#TipTuesday: Voting via Email

Learn how to use the voting feature in Microsoft Outlook in this week’s Happy Computers Summer School two minute video! Creating a poll via email makes it easy for you to find out people’s preferences and make decisions. In Nicky’s video above, you will learn how to create a poll, either with Outlook’s suggested Accept/Reject, orRead more

#TipTuesday: Adding Hotspots to PowerPoint Presentations

Learn how to add hotspots to your presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint in this week’s Happy Computers Summer School two minute video! Hotspots are hyperlinks within your PowerPoint presentations. Rather than adding text or buttons, you can make an image a link directly for a more stylish and professional looking presentation. In Nicky’s example above, you’ll notRead more

#TipTuesday: Track Changes in Word

Learn how to use Track Changes in Microsoft Word in this week’s Happy Computers Summer School time saving two minute video! The Track Changes feature is invaluable when making several people are making changes to a document in Word, or if you are checking and proof reading a document for someone else. It allows you toRead more

#TipTuesday: Using VLOOKUP

Learn how to use the VLOOKUP function to cross-reference data in this week’s Happy Computers Summer School time saving two minute video! The VLOOKUP function, or Vertical Look Up, is an easy way to show and automatically fill in the information you need. In our example above, Nicky will show you how to use this useful tool toRead more

#TipTuesday: Create a Pivot Table

Learn how to create a Pivot Table in this week’s Happy Computers Summer School time saving two minute video! Pivot Tables are a fantastic way to easily sort and analyse your data in Excel. It’s a quick way to see the full picture, as well as being a more attractive way to present a lot of data andRead more

#TipTuesday: CountIf function

Learn how to use the CountIf function in this week’s Happy Computers Summer School time saving two minute video! CountIf allows you to count all the cells that have a given value. For example, if you wanted to count the number of products sold in a certain colour, or the number of sales in a particularRead more