Using Find Time for Meeting Polls

Find Time is a great add-in for Outlook which you can use to arrange meetings with both colleagues and people outside your organisation.  Combining the ability to see availability for colleagues with a poll for people to vote on, the Find Time add-in is designed to stop the to/fro of emails trying to find a … Continue reading Using Find Time for Meeting Polls

Using the Learn Community in the Tech Community

The new Microsoft Learning community in the Tech Community is live along with the new blog. The tech community is quite simple to navigate but I wanted to take this opportunity to share a few tips. Thanks to my fellow MCTs for their help with these too, especially Julian Sharpe, Denise McLaughlin and Rolf McLaughlin. … Continue reading Using the Learn Community in the Tech Community

Using OneNote to learn Maths

  Steps: NOTE - this currently only works in the OneNote app for Windows from the Windows store (not full desktop app) Create equation in your page On the Draw tab, use select or lasso select to highlight your equation then click Maths Under your equation choose Evaluate Under the answer click Show Steps then … Continue reading Using OneNote to learn Maths

Office 2016 Preview – Compare the Ribbon

I've been running Office 2016 for about a week now in my Windows 10 preview and loving them both.  I'd be perfectly happy having these running on my main machine, but have learnt the hard way the previews are best kept to virtual machines. (In case you are wondering about the technical set up I'm … Continue reading Office 2016 Preview – Compare the Ribbon

Devices everywhere

With the best introduction of Word, Excel and PowerPoint for Android and upgrade of Outlook for Mac recently, I thought I'd revisit my multi device world and give you an update. With Office365 spreading wider I'm finding more and more clients want multi platform training and, well to be honest, I like playing with gadgets. … Continue reading Devices everywhere