Here is the most efficient and painless method of making sure that Copy Paste always works the way you want it to. Copy, Right click at the destination, Choose the format you want. Use keyboard shortcuts as required. Watch this one minute video to learn this powerful concept.
This is a special post for avide Adobe users. Adobe products have dark gray menus. It reduces the eye-strain. Office menus are white in color by default. And many people work on Office as well throughout the day… so how do you reduce the eye-strain? Simple.
Go to File – Options and choose Dark Gray theme. This theme was introduced in Office 2016. Office 2013 also has a gray theme but it is not as dark. See the difference for yourself.
Default Theme is white
Change it to Dark Gray theme
You can also try the Colorful theme. It changes color based upon the product.
Here is a series of articles about this commonly performed comparison.
It offers an unconventional yet practical perspective.
- Google Docs vs. MS Office: Want vs. Need – the concept with few examples
- We are doing a feature comparison. So we should know the quantification as well.
How many features does Microsoft Office have?
- Google Docs vs. MS Office: “I don’t need all these features”
This post discusses the commonest response to feature explosion in Microsoft Office
more articles coming soon …
I often mention during my sessions and posts that we have 12000+ Office features. Some of you may be wondering as to where I got that number from. Here is the list. It covers only Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote. It does not cover other Office 365 products. Source: Office Menu reference workbooks. I have actually counted the other features, like galleries and Options one-by-one, manually!
How many do you use? Post comments and let me know.
Google Docs vs. MS Office: Want vs. Need
I only use 5% features in Office. Why should I pay for the remaining 95%? Part 1 & Part 2
Office 365 Worst Practices – Part 2 – Phased Release: Underutilization by Design!
This chart is used to analyze important factors and prioritize action items. It is a combination of bar and line chart. Bar chart shows the data in descending order of importance and line chart shows cumulative percentage. It is popularly known as the 80:20 rule. We will see three ways of creating this chart using Excel.