Boost Productivity In Excel

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One of the best ways that you can boost your productivity at the computer is to learn the keyboard shortcuts for some of the most commonly used actions. Instead of grasping the mouse and clicking the Copy button, for example, you could press a couple of keys and get the same results.

Today we are going to look at some of those keyboard shortcuts in Excel.

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Boost Your Productivity With Word Shortcuts

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One of the best ways that you can boost your productivity at the computer is to learn the keyboard shortcuts for some of the most commonly used actions. Instead of grasping the mouse and clicking the Copy button, for example, you could press a couple of keys and get the same results.

Today we are going to look at some of those keyboard shortcuts in Word.

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Get Your Productivity In Order…Backed By Science

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It seems like every time I step into a bookstore, the business section has proliferated a few dozen more time management books. Unfortunately, most of these are either re-hashes of old material, or a description of what has worked for the author. Francis Wade has a new book, Perfect Time-Based Productivity, that turns this on its head.

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Boost Your Word Productivity With Styles

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This month on Mondays we are going to be looking at how a suite of tools – namely Microsoft Office – can make you more productive. Our second post in the series is one of those power user tricks that is actually really easy to use – and can save a ton of time.

One of the things I really hate to see people doing is formatting a Word document. They select text, then change the font, size, weight and color. Then they repeat it for other like text in the documents. Why do I hate to see it? Because it could be done quickly and easily with styles…and this also makes future formatting changes even easier.

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