An Icebreaker is just what it says on the tin – it’s a method used for breaking the ice, putting everyone at ease and getting an event off to a good start. They can of course go wrong but hopefully these tips might help to ensure this doesn’t happen. When to use an Icebreaker As…Details
If you receive a document or email with a link in it, it’s important to check that the link is a genuine link before you click on it. Some links that you receive may be disguised as a link to the website the document relates to but when you click the link you may be…Details
If an email contains any of the following, please think before you open it. The items in the list below can be an indication that an email is suspicious: Bad spelling and/ or poor grammar or bad formatting – if the email is genuine the formatting, spelling and grammar will usually be correct Familiar details…Details
If you need to access Windows Explorer, the quickest method is to press the Windows key on your keyboard followed by the letter E.
Alternatively you can right click the Windows button on your taskbar and select File Explorer (2013) or Windows Explorer (earlier versions).
Sometimes you might need to enter text in one cell in Excel that appears on more than one line. When you’ve typed the text that you want to appear on the first line press ALT+Enter – this inserts a manual line break and places the cursor on the start of the next line in the…Details
If you have a smart phone running Android 2.2 or later, a Windows phone or an iPhone you can use your phone to create a Wi-Fi hotspot that can provide an Internet service for up to 5 Wi-Fi enabled devices. From the phone’s Home screen, tap the Menu button to get to the Settings screen. In the Settings menu…Details
One of the most frustrating things about Windows 8 is that the Search and Run boxes seem to have disappeared. They are still there but hidden. To quickly access the Search box just start typing whilst the Start screen is displayed. To quickly display the Run box, hold down the Windows button on the keyboard…Details
Word tables are used to set out lists of information in an easy to read, organised way. There are a number of ways of inserting a table into Word – the Insert Table option, drawing a customised table or converting existing text to a table. Regardless of which method you use the table can be…Details
Formatting tables involves anything from changing the size of columns and rows to applying shading and borders to cells. After a table has been created, the Table Tools toolbar will be displayed automatically whenever you select the table. When formatting a table, remember to select the row, column or cell that you want to format…Details