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Getting Started with Google Docs

October 8, 2012 Google Docs  No comments

Do you find it puzzling to modify documents when working on a group project? Do you get confused which is the most recent update? Learn how to utilize Google Docs to create mistake-free, easy updatable documents for group project use. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at questions@pbttinfo.com.

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Organize By Color Using Outlook 2007

October 1, 2012 Outlook  No comments

When you’re getting tens or even hundreds of emails per day, sometimes it’s hard to catch the most important ones. In order to be able to easily see emails from important sources, one method is to use color – colored text will catch your eye and safeguard against missing those crucial messages. If you have any questions, as always, feel free to email us at questions@pbttinfo.com.

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Conditional Formatting in Excel: Make Your Life Easier!

September 24, 2012 Excel  No comments

Conditional formatting is a great way to make your life easier with Excel. All you’re basically tell it to do is, “If this is the case, then do this.” Let’s see how one form of conditional formatting works. If you have any questions, as always, feel free to email us at questions@pbttinfo.com.

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Quick Access Toolbar: Move, Customize & Add Buttons for Macros

September 17, 2012 Excel  No comments

Setting up easier ways to complete a project in Excel can be challenging. Did you know that with a few clicks of your mouse you can provide yourself small icons in the “Quick Access Toolbar” for easy navigating?
In this tutorial, you will learn how to relocate your quick access toolbar below your ribbon and how to add icons, specifically an icon for a macro you’ve created, to your quick access toolbar.

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Excel Formatting: Learn How to Easily Format Cells on Your Spreadsheet

September 11, 2012 Excel  No comments

How did my supervisor get all of those decimal places to show up in that cell? What about the percent signs? Can I switch formats? How does it all work?

If you’re unsure of the answers to any of the questions above, this is the tutorial for you. Let’s look at different formatting styles and methods – you’ll learn some shortcuts to keep up with your colleagues and to make the data say exactly what you want. If you have any questions, as always, feel free to email us at questions@pbttinfo.com.

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Make PowerPoint Your Wingman!

September 4, 2012 PowerPoint  No comments

Maybe you know exactly how to put together the perfect PowerPoint presentation, but if you’re not sure how to present it correctly, your audience may not respond as well as you’d hoped. In this brief tutorial, you will find some expert advice on the mechanics of giving the actual presentation in front of an audience. If you have any questions, as always, feel free to email us at questions@pbttinfo.com.

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How to Present Effectively with MS PowerPoint: Top Tips!

August 22, 2012 PowerPoint  No comments

Learn a few but key tips on how to present effectively using MS PowerPoint!

Not everyone can create and present an effective PowerPoint presentation. Let’s look at some pointers from our experts on how to make your presentation the best that it can possibly be.

If you have any questions, as always, feel free to email us at questions@pbttinfo.com.

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Excel Fromatting Tips: Keys to Perfectly Set-up Your Worksheets

July 26, 2012 Excel  2 comments

We may all know the basics in Excel, but here are a few examples that may not be second nature, and they should be. If you make sure you follow these tips with every worksheet, your more complex calculations, sorting, filtering, and even pivot tables will run smoothly. If you have any questions, as always, feel free to email us at questions@pbttinfo.com.

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