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Tracy van der Schyff

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Why users are not adopting Microsoft | Office 365

So now that I've got your attention: It's not 'new' cloud technologies, or #Microsoft, #Office365 or the #Cloud 's fault, because the software is not 'intuitive' enough, or because your users are just difficult... it's YOU and by that I... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Office 2019 or Office 365 ProPlus – that is the question

I've been an #Office365 user for so long and I'm spoilt to the point, where I don't even remember what "I didn't have before". Here I was thinking that Office 2019 is the same as ProPlus. Nope - look at... Continue Reading →

Turn off the Start Screen in #Microsoft #Office

Are you tired of seeing that Start Screen in #MicrosoftOffice first, then you have to click on new document to open the application? Well I was as well, so here's another tip for you to save a couple of minutes... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 334: Change the color of hyperlinks in #PowerPoint

Yay!! Brand new to #PowerPoint you can now change the hyperlink color - everywhere. That means different hyperlink colors on different slides. Yes I am aware that you could change all the hyperlink colors before by editing the Design Variants,... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 327: Go to the #Office365 Roadmap for some Inspiration

We all have days where we've had enough of IT or just want to give up. So when you're being a bit miserable, head over to the Office 365 Roadmap site and take a look at all the awesome stuff... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 325: Add #SharePoint team site News in a #MicrosoftTeams channel

This is Awesome!! Now the news that you publish on your #SharePoint site can be cross-published to a channel in your #MicrosoftTeam. This really is great news for bringing communications and processes / tools together. I would love the ability... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 324: See the Tracking on Meetings you didn’t schedule in Outlook

We know that only one person can schedule a meeting in Outlook, and that can be frustrating when you need to track and help with the scheduling. Sometimes we just need to see who's accepted / declined to make other... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 323: Wish you had a PA that could read your emails to you?

In April 2018 they released "Listen to your Emails" for Office 365. This can be a great time saver if you're physically busy with something else, but want an overview of a mail that's come in. AND you'll save money... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 248: Speed up data capture by using Auto Fill in #Microsoft Excel

Auto Fill is a great way to very quickly populate data in series. Think days of the week, months of the year or even series of numbers. Simply drag the corner or double click to auto fill next to an... Continue Reading →

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