PowerPoint works great on your own computer and monitor but you enter murky waters the moment you want to take your killer presentation to a customer premise and give a presentation on, often, unknown presentation equipment – such as a …
This is such as a good tip, originally from Lynda Morris, of NicLyn Consulting, that I have expanded on it a little and include it here to share it with others.
If you often type the same sequence of data into Excel you may have concerns over consistency of data, as it can be easy to mistype a phrase, or word when working with large lists. If you then utilise macros or other data valuation tools your calculations could be thrown out due to inconsistent entries.
Fortunately, this can be easily resolved by setting up a Data Validation function of type List. To get started create a list of each unique word you want to use in your list, for example take the following department list: Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Quality Control, Warehouse, Despatch, Goods Inward, Logistics Support, and Production.
If you have concerns over the privacy of some of your data – you could utilise Windows built-in encryption and decryption feature, EFS (Encrypting File System). In this article we’ll talk introduce the basics on how to do it.
Uninstalling some applications in Windows doesn’t always remove remnants, one of these remnants can lurk in the File, New section of Windows Explorer. This is driven by a sub-key in the registry for various file types and if set causes the extension to be included for the quick creation of new documents. Over time, it can soon fill up.