How To Create A Watermark

2012-07-31T15:11:49+10:00July 31st, 2012|

Why use a Watermark in a document? Adding a watermark to a document can be for a number of reasons; you may want to embed security into the document, you may just want to put in an identifier, your logo, or an instruction to the reader.  By default, a watermark will sit behind your text

How To Create An Anchor Point In A Second Document – 101

2012-06-19T18:35:23+10:00June 19th, 2012|

Creating an anchor point within a document is particularly handy if you are referring to a specific passage, table, picture or chapter in a second Word 2011 document. So that your hyperlink can find the 'anchor' point in the second document you first need to create a bookmark in the document you want to link

Creating A Hyperlink One Document To Another – 101

2012-06-12T23:05:56+10:00June 12th, 2012|

Having the ability to link from one document to another is a great tool, and if it is just for your use then you don't need to have the file you are going to link to on a shared drive.  But if you are going to be sharing your main document with other people, they

Creating A Shortened Hyperlink – 101

2012-06-05T19:58:56+10:00June 5th, 2012|

Over the next few weeks I will be doing a few EA for a Day Tips on hyperlinks and how easy they are to use.  They can turn a large awkward document into an highly professional read, linking to other documents, websites, and email addresses.  For the purpose of this blog, we are simply looking

How To Keep Your Place In An Excel Spreadsheet

2012-02-26T12:10:45+11:00February 26th, 2012|

When you have a lot of data in a spreadsheet it is easy to forget where you are. This tip explains how to highlight a cell in a row and move backwards and forward on the row and still have the row remain highlighted. Click the cell you want Shift+spacebar to highlight the entire row

Creating Your Own Style Guide

2011-09-19T17:09:59+10:00September 19th, 2011|

Leading Your Business Style If you are anything like me you have a 'style' for your business that is part of your branding. You want everything just right so that when people see the brand they instantly recognise it as you, am I right? However, you are constantly pushing an uphill battle with your team