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In Outlook when we need to schedule an Appointment or Meeting, we eventually type in the Location field for where it will be held. Outlook then suggests Rooms, Addresses and other recent places for the Appointment or the Meeting to take place. Feature which is very useful and saves a lot of time. We just type in the first couple letters of the Location and Outlook starts suggesting Meeting Rooms, Public Places from Bing, and other Places that we have used in the past. Just keep on reading to find out this exciting new feature available in Microsoft Outlook.
There are times in a Slide Show Presentation when we need Help or we are in need of a Shortcut Key to Zoom Out Of A Slide so we can impress the audience. What do we do? Well, we don’t ask the audience that’s for sure. All needed to be done is to press the F1 key on our keyboard and the rest is simple. Just keep on reading the post below to find out about Slide Show Tips & Tricks in Microsoft PowerPoint.
Many times, we create the structure of a Document in Microsoft Word, intending it to be added later in a Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation. We create its basic form; we concentrate on the ideas that we have. We take into consideration the chronological order and many other things. This is where the Outline View comes in. The Outline View is very helpful when we create Headings and Bulleted Lists. In a previous post of mine, I described How To Save Our Presentation as an Outline in Microsoft PowerPoint, post which you can find here.What happens though, when we want this Document to be inserted in a PowerPoint Presentation as an Outline, so it will keep all the formatting that we had applied? Just keep on reading the post below.
An Outline View in PowerPoint displays our Presentation as an Outline that contains all the Titles and the Main Text of each Slide. When we work in Outline view it is quite handy if we make a lot of edits in the Presentation. For example, we can rearrange the Headings, the sequence of the Slides, the sequence of the Bulleting or even apply Formatting changes in our Slides. If someone is not quite comfortable working in Outline View in PowerPoint, we can always save our Presentation as an Outline and then do all the editing in Microsoft Word. The procedure of saving our Presentation as an Outline is quite easy and will be described below.
Imagine that we have created a PowerPoint Presentation with animations, with Slide Transitions, with media, text and many other elements, and we want to Export it as a GIF and not a Video. Well, now it can be done in PowerPoint. We can easily create looping GIFS in Microsoft PowerPoint. Just follow the steps below to find out how.
Now, in Microsoft Excel we have a available a Visio Data Visualizer Add-in for us to create high quality Visio Flowcharts, Organizational Charts from the Data that we have in our Excel Spreadsheet. We just choose a diagram, modify the Data that is linked with the Chart and then Refresh the Add-in to see the changes take place. We don’t need a Visio license to use this Add-in, but if we want to edit, or print and among other things we will need a Subscription. To find out more about the Visio Data Visualizer Add-in just keep on reading the post below.