of PowerPoint. In this sample we will put together a slide show of several photographs put to music and have it looped so it will run continuously at a kiosk or at our event.
Quick Steps are new to Outlook 2010. They are designed to make it easy to perform multiple actions at once such as creating a task out of an email message like our video demonstrates. In our sample scenario, we take an incoming email from our tenant and turn that message into a task then remove the message from the inbox and file it in the "rental" folder all in one click.