Presentation Tip 1: Practice out loud

Presentation Tip 1: Practice out loud

Presenting your ideas effectively in the workplace is important, especially when delivering your views in a meeting. There are a number of steps you can take to build your confidence and improve your performance but simply practising OUT LOUD remains an effective...
Microsoft Word Tip 5: Add a Table of Contents

Microsoft Word Tip 5: Add a Table of Contents

When preparing a paper, manual or report for work that involves more than one section to it, the addition of a ‘table of contents’ can help the reader get to exactly what they need. Including this roadmap also adds a polished quality to your work and can be done in a...
Microsoft Word Tip 4: Quick Charts

Microsoft Word Tip 4: Quick Charts

Visuals can make your report easier to understand and allow you to show off polished presentation skills at work. In earlier versions of Microsoft Word, you would need to link your word document to a separate Excel file to convert a simple list into a pie chart or...
Microsoft Word Tip 2: Built-in Save to PDF

Microsoft Word Tip 2: Built-in Save to PDF

There was a time when exporting your Word document to PDF required extra software that effectively pretended to be a printer. Those days are gone. Now transforming your word document file into a sleek and professional PDF can be done with three clicks of the mouse....
Microsoft Word Tip 1: Format Brush

Microsoft Word Tip 1: Format Brush

Microsoft Word has a leading share of the market for word processing software, and the odds are that you will use it at some point if you are not already. You may even use to prepare your resume for your next job. With this in mind, Contemporaries, Inc. is doing a...

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