Keyboard Shortcuts in Outlook

Did you know there are shortcuts for common actions in Outlook? Instead of hunting for the right buttons, just hit these keyboard shortcuts. Create a new email: Ctrl + Shift + M Send an email: Ctrl + Enter Reply to an email: select email and hit Ctrl + R Create an appointment: Ctrl + Shift + A Create a new meeting request: Ctrl + Shift + Q If you’ve never used these shortcuts before, you might be asked to confirm to the shortcut for that action (see image below). Are you an Outlook power user? Check out the full list of available keyboard shortcuts here.Read More →

Track Changes Microsoft Word

Did you know that Microsoft Word has built in tools to track your changes, edits, and comments while you’re reviewing a document? If you want to return an edited document to someone with your changes highlighted, and so they can accept or reject or your suggested changes, Track Changes is for you. How to Turn On Track Changes To use Track Changes, all you need to do is turn it on when you open a Word document and before you start editing. Go to Review on the Ribbon. In the Tracking group in the middle, click the Track Changes button and from the drop-down selectRead More →

Microsoft Edge PDF View

used with permission from Windows Blogs by Elana Pidgeon Did you know that the built-in PDF viewer in Microsoft Edge received several new, useful features with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update? With the latest feature updates, you can now do a lot more with your PDF in Microsoft Edge like, customize different views, take notes, and even have your PDF read aloud to you! Check out all that the PDF viewer in Microsoft Edge has to offer: Text highlighting and handwritten notes Annotations in the browser is now extended to PDFs as well. Look for the “Add notes” button next to browser address bar toRead More →