Split table at top of document + B66: If you've got a table at the top of your Word document, but you'd like some text above it just position the cursor at the beginning and press [Enter]. An empty line is inserted before the table. #Word #Microsoft
Insert date in Word: Save time in #Microsoft #Office365 with keystrokes when your hands are on the keyboard anyway. Insert the date in Word by press Alt+N then D, select the format with the arrow keys then Enter to finish.
Double-click empty place in Message list to create a new email: If your inbox is short enough you can quickly create a new message by double-clicking the empty space below the list of messages. This works in any folder, as long as there is a space at the bottom. #Outlook
Alt + enter to make a line-break in a cell: If you want to type separate lines of text in a cell in #Excel type Alt+Enter to put in a line break. For example you can type an address per the image.
Don't type start/finish dates in Project: If you use Microsoft Project we can tell you how to avoid using it like Excel. EG: Don't type start and finish dates but let project calculate them for you. See www.blackswantraining.co.uk
Repetition is a valuable learning tool: We don't apologise for repeating these tweets - repetition is an important learning tool - how many times do you need to read it in order to remember it?
Split table at top of document (press return): How do you get text above the table that you've put at the top of your #Word document? Put your cursor at the beginning and press Enter and a blank line will be inserted above the table. #Office365
Create a table in OneNote: Creating a table in #OneNote is easy, type in your first content and the press tab to create a two column table. Press Tab again to add a column and press Enter to start a new row. #Microsoft
Windows favourites: The Quick Access folders are your favourite folders in Windows and appear at the top of the folder list. Add a folder by right-clicking it and choosing Pin to Quick Access #Microsoft #Windows
Create an appointment quickly: Don't waste time clicking New Appointment in #Outlook just highlight the timeslot and type in the subject, press Enter and it's done! Press Enter a second time to open the appt for further edits. #Office365
Outlook favourites: Add folders to your Favorites in Outlook so they are quick to get to by right-clicking them and choose Add to Favorites. #Microsoft
Add to QAT: The Quick Access Toolbar is the little row of icons at the top-left of #Excel #Word etc. Add icons to it by right-clicking the command on the ribbon and picking Add to Quick Access Toolbar.
Shift + scroll to expand/collapse a group in Outlook: Most people have their #Outlook Inbox grouped under headings (Today, Yesterday, etc). Hold down Shift and roll the mouse wheel to collapse or expand them. #Office365