Tutorials

PowerPoint Slide Master

The PowerPoint Slide Master in detail

The PowerPoint “Slide Master” view allows you to create what is known as a master slide. This master slide then acts as a template for all the other slides in the presentation. The advantage of this is that all of the items in the template are automatically transferred to all of the other slides, so you don’t need to copy images, logos, designs or font formats onto each slide one by one.

Insert a Word document into PowerPoint

Insert a Word document into PowerPoint: how to

Word and PowerPoint both belong to the Microsoft Office package. There is the possibility to insert a Word document into PowerPoint. To do this, the presentation software offers two options. We’ll explain the benefits of both, and how to insert a Word document into PowerPoint in a few simple steps.

The most useful Photoshop shortcuts

The most useful Photoshop shortcuts

Endless clicking through the many menus when working with Photoshop is a major disadvantage for users of the photo editing software giant. But thanks to certain Photoshop shortcuts, users have the option of employing keyboard combinations to skip straight to certain actions. We’ve compiled the best of these Photoshop tricks for Windows and Mac OS here.

PowerPoint: Presenter view

PowerPoint Presenter view: here’s how to present properly

With more lectures and talks going digital, PowerPoint’s Presenter view has proven a handy feature. Digital tools make it easy to visually support a long speech, and Presenter view is a great choice to this end. Find out how to get the most out of Presenter view in PowerPoint.

XLSX to XLS

Converting XLSX to XLS quickly and easily

How do you convert XLSX to XLS? Sometimes an Excel spreadsheet is sent to you in the wrong file format. The easiest way to allow you to work with the information is by converting it into the correct format. You can either convert XLSX to XLS directly in Excel or use an external converter.

COUNTIF in Excel

Practical functions in Excel: COUNTIF explained

What is COUNTIF? With Excel, Microsoft provides a helpful spreadsheet program. The application combines numerous functions – most of which many users are unaware of. It therefore makes all the more sense to learn more about it and use the program for more than just creating tables. The COUNTIF function helps you create statistics, for example. We explain clearly how to use COUNTIF correctly in...

Gantt chart in Excel

Gantt chart in Excel – it’s this easy!

A Gantt chart is a useful tool in project management. Using this graphic, teams are able to quickly gain an overview of the timing of tasks. To be able to create this kind of chart, however, you don’t necessarily need any kind of specialist software. You can also create a Gantt chart in Excel without any difficulties. We’ll explain step-by-step how it works.

Windows 10 split screen

Windows 10: split your screen with your mouse or shortcuts

When you use two or more programs at the same time, the back and forth between them can be tiresome and ineffective. Luckily, there’s a practical solution to this in Windows 10: split screen mode. With split screen, two windows can be presented in one half of the monitor (or four programs for a quarter of the monitor). We’ll show you how to split your screen in Windows 10 using your mouse or...

Windows 8 startup programs

Changing startup programs in windows 8: A step-by-step guide

The programs in your startup folder run automatically when you turn on your computer. Every operating system has a startup folder – Windows 8 is no exception. Microsoft often decides which programs run automatically at startup. But some programs add themselves to the startup folder without you realising it. You can change the startup folder at any time. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how.


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