Glide Training

May 2012

Software Secrets: My process for Word headers & footers in sections

Written by Jane Hames

In Microsoft Word, Headers and Footers are a great way of being able to set the same information to appear at the top and bottom of every page in the document. Common examples of this are the page number, date, company name, copyright, titles or file location.

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Tip for working with tables in Word

Written by Jane Hames

I often get asked this question: “I’ve inserted a table at the top of my Word document but now I can’t seem to get above the table: how can I click above the table to type my heading?”

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How-To Guide: Reduce document size by compressing pictures

Written by Jane Hames

Do you insert pictures into Word Documents, PowerPoint Presentations (or even Excel Workbooks)? Do you need to email those documents? If so, it is worth learning how to use the very simple Compress Pictures feature which will reduce the file size. It only takes a minute and works a treat!

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Excel How-To Guide: Sorting (without messing up your data!)

Written by Jane Hames

OK, hands up who thought they knew how to sort a list in Excel and then totally messed up their data? My hand is up! I ask my workshop participants that question and I can’t think of an occasion when no-one has admitted to making the same mistake. Many of Excel’s most useful features are not obvious. Below are some hints for sorting data in Excel:

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