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Create Better PowerPoint Presentations

Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular choice among professionals in all industries for delivering engaging presentations that are easy to navigate and share with others. PowerPoint is full of tons of different tools that help people create impactful presentations exerting a fraction of the effort that you would probably expect. If PowerPoint is a tool you find yourself using even just once a month, you may benefit from knowing about these helpful PowerPoint tips.

Microsoft Word Features You May Not Know About

Microsoft Office is one of the most commonly-used programs in U.S. companies and proficiency in these programs is still commonly asked for in high-ranking positions. The need to be proficient in Microsoft Word isn't going away anytime soon. If you spend a good portion of your day in Word, you should take the time to make sure you're getting the most out of this tool. Word may have some new bells and whistles you may not have learned about since when you first started using the tool 20 years ago.

Your Next PowerPoint Presentation Made Quick and Easy

If you create PowerPoint presentations frequently in your role, you know that creating a presentation that's professional and engaging can take up a TON of time.

PowerPoint is no different from any other Microsoft program in that it has a whole "secret menu" of hacks that the average user doesn't know about or take advantage of. We've listed our top Microsoft PowerPoint hacks here.

Read on to save time making your next presentation clean, professional, and interesting to watch.

 

6 Excel Tricks That Will Save You Time

Whether you use Microsoft Excel all day for your staff accounting job or you only dust it off once in a while for data analysis, there are probably some time-saving tips and tricks you don't even know about. That's what makes using this complex software such an enriching experience, there are always ways to improve your skills and get work done faster.
 
The vast majority of users are not using Excel to its full potential. By really diving in and adding some hacks to your repertoire, you can advance your career and add immense value to your company.
 

3 Things to Consider as you Get Ready to Upgrade to Windows 11

On October 5th, 2021, Microsoft officially rolled out its newest version of the Windows Operating System. While there are undoubtedly many great updates to give users a more uniform experience between work and life, you may be wondering what you need to know from an IT perspective.

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