Windows

  • Access your Office 365 Apps from anywhere

    With so many of my customers moving onto Office 365 I thought this post I shared on LinkedIn would be useful. You can use the Office Apps for Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook from any browser but of course you’ll need to know your login details. You will also have access to other useful Microsoft apps you may not have seen before so watch this space for updates!

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  • Upskill your team with Microsoft Office training

    Business owner Tracey Westbury explains the effect of using Imagine Training’s services on her business. We work with employers like you to train your workforce, helping you achieve your goals for higher productivity, quality and growth through training that is targeted to specific actions you take hundreds of times a day – and doing it faster! We offer shortcut training and work with your staff to master new features in software…

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  • Problems Using Windows 8? My Favourite Cheats – Make It Child’s Play!

    I recently bought a new laptop to replace my old one which had done excellent service and I’m delighted with it. I’d heard a few people complaining about the new operating system and saying how they found it difficult to navigate. I knew I needed to pick it up quickly so I found a few great tips which brought me up to speed quickly. The ‘Metro’ look as Microsoft calls it has lots of coloured rectangles and no sign of the Start…

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  • Windows 8 Training

    Following last week’s blog on the new Windows, I found this excellent video by Microsoft to help you get up and running with Windows RT, Windows 8 or 8.1. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/how-to If you need Live On-Line Training or Classroom Training, we are here! If you are a small business or a large corporation, change can be daunting for your employees and you don’t want to risk the loss of productivity that an upgrade can…

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  • God Mode and 7 Other Brilliant Windows 7 Features

    Aero Flip 3D You may have been used to using Alt + Tab to flick between open programs previously but in Windows 7 you can use Aero Flip by using Windows + Tab. Try it, it’s neat! Windows Button The Windows button can be opened by clicking it with a mouse or use the keyboard button. It opens a list of all programs on the PC, and these can be clicked holding the Ctrl key down and dragged onto the Taskbar or right click and select Pin to Taskbar.…

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