Mike’s Technical Tip: Quick Way to Reorder Slides in PowerPoint

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Mike’s Technical Tip: Quick Way to Reorder Slides in PowerPoint

Anybody who has used PowerPoint probably needed to reorder their slides at some time, and there’s an easier way to do it than how most people probably try. Read on to learn this time-saving feature.

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Company Social Media “Cover” Photo Sizes (July 2017)

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They’ve gone and done it again… the social media moguls have once again changed their profile formats. LinkedIn is the biggest offender with a complete overhaul. Here’s the latest wrap-up of corporate social media artwork sizes, as of July 2017. We’ve included a FREE template for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter for you to download.

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Mike’s Technical Tip: Using Google Calendar’s Keyboard Shortcuts

I’m a big fan of keyboard shortcuts (as opposed to clicking and mousing all over the place) and Google Calendar is chock-full of shortcuts you should know if you feel the same way. Read on to learn how to enable and use them.

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Mike’s Technical Tip: Let Photoshop Identify Mystery Fonts

A problem just about everybody using a computer has had over time is identifying a font. Many, many years ago you had to either just recognize fonts by eye, or look through an ever-outdated book of font families, hoping to find the one that matches your sample. But if you have the latest version of Photoshop, it can now be done with just a few clicks.

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Mike’s Technical Tip: Creating E-mail Aliases Without Help From IT

There are times when you can’t or don’t want to use your primary email address. Although you can use a personal or free “throw-away” email address, those techniques can be a hassle or unsafe. Plus, if you don’t have any way to access those accounts via your primary email application, it can be a pain. You could talk to your IT people or sysadmin and ask them to create a new email address, set up so you can access it along with your primary one, but there’s a much easier way to do it; it takes no technical knowledge at all; and you can make as many addresses as you want – here’s how.

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